Nylas says it saves developers over 1,524,240 hours per year by integrating just once with its RESTful API.
GoodData founder and CEO Roman Stanek on DataOps, radical openness, and how Snowflake changed the data value chain
Big things are happening in the world of data analytics as the 'data for everybody' movement picks up pace.
Microsoft/MITRE group declares war on machine learning vulnerabilities with Adversarial ML Threat Matrix
Attacks on machine learning are far more common than many security analysts admit and most are unprepared to deal with them.
How the U.S. leading suicide and crisis hotline for LGBTQ youth is surviving the pandemic with a little help from its Big Tech friends
Vonage and Salesforce are helping The Trevor Project volunteer counselors work safely from home to help youth in distress during the Covid crisis.
Apstra developed and pioneered a new way to manage networks and it is making a significant difference in data center operations.
Who needs Siri for the Enterprise? Everybody, says iGenius CEO about his crystal.ai ‘virtual advisor'
Imagine being able to access all of your company's complex and siloed data sources from one place by asking your smart phone. That's the iGenius promise.
A competition for developers to use their mastery of new technologies to drive positive change across the world through code
Big tech is playing a growing role in fighting climate change and promoting the use of data to encourage energy efficiency.
Imagine where you'd be if you had started your work from home transformation two years ago. Everise did just that.
Proof that it is possible to source, recruit, hire, train, and manage a large workforce globally in a work at home environment.
The TikTok saga resembles a Medieval soap opera more with every twist and turn. The big question is why Microsoft or Oracle want to buy a potential regulatory nightmare.
In the face of the lingering pandemic, the key to success-even survival-for many businesses is the ability to quickly respond and adapt to new opportunities.
The death of call centers is greatly exaggerated. But they are changing.
The voting result of Proposition 24 on California ballots this November could represent an inflection point in the evolving privacy topic.