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NEWS ANALYSIS: Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 organizations working together with partners in more than 90 countries. It's now using new-gen tools such as Workplace for Facebook, Okta for security and Aware by Wiretap for governance and compliance ahead of GDPR.
Microsoft's SharePoint makes the leap from desktop and mobile screens into 3D mixed-reality experiences with SharePoint Spaces.
By using a fully-managed streaming data service on GCP, users can offload the operating burden of Apache Kafka and stream data at scale in real time to Google Cloud’s big data services.
In addition, Informatica will soon be launching a new intelligent cloud service, Data Accelerator for Azure, which will enable enterprises to move legacy data warehouse workloads to the cloud—something which has been problematic, to say the least, in the past.
How will we look back upon our current IT decade? From here, it sure looks like 2010 to 2020 is all about the cloud. The internet of things is starting to take root, but its time has yet to come.
Banking on AI systems that can carry on a conversation, Microsoft acquires Berkeley-based Semantic Machines.
Harmon.ie’s flagship solution is one of the first enterprise applications to use the Microsoft Graph to identify topics from Office 365 apps, thereby creating natural workflows that increase productivity.
Intel this week introduced what it calls the OpenVINO (Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization) toolkit. This toolset is designed to fast-track development of high-performance computer vision and deep learning inference applications at the edge.
Flock's messaging app gains new process automation capabilities with the goal of helping small and midsized businesses complete tasks faster.
A week ahead of the GDPR deadline, a new open-source WordPress content management system update provides administrators with capabilities to protect user privacy.
The company's assistive toolset will soon help users catch accessibility issues while they are working on Office content.
While containers are increasing Red Hat's focus, hypervisor-based virtualization is still a need for many enterprises.