Profile of William TerdoslavichFreelance Writer
Member Since: 11/15/2013
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William Terdoslavich is an experienced writer with a working understanding of business, information technology, airlines, politics, government, and history, having worked at Mobile Computing & Communications, Computer Reseller News, Tour and Travel News, and Computer Systems News. He is returning to computer journalism after a long stint as a book author, book contributor, and stay-at-home father.
Articles by William Terdoslavich
posted in July 2015
Despite a move to cloud and big data analytics, IBM is still suffering through a tough financial time, with revenues still down.
Google is now a member of OpenStack, which means its container management platform called Kubernetes is going to get more exposure.
A report commissioned by NASCIO is urging state CIOs to "do the right thing," but what does that really mean?
IBM is joining forces with National Instruments to create a new test bed for creating standardization around the Internet of Things.
When Yakult, a Japan-based maker of probiotic dairy drinks, put a data analysis tool into the hands of its sales people in The Netherlands, they swapped out stale spreadsheets for stories about how the product was performing in real time.
Amazon Web Services remains the 800-pound gorilla in the Infrastructure-as-a-Service/Platform-as-a-Service marketplace. Announcements at the AWS Summit in New York City added another 100 pounds of substance to the beast.
With the latest release of its Teradata Appliance For Hadoop, the vendor keeps its focus on pre-loaded racks with commodity hardware that are pre-configured with a Hadoop solution and its attendant management applications.