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Chuck Hollis
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Technologist, blogger, marketeer, father, husband, musician
Technologist, blogger, marketeer, father, husband, musician

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And I love the work Dave McCrory is doing on exploring notions of data gravity ...

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Quantum entanglement research takes another small step forward.

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There are no shortage of IT organizations that are going through a big transformation, but it's not everyone.  In this post, I share what I've learned about how to identify between those that are, and those that aren't.

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Enterprise mobility is turning out to be a far bigger and more interesting topic than simply re-platforming your desktop world on mobile devies.  This topic shows every sign of being a huge one for the enterprise IT crowd in 2013 and beyond.

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Context is everything for me.  Facts by themselves aren't that interesting -- unless they're woven into a broader tapestry.  

Here is that thought writ large: a quick history of humankind from an informationist's perspective.

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I am fascinated by industries in transition, and healthcare in the US is a really big industry going through a really big transition.  I used this post to hammer out my personal talk-track around what's going on, and what it means for CIOs in the healthcare provider space.

Note: this is not a quick read.

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I enjoy tracking what some of EMC's competitors are doing in key areas of technology.  NetApp was making a bunch of noise around a new version of  their software, and I decided to dig in a bit deeper.

The post turned out to be amazingly popular.  Even though I was subject to withering personal criticism by the fanbois crowd, no one ever came back and even hinted that anything here was incorrect in the least.

There's more gory detail behind this if you're interested, but I think I shared enough that most tech professionals will be armed to ask the right questions.

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One of the less-glamorous -- but ultimately important -- announcements from our friends at VMware

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Practical advice for the CIO who "gets" the big data analytics thing, and is figuring out what to do about it.

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We discover a new tool, and it takes some time to wrap our heads around what it does.  Big data analytics is no exception.
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