69% of IT leaders identify technical debt as a major threat to their companies’ ability to innovate, according to an OutSystems report. With COVID-19 exposing vulnerabilities in organizations around the world, this latest industry survey from OutSystem…Read More The challenges of technical debt and how it impacts organizations
Microphones are perhaps the most common electronic sensor in the world, with an estimated 320 million listening for our commands in the world’s smart speakers. The trouble is that they’re capable of hearing everything else, too. But now, a …Read More PrivacyMic: A smart home system that doesn’t record speech
Enterprises have a deep appreciation for the value of open source software with 100% of the information technology (IT) decision-makers in a recent survey saying that “using open source provides benefits for their organization.” The survey of 200 IT de…Read More Enterprises increasingly relying on open source software
Portworx released findings from its survey which assesses the mass adoption and evolution of Kubernetes usage among enterprise users in the last 12 months, in addition to the impact of the pandemic on IT users’ attitudes towards their jobs. The finding…Read More Kubernetes adoption continues to grow
As people around the world increasingly get their news from social media, online misinformation has emerged as an area of great concern. Social media feed simulator Fakey To improve news literacy and reduce the spread of misinformation, NYUAD Center fo…Read More Social media feed simulator Fakey teaches users to recognize credible content
Out with the old, in with MACH. That’s what a poll of global IT leaders found regarding their plans to revamp, or retain, their enterprise architectures. The research, conducted by DJS Research, polled senior level technology decision makers (CIO…Read More C-level executives driving the adoption of MACH across their organizations
Turbonomic announced findings from the survey of over 800 global IT professionals that examines the current state of multicloud adoption, its drivers, and the technologies enabling it, including containers, public cloud, and edge computing. The analysi…Read More The state of multicloud adoption, its drivers, and the technologies enabling it
More than 70% of CXOs of global companies consider mainframe or legacy modernization a strategic business priority for the next three years, a Tata Consultancy Services survey reveals. The study surveyed 211 CXOs and senior decision makers from compani…Read More CXOs consider mainframe and legacy modernization a business priority
Spirent Communications released its 5G outlook report, based on analysis and takeaways from over 600 global 5G engagements in 2020. The report provides insights from across the 5G eco-system on the current status of 5G, illustrating the accelerated tim…Read More 5G experimentation and security grows in govt, military sectors
Addressing a virtual audience at Technicity West, Winnipeg Mayor Bowman highlighted some of the city’s projects around the use of open data
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Show floor demo at the SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference showed how blockchain, IoT and machine learning disrupt industries by enabling new customer services.Read More Blockchain Makes Used Car Salesmen The Most Trusted People On The Planet
If we want to create a better world, we need to re-instill trust. A consumer-driven economy is ultimately a trust-driven economy. And trust is built on people, relationships, and data.Read More A Changing Salesforce And The Trust-Driven Economy
2018 will bring a heightened emphasis on IoT, AI and Machine Learning which will come together and connect seemingly disparate elements in real-time, and deliver enhanced, connected and optimized futures for all of us.Read More 4 Ways The Butterfly Effect Will Shape Emerging Technologies In 2018
Virtual and augmented reality could turn banks into real estate brokers and customers into people who can’t wait to visit their local branch to find the property of their dreams.Read More Banks Reinvent Customer Convenience With Virtual And Augmented Reality
IDC Research just released its top ten 2018 predictions, outlining why every company must operate like a digital-native enterprise.Read More IDC 2018 Predictions: If You’re Not In The Cloud, You’re Isolated From Innovation
To take full advantage of the incredible business process changes that blockchain promises, the financial industry needs to do two things: help shape the conversation as rules evolve, and rethink deeply ingrained business mores.Read More Changing Blockchain Talk To Action: Two Steps For The Financial Industry
It’s no longer cliché to think of cybersecurity as an arms race. Cyber-attackers and their victims have been scrambling for a leg up over each other for ages, so governments are noticeably ramping up their levels of intervention. And rightly so.Read More Can Government Help Win The Cybersecurity Arms Race?
Insurance can help set the standard for cybersecurity across industries by evaluating clients’ defenses, rewarding good cyber-hygiene, and more. Providers can also use the data for more comprehensive attack modeling, eventually analyzing the breadth of…Read More How Cybersecurity Can Get A Big Boost From Insurance Data
Political leaders remind us of their fragile humanity with increasing frequency. Prone to wild acts of emotion, and unable to resist the urge to push their personal agenda at the expense of the greater good, it’s enough to make the concept of an AI-con…Read More Could Governments Run By Artificial Intelligence Be A Good Thing?
October has already been an exciting National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, with U.S. congressional hearings into a high-profile cyberattack. As we face cyberattacks that could do more infrastructure damage than hurricanes, others are changing the fac…Read More Why You Might Not Recognize Cybersecurity In A Few Years
Cyberattacks we’ve seen to date have been child’s play, compared to what’s possible. We could soon see how bad it can get — and our best defense may be highly capable cyber-warriors.Read More Will A Digital Renaissance Man Save Cybersecurity?
As people blindly follow this latest market-wide obsession, conversations about blockchain are already taking a surprising turn. Here are several ways to consider blockchain’s real potential based on what we know today.Read More To Resist Blockchain’s Allure, Steer Clear Of The Hype
Companies cynically dismissing blockchain buzz, risk getting caught unawares by substantive industry disruption. The widespread emergence of blockchain will take some time, but leaders are taking action right now.Read More We Are Underestimating Blockchain’s Value, Despite The Hype
Companies must be able to respond to rapidly changing conditions, yet still compile to all standards. How does a digital core with a true single source of truth help?Read More Why Do High-Tech Companies Need A Digital Core?
Each breakthrough in machine learning inspires companies to take advantage of tools that support and improve data use. However, a sense of skepticism is bubbling to the surface as we try to envision how a future with machine learning will impact their …Read More Why Every Business Should Care About Machine Learning
At the core of every digital transformation is mobile analytics. More than ever, businesses are focused on delivering growth and profitability with faster, better-informed decision making.Read More Digital Transformation Through Mobile Analytics
Digital technologies are causing considerable disruption, blurring the lines between industries and spawning hungry start-ups that are just waiting to take a slice of established companies’ action.Read More Is High-Tech Driving Digital Disruption Or Being Driven By It?
Even though WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware have been around for almost two months I bet many who deal with IT security on a daily basis are still dealing with the aftermath. Inquiring minds want to know: has anyone attempted to pause and reflect on w…Read More Rethinking Ransomware Attacks
The topic of robots has been around for many years but lately there seems to be a Terminator-like emphasis on their use and impact on society, such as how robots affect manufacturing jobs.Read More The Reality Of Robots In Manufacturing
Is Anybody Down was a website that became a notorious “revenge porn” service. Its owner, Craig Brittain, tells Forbes he is sorry, but it was supposed to be a parody. He’s now on the warpath against media outlets and doesn’t seem entirely contrite abou…Read More Craig Brittain: Confessions Of An ‘Accidental’ Revenge Porn Pusher