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How to Maximize Your IT Budget

In today’s business environment, many enterprises are looking for ways to maximize the productivity of their IT organizations, even while their budgets are being constrained or cut. There are many ways that IT executives are trying to achieve this including: Shifting expenditure from CAPEX to OPEX budgets by leveraging Software as a Service (SaaS), cloud […]

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Mobile Cloud vs. Cloud Computing – What’s the Difference?

In today’s tech speak, the terms “mobile cloud” and “cloud computing” seem to be used interchangeably. As a result, the meanings are often confused, and their actual functionality jumbled. What does the mobile cloud have to do with cloud computing? Are they the same thing, just worded differently? Is mobile just one piece of the […]

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six trends for marketers and communicators in 2012

Six Trends for Marketers & Communicators in 2012

As we close out 2011, many people look back and reflect upon accomplishments, failures and possibly the projects that just never got started.  I do all of that and also spend time looking at predictions for the next year or so. I try to distill these predictions into the few things that will impact marketing […]

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Neustar’s Rodney Joffe To Discuss Security and Privacy Challenges in the Cloud Era At HTS 2010

Neustar is a silver sponsor of the Tier1 Hosting Transformation Summit 2010 in Las Vegas on September 13-15. Neustar’s SVP and Senior Technologist Rodney Joffe will be participating in a panel discussion with Andy Ellis, senior director of information security and chief security architect at Akamai Technologies; David Snead, attorney at W. David Snead, P.C.; and Jon Greaves, vice president and chief technology officer at Carpathia Hosting to discuss the real…

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Velocity Conference 2010: Wrap-Up

If there is any question whether web performance and web operations is hot, you need only look at the attendance and interest in this year’s O’Reilly Velocity conference. We’re told that the total attendance topped 1,200 — which is more than both previous years combined. In its third year, Velocity is quickly becoming a must for any web-based company. Below, I will attempt to summarize the general themes from this year’s conference, and point out the most important trends/tools/news….

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Clouds May Rain, But “The Cloud” Reigns

Cloud computing is now well-established. In a nutshell, it allows you to treat computing power like electricity: you do not need to own the infrastructure, you pay only for what you use, and you use only as much as you need whenever you need it.Neustar has specific interests in the intersection between “the cloud,” telecoms and enterprises. In my opinion, a great opportunity exists for a trusted private cloud for carriers. “Wait a minute,” I can almost hear you shout, “aren’t carriers very…

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