September 2016  |   David Richards, Computer Business Review

Not all dinosaurs are extinct: IBM's reinvention

Time has been running out for legacy tech businesses like IBM. Few clients today are willing to pay for the inconvenience of physical technology on their premises given there is no longer any need to devote office space to servers. This new reality has been reflected in IBM’s declining revenues...
September 2016  |   David Richards, ITProPortal

Why Active Data Replication™ is vital to the Internet of Things

The advent of the Internet of Things [IoT], in which everyday objects have network connectivity allowing them to send and receive data, means we are witnessing the explosion of a network that is growing at an incredible pace.
September 2016  |   David Richards, Network World

The 8 fallacies of distributed computing are becoming irrelevant

In 1969, the U.S. Department of Defense created ARPANET, the precursor to today’s internet. Around the same time, the SWIFT protocol used for money transfers was also established. These are both early examples of distributed systems: a collection of independent computers that appear to users as a...
July 2016  |   David Richards, Cloud Tech News

What the Brexit vote will mean for data sovereignty

The only certainty about Brexit, the UK’s departure from the European Union, is that it is going to create uncertainty in terms of data sovereignty, particularly in the field of cloud computing. Data sovereignty refers to data being held in a country in adherence to the laws of that state. That is...
July 2016  |   David Richards, Network World

The democratization of data in the cloud

Data democratization puts crucial business information into the hands of those who need it the most.  “Data is the new oil, the new natural resource of our time” is something I have often said. Yet this is misleading. Having a lot of data sitting around is, in fact, worthless. The real value...
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