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This is a confusing term. And, to complicate it further, it’s changing quite a lot. Originally you have Public, Private and Hybrid clouds. Hybrid clouds were those that spanned private and public environments. Essentially, the scale out scenario or cloud burst scenario was often used to describe peak load expansion… Read More →
We’re undergoing a revolution in healthcare that started with the American Recovery Act in 2009. Good things can come from bad things, and near economic collapse gave us a reason to invest. The Act funded the switchover from paper to digital record-keeping and amazingly, there was quite a bit of resistance… Read More →
This week there have been two reports released. One from Ofcom (independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries), which has reported that the UK’s mobile users are consuming more data on their phones and tablets than any other leading nation for the first time. A second from the… Read More →
The light bulb just went off in your head and you thought of an idea. Many people trying to think of an idea can relate to the “light bulb moment.” Ideas are born every day which become timeless throughout history. Everyone knows the story of Benjamin Franklin’s idea to… Read More →
I just got off with the phone with a customer discussing how TIBCO Silver® Fabric could impact their environment. The discussion started like most, where there was interest in cloud enabling their operations. They stated the reason they were looking at cloud computing was because they are under continued pressures to… Read More →
Orville and Wilbur Wright are credited with developing and building the first successful airplane. While they were not the first to build and fly an experimental aircraft, in 1903 they were the first to innovate the revolutionary concept of fixed-wing flight. Based on this fundamental shift in essential airplane… Read More →
New York- based TIBCO co-worker Mark Elder shares his story: In a matter of days, we saw buildings under water, houses contaminated by overflowing sewers, ground floors that needed to be sterilized, heaters that needed to be replaced, people without power and temperatures that were dropping. It wasn’t just on… Read More →