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Archives for May 2019
Google Cloud scores FA digital transformation partnership
News 31 May, 2019 Connor Jones The FA's national training centre will receive a big tech upgrade with a view to enhance player performance
Salesforce launches blockchain platform for CRM
News 31 May, 2019 Keumars Afifi-Sabet Low-code tool will give customers the ability to build networks and share datasets with partners
What do recent public SAP exploits mean for enterprises? | TECH(talk)
Recently released public SAP exploits (dubbed 10KBLAZE) could pose a security risk for thousands of businesses. Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis and CSO Online’s Lucian Constantin discuss the fallout of 10KBLAZE, and how businesses using SAP should respond.
Automation, AI Impact: The Future of Work
Automation and AI will replace some job tasks today, and the workforce and demand for skills will evolve for a new future.
AWS launches Textract tool capable of reading millions of files in a few hours
News 30 May, 2019 Connor Jones The machine learning-powered tool promises to be the most accurate for scalping data
Exposed business data rises by 50% to 2.3 billion files
News 30 May, 2019 Keumars Afifi-Sabet Yet long-overdue changes to AWS servers see exposed files on S3 buckets plummet to less than 2,000
Cisco security spotlights Microsoft Office 365 e-mail phishing increase
It’s no secret that if you have a cloud-based e-mail service, fighting off the barrage of security issues has become a maddening daily routine. The leading e-mail service – in Microsoft’s Office 365 package – seems to be getting the most attention from those attackers hellbent on stealing enterprise data or your private information via phishing […]
Survey finds SD-WANs are hot, but satisfaction with telcos is not
This week SD-WAN vendor Cato Networks announced the results of its Telcos and the Future of the WAN in 2019 survey. The study was a mix of companies of all sizes, with 42% being enterprise-class (over 2,500 employees). More than 70% had a network with more than 10 locations, and almost a quarter (24%) had over […]
AI Makes it Harder to Understand What’s Real
Awesome, not awesome. #Awesome“Computers were as good or better than doctors at detecting tiny lung cancers on CT scans, in a study by researchers from Google and several medical centers…[b]y feeding huge amounts of data from medical imaging into systems called artificial neural networks, researchers can train computers to recognize patterns linked to a specific condition, […]