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19 Feb 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [60548]
Vol 228 Issues 1, 2; Vol 227 Issue 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 226 Issues 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Best Data Storage Products 2016: Products Of The Year
  • Deloitte Outlines Its 7 Big Tech Trends For 2017 And Beyond
  • Artificial Intuition Will Supersede Artificial Intelligence, Experts Say
  • Building The Predictive Enterprise: What CIOs Should Tell CEOs About A.I.
  • Lessons Learned From Data Center Outages, But Still A Long Trip Ahead
  • Here's How Evernote Moved 3 Petabytes Of Data To Google's Cloud
  • Disaster Recovery In The Cloud: Key Considerations
  • Data Breaches Affect All Parts Of Business, Verizon Report Shows
  • Why The Hottest Technology Job This Year May Be Scrum Master
  • The Future Isn't Cloud. It's Multi-Cloud

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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19 Feb 2017 Lessons Learned From Data Center Outages, But Still A Long Trip Ahead [60572]
Search Data Center, February 10th, 2017

"The hits keep on coming for the airline industry, with several more IT outages that have stranded angry passengers in recent months. Are there any new lessons for IT pros?" asks Robert Gates in Search Data Center.

"Progress has started to emerge after a series of data center outages and other IT-related troubles during the past year that caused a turbulent ride for airline passengers.

The recovery time for Delta Air Lines Inc.'s outage at the end of January was shorter than the one last year, said Mark Thomas Jaggers, a research director at analyst firm Gartner who focuses on disaster recovery (DR) and IT resilience..."
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19 Feb 2017 The IoT Explosion Is Upon Us - What's Holding CIOs Back? [60559]
Search CIO, February 10th, 2017

Brian Holak writes in Search CIO, "The IoT explosion is certain, CIO reservations and ill-fated use cases notwithstanding. So says new research from Gartner, HCL. Also: Microsoft launches IP protection program...

A population explosion is underway -- but not of the human sort. We're talking things, as in the internet of things, aka the computing devices that have the ability to transmit data wirelessly.

According to a Gartner report released this week, this will be the year in which the number of connected things surpasses the number of people on the planet..."
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16 Feb 2017 Microsoft breaks through in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms [60701]
By Kamal Hathi - General Manager, Microsoft Power BI

Kamal writes, "I'm thrilled to share that for the second year in a row, Microsoft has been positioned furthest to the right for completeness of vision within the Leaders quadrant of Gartner's 2017 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms - the 10th consecutive year Microsoft has been positioned as a leader. We're humbled by this recognition for the innovation we've delivered with Microsoft Power BI in the past year, including significant growth in both the vision axis and execution axis since the 2016 report..."
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16 Feb 2017 Why Reinvent Deduplication? Isn't Cloud Storage Cheap? [60638]
devops.com, February 16th, 2017

"Most people assume cloud storage is cheaper than on-premises storage. After all, why wouldn't they? You can rent object storage for $276 per terabyte per year or less, depending on your performance and access requirements. Enterprise storage costs between $2,500 to $4,000 per terabyte per year, according to analysts at Gartner and ESG.

This comparison makes sense for primary data, but what happens when you make backups or copies of data for other reasons in the cloud? Imagine that an enterprise needs to retain three years of monthly backups of a 100TB data set. In the cloud, this can be easily equate to 3.6PB of raw backup data, or a monthly bill of more than $83,000. That's about $1 million a year, even before factoring in and data access or retrieval charges..."
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