Machine Learning Moves into Pharma Manufacturing

In mid-June, I attended a fascinating conference on statistics for measuring, analyzing, and optimizing the validation process for Good Manufacturing Practices compliance in the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries. The second annual Statistics in Validation summit brought together organizational stakeholders to examine how best to implement FDA … READ MORE

Tom Hi July 11, 2016

One Identity and SonicWALL Enable the Speed of Business

As I speak to CISOs and security teams I’m often reminded of how difficult their jobs are.  They are under tremendous pressure to manage risk while securing their environment, to build security teams with limited budget, to enable new technology and new business opportunities. They are also faced … READ MORE

Timothy Brown June 30, 2016

Fast Walking Wins the Big Data Race

We all know the saying: “learn to walk before you run,” as it’s applicable to so many things in everyday life. This sage advice is equally relevant in the business world. Over the years, I’ve been in countless meetings where the project lead advises this approach when rolling … READ MORE

Joanna Schloss June 7, 2016

Protecting IoT Data Should Be a Top Priority

Several weeks ago, I had a déjà vu moment when daughters #2 and #3 decided to follow their older sisters’ footsteps and attend out-of-state colleges in the fall. On one hand, I was proud of their accomplishments and independent spirit. On the other, I was saddened to learn … READ MORE

Michael G May 24, 2016

Making the Move to Multiple Clouds

Last month’s GCP Next 2016 conference for Google Cloud Platform users reinforced the company’s intent to become a major cloud platform player sooner than later. Google has made it clear that it intends to join the likes of Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure as leaders in public cloud. … READ MORE

Brett Roscoe May 23, 2016

We Need to Re-think our Approach to IT Security

Despite the dramatic increase in IT security spending over the last decade, we continue to see a similar increase in the number and the cost of IT security breaches. Consider that Gartner estimates that IT security spending will soar from $75 billion-plus in 2015 to $101 billion in … READ MORE

Bill Odell May 2, 2016
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