This week's TechRepublic and ZDNet stories include a breach of Sprint customers' data, notes from the Duo Security 2019 access report, and how execs are taking charge of digital transformation plans.
Our fourth and final installment in our series is about Grumman, the company which built the Lunar Module (LEM) which made the historic manned landing on the Moon's surface on July 20, 1969.
Our second installment in our series is about IBM and UNIVAC, the two primary computer systems integrators for the Apollo missions.
Our third installment in our series is about Rocketdyne, the company which built and designed the mighty rocket engines for the Saturn V.
Our first profile in our series about the Apollo program is Boeing Integrated Defense Systems.
A new generation of manned missions to the moon by NASA is not a certainty, but many of the parts are being put into place to make it possible.
While many of the proud Americans who were involved in the Apollo project are no longer with us 50 years later, the technologies they built live on, will be further refined, and will return us to that lonely world and beyond.
Dropbox said today's slate of integrations are focused on its media clients, noting that the media professionals are among the most active Dropbox users in the world.
Machine learning models are making predictions and drawing conclusions that show all the signs of systemic bias. Scott Fulton discusses with Karen Forrest a very difficult topic: If we correct the ML data, will it still be usable?
Government agency responsible for data protection legislation has released a competency framework and skills roadmap detailing skillsets data protection officers need, and expects more than 500 such professionals to benefit from a year-long pilot training programme.