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FinancialForce's new Spring 2018 Release includes tools that enable enterprises to shift to as-a-service business models.
Cloud Foundry executives discuss how much faster users of the open-source developer platform are able to deploy applications at scale and even save some money.
Dirty secret No. 1: IT managers simply cannot identify nearly half (45 percent) of their organization’s network traffic. In fact, nearly 25 percent cannot identify a whopping 70 percent of their network traffic.
The initiative involves the free distribution of Centrify software to election boards that includes multi-factor authentication and validation of device access for voters in their jurisdictions.
The latest update to Salesforce.com’s Field Service Lightning gives companies the ability to easily add scheduling to their consumer-facing websites and makes it easier for customers and technicians to return products.
Hybrid data management Actian developed the world’s fastest columnar analytics database and brings special data-centric IP to its new owners.
Microsoft adds Azure Monitor support, enabling customers to keep a closer eye on the big data service.
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: House and Senate lawmakers voiced support for data privacy regulations even after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized for mistakes that allowed Cambridge Analytics to gain access to millions of users’ profile data.
The companies will work on AI-enabled IoT solutions delivered by Microsoft's cloud.
Chris Preimesberger | Updated
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is testifying this week before Congress; the time is right for a chat about personal information security online. Please join us April 11 for an #eWEEKchat about a direct influence on our lives.
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.