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I spoke with Ryan Orsi, Worldwide Partner Lead, Security, at AWS, about handling cloud security issues, and news updates on AWS cloud security. Among the topics we discussed:  What do you see as the state of cloud security here in 2022? What are the key challenges companies are grappling with? What’s your advice for handling […]

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The RSA Conference is the industry’s biggest cybersecurity show, and it hosts the premier startup competition, Innovation Sandbox. In the competition, 10 entrepreneurs pitch their startups to a panel of investors and industry luminaries. Forecasters and early adopters take note: For over a decade, this competition has produced major brands like Cylance, SentinelOne, Cybereason, and […]

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The world is more interconnected than ever, which is blurring the lines between work and personal connectivity. For organizations, taking a strategic approach toward digital trust is necessary, including building standards, overseeing compliance/operations, and addressing growing security risks due to the massive number of connected devices. DigiCert is one vendor that’s helping companies implement digital […]

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Micro Focus ArcsSight and Splunk operate in the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) space. Both offer broad monitoring and analytics of security incidents, potential threats, and analysis of logs. Buyers looking for a general SIEM platform are likely to find both solutions on their list of strong candidates. Overall, though, there are plenty of […]

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I spoke with Kris Lovejoy, Global Practice Leader for Security and Resiliency at Kyndryl, about why conventional approaches to security are insufficient – and how to remedy this situation. See the podcast and video below. Edited highlights from the transcript: What steps should companies take to protect enterprise security? Lovejoy: My very simple recipe, given […]

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Most organizations have adopted a multicloud strategy that creates a “mix and match” approach to security. Yet there’s a problem with this reliance on cloud providers. Unlike legacy on-prem solutions that were managed with a common security management solution, the security posture for public clouds varies significantly based on provider. It’s not within the client’s […]

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I spoke with Art Ocain, VP of Cybersecurity and Incident Response at Airiam, about why small and mid-size enterprises are more prone to cyberattack – and how to address this problem. Among the topics we covered: What’s the state of online fraud attacks today, specifically in the SME market? What’s an example of a company […]

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Networks and the valuable data they hold are under attack as never before. That’s bad timing for today’s digital organizations, as they continue to struggle to find anyone with cybersecurity skills, much less the experience and qualifications they truly need to fill their roles. Too many alerts and repetitive tasks done by too few people […]

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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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What Is Edge Computing? Your Complete Guide

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 […]

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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 […]

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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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Digital Transformation Guide: Definition, Types & Strategy

It’s hard to pinpoint the first use of the phrase “digital transformation,” but it has been around since at least 2012. And of course, the process of digitization, or migrating towards computerized technologies, has been going on since the 1960s. Indeed, for nearly a decade, industry pundits have been telling enterprises to embrace digital transformation, […]

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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 […]

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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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I spoke with Luke Wilson, Founder and CEO of ManageXR, about the state of the virtual reality market, and how VR can support training and collaboration in enterprise settings. Among the topics we discussed: What’s the state of the enterprise VR market? What are a couple of key trends you see in 2022? What’s a […]

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I spoke with Liz Centoni, Chief Strategy Officer and GM for Applications, at Cisco, about her predictions for future developments in emerging technology. Among the topics we covered: Prediction: “Data deluge, data gravity, and the need for predictive insights will propel the Edge toward whole new application development and experience paradigms.” I agree that the […]

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I spoke with Bernd Gross, CTO of Software AG, about how decentralized networks and IoT will drive a wave of innovation. Among the topics we discussed: What is Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)? DLT is related to blockchain, right? How can DLT help companies transform business strategies? How can DLT be combined with IoT to help […]

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I spoke with Margaret Lee, GM & SVP, Digital Service and Operations Management at BMC Software, about how AISM pairs with technologies like AIOps, and her forecast for the future of AISM. What is AI Service Management? How does it differ from AI Management? How is AI being used in the real world, in conjunction […]

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