Application Tips - Tests and Academics

I recently attended the QS MBA Fair in Los Angeles, which is always a busy event for us.  Among the variety of questions from prospectives, many were about how we evaluate academics and test scores.  Since these application components can understandably induce a fair amount of anxiety, I wanted to talk about them in today’s blog post. A number of schools, including UCLA Anderson, have started accepting both the GMAT and GRE for...

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Chip Shot: Intel, Citrix Deliver Rich and Responsive Experience to Virtualized Desktop Environments

Intel has partnered with Citrix to enable a seamless enterprise experience when remotely accessing Windows apps and desktops from Chrome using the Citrix Receiver application. Intel and Citrix will continue to work together to optimize the Citrix Receiver for Chrome on Intel® Architecture and collaborate on API development. Intel also pushes continuous optimizations to the upstream open source community and maintains its...

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SDN – it’s cloudy, complicated, but something big changed since the start of summer…

As we work on our next Advanced Research Report – Data Center Disruptors, which touches on data center switching and SDN, it has become clear that the perception and progress on SDN has changed since the beginning of the year.  The market has entered a new phase for SDN—it hasn’t been easy getting there, but we have moved out of the hype cycle. Five Phases of SDN: Phase 1 – Definitions and discovery Phase 2 – Hype...

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October Post @All Analytics

Tools Too Good to Be True  The Wired article Ex-Googler Shares His Big-Data Secrets With the Masses touts a new tool that "mimics the way web giants like Google and Facebook rapidly analyze enormous amounts of online information." The article calls the tool "simple for analysts to query data from anywhere in a company with a single tool, regardless of where that data is stored, without the need to learn new programming...