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Bakers Half Dozen – Episode 7

[embedded content] Episode 7 Show Notes: Introduction with Matt Baker Item 1 – Data network effects are (mostly) BS. Data is rarely a good strategy for defensibility. Item 2 – Goldman Sachs and Data Moats Item 3 – Just because data is frozen, doesn’t mean it’s hard to retrieve. Item 4 – 7 Rs of…

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AWS Security Hub Now Generally Available

I’m a developer, or at least that’s what I tell myself while coming to terms with being a manager. I’m definitely not an infosec expert. I’ve been paged more than once in my career because something I wrote or configured caused a security concern. When systems enable frequent deploys and remove gatekeepers for experimentation, sometimes…

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Formulating a Digital Rescue Plan

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here. Think of this as the data era; a time of deep connectivity driven by technology and powered by unprecedented amounts of data.  We are at a pivotal point in human history where the possibilities are endless, and the implications are huge. The first three industrial revolutions were also pivotal…

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Data Management: Design Principals

In the recent blog “Redefining Data Protection,” Sharad Rastogi discusses unlocking the value of data capital by evolving data protection to that of a leverageable service to help drive business outcomes. In this context, data protection transitions to data management. Sharad describes key aspects of a data management solution, including use of any data source,…

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Growing the Dell EMC partnership with NVIDIA

Dell EMC announces resell of  the NVIDIA DGX-1 deep learning server available to organizations around the world. For years, Dell EMC has worked to bring the power of GPU-accelerated computing to our high-performance computing customers. This is a quest that continues today, with more momentum than ever before. During ISC 2019, Dell EMC announced a…

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