Cybersecurity is one of the few brights spots in the IT budget. But it's not a market with strong product differentiation - despite what marketers might have you believe. How can cybersecurity startups achieve wide adoption?
Examining the results of several reports from security companies that do enterprise penetration testing.
This week - headless meets serverless, in search of frictionless - is it more than buzzword bingo? Microsoft and Twitter kick tires on TikTok, but the Trump administration has them on the clock. In your whiffs, nudists chase wild boars, while AI fails a Minority Report test.
Last month's Twitter hack and a strident blog by a security researcher/developer prompt thoughts to explore the cognitive dissonance underlying enterprise security attitudes and actions.
A safe return to the workplace means pulling data in from multiple systems via APIs, says Mulesoft's Ian Fairclough.
The 'biggest cash cow there is' - the potential (or threat) of DNA profiling as part of organizational HCM
While employee monitoring is nothing new, advances in DNA profiling raise the stakes immeasurably without care being taken.
No way, Huawei! Brexit Britain's decision to ban Chinese firm from 5G rollout will please Trump, but cripple the UK's infrastructure future
The US will be pleased by the UK's decision to cut ties with China's Huawei, but it's an act of Washington-appeasement and digital self-harm for which Brexit Britain will pay dearly.
Introducing an important technology that should be on the radar of enterprise CISOs using cloud services for sensitive applications.
What one of the founding fathers of the Internet would do differently...if he thought he could get away with it!
Enterprise hits and misses - the future of work vs mental health, Macy's vs reality, and AI vs enterprise results
This week - employers are pushing to re-open, but the future of work brings a slew of new issues. AI gets an enterprise reality check, while Macy's takes glass-half-full to a digital extreme. The diginomica team rounds up one more wave of virtual events. Plus: an epic "AI" whiff.
Enterprise hits and misses - the future of work isn't in the office, cybersecurity is the remote work bugaboo, and Microsoft shuts down storefronts
This week - companies push to re-open, but is the office dead? The future of work sharpens. Remote work forces companies into uncharted security territory. Cloud purists form an alliance, and I pay tribute to an enterprise legend gone too soon.
Friday Rant - if your business plans depend on 5G, think carefully about what you do next given the Huawei psycho-drama!
Political talk of ousting Huawei as a provider of 5G kit would come at a huge cost for Brexit Britain, both in terms of cost and technological ambition. An aggrieved UK taxpayer makes his case for everyone calming down.