Dassault Systèmes (3DS) to Acquire Medidata for a Reported $5.7B By Year EndJune 17, 2019
Dropbox Targets Collaborative Workspace TransformationJune 17, 2019
Zoom Earnings — Crushing It, But There Are Big Hurdles AheadJune 17, 2019
What the Ponemon Authentication Report Discovered About Password Practices in the WorkplaceJune 17, 2019
Slack Has a Product People Love to Use — Is It Enough?June 17, 2019
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How to Think About Security Awareness for Your OrganizationMay 9, 2019
2019 Cybersecurity Trend ReviewJanuary 30, 2019
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SMACtalk Live: AI and Analytics Must Kill Prehistoric Marketing with Steve RudolphNovember 12, 2018
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
Whose Fault Is It? Getting to Problem Resolution in Multi-Vendor EnvironmentsApril 3, 2018
Utilities Can Survive Digital Disruption with Hybris SolutionMarch 9, 2018
Dassault Systèmes – the French software giant behind 3D virtualization platforms like Solidworks and Catia (CAD), Simulia (virtual simulation), and 3DExcite (marketing virtualization) – is planning to acquire Medidata, a leading American clinical trials platform company, for $5.7B. The deal is expected to be finalized sometime before the end of 2019. Read the full press release from Dassault here. Dassault ...
From the Dropbox blog, June 11, 2019: “Today, we’re unveiling the new Dropbox. It’s the Dropbox you know and love, but better. It’s a single workspace to organize your content, connect your tools, and bring everyone together, wherever you are. The first thing you’ll notice is an all-new Dropbox desktop app that we’re introducing today through our early access program ...
Zoom Video Communications (NASDAQ: ZM) reported first-quarter results for fiscal 2020 on Thursday that delighted investors, who sent shares zooming 18.4 percent higher on Friday and then came back for a buying encore on Monday, driving shares up another 8.5 percent. In its first quarterly report since going public in April, the Silicon Valley-based videoconferencing specialist’s revenue soared 103 percent ...
This year is not even halfway over, and yet there have already been numerous data breaches that made the news—with Collection #1 being just one of them. Such attacks should serve as constant reminders that you need to better protect your passwords and other personal information if you want to reduce your odds of becoming the next victim of cybercrime ...
“Team chat app company Slack on Monday provided guidance on its business for the current quarter, showing it expects slowing revenue growth as it prepares to go public later this month. Slack said in a statement that for the second quarter of its 2020 fiscal year, which ends on July 31, it expects revenue of $139 million to $141 million ...