Tag Archives : #AcrossTheNet

The Guardian: Lies, damn pies and obesity statistics – We’re NOT a nation of fatties

InsightaaS: The Guardian is one of the world’s most respected news sources. Founded in 1821, it has stayed relevant by providing in-depth analysis of both local (UK) and global issues.  We last featured content from The Guardian on October 6. Given the richness of perspective found on the web, it’s very unusual for us to feature any source [...]

Datacenter Dynamics: Toronto’s Booming Data Centers are Ripe for Refit

InsightaaS: This is a curious item for InsightaaS’s Across the Net section – it highlights Datacenter Dynamics’ media coverage of a DCD report on the Toronto data center market, with an information and registration link to a Toronto DCD event that is taking place on November 6. Why is this unusual?  Well…the report was written [...]

Vinnie Mirchandani: GE – Give us your Dull, Dirty and Dangerous Data

InsightaaS: Over the past several months, we’ve notices some subtle but interesting shifts in IoT discussions. One has been the increasing use of the term “data lakes” to describe (according to WhatIs.com) are “any large data pool in which the schema  and data requirements are not defined until the data is queried. The other, and more important, [...]

Nicholas Carr: Where am I?

InsightaaS: Regular Across the Net readers are aware of the regard we have for Internet/IT philosopher Nicolas Carr of “IT Doesn’t Matter” fame; we consider his Rough Type blog to be required reading for those (including us!) who are trying to stay current with not just IT developments but their meaning. The post featured today is exemplary [...]