Much like data in and of itself, AI presents businesses with both challenges and opportunities. And that’s what we set out to explore in partnership with the team at Atos.
The Imperva data breach had serious consequences for CEO Chris Hylen, who has stepped down. This should get the attention of CEOs and senior leaders everywhere. Doing everything you can to create a business strategy with security at its core while also endeavoring to create a security first culture within the organization are business mission critical. Especially if you want to keep your job.
Adobe Creative Cloud vulnerability leaves 7.5 million customer emails exposed. The good news is that the misconfigured environment has been shut down. The bad news is that that’s 7.5 million users whose emails, and other information that could possibly be used by hackers, is potentially out there floating around.
Google looking at a Fitbit acquisition? That makes perfect sense. Here are my thoughts on why, not the least of which is all about the data. Which Google very badly wants. It’s also about Google finally being able to compete with Apple in the health and fitness space. Oh, and note that Fitbit’s stock is having a field day, trading up about 27% this afternoon.
News that breaks on a Friday night is often ignored, but not this news. The Pentagon announced the award to Microsoft of its $10 Billion technology services contract, often referred to as JEDI, usurping the perceived-front runner Amazon (and making good on my prediction).
Are U.S. firms going to bite on Huawei’s 5G licensing proposal? Here’s a look at the current state of affairs as it relates to China’s dominance over the U.S., in 5G and other aspects of technology, and where we might go from here.
Amazon is changing the returns game, largely without consumers even noticing. In fact, I predict the ecommerce giant is also working to change the ecommerce delivery game as well, and is already quietly going about the business of retraining customers and resetting expectations. Here’s how.
There are rumors that the US government is looking at ways to help Huawei rivals like Nokia, Ericsson, Cisco, and others, with funding and other incentives to help counter the early advantage in the 5G market established by the Chinese company.
Mastercard, Visa, Stripe, eBay, and Mercado Pago all bail out of Facebook-led Libra cryptocurrency project, likely due to fears of increased regulatory scrutiny to their own businesses as a result of their participation. Can’t say I blame them.
AirPods are built to be obsolete. If you’re lucky, you’ll maybe get two years’ use out of them. Here’s what you can do about your dying batteries—and it’s not much, but it might save you a little cash. But there are, of course, other options out there that might be worth exploring.