Nothing is rarer in the enterprise than a provocateur with substance. Could Constellation's Steve Wilson be one of those? At the Connected Enterprise 2019 event, I put Wilson to the podcast test - pressing him for context on "Identity is Dead."
Facial recognition technology has an ominous reputation - and for good reason. But are there beneficial applications? Athena Security and D-ID believe the answer is yes. Here's my take on our recent discussions.
Enterprise hits and misses - Black Friday shoppers give their omni-verdict, while data hackers breach and breach again
This week - shoppers issue their first holiday shopping verdict - from the couch. Retail's holiday winners and losers are taking shape. Data hackers and black hats pull off another breach-filled week. Your whiffs include smart devices outsmarting themselves.
Ooops! When you claim the moral high ground, make sure your house is in order...
President Barack Obama and Apple CEO Tim Cook talk about the problems society faces in the face of abuse of tech platforms.
Dreamforce 2019 - 30 seconds that said so much about Salesforce, ethics and a wider debate in the tech industry
Ethics, privacy and shaking hands with government - Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block takes a stand.
The CCPA isn’t a rerun of Europe's GDPR, even though some of the problems it tackles may be exactly the same.
Salesforce builds out its customer data management capabilities and teams up with AWS and Genesys on an open spec for data exchange
Enterprise hits and misses - digital transformation gets a once-over, while Microsoft ups the U.S. privacy stakes
This week - digital transformation is scrutinized: how do we get to results? Microsoft extends California's pending privacy perks, blockchain gets critiqued, and a Google privacy whistleblower steps forward. As we reel into Dreamforce, I've got a whiff for Apple.
Data and the allure of the enterprise wellness market drive Google's $2.1 billion Fitbit grab, but privacy concerns won't be healthy
Google wants to buy Fitbit, but is it a safe custodian of healthcare data from millions of consumers?
Privacy Shield's annual makeover still can't cover over all the wrinkles around transatlantic data transfer
Privacy Shield's make-up has been touched up for another year, but how much longer can we paint over the cracks?
Twitter crashed on Wall Street after Q3 numbers spectacularly missed expectations.
A smirk and some by-now familiar obfuscation, but Zuckerberg did finally get some tough questioning from US legislators...