With organizations acknowledging the need to integrate data initiatives within virtually every aspect of business, “DataOps” specialists are finding themselves in demand.
With the recruitment and retention of top talent getting increasingly competitive, organizations face greater pressure to replace legacies with today’s most state-of-the-art tech solutions and systems.
Technology industry executives are directing their investment dollars to the innovations they consider most transformational, IoT, AI and robotics, according to a KPMG survey.
Modern bank heists involve a variety of tools and techniques, including ransomware and non-malware attacks, a Carbon Black report on cyber-attacks in the financial sector finds.
Improvements to iOS 12 top the list of likely announcements during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference that will convene June 4 at the San Jose, Calif. Convention Center.
At its most recent summit, the OpenStack Foundation showcases its strategy to go beyond its core open-source cloud roots.
A new study from IDC and Cisco reveal the most in-demand IT jobs now and in the future, with security management specialists and network engineers topping the list.
While organizations appear eager to embrace big data infrastructure investment, the jury is still out on whether such expense and efforts will deliver needed ROI through expanded real-time and predictive analytics capabilities.
The 2018 Duo Trusted Access Report found that enterprise end users are using more unique networks to access apps but are using out-of-date Android mobile devices. Windows 10 adoption, however, is growing on the desktop.
The OnePlus 6 Android handset gets kudos for coming to the market with the high-end features such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, but it gets dinged for looking a bit too much like the iPhone X.