Amazon's 'AWS-everywhere' vision isn't unique; Microsoft is doing something very similar with Azure and Azure Stack, just not as brashly.
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.
Beyond the evil facial recognition myth - can AI play an ethical role in predictive threat detection?
The stories on facial recognition advances lean strongly towards the concern side, with a host of consequences poorly addressed during rollouts. But is there an AI-for-good role in threat prediction?
Despite the 'tech company’ mantle still front-and-center, the available business solutions both grew in number and waved ever-more strongly from around the edges of tech presentations.
The skills gap extends inevitably to the cyber-security field.
Some stark conclusions about the current worldview around cyber-security.
Great results on the track require an equally strong technology performance off it, says F1 team’s IT chief.
Three national governments cast Facebook in the role of putting children at risk by refusing to step back from end-to-end encryption. What's the real agenda?
Enterprise hits and misses - DevOps gets a security overhaul, analytics gets ROI, and DoorDash gets hacked
This week - DevOps gets one step closer to DevSecOps as security grabs the headlines. Lessons for analytics ROI are revealed and questioned. DoorDash gets hacked, and earns a fragrant whiff in the process.
A winning DevOps formula explored.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Will Oracle take full responsibility for customer data in its autonomous cloud?
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison took to the stage yesterday to say that ‘it’s on Oracle’ and the autonomous database to protect data, not the customer.
A story with the word `mainframe’ in it, so look away now. But then you might miss something that, for any business throwing high volumes of sensitive data around their networks, could prove to be worth at least a bit of investigation.
Oracle OpenWorld 2019 - Oracle beefs up cloud security, announces three new features to build on Autonomous Database success
Can Oracle’s autonomous features - removing the need for human management - be a competitive edge in a world where buyers are so security conscious?