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Digital Transformation And Cybersecurity During Covid-19

Digital Transformation And Cybersecurity During Covid-19

Digital Transformation – This is beyond working from home.

The proliferation in working from home has brought new security challenges to the forefront that include attacks on not just businesses, but also government records, celebrities and coronavirus vaccine development data. In the healthcare industry alone, cyberattacks have increased by 150% within the last few months.

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Why Monitoring is being supplemented by Observability

Why Monitoring is being supplemented by Observability

The classic methods of monitoring computing platforms created a vast array of odometers and graphs that displayed the changes over time of critical system parameters.

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Battles Of Dirty Money And Blockchain: How To Trace Stolen Crypto

Battles Of Dirty Money And Blockchain: How To Trace Stolen Crypto

Blockchain – I have watched as the amount defrauded in the crypto space has grown to more than $12 Billion and despite global efforts, 98% of cases going unsolved.

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IoT Investment Is Not Just About The Money — It's About The Time

IoT Investment Is Not Just About The Money — It’s About The Time

In 2019, Vodafone’s annual Internet of Things (IoT) barometer (registration required) reported with optimism about the impact of the IoT as adoption surged during the year. After surveying close to 1,500 qualified executives involved in shaping their company’s IoT strategy, suppliers and requirements across a variety of industries and regions, Vodafone found some 34% were already using IoT solutions, and of those, some 76% described their IoT project as mission-critical.

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Three Reasons AI-Powered Platforms Fail

Three Reasons AI-Powered Platforms Fail

If you’ve found yourself thinking, “There’s an AI-powered solution for everything these days,” you’re not far off.

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6 Lessons IT Security Can Learn From DevOps

6 Lessons IT Security Can Learn From DevOps

DevOps has largely taken over the enterprise software development world. The mashup of software development and IT operations has brought faster software releases and more responsive application development to many organizations. And we know the big question left on everyone’s minds: What lessons can IT security learn from all of this?

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Responsible IoT Innovation Is A Real Opportunity For Social Change

Responsible IoT Innovation Is A Real Opportunity For Social Change

IoT – Smart, connected devices have already had a huge affect on people, culture and the workplace. However, we haven’t even begun to see the disruptive potential of IoT innovation. According to a forecast by Gartner, Inc., 5.8 billion edge devices will be deployed in 2020. There’s no question that IoT innovation will change society permanently — and, ideally, for the better.

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The power of standards

The power of standards

Have you ever wondered why railroads are the width they are? US railroads are 4 feet 8 ½ inches in width, this may seem like a weird measurement, but there is actually a good reason for it.

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The secret to exploiting your investment in messaging middleware!

The secret to exploiting your investment in messaging middleware!

Messaging Middleware – Large enterprises generally expend about ¼ of their entire IT budget on the systems and processes to connect the disparate systems that make up complex application stacks.

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Five Machine Learning Algorithms Entrepreneurs Should Understand

Five Machine Learning Algorithms Entrepreneurs Should Understand

Machine Learning – Entrepreneurs and investors should take note of how artificial intelligence (AI) is disrupting business in every vertical.

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Shareholder Value versus Lifetime Customer Value.

Shareholder Value versus Lifetime Customer Value.

A business has to choose a pathway, either to focus on the needs of shareholders or the needs of customers. No one likes to hear this, because in the perfect world, we’d love to think that we can do both.

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If Bitcoin Crashes Below $10,000 It’s All Over—Here’s Why

If Bitcoin Crashes Below $10,000 It’s All Over—Here’s Why

Bitcoin has declined sharply this week, losing over 5% in under 24 hours and causing traders to nervously eye the psychological $10,000 per bitcoin level.

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