For a new generation of digital enterprises, the idea of owning a data center may soon seem as quaint as owning a power plant.
IBM’s recent epiphany is that AI should be used to enhance, not replace, people. Perhaps another application could be reducing abusive behavior.
Instead of making a logical case for reversing net neutrality rules, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai set up premises that he didn’t come close to proving.
Red Hat updated its open source messaging platform to include support for a wider variety of clients, in addition to improving overall scalability.
Even with credit card payments being all but mandatory in retail, PCI, and EMV chip adoption, companies failing to keep credit card data secure.
With Infosys Nia, IT gains access to a suite of artificial intelligence technologies that it can deploy anywhere.
IBM expects to make it possible to analyze what’s occurring in multiple video streams across multiple languages in real time, down to the tone.
Security professionals share their tips for securing mobile devices and their favorite security solutions.
The philosophical approach of the new administration is to reduce complexity and move decision making as much as possible into the business sector.
Storing data is only part of the equation. Enterprises will need increasingly sophisticated means of locating, transferring and sharing information.