Karen J. Bannan

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Karen J. Bannan is a freelance writer and editor who has written for a variety of publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time and CIO.

Get Agile: Is your IT Infrastructure Ready?
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Get Agile: Is your IT Infrastructure Ready?


Evolving the IT Culture to Embrace DataOps

Evolving the IT Culture to Embrace DataOps

When companies embrace new processes around DataOps, they become more unified —and innovation soars. Follow these 3 guidelines to ease the necessary cultural shifts.

How to Simplify Management to Improve Storage Performance

How to Simplify Management to Improve Storage Performance

Hitachi Vantara uses automation to increase the speed and agility of VM, storage provisioning, and data migration—in turn freeing up staff to focus on the business.

3 Reasons to Consider NVMe and SCM

3 Reasons to Consider NVMe and SCM

Non-Volatile Memory Express and Storage Class Memory are two of the latest industry technologies – and they promise to improve performance, lowering latency, increasing throughput, bandwidth, and performance predictability

Maximize DataOps ROI With Three Key Technologies

Maximize DataOps ROI With Three Key Technologies

Respondents to a 451 Research study highlight three priorities for investment: analytics and self-service data access, data virtualization and data preparation.

How DataOps Transforms Data Supply Chain Roles

How DataOps Transforms Data Supply Chain Roles

DataOps is upending data management across the enterprise as well as changing processes and people.

3 Ways DataOps Reduces Data Complexity

3 Ways DataOps Reduces Data Complexity

Metadata, automation, and policy-driven control and configuration are key to improving data management and boosting innovation.

Target Acquired: How to Face Growing Cyber Attacks Aimed at the Healthcare Industry

Target Acquired: How to Face Growing Cyber Attacks Aimed at the Healthcare Industry

The stats on healthcare security are sobering. The Identity Threat Resource Center (ITRC) reports 30% of all U.S. data breaches are aimed at healthcare targets.

Process Spec Language for Manufacturing: For Better Control of the Business Process

Computers can’t think for themselves; humans need to tell them exactly what to do and when. In a bid to ...

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