10 Tech Predictions for 2020: Apple, Tesla, Netflix and moreJanuary 28, 2020
HP Continues To Fight Xerox Overtures… As It ShouldJanuary 27, 2020
Apple’s Deal With Broadcom Reveals Big Numbers But Leaves QuestionsJanuary 27, 2020
Epic Systems Moves Away From Google Cloud Citing Security Concerns — The Healthcare Industry Should Take NoteJanuary 27, 2020
AQSACOM Shows Why Lawful Cyber Intelligence is Top Priority for 5G WorldJanuary 27, 2020
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2019 Cybersecurity Trend ReviewJanuary 30, 2019
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SMACtalk Podcast: Diving into the Visual Cloud With IntelSeptember 12, 2018
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Tackling Supply Chain Challenges In The Food & Beverage IndustriesOctober 12, 2018
VantagePoint – 7 Steps Toward Intelligent ReportingSeptember 14, 2018
Firewalls vs SBCs: Understanding the OSI Stack Model and Implications for RTCApril 30, 2018
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Utilities Can Survive Digital Disruption with Hybris SolutionMarch 9, 2018
With topics like 5G, Cloud and SaaS dominating the conversation in technology in 2020, what will this means for the biggest players in these spaces? Here are 10 tech predictions for what I expect to happen over the next 12 months. 1. Apple’s 5G iPhone is delayed. There are many bets that the company will see another big year of ...
The News: In Xerox’s latest effort to get HP to bend to its will and combine the two companies, it announced its intent today to try to replace the entire HP board of directors at the company’s stockholder’s meeting in April. That would be the same board that unanimously rejected Xerox’s takeover bid. Xerox and HP have been playing a highly public game of tit for tat ...
The News: Broadcom will sell $15 billion of wireless components to Apple, it announced in a SEC filing on Thursday. The parts will be used in forthcoming Apple products launching in the next three and a half years, according to the filing, which said that Broadcom and Apple had entered into two separate agreements. The announcement did not specify which components Broadcom would provide ...
Epic Systems Moves Away From Google Cloud Citing Security Concerns — The Healthcare Industry Should Take Note
The News: Privately held Epic Systems, one of the largest providers of electronic medical record systems companies to hospitals and healthcare organizations in the United States, has announced a move away from Google Cloud, notifying — and warning — customers that it will not pursue integrations with Google Cloud and will instead focus on utilizing Microsoft Azure and Amazon’s AWS ...
The News: AQSACOM provides Cyber Intelligence software solutions for communications service providers (CSPs) and law enforcement agencies (LEAs). For over two decades, the company has been pioneering solutions for lawfully locating, intercepting, monitoring, and analyzing criminal communications and network activity. As a company with a distinct, 100% focus on cyber intelligence, AQSACOM’s mission is to substantially increase LEA success and ...