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ReadWriteWeb DeathWatch: In-House Datacenters

A business' data is still its most important asset, but that doesn't mean that every company needs to spend millions of dollars building and maintaining its own datacenters. The cloud has grown up, and the days of the company-owned-and-operated datacenters are numbered. 

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IT Professionals Need Business Skills

Gone are the days when IT staff could just stick with cold hard IT skills. Business knowledge is now what is required for people that want to have a career in IT, according to Commonwealth Bank CIO Michael Harte.

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Neo4j 1.8 Adds Creation to Cypher Query Language

Neo4j's Cypher language is now capable of creating nodes and relationships, making it easier to explore the capabilities of the graph database...

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Data Retention Will Require Massive Storage Re-Architecture

Storage vendor Hitachi Data Systems has said that whatever data the government may decide to force ISPs to retain, it will require a massive overhaul of storage systems.

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Demystifying IT Security Buzzwords

Cloud security and APTs are some of today's most used industry watchwords, but it is important to understand the terms beyond the hype to better secure companies' data networks.

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Big Data, Analytics as a Service: Likely Boom on Deck

Data outside of corporate firewalls will require aggregators and service providers to package it so it can be used by enterprises. Big data as a service isn't too far behind.

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