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DAILY VIDEO: A Lacework study finds 300 unsecured container orchestration dashboards, and HPE adds a hybrid cloud-as-a-service offering to its GreenLake cloud platform.

New CylanceHYBRID and CylanceON-PREM offerings bring an AI-powered endpoint security platform to private networks.

Digital Guardian’s DLP technology now extends into a broader awareness of threats, combined with the forensic artifact collection required to fully assess the risk to customers’ sensitive data.

Trend Micro's new managed service looks to provide organizations with threat hunting and response capabilities.

DAILY VIDEO: IBM warns that spammers once again are taking aim at the FIFA World Cup, and Intel warns of the Lazy restore speculative execution CPU risk.

The company's security-enhancing technology now enables customers to extend secure access to applications, data and other cloud-computing resources.

A new service from VirusTotal enables software developers to privately check and monitor application code against antivirus engines, in a bid to reduce false positives.

As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off, so too are spammers' efforts to trick unsuspecting users into clicking on malicious links and malvertising.

NEWS ANALYSIS: In their filing, T-Mobile and Sprint say they will provide far better wireless coverage than either could do on its own, provide fast nationwide service make an aggressive play for enterprise customers.

NEWS ANALYSIS: Hitachi Vantara and Forbes Insights have partnered on a study designed to help companies better understand the current state of IoT, surveying more than 500 senior executives around the world that are currently engaged in or uating IoT initiatives.

Smart OmniEdge is comprised of a secure, unified wired/wireless infrastructure and AI-driven management capabilities, accessible through a single control panel. It provides common visibility, policy and authentication services across the entire infrastructure.

Lakeside Software provides its customers with tools to monitor, analyze and optimize end-user experience by gathering performance and end-user data directly from the place end users consume IT—the endpoint.

NEWS ANALYSIS: When the new version of iOS is released sometime this summer, it will include a means of blocking attempts to unlock iPhones through their Lightning Ports, a method currently used by the FBI.

The latest generation of Juniper’s networking gear will bring programmability and flexibility designed to handle the services that will come with such emerging technologies as 5G wireless and the internet of things.

The new 2-in-1 device from Hewlett Packard Inc.has features that make it adaptable to the way individuals work throughout the day, with four use modes–tent, stand, tablet, and traditional laptop–so users can create, present and collaborate in a comfortable way.

Sports apparel company is known for innovation, but the company’s use of internal collaboration technologies tools were siloed, scattered across departments and not well documented.

NEWS ANALYSIS: Hitachi Vantara and Forbes Insights have partnered on a study designed to help companies better understand the current state of IoT, surveying more than 500 senior executives around the world that are currently engaged in or uating IoT initiatives.

SOLUTION ANALYSIS: Santa Clara, Calif.-based Caspio enables non-technical business professionals to build custom web applications for capturing data, sharing information and automating business processes—quickly and at a fraction of the cost of conventional development methods.

With double the capacity of memory to 128GB and increased PCIe storage, the ThinkPad P52 is a necessity for things such as animation and visual effects project storage, large models and datasets and real-time playback.

Shops using Docker containers and Kubernetes scheduling will like that QoreStor features multitenancy, in that users can easily create storage groups--and containers within those storage groups--to define separate storage policies and capacities within a single QoreStor system.

The new 2-in-1 device from Hewlett Packard Inc.has features that make it adaptable to the way individuals work throughout the day, with four use modes–tent, stand, tablet, and traditional laptop–so users can create, present and collaborate in a comfortable way.

Sports apparel company is known for innovation, but the company’s use of internal collaboration technologies tools were siloed, scattered across departments and not well documented.

Free-of-charge dashboard offers insight into the impact of internet disruptions.

Containers, Kubernetes scheduling and new-gen security to protect them both in production are the main topics this week.

The Ausbildung is widely touted as an example other countries should follow. But it’s struggling to keep up with technological change.

A Canadian province is giving people money with no strings attached—revealing both the appeal and the limitations of the idea.

Artificial intelligence is offering an amazing opportunity to increase prosperity, but whether or not ­we will seize it is our choice.

CATL’s stock has shot up since it raised nearly $1 billion in an IPO to build more lithium-ion battery plants.

CATL’s stock has shot up since it raised nearly $1 billion in an IPO to build more lithium-ion battery plants.

Copying the features of a neural network in silicon might make machine learning more usable on small devices like smartphones.

The technology used to build America’s new Summit machine will also help us make the leap to exascale computing.

A new analysis shows that air capture could cost less than $100 a ton.