Headline Rollups for March 16, 2018

CRISP-DM the Scrum Agile way. Why not!

Do you often find yourself in the middle of an infinite data preparation, modeling and testing loop? How about utilizing the rapid-delivery agile software development methodology for your analytics projects?

IBM’s Way Out? Sell Itself!

I admit I was a little hurt when no one called about what IBM should do to end its painful five-year revenue journey. I offered a lot of suggestions.  But the essence of the advice was to triple down on the technologies – cloud/analytics/AI – transforming business models and processes – and run from the old technology world IBM once ruled.

Wipro Infra launches 3D printing centre in Bengaluru

Wipro3D, the additive manufacturing arm of Wipro Infrastructure Engineering, has launched an experience centre for metal 3D printing here. The solutions developed in the centre will be taken to markets across the world.

Amazon Japan investigated for demanding ‘cooperation payments’

TOKYO — Amazon Japan is being investigated by the country’s antitrust regulator on allegations of asking vendors for a percentage of their sales revenue.

Katun releases remanufactured HP printers

The Dutch company’s models are available in bundles with its remanufactured toner cartridges and MPS offerings.

Katun has launched a line of remanufactured HP printers in Europe. The Dutch company calls its models “a reliable, lower-cost alternative to buying a new printer” and describes them also as “hassle-free, dependable and cost-effective.”

Amazon looks to secure office-supply dominance with new credit card

Amazon.com Inc. is planning to offer a credit card to U.S. small-business customers, according to people with knowledge of the matter, furthering its push to supply companies with everything from reams of paper to factory parts.

ARMOR enhances its OWA Print Services

Since its launch last year, ARMOR has continued to develop its OWA Print Services, acquiring more than 15 active partners so far and adopting a personalised program tailored to benefit reseller partners.

Traditional Managed IT is dead

With LeapForward and CompleteCloud, you’ll never have to buy another PC again. How so? Thanks to our “thin clients,” your computer is completely virtual and is linked to data centers. These data centers are comprised of interlinked super-computers that replicate your existing PC and will eliminate the drain on your resources from constantly updating and replacing equipment.

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