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Jill Tummler Singer

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Federal records management is an increasingly complex undertaking in the era of big data. Three principles are needed for success in records management: capture on creation; manage and secure through the workflow; and archive responsibly.
"The need to capture and manage Big Data is daunting, but not as daunting as the need to understand and analyze all you’ve captured," says Jill T. Singer, CIO of the National Reconnaissance Office and an upcoming speaker at 12th Cloud Expo | Cloud Expo New York. "2013 will see increase...
Cloud Computing provides the technology foundation to capitalize on Big Data for corporate success. The flexible infrastructure offered through Cloud Computing--combined with increased storage and processing power of new technologies in the Cloud—provide the rich, agile compute platfo...
The term cloud computing was first coined in 2007. Enterprise Cloud Computing seems to have emerged as a term in 2009. It’s now 2012 and many are trying to ride the wave of Enterprise cloud computing or private cloud into the future. In a short four years, we’ve seen this phenomena of ...
Security remains the number one obstacle to adoption of cloud computing for businesses and federal agencies. Regardless of the deployment model selected--private, public, community, or hybrid—conquering security concerns is required for cloud computing to achieve its full potential as...
In October 2009, Enterprise Cloud Computing was considered bleeding edge technology by many but there was something that seemed different about its value potential and adoption rate. For CIOs, it seemed a chance to provision affordable infrastructure quickly, alleviating delays to miss...
What is enterprise cloud computing? Simply stated, it’s a behind-the-firewalls use of commercial, Internet-based cloud technologies specifically focused on one company’s or one business environment’s computing needs. Enterprise cloud computing is a controlled, internal place that offe...