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SECURITY ANALYSIS: Command-and-control servers execute commands that could range from stealing personal information to ransomware attacks to pulling email (and getting insider information) to emptying accounts. This is a growing threat, and here's what some companies are doing about it.
NEWS ANALYSIS: At the opening of its new San Jose, Calif. headquarters HPE showed off advances in security, big data and artificial intelligence as well as a new approach to wooing big corporate customers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell had become excessively risk averse, and it needed to make a change so that it could again accept reasonable risks in order to advance in the market. Here's how the company approached this issue.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The internet of things, smart devices and new content platforms have telecommunications companies facing a data onslaught. Here's what they are doing about it.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Machine learning and artificial intelligence can be hard terms to define, so how does this play into security product marketing? Are the terms being oversold--or undersold--to potential buyers? Here are some suggestions on what questions to ask security vendors.
eWEEK IT SCIENCE: Desigual had a five-month runway to deliver an assisted-shopping application and one additional month to roll it out. With Docker's help, it was delivered and deployed on time and efficiently.
Apache Hadoop 3.0 is now generally available on Azure HDInsight, giving customers broader analytics capabilities.
NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: In a significant storage announcement, IBM also said it will introduce support for the industry standard Container Storage Interface in the second quarter.
TREND ANALYSIS: Qualcomm is working on applying quantum field theory to deep-learning AI. This is an enormous potential game changer in several real-world scenarios.
Google aims to boost the utility and features of its Google Cloud Platform by partnering with seven leading open-source providers of cloud services and also released Cloud Run, the latest member of Google’s serverless compute stack.
JOIN US: This is a chat-based conversation about how we realistically are going to be storing our business and personal data in places where it will be safe and accessible for years to come. Can the cloud handle all of this? Doubtful.