Yes, chatter around the cloud is pretty common these days, but the fact of the matter is, if you’re not properly implementing it within your organization, the benefits could breeze past you. Perhaps that’s why a lot of organizations still have their own data centers.
Through a partnership with IBM, the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants is training CPAs on technology such as artificial intelligence and data science—and preparing them for a rapidly changing landscape.
A new partnership with Amazon will bring a wider audience to the Skin Cancer Foundation’s content, expertise, and advice related to the world’s most common cancer.
A new report from the tech association says that while IT departments maintain a role in tech buying, other units that would have once handed off the process are now taking more of a hands-on role.
The music industry’s reluctance toward streaming services offers a great way to think about how you position your own offerings in the marketplace—especially depending on how broad the appeal of those offerings actually is.
A new website from CTIA, the U.S. wireless industry, will help consumers, businesses, and police identify lost or stolen smartphones available for resale.
Industry groups largely found the Trump administration's long-gestating cybersecurity order palatable, though tech groups were more mixed. At least one critic suggested that the initiative shifts cybersecurity too much into the hands of the military.
The IoT M2M Council says that its strategy for procurement offerings, based on a wiki format, is meant to standardize the process and create a useful starting point for both vendors and purchasers.
Why a slew of recent Hollywood cyberattacks should have associations looking closer at their vendors. Also: A fundamental way to increase member engagement.
Of the many online threat vectors out there, perhaps the most common and dangerous is the phishing email, in part because it’s proved to be so effective. Read on for a few considerations when building out a response plan within your organization.