At the 2018 RSA conference, Ben Cade, CEO of security firm Trustonic spoke with TechRepublic about how Trustonic's parent company, ARM, approaches mobile security: Cade: So one of the heritages of Trustonic obviously is ARM. And the company looked at what were the issues in the PC? So as we
Building a slide deck, pitch, or presentation? Here are the big takeaways: Google released Dialogflow Enterprise Edition, a platform that helps businesses implement conversational interfaces into their services. Many companies, including Best Buy, Ubisoft and Ticketmaster, are already using Google's Dialogflow Enterprise Edition. Google's Dialogflow Enterprise Edition was officially released
Alexa , Amazon's digital assistant, is everywhere—it's in smart speakers (from Amazon and other manufacturers ), it's on smartphones , and its platform called Alexa for Business helps enterprises integrate Alexa into next-generation smart offices. Alexa is impressive , but it's still limited to the capabilities Amazon has given it.
Wrapsody's graphical interface shows how much an employee revised, viewed, and engaged inbound or outbound documents. Fasoo has updated its Wrapsody enterprise document platform solution with behavioral analytics to solve issues with information management and ROT (redundant, obsolete, trivial) data, the company said. Wrapsody collects actual usage logs wherever documents
Building a slide deck, pitch, or presentation? Here are the big takeaways: 51% of IT professionals said cloud/hybrid IT was their organization's no. 1 most important IT strategy today. — SolarWinds, 2018 44% of iT professionals ranked containers as the most important technology priority. — SolarWinds, 2018 The cloud continues
A career in information technology (IT) takes a lot of planning. Choosing from the many available certifications determines which sort of career options are available to you. Whether it's system administration, networking , or security that interests you, you're sure to find plenty of certifications that match what you're looking
When it comes to essential security requirements for businesses, the electronic communications policy is decidedly unsexy. A painstakingly detailed document is rarely read in full outside of the employee onboarding process, and often languishes, unchecked, in the abyss of corporate paperwork. That said, an electronic communications policy serves as the
Red Hat's secret formula for making billions of dollars selling free software is not-so-secret, as I've recently written . What still remains somewhat shrouded in mystery, however, is what's driving Red Hat's business. In a word: Cloud. A year ago, analysts pointed to the cloud as a harbinger of Red