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In an interview with Dr. Tim Rudolph, Air Force Senior Leader for Integrated Information Capabilities, AFLCMC, conducted by Kirk Mardis of C4ISR & Networks, we gain insight into the evolution of Air Force thinking regarding the future of AF-run data centers.

"My goal for the Air Force is to have a "zero data center" footprint...We simply will not have the capacity to operate, maintain and retrofit Air Force datacenters the way that major IT companies can do with greater operational efficiency and cost effectiveness. We must take advantage of private companies' leadership in IT." http://ow.ly/KZvdy

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John Edwards reports that sophisticated big data reporting, analysis, visualization, integration and development tools are essential for turning ever-growing mountains of intelligence data into useful, collaborative information that can be efficiently distributed to parties across the military and intelligence communities in Big data takes a strategic turn at DoD, C4ISR & Networks. Both communities aim to understand how and when to use the information culled from big data.

As the volume of data grows and data sources expand, it becomes increasingly important to look ahead and determine which GOTS, COTS, and open source technologies are going to be most useful. http://ow.ly/KZs63

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The new rules that empower defense agencies to buy cloud services, coupled with a loosening of security restrictions, suggest that the Defense Department might be able to close the cloud gap between DoD and civilian agencies reports Aaron Boyd in "New rules could speed up DoD cloud migration," at FederalTimes. The changes have experts expecting new projects to migrate networks, data and applications to the cloud. The security rule change could allow wider use of public cloud providers. The new guidelines spell out how and where DoD data can reside, setting the stage for how component agencies will purchase cloud services. http://ow.ly/KZtEW

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In Digital Ubiquity: How Connections, Sensors, and Data Are Revolutionizing Business, Marko Iansiti and Karim Lakhani describe how the IoT has enabled GE to shift its value proposition from delivering reliable industrial equipment to enabling new efficiencies through advanced analytics based on the data generated by that equipment.

With the growth of the IoT, the pervasive deployment of digital sensors is extending digitization and connectivity to previously analog tasks, processes, and machine and service operations. Moreover, virtually limitless computing power is available at very low cost through cloud computing (e.g. Microsoft’s Azure and IBM’s Bluemix). http://ow.ly/KZrcJ

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Porter and Hepplemann describe a Third Wave of IT-Driven Competition in their Harvard Business Review article How Smart, Connected Products Are Transforming Competition. Information technology is revolutionizing products as complex systems of hardware, sensors, data storage, microprocessors, software, and connectivity. Building and supporting the technology stack for smart, connected products requires substantial investment and a range of new skills such as software development, systems engineering, data analytics, and online security expertise. http://ow.ly/KZpcU

This is an exciting time to be involved in the information technology business with the Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics, and Semantic Technologies promising to radically reshape time-to-value, competition, and strategy. We believe the success of these transformative initiatives is in-part dependent upon thoughtful application of data management principles (JJR Solution’s core competency).

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Welcome to the inaugural post to JJR Solution’s ‘What We Think’ Blog. We’ll be conducting a broad literature survey and posting highlights of topics that we find of interest to ourselves, and of potential interest to our clients and partners. Our survey spans online and deadwood publications and blogs including Harvard Business Review, AFCEA Signal Magazine, C4ISR & Networks, National Defense Magazine, Bloor Research, Official Google Blog, APICS Magazine, TDWI.org, W3C.org, and TOGAF.org.



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