As organizations embrace newer, better technologies, the older applications have a tendency to pile up in the corner of the data center. This inefficiency is made worse as companies are acquired and transitioned onto the company standard applications. Eventually, they become costly to manage due to support fees for both software and hardware, data center charges, labor costs for application maintenance and backups, and labor costs for application support. However, the data contained within these inactive applications is still very important, so it must be stored somewhere.
We live in an increasingly information-saturated, plugged-in world. As business leaders, it is important to be able to cut through the noise and have a good system in place to decide who to listen to and who to tune out.
Harsh Naidu, Chief Business Officer – Banking and Financial Services, L&T Infotech talked about the future of Data-driven Banking at a recent Solix EMPOWER event. Watch the short clip here to learn how toolsets are driving cloud adoption for banks.
Oracle Cloud Architect Faisal Rajib discusses the future of AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning at a recent Solix EMPOWER event. For more Solix EMPOWER content, be sure to visit https://empower.solix.com/ and signup for our mailing list here on the blog to receive the latest content.
Ranjan Lall, Managing Director at Deloitte Consulting shares insight on the future of order-to-cash and finance operations during a recent SolixEMPOWER panel discussion.
For many across the country, today marks the one-month anniversary of an unprecedented lockdown of the American economy. Many of you are now working from home, attempting to collaborate and operate as best you can. Safeguarding the health and well-being of our employees, customers, and their families is the top priority for every business around the globe. The impact on […]
In this week’s video, Solix’s John Ottman discusses the role of cloud computing in data management—past, present, and future—with technology experts Sanjiv Kumar (Freddie Mac), Keith Angell (Previously Velocity Technology Solutions), and Paul Maher (Microsoft).
How is the non-profit sector leveraging the “ABCs” of data to transform giving platforms?
Since the widespread adoption of the internet and cloud computing, data growth has exploded: today every 60 seconds, at least 160 million emails are sent around the world, and 1,820 Terabytes of data is created.
Data lakes are everywhere now that cloud services make it so easy to launch one – but they can quickly turn into data swamps.