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TechViews: The Role of Big Data in The Simpsons, Botnets and the Risk to Clouds, and more!

TechViews: The Role of Big Data in The Simpsons, Botnets and the Risk to Clouds, and more!

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Get ready for the BYOID balancing act
By Robert L. Scheier

Bring Your Own Identity (BYOID) allows customers to use a digital identity from a trusted third party to log into websites without having to register and create another new account. This practice has strong appeal for both customers looking for a convenient experience and companies interested in drawing market insights and ensuring security.

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Big Data

The Atlantic breaks down how the all new Simpsons World will use Big Data to offer all 552-episodes, sort by themes, and more. As Homer would say, Mmmm, delicious delicious data.

Cloud

Researchers found that hacking seemingly secure clouds is not as difficult as we might suspect. This Wired article exposes the risk to cloud computing that botnets could pose.

Mobility

How many mobile apps do you use per month? This Wall Street Journal article reveals the number is thirty or less.

DevOps

The goal of DevOps to maximize the predictability, efficiency, security and maintainability of operational processes. This eWEEK article explains why DevOps is becoming a pivotal factor in new data centers.

Big Data

Big Data plays a bigger role in organ transplants than you may have guessed. This Mashable article provides in an interesting look into the algorithms used on the organ transplant waitlist.

Mobility

The Economist expects that by 2017, 30% of online travel-bookings by value will be made on mobiles. Despite that statistic, this Economist article details the user frustrations of poorly developed travel mobile apps.

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TechInsights Report: The Changing Role of IT and What To Do About It

In a recent global study, Vanson Bourne surveyed 1,300 IT leaders to find out how the role of IT is perceived today and how it will be changing in the years to come, the impact of the growing independence of other departments to obtain IT services and apps outside the control of IT, and what successful IT leaders are doing to make sure IT remains relevant and is positioned as a driver of innovation for their organization.

Read the White Paper to gain more insights from you peers, and get valuable advice on the key steps you should be taking now to re-position the role of IT and increase its value to the business.

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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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