The number of data records being stolen almost doubled between 2015 and 2016 - to 1.4 billion
Amazon Connect is another example of how AWS is moving up the cloud food chain after gaining a dominant position in infrastructure as a service.
AI will revolutionize our culture, much as Intel's 4004 and successors did starting almost 50 years ago. But the coming revolution isn't just about AI algorithms: it's about bringing computes to the massive collections of data that AI needs to function. A report from the frontiers of IT.
Microsoft says its new fan-centric culture has helped it attract 10 million users to its public Windows testing group, the Windows Insider program.
While the passage of this Bill will come as welcome relief to American tech workers, some say that the effort may be an exercise in futility.
The Victorian government has announced that it is distributing AU$5 million across 15 telehealth projects to better connect rural and regional patients to medical specialists.
The reduced pricing that Telstra can charge for wholesale use of its copper network during the NBN transition will remain under a decision by the Australian Federal Court.
NBN's proposed amendment to its regulatory documents, which would see FttB, FttN, and HFC services added to the Special Access Undertaking, do not meet the legislative requirements, the ACCC has said.
Workers want more immersive interaction with teams and information through their collaboration system to help them solve business problems. Yet incomplete toolsets still leave room for enhancement.
Cloudera pivots away from reputation as "a Hadoop software distributor", seeks to position company as a seller of enterprise data platforms based on open-source innovation. Executives keep mum about IPO and cloud services rumors.