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Brien Posey
Brien Posey, Freelance Writer and Former CIO
1/14/2014 -
Could Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems already be obsolete? At first blush, the question sounds absolutely ridiculous. After all, the vast majority of healthcare organizations have ...
David Wagner
David Wagner, Managing Editor
12/24/2013 -
To make all those toy deliveries, Santa must have a heck of a CIO. You figure he's got to have an incredible supply chain management system, ERP, CRM, and a heck of a lot of storage, not ...
Paul Ferrill
Paul Ferrill, CTO, Avionics Test and Analysis Corp
10/21/2013 -
Microsoft's Windows Azure Backup (WAB) cloud offering reached general availability (GA) status on October 15, just a few days before the final release of a bevy of new product releases, ...
Jim O'Reilly
Jim O'Reilly, Consultant
10/2/2013 -
The Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (RAID) has been the mainstay of data integrity protection since the early 90s. The idea is to create enough redundant information from blocks of ...
Andrew Froehlich
Andrew Froehlich, Network Engineer & IT Consultant
10/2/2013 -
Most enterprise IT infrastructures these days consist of a patchwork of equipment from a variety of different manufacturers, but it might be time to change that.
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David Wagner
Friday May 10, 2013 11:21:02 AM
Hi all
Thursday April 11, 2013 8:33:31 AM
Morning all!
Wednesday April 10, 2013 5:02:44 PM
Amazing insight
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:48:04 PM
Thanks.
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:47:58 PM
thanks for the great presentation and all the information i learned. have a great day.
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:44:50 PM
Thank you
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:40:58 PM
Thank you!
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:32:55 PM
take care all!!
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:28:22 PM
if everyone liked the show :)
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:25:38 PM
why only few likes on Facebook 
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:24:09 PM
Amazing insight
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:23:06 PM
@rich-You need to take a break and have some a nice cuppa coffee!
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:22:09 PM
Rich, lol
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:17:23 PM
Darn you, eethtworkz, you are the last poster!
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:16:54 PM
@rich-lol!!! Its not a partial URL,its the full thing! and its awesome!!!
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:16:35 PM
(This is where I sneak away.)
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:16:14 PM
Thanks, everyone, for being part of a great show -- we'll look forward to seeing everyone in conversation around our articles, and at the next E2 Radio show...
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:15:55 PM
I keep thinking of Batman when I see the word Batye. What does Batye mean?
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:15:29 PM
thanks!
Wednesday April 10, 2013 3:14:49 PM
Eethtworks, thanks for the Blackberry versus iPhone partial URL, but I still own and use a rotary phone.
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Tom Nolle
How Deep Is My Storage Hierarchy?

7|3|12   |   2:13   |   5 comments


At the GigaOM Structure conference, a startup announced a cloud and virtualization storage optimizing approach that shows there's still a lot of thinking to be done on the way storage joins the virtual world.
E2 Interview
What Other Industries Can Learn From Financial Services

6|13|12   |   02:08   |   3 comments


We asked CIO Steve Rubinow what CIOs in other industries can learn from the financial services industry about datacenter efficiency, security, and green computing.
E2 Interview
Removing Big-Data Flow Bottlenecks

6|12|12   |   02:55   |   No comments


We ask CIO Steve Rubinow what pieces of financial services infrastructure need to perform better to get traders info faster.
E2 Interview
Getting Traders the Data They Need

6|11|12   |   02:04   |   1 comment


We ask CIO Steve Rubinow: What do stock market traders need to know, how fast do they need it, and how can CIOs get it to them?
E2 Interview
Can IT Help Fix the Global Economy?

6|8|12   |   02:32   |   2 comments


We ask CIO Steve Rubinow whether today's IT can help repair the global economy (and if IT played any role in the economy's collapse).
E2 Interview
More Competitive Business via Datacenter Strategy

5|4|12   |   2:46   |   1 comment


Businesses need to be competitive, yet efficient, and both goals affect datacenter design.
E2 Interview
The Recipe for Greater Efficiency

5|3|12   |   3:14   |   2 comments


Intel supplies the best ingredients to drive greater datacenter efficiency and support new compute, storage, and networking needs.
E2 Interview
Datacenters Enabling Business Transformation

5|1|12   |   06:37   |   1 comment


Dell’s Gaurav Chand says that for the first time ever datacenter technology is truly enabling all kinds of organizations to transform their business and achieve new objectives.
Tom Nolle
Cloud Data: Big AND Persistent!

