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Thinking analytics? Think cloud.

Data analytics brings fast returns for many midsized companies—there’s even greater potential for gain when coupled with cloud computing. In an interview, an IBM leader for cloud gives his perspective on data analytics in the cloud.

 

From game show to game-changer

In recent decades, technology was developed and used by businesses looking for decision support, but it was only in the last few years that a revolution in the technology was televised ushering in a new age of analytics.

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Five actions of a risk aware organization

The IBM Cyber Security Intelligence Index shows an increase in detected security events and headlines blare news about the latest data breach, but risk aware organizations are getting out in front of the threats. Kris Lovejoy, IBM General Manager of Security Services, describes five actions companies can take now to improve their security posture.

The top three cloud security concerns

Does handing over control of applications and data in a cloud environment mean opening your company to security exposures? Christina Richmond, IDC Program Director for Security Services, offers insights in how to mitigate the top three cloud security concerns.


The top five reasons to consider the cloud.

The cloud is leveling the playing field for midsized businesses “like we’ve never seen in modern history,” says the IBM General Manager for midmarket. Find out why, as he reveals the top five reasons SMB organizations should consider the cloud now.

What data are you willing to lose?

While the volume of data is exploding, and midsized companies are uncovering insights in data analytics, many businesses are not taking steps to protect this most valuable of assets: 32 percent have lost files forever. RJ Nichols from Tech Data talks about what you can do to be safe.