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Enterprises are beginning to realize that cloud, artificial intelligence and DevOps are not a threat to security, but are in fact the best way to reduce risk. DevSecOps will become a hot new "thing."
DAILY VIDEO: IT pros are ready to switch jobs in search of pay increases and training; Intel rolls out new Pentium and Celeron chips for low-cost PCs; Skype for Windows 10 gains a shared content gallery and a notification panel; and there's more.
Tech-related trends and developments dominate a "top 10" list of major business risks for 2018.
With Digital Safe 10, users can refine their information-archiving tasks to solve the complexities of compliance for various jurisdictions.
A good data management system is only as good as its ability to store, retrieve and produce files quickly and efficiently in order to get a task or workload completed in a timely fashion. We'll see more choices in 2018.
One in three IT professionals expect to look for a new job in the next 12 months, mainly seeking more pay, but also looking for more training, according to a Spiceworks survey.
A Gartner research report finds that the role of the corporate chief data officer is gaining in importance and influence in enterprises that recognize the value of data analytics to drive growth in revenue and profits.
A study of 1,300 U.S. business employees sponsored by cloud connectivity company Citrix found that companies that give employees some flexibility on where and when they works improves morale and productivity.
DT may be a cliche, but there's no getting around the fact that the term is very relevant. Enterprises are indeed rethinking and re-tooling their IT systems, because they have to do so.
Software developers feel under-prepared as they pursue emerging tech, in large part due to a lack of necessary training and tools.
A new threat may emerge in 2018: The disruption of things. As the IoT offers access to both disruptive possibilities and massive amounts of critical data, we will see attacks in this area, and may also see the integration of a new man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack.
German company gets help for data ingestion, cleansing and preparation to allow its data science team to more efficiently spend its time on generating insights and analytics rather than formatting tables.