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Four misconceptions about open source technology - Acquia
Despite widespread adoption around the globe, open source technology continues to generate questions about its security and performance.
Caution needed in AI implementation for A/NZ businesses
Moving slowly and prudently towards the adoption of AI solutions is a strategy that’s likely to serve an organisation better than a fast-paced embrace of AI-centric architecture.
Why finance and IT must work together to implement RPA
In the accounting department, robotic process automation sees automation software running on a workstation perform many of the tasks formerly carried out by accountants.
Why next-gen CRMs need real-time data for forecasting
The problem is that many finance departments are still stuck making important business decisions based on last quarters’ numbers.
Where cloud migrations still come unstuck - ThousandEyes
It’s not just code that needs refactoring for the move to cloud.
Riding the frictionless wave with cloud-based apps – Talend
The term has been co-opted in recent years to describe the phenomenon of commercial processes which appear to work smoothly and effortlessly.
Key threats businesses must be vigilant against – LogRhythm
At home and abroad, companies anticipate cyber-crime will be the most disruptive economic crime of 2019 and 2020.
Protecting organisations from insider threats - Bitglass
The biggest challenge for most external threat actors is gaining access to a target organisation, but insider threats already have this.
Why AI algorithms are only as good as the data they’re fed - Snowflake
If this data is of poor quality or contains bias, this will have a significant impact on subsequent decisions made by the software.
Overcoming deepfakes with deep learning
In the past couple of weeks, there have been high-profile examples of deepfakes, where deep learning, an advanced subset of AI, is used to manipulate videos to create fake videos.
Protecting remote staff from phishing attacks – WatchGuard
Close to 50% of Australian employees worked remotely for at least half the time, according to a 2018 survey by IWG.
Interview: Node4's CEO talks SaaS, stack, DX, and colocation
DataCentreNews EMEA recently spoke with Node4’s CEO, Andy Gilbert, at Techfest, an event hosted by Node4 as part of London Tech Week.
Who is really responsible for cloud security?
The joy and the temptation of SaaS is that it is so easy to buy without IT even needing to be involved.
How to stop your data from getting hijacked - SolarWinds
Organisations often struggle to avoid man-in-the-middle attacks because hackers target infrastructure the organisation has almost no control over.
Cybersecurity: Starting with the human factor
In a recent report by Dell EMC, it was discovered that data-loss incidents cost Singapore organisations an average of US$1.4 million over 12 months.
Q&A: Aruba optimises UX through network monitoring
UXI enables IT teams responsible for managing networks, such as office spaces, healthcare facilities and schools, to simulate real-world network usage experiences.
Using data to drive decision-making in the digital era – BOARD International
Business intelligence tools can be useful aids for executives weighing up their options and deciding which way to jump.
Security risks of neglecting the workforce experience – Avaya
Government departments and enterprises are wasting millions of dollars every year on cybersecurity because they fail to also invest in the user experience.
Data challenges to growth in the APAC region
In order to meet and ultimately overcome data challenges throughout the APAC region, industries must address their current storage solutions.
Infor: Future-proofing the supply chain
Technology can help provide the necessary insights to make smart decisions and take proactive stances.
How flexible identity systems support mobile working – Ping Identity
Increased time outside of the official workplace has become the reality of working life for employees in a rapidly digitising economy.
The evolution of network programming
To describe development stages as “evolution” makes it sound too smooth and easy because, in practice, each step-change results in severe industry dislocations.
Redefining power and energy for smart cities
How can we sustainably power the cities of tomorrow? The answers might lie in relooking some central components of smart cities – data centers, electrical vehicles (EVs) and smart homes.
Meeting the card payment industry’s compliance requirements - Kemp
Combating CNP (card not present) fraud has become a key priority across the entire e-commerce community.