There's only a 50 percent chance that companies will gain some benefits from their investments into business analytics, according to the bank's manager of information systems and frontline analytics David Tanis.
Survey reveals security professionals see higher risk from application vulnerabilities, malware, mobile devices and cloud, but do not prioritize manpower in tackling these threats within the enterprise.
At the start of RSA 2013, Juniper Networks is rolling out a global database to track attacks on individual devices.
Seventy eight percent of security pros see bring your own device (BYOD) policies as a big security risk. The problem: Security pros are outgunned, according to a survey.
Outside of the IT department, most users think that viruses are the only threat to their computing equipment. Many believe that malware doesn't affect mobile devices at all. An educated user is a safer user.
Despite a glowing endorsement of Firefox OS in Mozilla's announcement on Monday, Telstra hasn't yet committed to stocking mobile devices that come equipped with the new operating system.
Acquisition will enable SAP to improve real-time supply chain management on its Hana analytics platform, says the German software vendor, which adds both companies have been partners since 2006.
Microsoft will offer a new Microsoft Office for Mac Accredited Support Professional accreditation. The pilot training and evaluation program will be offered prior to MacTech BootCamp II seminars held around the U.S. this year, MacTech said.
Local telco Koryolink has informed foreigners in capital Pyongyang it will launch a 3G mobile Internet service before March 1, but says the service will not be offered to locals.
In the App Wrap this week, we have Swiftkey, Podio, Foxtel Go for iPhone, Split Browser, RAAF, Skype WiFi, Wyatt Roy, and GoTasks.
Traditionally, business analytics has been there to support the function of business applications and processes, but now it's time to put analytics at the heart of organisations, according to Gartner.
Indian mobile operator has 15 days to return the account balance of its subscribers in Mumbai and Kolkata after ceasing its operations, says Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.
When disabled people in developing countries face rocky slopes, steep hills and muddy paths, conventional wheelchairs won't cut it.
Will young people in developing nations share data about social conditions in exchange for access to free music?
Hackers create malicious versions of a report released by Mandiant which linked cyberattacks to the Chinese army, but the IT security vendor says its system is not breached.
Australian satellite company NewSat has announced that it has secured AU$105 million in equity for the delayed launch of its Jabiru-1 satellite.
A patch working its way through the Mozilla testing process promises to significantly increase privacy and reduce online tracking for Firefox users by blocking third-party cookies. With the Do Not Track standard fizzling, it's an important development.
DELHI -- In a city with strict religious vegetarians, few people can treat injured birds of prey who must be fed meat.