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New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.
Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.
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DAILY VIDEO: CES 2019: Rometty details the value of "IBM underneath," and FireEye updates its server email security platform for advanced threats.
SECURITY ANALYSIS: While the term “quantum proof” in regard to encryption has been bandied about for years, the reality is that you need more than that; you also need really secure key distribution.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Industry leaders at Delphix, Electric Cloud, IBM, JFrog, Pivotal, XebiaLabs and Datical identify the primary areas on which organizations should focus in 2019 to continue improving software delivery outcomes.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: As the roles of business and technology units continue to blur, IT budgets appear positioned to soar. But successful outcomes amount to more than simply boosted spend–the required talent will need to be in place, and CIOs and other tech leaders must align IT direction with...
NEWS ANALYSIS FROM CES 2019: CEO Ginni Rometty’s address was a refreshing departure for a conference that, in past years, has too often been a megaphone for trumpeting vapid trends and short-lived products. Rather, she spent her time on the CES stage detailing how consumer electronics, like...
NEWS ANALYSIS FROM CES 2019: IBM--largely because it is pushing the envelope in a lot of areas with emphasis on mature artificial intelligence and quantum computing--is one of the few U.S. corporations playing the long game in IT innovation.
NEWS FROM CES 2019: At CES, Big Blue officials unveil the IBM Q System One, a modular system with highly integrated components housed in a nine-foot enclosure.
PREDICTIONS 2019: Big-data-related predictions include the return of data lakes and private clouds, hybrid becoming the de facto general environment, big data being consolidated into “little data” and transparency becoming a key AI requirement.
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