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Big Data: A Game Changer In The Retail Industry

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Ever wondered how some companies manage to market their products so effectively that the moment they are launched in the market, they are sold out within minutes since launch while there are others that fail to make an impression and generate interest completely? That despite the lower prices and possibly better features, they fail to generate the same hype and sales to be considered a success in the market?

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The Internet Of Things And What You Don’t Know

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Can you imagine a world without the internet or our smart devices? Think about it – how would we stay connected and interact with multiple people at one time? But we are not the only ones who are “connected” – the use of smart technology has, it seems, taken over the devices in and outside our homes as well.

Think about it, with the increase in cloud computing leading to a spike in machine-to-machine communication, we are seeing this technology implanted in almost everything today!

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The Future of Networking is in The Cloud

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With cloud technology taking over various industries, it comes as no surprise that more than 60% of the spending of the IT sector will be directed towards cloud-based services in the coming years. Although it has been a somewhat gradual process, but the shift towards cloud has already begun with a lot of companies offering cloud-based services and applications.

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LTO 5 Tapes- Resolving Data Recovery and Storage Issues

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LTO has been regarded as most cheaper way to store larger data keeping in mind energy efficiency. LTO-5 tape needs shockingly less energy than other disks of similar capacity. Circulating disk always requires consistent power and cooling supply which could be far more expansive. Tape needs far less energy for writing and reading data and virtually none for cartridge.

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