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The director of the FBI discusses closing the gap between government and the private sector by sharing data in "machine-time" -- not "human-time."
According to the Ponemon Institute, women only make up 20 percent of the information security workforce.
Intel signs Australian Hadoop partner as increasing demand for better, faster analytics whets appetite for ever more "grunty and powerful" CPUs.
"We’ve got not only a proliferation of attack vectors but also an advanced set of adversaries willing to innovate themselves,” according to the SVP of Cisco Security.
Toshiba's new cloud service helps IT administrators manage mobile devices in real time without investing in servers and dedicated management software.
Palo Alto's CFO defended that the company's business model is benefiting from "higher attach rates of our SaaS-based subscription services."
Of course, the keyword in the name of the form is "calcuator," as it only provides a quote.
The new capabilities include visual analytics and "actionable insights" that are meant to increase a person's visibility on LinkedIn, in effect boosting one's "professional brand."
Marketers, take note: the reach of mobile advertisements has nearly doubled in the last year alone, according to the latest roundup from Citrix.
Last year, the term du jour in enterprise tech was big data. Now, it's advanced analytics.
UPDATED: The ShoreTel Sky for Salesforce application in particular will enable users to be able to automatically log all calls, voicemails and SMS messages.
Like the rabbit caught the a car's headlights the IT industry does not know which way to jump to sort skills shortage.
Don't protect your customer data? Don't expect to carry on as normal.
We have a look at six startups that have already caught our eye this year.
Brocade had a number of bright spots, especially thanks to datacenter customer growth over the last year.