Must-have Information for IT & IT Security Pros
I spoke with former MIT blockchain instructor Anders Brownworth about how entrepreneurs and small businesses might begin using blockchain in the near future. In his view, blockchain is a profoundly interesting technology—though it may also be a limited one.read more
Reducing risk to an acceptable level without slowing down the speed of business is the mandate for IT security teams today.
Like Walter White’s car wash or Tony Soprano’s waste management business, cloud computing is now such a common, everyday type of business that criminals feel OK using it as a front for their nefarious dealings.
Adults with mobile connectivity capabilities are likely to be online “a lot,” according to a January 2018 survey conducted by the Pew Research Center. This incessant need to have our phones with us has been coined by researchers as “nomophobia,” or “no-mobile-phone-phobia.”
I joined Verint’s annual user conference, Engage, this past week in Dallas. This post summarizes several takeaways from discussions with company executives and customers at the event.
Last week, I traveled to Orlando to attend Interactions 2018. This post reveals several takeaways from discussions with company executives and customers at the event.
The autonomous car industry is facing several technical as well as legal challenges, including radar interference, driving in extreme weather conditions, and the current lack of necessary laws and regulations.