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Mobility Matters

Your Best Conduit to Customer Satisfaction

by Stephen Nardone | 12.22.16

Would you be more upset if you left home without your wallet, or without your smartphone?

According to a JP Morgan Chase survey, two out of five U.S. consumers would leave their physical wallets at home if they used a digital wallet. Moreover, says the banking giant, the mobile phone has become the most prized possession of consumers.

Tags:CloudConnectionCRMDigital TransformationForrester ResearchIBMITMobile devicesMobility PracticeSmartphoneTechnology

Satisfying Your Customers

3 Things Retailers Need to Know About Networking Technology

by Jennifer Ramstrom | 12.20.16

The retail industry is undergoing a rapid transformation as stores are being forced to evolve into “brick-and-click” operations that meet the demands of today’s mobile phone-wielding customers, make the most of their physical location and the internet, and embrace the networking technologies that best-fit their operations. The retailers that survive these far-reaching business challenges are the ones that can learn to adapt to these quickly changing times.

Without further ado, here are three of today’s most important networking technologies that retailers should consider adding to their digital toolkit, if they haven’t already.

Tags:CiscoConnectionIBMInternet of ThingsITNetworkingRetail IndustryRFIDWi-Fi

Big Data

Storing Big Data

It's key to ensure that big data is stored economically so it can yield optimal benefits in predictive analytics projects.

by Eric Bruno | 07.31.14

Most people associate big data with the need to store vast amounts of data, and they’re correct. However, big data can also be thought of as data in motion. All of your valuable data doesn’t do you much good if it’s just sitting there on a drive. Instead, you need regular, efficient access to it in order to analyze it as you capture it. And you need access on demand at a later time. Big data also needs to be fast data. How can you achieve this? Modernization!

Tags:Big DataDASHyperscaleIBMModernizationNASStorage

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