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Hyperscale to enterprise Main street  

InsightaaS: Martyn Jackson is a senior solutions architect with Dell’s Enterprise Systems Group and a 10 year Dell veteran. With over 25 years of experience supporting, building and designing IT solutions across a range of industries from sectors as diverse as energy, finance and healthcare, he has developed an interesting perspective from which to share […]

Matryn Jackson, senior solutions architect, Enterprise Systems Group, Dell

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Risky business: location-based intelligence tackles credit management

Change is a constant in the financial world. But over the last decade, the pace and magnitude of change have introduced new imperatives in the management of credit risk. As regulators continue to increase the breadth and depth of regulatory oversight, companies are wrestling to address growing requirements while protecting profitability. Looming over these policy-level […]


The outcomes-based business cloud

InsightaaS: On November 3, InsightaaS Principal Analyst Michael O’Neil is releasing a new book on cloud entitled “The Death of Core Competency: A management guide to the zero-friction future.” The foreword to the book was written by Ash Mathur, VP and Canadian country manager for CenturyLink. It is an excellent intro to the content of […]

Ash Mathur, VP and Canadian country manager, CenturyLink

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Datacenter Dynamics zones in on the GTA 1

There has been a lot of buzz in the Canadian data centre space of late. For its part, InsightaaS media has noted and recently reported on significant investments in infrastructure by large global vendors, the launch of substantial new capacity and the entry of smaller players looking to best the best with state-of-the-art hardware and […]


451 Research: The Green Grid breaks out of the datacenter to explore smart cities and the cloud 1

In the article below, the 451 Group’s European research manager, Andrew Donoghue, offers an interesting take on efforts of The Green Grid to remain relevant in an industry that is fickle in its support of the Next Big Thing. According to Donoghue, the organization built its reputation on “the hype around green IT” but is […]

Andrew Donoghue, European research manager, 451 Group