Eric Bruno

Eric Bruno

Eric is a contributing editor to multiple online publications, with more than 20 years of experience in the information technology community. He is a highly requested moderator and speaker for a variety of conferences and other events on topics spanning the technology spectrum from the desktop to the data center. He has written articles, blogs, white papers, and books on software architecture and development topics for more than a decade. He is also an enterprise architect, developer, and industry analyst with expertise in full lifecycle, large-scale software architecture, design, and development for companies all over the globe. His accomplishments span highly distributed system development, multi-tiered web development, real-time development, and transactional software development. See his editorial work online at www.ericbruno.com.

Contributing Editor

Areas of expertise:

Storing Big Data

Most people associate big data with the need to store vast amounts of data, and they’re correct. However, big data can also be thought of as data in motion. All…

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Flash: More Data, Faster Access

Big data, regulatory compliance, and increased security scrutiny have contributed to storage-related issues such as data sprawl and long-term data retention needs. This has placed a huge and ever growing…

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Should you move to Windows 8?

Microsoft has put a lot of effort into Windows 8, as have OEMs such as Lenovo. Do features like the tablet-friendly Windows 8 touch interface justify the move? Some users…

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Should VDI be part of your move?

With the desktop OS in transition, now might be a good time to take another step, to a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Better security, compliance, and control are compelling VDI…

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Migrating Your Windows XP Applications: Five Tips

Windows XP has reached end-of-life, with end-of-support due April 8, 2014. To ensure against data loss, migrate your Windows XP applications now. Here are five tips: Tip 1: Use Windows…

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