3|28|12   |   2:11   |   10 comments


We always hear about "Big" data, but a real issue in cloud storage is not just bigness but also persistence. A large data model is less complicated than a big application repository that somehow needs to be accessed. The Hadoop send-program-to-data model may be the answer.
Tom Nolle
Project Lightning Streamlines Storage

2|16|12   |   2:09   |   2 comments


EMC's Project Lightning has matured into a product set, and it's important, less because it has new features or capabilities in storage technology and management, than because it may package the state of the art in a way more businesses can deploy.
Tom Nolle
Big Data Appliance Is Big News

1|12|12   |   2:18   |   No comments


Oracle's release of a Hadoop appliance for Big Data may be a signal that we're shifting to database appliances.
Tom Nolle
Myopia Can Hurt Storage Policy

12|22|11   |   2:08   |   No comments


We're at the beginning of a cloud-driven revolution in storage, but Oracle's quarter shows that enterprises are hunkering down on old concepts because they're afraid of the costs in the near term.
Sara Peters
An Untrained User & a Mobile Medical Device

12|19|11   |   2:43   |   11 comments


Untrained end users, clueless central IT staff, and expensive mobile devices are a worrisome combination for healthcare CIOs.
Tom Nolle
Too Many Labels on 'Big Data'?

12|9|11   |   2:12   |   3 comments


However you label it, structured and unstructured information are different and will likely always require different tools.
Sara Peters
E2 Debuts New Storage Section

12|8|11   |   1:51   |   1 comment


Need strategic guidance on everything from SSDs to 100 percent virtualized datacenters? Look no further.
Sara Peters
Rural Areas Still Short on Internet Infrastructure

12|5|11   |   2:02   |   10 comments


The UK is investing more in super-fast broadband infrastructure in urban areas -- but under-served rural areas will continue to suffer from inadequate Internet infrastructure.
Tom Nolle
How Deep Is My Storage Hierarchy?

7|3|12   |   2:13   |   5 comments


At the GigaOM Structure conference, a startup announced a cloud and virtualization storage optimizing approach that shows there's still a lot of thinking to be done on the way storage joins the virtual world.
E2 Interview
What Other Industries Can Learn From Financial Services

6|13|12   |   02:08   |   3 comments


We asked CIO Steve Rubinow what CIOs in other industries can learn from the financial services industry about datacenter efficiency, security, and green computing.
E2 Interview
Removing Big-Data Flow Bottlenecks

6|12|12   |   02:55   |   No comments


We ask CIO Steve Rubinow what pieces of financial services infrastructure need to perform better to get traders info faster.
E2 Interview
Getting Traders the Data They Need

6|11|12   |   02:04   |   1 comment


We ask CIO Steve Rubinow: What do stock market traders need to know, how fast do they need it, and how can CIOs get it to them?
E2 Interview
Can IT Help Fix the Global Economy?

6|8|12   |   02:32   |   2 comments


We ask CIO Steve Rubinow whether today's IT can help repair the global economy (and if IT played any role in the economy's collapse).
E2 Interview
More Competitive Business via Datacenter Strategy

5|4|12   |   2:46   |   1 comment


Businesses need to be competitive, yet efficient, and both goals affect datacenter design.
E2 Interview
The Recipe for Greater Efficiency

5|3|12   |   3:14   |   2 comments


Intel supplies the best ingredients to drive greater datacenter efficiency and support new compute, storage, and networking needs.
E2 Interview
Datacenters Enabling Business Transformation

5|1|12   |   06:37   |   1 comment


Dell’s Gaurav Chand says that for the first time ever datacenter technology is truly enabling all kinds of organizations to transform their business and achieve new objectives.
Tom Nolle
Cloud Data: Big AND Persistent!

3|28|12   |   2:11   |   10 comments


We always hear about "Big" data, but a real issue in cloud storage is not just bigness but also persistence. A large data model is less complicated than a big application repository that somehow needs to be accessed. The Hadoop send-program-to-data model may be the answer.
Tom Nolle
Project Lightning Streamlines Storage

2|16|12   |   2:09   |   2 comments


EMC's Project Lightning has matured into a product set, and it's important, less because it has new features or capabilities in storage technology and management, than because it may package the state of the art in a way more businesses can deploy.
Tom Nolle
Big Data Appliance Is Big News

1|12|12   |   2:18   |   No comments


Oracle's release of a Hadoop appliance for Big Data may be a signal that we're shifting to database appliances.
Tom Nolle
Myopia Can Hurt Storage Policy

12|22|11   |   2:08   |   No comments


We're at the beginning of a cloud-driven revolution in storage, but Oracle's quarter shows that enterprises are hunkering down on old concepts because they're afraid of the costs in the near term.
Sara Peters
An Untrained User & a Mobile Medical Device

12|19|11   |   2:43   |   11 comments


Untrained end users, clueless central IT staff, and expensive mobile devices are a worrisome combination for healthcare CIOs.
Tom Nolle
Too Many Labels on 'Big Data'?

12|9|11   |   2:12   |   3 comments


However you label it, structured and unstructured information are different and will likely always require different tools.
Sara Peters
E2 Debuts New Storage Section

12|8|11   |   1:51   |   1 comment


Need strategic guidance on everything from SSDs to 100 percent virtualized datacenters? Look no further.