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Cloud Transition according to the MapReduce principle

The MapReduce principle was devised to allow computers to rapidly process large quantities of data by splitting a task into subtasks and letting those subtasks perform the work simultaneously. It’s a bit like a dinner, where it is quicker and healthier to distribute the food over several plates and share them with lots of guests.

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Security

"Cybersecurity: Rather be blown up?"

Being involved with cybersecurity is sometimes just like working for the police: you know what you’re doing is useful and important, but you can feel completely unappreciated. No matter how often you insist that we’re all acting dangerously, people make you feel that you should simply stop complaining so much. Until something goes wrong, that is, and you have to clean up the mess.

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Solvinity

Sticking your neck out: Solvinity as a giraffe

The giraffe is a metaphor for what we do. Solvinity’s strength is that we are genuinely interested in the world around us. Each of our clients receives equal attention and every year, we ask them for feedback so we can continuously improve ourselves.

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From the blog

SaaS: Fast Food vs. Haute Cuisine

Do you enjoy the occasional croquette? One of those hot ones out of a Febo vending machine? Naughty, but nice... Unfortunately, it’s almost a thing of the past. Even McDonald's now sells salads and even includes cherry tomatoes in its Happy Meals.

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The CIA is making a mess of IT (again)!

Films are fiction. At least that’s what we’re always led to believe. But the hacking methods which are being used in Hollywood are slowly coming closer and closer to reality. Ever more series and films are focusing on events in the digital world, partly because it's just incredibly exciting what’s happening here. Just look at things like Wikileaks and Snowden. But is Hollywood action really realis...

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From the blog

Security: what are you waiting for?

Trying to explain to a business manager why IT security is so important is like trying to tell a teenager what is wrong with downloading files illegally: they hear what you're saying, but you don't get the feeling it really sinks in.

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From the blog

Shapely Engineers

Of course engineers come in all shapes and sizes and I am sure each can calculate for me why their size and shape is perfect for them... However when we are looking for engineers, we look for T-shaped engineers

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Solvinity

IT Management 2016: The rabbits return fire!

Imagine being an IT manager. A few years ago, you were king of the IT hill, but now you're the jester. The power of IT used to be comparable to that of a heart surgeon: when IT spoke up, people listened. After all, you were the one who could make or break a company with a couple of mouse clicks.

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