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What Is Data Virtualization?

The vast amount of data that companies manage comes in many forms, including structured and unstructured. To be effective, enterprises must be able to...

Clean Energy Cohort Joins IBM’s Sustainability Accelerator Program

Environmental threats, ranging from the rise of extreme weather events to global climate change, do not impact all people or groups equally. The populations...

Cynet’s George Tubin on XDR Cybersecurity

I spoke with George Tubin, Director of Product Strategy at Cynet, about why XDR has so many definitions – and why this emerging security...

Automation Anywhere’s Mike Micucci on Automation and AI

I spoke with Mike Micucci, COO at Automation Anywhere, about the “automation economy” and the trends that are driving the AI/automation sector. Among the topics...

Azure ML vs. Databricks: Machine Learning Comparison

Machine learning (ML) is being incorporated into virtually all aspects of enterprise IT. ML speeds up data analytics, facilitates real-time data processing and decision...

Understanding the Business Costs of Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks—where hackers try to collect personal information using deceptive emails and links—continue to impact organizations of all sizes. It’s been well documented that phishing...

What Are Digital Twins?

A digital twin is essentially an avatar of a physical object in the virtual world, allowing people to operate it remotely, manage it, and...

Datadog President Amit Agarwal on Trends in Infrastructure Observability

I spoke with Amit Agarwal, President of Datadog, about infrastructure observability, from current trends to key challenges to the future of this rapidly growing...

Study: Digital Transformation Is Ubiquitous Yet Challenges Remain

Digital transformation (DX) looks different for every company, but in essence, it involves integrating digital technologies into all areas of the business. The key to...

What Are Neural Networks?

A key element in artificial intelligence, artificial neural networks (ANNs) operate in a manner similar to the human brain. They mimic the way actual...