Enterprise -> Technology
IT operations modernization helps energy powerhouse Exelon acquire businesses
This next BriefingsDirect IT innovation discussion examines how Exelon Corporation, based in Chicago, employs technology and process improvements to not only optimize their IT operations but also to both help manage mergers and acquisitions
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 26th March 2015
Just like applications, databases and other IT constructs industry analysts tend to be siloed. The bigger the company the more this happens: you tend to have specialists with a narrow focus. In...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 23rd March 2015
Axeda's machine cloud produces on-demand IoT analysis services
Axeda, based in Foxboro, Mass., has created a machine-to-machine capability for analysis -- in other words, an Axeda Machine Cloud for the Internet of Things.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 23rd March 2015
Redundant array of inexpensive 'things'
The 'smart' part of the Internet of Things does not have to be a clever gadget at the edge, but could be the way that many 'dumb' devices and their data are connected.
Rob Bamforth, Quocirca | 20th March 2015
Health Shared Services BC harnesses a healthcare ecosystem using IT asset management
Health Shared Services BC in Vancouver implemented one of the healthcare industry's first Service Asset and Configuration Management Systems to help them optimize performance of their IT systems and applications.
Dana Gardner, Interarbor Solutions | 18th March 2015
The software game - Perforce's new Helix Platform
The development of software games requires support from software configuration management (SCM) tools that includes multi-media content as well as source code. Perforce Software's new Helix addresses the issue.
Bob Tarzey, Quocirca | 17th March 2015
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