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I spoke with Theresa Lanowitz, Head of Cybersecurity Evangelism at AT&T Business, about the issues the involved with securing an edge deployment. Among the topics we discussed: Let’s look at the edge market broadly. Clearly edge has seen rapid growth in the last few years. What trends are driving the edge market here in 2023? […]
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When faced with a ransomware attack, organizations and government agencies need to have robust protocols in place to respond quickly. The importance of regular and secure backups cannot be overstated. The City of New Orleans learned this lesson firsthand during a complex and time-consuming backup and recovery process following a ransomware attack. In the aftermath […]
Cohesity and Microsoft recently announced they have expanded their partnership to enhance data security, threat detection, and protection against cyberattacks using artificial intelligence. The goal is to help organizations optimize cloud usage while mitigating risks in an increasingly hybrid and multicloud world. Cohesity already offers backup services for Microsoft 365 on Amazon Web Services (AWS) […]
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I spoke with Anand Kashyap, CEO of Fortanix, about how cloud data security is enhanced by confidential computing, which uses hardware for an extra layer of security. As you survey the cloud security challenges, what are the key trends affecting this sector in 2023? How can companies improve their cloud – and multicloud – data security? How […]
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I spoke with David Reber, CSO of Nvidia, about how the modern cybersecurity sector is defined by “AI vs. AI.” Among the topics we discussed: In the world of cybersecurity, it appears that AI is a tool used by both sides – it’s similar to an escalating arms race. Can you talk about how AI […]
Enterprise technology solutions are predicated on the knowledge that large scale businesses face continual, often evolving challenges. Most enterprise IT vendors’ offerings and services are designed to help clients successfully address existing problematic issues and digital transformation challenges. The best vendors have the foresight, skills and expertise to help enterprises effectively prepare for ever greater […]
DigiCert this week launched a comprehensive digital trust solution that unifies certificate authority (CA), certificate management and public key infrastructure (PKI) services. Trust Lifecycle Manager, now available as part of the DigiCert ONE platform, is a major product launch that was years in the making. DigiCert is well known for helping companies implement digital trust […]
So you think you can predict the course of technology in the year ahead? Really? I have my doubts. In the many years I’ve covered enterprise tech, I’ve never looked ahead and seen such a rapidly shifting landscape. As the pace of innovation leaps ahead, the leading sub-sectors of IT have become increasingly complex: Artificial […]
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This week Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, announced that the Chase Center, home of the seven-time National Basketball Association champions Golden State Warriors, is using its Wi-Fi 6E access points (APs) to deliver faster, better wireless connectivity. This makes the facility the first live entertainment venue to deploy the latest version of wireless LAN […]
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Enterprises worldwide have clearly faced a wide array of serious business, logistical and operational challenges during the past few years. Equally undeniable is the value that many have realized from technology solutions that helped them adapt to those challenges. As a result, companies have survived or even thrived despite elemental shifts in the way they […]
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The new solutions Dell Technologies introduced at CES 2022, along with three new workplace Concepts announced in mid-December, are good examples of products that help employers and employees address business and marketplace shifts. That is especially important for products used in the workplace, including endpoint PCs and laptops. Let’s take a look at what’s new […]
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Over the holiday break, the onetime king of mobile, BlackBerry, issued a post reminding users that as of January 4, 2022, Classic BlackBerry devices will no longer function – including the ability to make 911 calls. The decommissioning of these devices is another milestone in the long, slow demise of a company that ruled the […]
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In a nutshell, edge computing is any computing that occurs on the edge of the network rather than in a centralized server. If you dig deeper into edge, you’ll see that edge computing deployments – often supported by cloud computing providers – are part of a distributed infrastructure, which enables the compute power to be […]
One of the unexpected results of the pandemic was the digital transformation of everything. Windows 11 itself was the result of Microsoft realizing that even more people than anticipated will be working in a hybrid style. Microsoft recently held its Education Event, where it announced the Surface Laptop SE and Windows 11 SE, which address […]
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The first thing I noticed when I picked up the new iPhone 13 Pro was the weight. This phone is a half-ounce heftier than its predecessor, and it’s slightly thicker. The added size and weight is there to overcome user concerns about battery life by installing a bigger battery. Turn the iPhone 13 Pro around […]
Organizations worldwide are racing to build applications that reach their customers where they are—and often that means mobile phones and tablets. Slow and bug-ridden mobile apps leave users frustrated or even drive them to competitors. Creating exceptional user experiences across a plethora of mobile devices and platforms is imperative, but seeing and solving performance issues […]
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I spoke with Rich Waldron, CEO of Tray.io, about trends in the Integration-Platform-as-a-Service (iPaas) sector, including how low code automation plays a key role. Among the topics we discussed: Let’s talk about the iPaaS sector, and what drives company interest in this sector? What about the market for low code automation: what are a couple […]
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I spoke with Andrew Duncan, CEO of Infosys Consulting, about how the tech sector will be affected if we enter a recession in 2023. Among the topics we covered: Clearly it appears that tech will face headwinds in 2023. It seems that a recession or slowdown is ahead. How do you expect this to influence […]
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I spoke with Abhijit Bose, Head of Enterprise Machine Learning and AI Engineering at Capital One, about how to optimize a machine learning deployment, from handling typical challenges to preparing for the future of MLOps. Among the topics we covered: First let’s briefly define MLOps, machine learning to enhance operations. What’s your nutshell definition? As […]
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I spoke with Sylvain Tremblay, Sr. VP of the Video AI Business at Uniphore, about how AI systems “read the room” to help sales reps and executives. Among the topics we discussed: What is Emotion AI, and what are a couple of key trends you see driving the sector? What can companies do to improve […]
I spoke with Mihir Shukla, CEO and Co-Founder of Automation Anywhere, about the RPA market and the challenges and potential of intelligent automation. Among the topics we discussed: What trends are moving the RPA market here in 2022? It feels like the technology is still quite new but gaining rapid adoption. As companies move to […]
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I spoke with Silvio Savarese, Chief Scientist at Salesforce, about a software tool that enables users to create executable code using simple English prompts. In otherwords, a step forward for conversational AI. Among the topics we covered: As you survey the growth of low code and conversational AI, what are a couple of key trends […]
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Clearly, both of these solutions, IBM QRadar and Splunk, address a growing market demand for cybersecurity. There is no shortage of challenges facing cybersecurity teams: an increase in the volume and sophistication of cyberattacks, an explosion of data, an expanding attack surface, disjointed security tools and a shortage of skilled security staff. Both QRadar and […]
I spoke with Richard Kerris, VP of Omniverse Platform Development at NVIDIA, about the technology that fuels today’s collaboration, and the trends driving the generational shift toward hybrid work. Among the topics we discussed: There is a lot of buzz around the metaverse. What exactly is the metaverse? How will this help us work more […]
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