At a recent Harvard University event, academics and industry professionals shined a light on the ethical challenges in big data's near future.
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IBM's Watson continues to push the envelope for what can be done with technology and some fear the cognitive computing system will push IT pros out of a job.
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Cable management typically requires cumbersome manual approaches. As the pace of data center operations accelerates, automation must infiltrate the cable infrastructure.
In this week's blogs, analysts discuss Cisco Mobility Express and examine whether enterprise networks can really handle an explosion of Internet of Things devices.
Due to the demand for professionals with backgrounds in both computer science and networking, filling cybersecurity jobs is difficult. Technology will have to play a bigger role.
Hardware is still a critical component in data center networking equipment, but the influence of switch software shouldn't be overlooked.
Malicious actors have found new ways to attack non-jailbroken iOS devices, but experts say the YiSpecter iOS malware may not be as dangerous as it sounds.
Malware is increasingly using DNS tunnels to aid in data exfiltration. Expert Nick Lewis explains how the attacks work and how best to defend against them.
Expert Bill Hayes examines the strengths and weaknesses of top-rated data loss prevention (DLP) products to help enterprises make the right purchasing decision.
Experts Matt Heusser and Michael Larsen present use cases for three categories of application testing tools you need to know: automation, bug tracking and coverage.
Matthew Heusser's new book, "Save Our Scrum," explains the risk behind diluted Scrum and how to make Scrum implementations work for your enterprise.
Many QA organizations avoid turning to ALM tools for test documentation, but using them can make it easier to manage test cases and scripts.
Customers Calvary Church and Look Photography needed a more cost-efficient file-sharing tool and found Connected Data Transporter did the trick.
Data capacity challenges -- and the anxiety they bring -- result from the rapid explosion of data growth combined with barely increasing budgets.
It's hard to tell which storage techs will stand the test of time, but looking back at some of yesterday's storage technologies can help.