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Alison Diana

Managing editor of Enterprise Technology. I've been covering tech and business for many years, for publications such as InformationWeek, Baseline Magazine, and Florida Today. A native Brit and longtime Yankees fan, I live with my husband, daughter, and two cats on the Space Coast in Florida.

Big Data Plays Arresting Role in White Collar Crime

October 1st, 2015 (0)
User-friendly analytics tools with graphical presentation tools plus big data solutions and the ability to more easily search and track fiscal anomalies give financial crime fighters a much stronger arsenal in their ongoing battle against white collar crime. These ...

Data Surveillance: Because “Data is Where the Money Is”

September 30th, 2015 (1)
Infamous felon Willie Sutton robbed his first bank in 1927 and went on to make illegitimate withdrawals of millions of dollars from some dozens of banks over two decades. Sutton preferred deception to fire power, infiltrating security details in a ...

NSCI Increases HPC Privacy & Security Stakes

September 29th, 2015 (0)
As the National Strategic Computer Initiative broadens interest in high performance computing, it is imperative that advocates and adopters recognize increased visibility likely will raise the cybersecurity stakes, cautioned Altair's chief technology officer. After all, as high performance computing ...

Private Cloud Cures Rehab Provider’s Tech Overload

September 29th, 2015 (0)
The Watershed Addiction Treatment Programs gives substance and alcohol abusers the tools they need to recover from once overpowering addictions. Yet the fast-growing treatment center's small IT team did not have the tools it needed to support physicians, psychiatrists, ...

Why Go Out the NSX Limb? That’s Where the Fruit Is

September 28th, 2015 (0)
Gartner identified it as one of the top 10 strategic technology trends to watch in 2015. IDC estimated the market will reach $8 billion by 2018. HP found a 222 percent ROI after fully transitioning to this framework. What do these statistics ...

Larry Smarr: Building the Big Data Superhighway

September 25th, 2015 (1)
Internet pioneer Larry Smarr is now spearheading an initiative to create a high-speed virtual super highway for big data. EnterpriseTech shares the details in a Q&A.

VoltDB Updates In-Memory Operational Database

September 24th, 2015 (0)
By enhancing the familiarity of SQL with capabilities that allow organizations to accelerate development cycles, streaming analytics, and time-to-market, VoltDB hopes to shine a light on enterprises' once "dark data." The company today released Version 5.6 of its in-memory ...

StackStorm Wins Over Netflix with Enterprise Edition

September 23rd, 2015 (0)
At the Cassandra Summit today, StackStorm unveiled an enterprise edition of its event-driven automation software, already in use by Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX). The on-demand provider of video content is using StackStorm Enterprise Edition 1 release candidate for auto-remediation of ...

OPM Breach Impacts 5.6M, Not 1.1M, Fingerprints

September 23rd, 2015 (0)
The Office of Personnel Management disclosed today that 5.6 million fingerprints, not 1.1 million, were stolen when the federal agency was breached in July. At that time, 21.5 million individuals' Social Security numbers and other sensitive data was taken, ...

Chief Processor Architect Exits AMD

September 23rd, 2015 (0)
Jim Keller, former chief architect of microprocessor cores at AMD, left the chip company for the second time last week to pursue other opportunities. Keller was in charge of the company’s next-generation x86 “Zen” cores, which take center stage ...
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