Comments for pm2net http://www.pm2net.com Big Data, Cloud, Mobility, & Security Tue, 27 Oct 2015 21:55:24 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.11 Comment on Webinar: Today’s Cyber Attacks Call for a New Approach to Security by Carmen Phui http://www.pm2net.com/events/fireeye-webinar/#comment-450 Tue, 27 Oct 2015 21:55:24 +0000 http://pm2net.com/?post_type=event&p=1957#comment-450 Hi, Doug. Yes, we will explain the basics behind FireEye’s MVX technology. See you there!

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Comment on Webinar: Today’s Cyber Attacks Call for a New Approach to Security by Doug Murphy http://www.pm2net.com/events/fireeye-webinar/#comment-449 Tue, 27 Oct 2015 21:51:41 +0000 http://pm2net.com/?post_type=event&p=1957#comment-449 We are looking at implementing FireEye as an additional layer of security. Are their offerings going to be discussed?

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Comment on Consumer product innovation: 3 ways to bring data to all company levels by joel http://www.pm2net.com/consumer-product-innovation-3-ways-to-bring-data-to-all-company-levels/#comment-423 Wed, 02 Sep 2015 13:20:38 +0000 http://pm2net.com/consumer-product-innovation-3-ways-to-bring-data-to-all-company-levels/#comment-423 hi

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Comment on Consolidating and migrating to an in-memory analytics cloud by website http://www.pm2net.com/consolidating-and-migrating-to-an-in-memory-analytics-cloud/#comment-421 Sun, 16 Aug 2015 18:36:49 +0000 http://pm2net.com/consolidating-and-migrating-to-an-in-memory-analytics-cloud/#comment-421 Found your post on Google, the headline caught my eye and it absolutely was a good read.

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Comment on Hadoop in minutes: The power of IBM Bluemix by Debra http://www.pm2net.com/hadoop-in-minutes-the-power-of-ibm-bluemix/#comment-335 Mon, 06 Apr 2015 05:14:33 +0000 http://pm2net.com/hadoop-in-minutes-the-power-of-ibm-bluemix/#comment-335 I have some misgivings about this smhcee as implemented by IBM. The basic problem is one of self-interest: who is going to contribute their best idea, knowing that it will likely be taken away from them by a highly commercial organisation? Many of us could cope with seeing no financial return personally from an idea which might solve one of the world’s problems. But to have no further involvement in the development of the idea, once you’ve chucked it into InnovationJam, seems selfless beyond the capabilities of most people.From the IBM viewpoint, InnovationJam was a logical progression from the two previous jams. Each was held two years apart, and each focussed on internal IBM issues. When the IBM Board voted CEO Palmisano a big pay rise two years ago, the Jam was cited as a major justification for the increase. So from his viewpoint, it’s a simple “Launch another Jam, get another pay rise” logic.Many big companies were invited to contribute to InnovationJam. That alone was an innovation. But very few of their employees contributed, and I suspect several of these companies had worked out before the Jam that they could see some of their best ideas go IBMwards, without financial return, if they didn’t restrain their employees.

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Comment on Big data for social good by Cristiane http://www.pm2net.com/big-data-for-social-good/#comment-310 Mon, 06 Apr 2015 00:19:31 +0000 http://pm2net.com/big-data-for-social-good/#comment-310 Heck yeah this is extlacy what I needed.

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