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ThreatMetrix, which uses anonymized data from across 1.4 billion digital user identities to provide businesses with insight into the true digital identity of their customers, needed a way to do this better and faster.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook CEO endured more than five hours of grilling by two Senate committees and generally kept his cool, though he dodged some questions and offered incomplete answers for others. Questioning continues today in Washington, D.C.
Startup SWIM.AI emerges from stealth with technology that applies deep neural networking models to enable data analysis at the edge of the network.
New company's Cross-Cloud Platform gives cloud service providers and Fortune 500 enterprises an alternative way to provide workload migration, resource elasticity and disaster-recovery-as-a-service across multi-cloud and multi-data center infrastructures.
The acquisition of Forerunner's Mobilizer and Report Viewer will help Microsoft improve Power BI's reporting capabilities for mobile and web apps.
Partnership enables businesses to streamline customer and revenue operations using artificial intelligence-driven automation.
By using AI to tee up and streamline internal-request management, Spoke portends to provide a new way for line-of-business employees to manage and search for information at work and help teams be more productive.
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HYCU’s top priority is to protect Nutanix’s Acropolis hypervisor-powered virtual machines and to provide surrounding functionality. It does this so well that the company has decided to go all in and name itself after the software.
SnapLogic is providing intelligent connectors, or Snaps, which will bring together all of an organization’s customer data--from CRM, marketing automation, campaign management, content management, marketing analytics and others--into Adobe Cloud.
First Enterprise Bank needed a technology refresh to protect financial information and meet disaster recovery needs in the case of a natural disaster, because tornadoes and earthquakes are common threats in its region.
The Linux Foundation brings technology vendors together to form a new effort that aims to make it easier for different industry verticals to benefit from artificial intelligence.
Microsoft wants to break down data siloes by introducing a new capability that makes it easier to analyze data from different business apps using Power BI.