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New workspace platform includes updated management for both Windows and macOS devices inside an enterprise system.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook users have to be wondering if they can ever trust the social network to protect their data after company founder Mark Zuckerberg confirmed that it failed correct a breach it had known about since 2015.
Security Operations Centers are unable to respond to most of the alerts that are received and lack proper metrics as well as security control integration, according to a study commissioned by Fidelis Cybersecurity.
The use of both personal and business-related tech creates considerable distractions for today's employees, who believe the establishment of "quiet" work spaces could help.
After being blindsided by a set of vulnerability reports that were disclosed without giving AMD time to analyze, the silicon vendor has now provided a technical assessment.
It's widely expected the gap between first movers and AI laggards will continue to grow. Forward-looking organizations need to monitor the developments in the AI market and keep themselves from becoming intimidated by this powerful technology.
An IBM-sponsored study conducted by Ponemon Institute shows that most company don’t have plans in place to how to thwart cyber-attacks in place or contain potential data and business losses.
Watson Data Kits provide companies with pre-vetted, machine-readable, industry-specific data that can enable them to scale artificial intelligence across their businesses.
Make no mistake about it: IBM is into a lot of business use cases, but it’s now made Watson its beating heart, impacting virtually all parts of its business.
It was only a matter of time for MuleSoft, a pioneer in the infrastructure-as-a-service space, to be acquired.