by Angela Guess A recent press release out of the company reports, “ Splunk Inc., provider of the leading software platform for real-time Operational Intelligence, today announced five new members of the Splunk Adaptive Response Initiative. The growing program, initially announced last year, is a best-of-breed security initiative helping organizations better analyze, assess and respond …
Data Quality and Data Governance have been an ongoing concern among global data technology vendors and enterprises for some time. Privacy and security issues are no longer the headaches of large enterprises alone; Big Data, Hadoop, Cloud Computing platforms, the Internet of Things (IoT), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offerings, and social data have all added to rising Data Quality and Data Governance concerns.
Consider… American Authorities are confident that the Russian Government was behind the cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee. Did that attack change the course of the U.S. presidential election?
THOUGH BUSINESS APPLICATIONS FOR NANOTECHNOLOGIES, ENERGY SYSTEMS, biotechnology, and quantum technologies may seem light-years away, in reality they are approaching rapidly. In the next three to five years, expect to see business use cases emerge and pioneering deployments accelerate around these once-futuristic technologies.
Artificial intelligence is a powerful, strategically important technology that can turn your organization into a predictive enterprise. But CIOs need to work with their CEOs to clarify the business case for A.I. Get ready for the A.I. revolution, but ask questions like these: How will we delight customers? Become more competitive? And what type of A.I. should we embrace?
We are at the edge of yet another evolution for the Identity and Access Management (IAM) industry. Applications are being deployed at incredible speeds with user populations demanding access from wherever they are, whenever they want, from any device.
Gartner, Inc. forecasts that 8.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. Total spending on endpoints and services will reach almost $2 trillion in 2017.
It’s still an evolving world out there, though, when it comes to issues around offering information your company possesses to others and leveraging third-party data you license, as well as putting your data to use to improve internal business processes, and better support the products and services your customers want to buy. Data monetization strategies can help with this evolution.
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