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TechViews: Big Data is clear for take-off, YouTube is married to the Cloud and more!

TechViews: Big Data is clear for take-off, YouTube is married to the Cloud and more!

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DevOps and Putting the Customer First go Hand-in-Hand
By Jason Meserve

In today’s “customer first” world, all businesses are software businesses. That means, in order for companies to ensure a good customer experience, they need to ensure that their software is top notch and humming along without a hic-up. That is why in today’s business world DevOps and putting the customer first go hand-in-hand.

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Big Data

Big Data is on its way up! Airlines are looking to implement Big Data to assists in optimizing operations. This interesting Fortune article discusses why Big Data is clear for take-off.

Cloud

Thanks to the Cloud, viewers are now able to access YouTube via their cable TV set-top boxes. This Gigaom article explores why the Cloud is making YouTube more available and why this is a marriage made in heaven.

Mobility

It is time to embrace Mobile! Don’t be afraid of the new technology. This Drum article shares five key takeaways on the new Mobile technology from Cannes Lions 2014.

DevOps

Operational amplifiers are a lot like force multipliers in that they enable a small number of people to achieve more. This DevOps.com article looks into how DevOps is becoming the operational amplifier.

Big Data

How big is Big Data’s impact? In this thought provoking Information Week article they discuss how ten powerful facts about the rise of Big Data.

Mobility

Mobility is one of the most transformational trends in the modern enterprise. This ReadWrite article talks about the emergence of the third generation enterprise Mobile platform.

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Analyst Report: Software Must Enrich Your Brand

In a recent global study, Vanson Bourne surveyed 1,300 IT leaders to understand their focus on enterprise mobility strategies, including key drivers, investments and quantifiable benefits. The results are revealing and provide valuable insight for any organization who may be considering expanding their focus on mobility and moving beyond BYOD to customer-centric mobile apps. Read the White Paper to gain more insights from those organizations that are achieving success with their Mobility implementations and learn what you should be doing now!

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New TechViews Podcast

The application economy levels the playing field: every company has the opportunity to compete with the latest technology and applications that provide critical services in convenient, new ways for customers. From farmers to professional football teams, software is driving today’s business leaders to reinvent themselves and deliver creative new apps for customers in ways they have yet to imagine. In this episode of the TechViews podcast series, CA Technologies’ Denise Dubie and Jason Meserve discuss the new software reality for today’s businesses of all sizes: the application economy.

About CA

CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) provides IT management solutions that help customers manage and secure complex IT environments to support agile business services. Organizations leverage CA Technologies software and SaaS solutions to accelerate innovation, transform infrastructure and secure data and identities, from the data center to the cloud. www.ca.com

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