In late 2016, Forrester forecast that automation and security services would be used increasingly to meet a shortage of tech talent, that greater than half a million IoT devices would be hacked, that compromises of healthcare systems would become as extensive and prevalent as previous ones within retail, and that a significant IT security breach… Read more »
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<<< Go to Part 1 Security and privacy will be even more important. If you are in a compliant industry such as healthcare, you may hear the words Security and Privacy so much that your eyes start to roll back in your head when you hear them. There is good reason for that… Read more »
During 2017, there will be 8.4 billion objects connected to the internet. That’s a 31% rise over 2016 numbers, and this figure is still headed north – with Gartner predicting there will be 20.4 billion IoT devices by 2020. The cost of connected devices and services will be $2 trillion this year – with 63%… Read more »
Over the past few years, cloud computing has become an increasingly central topic in discussions of top IT trends and concerns. The technology was one of the main points of focus of the Forrester report “2017 Predictions: Dynamics That Will Shape The Future In The Age Of The Customer.” Forrester’s discussion notes that while… Read more »
Does database access seems to slow down at different times? The optimization of a database table (or tables) can greatly reduce the time needed to access information. Think of it like a file cabinet. If everything is thrown in there, it’s harder to find things. So lets organize the file system and optimize the database…. Read more »
Linux tip of the day: When using “free -m” in a shell, -/+ buffers/cache is actual memory use.