Microsoft confirms it will release the final version of its SQL Server 2016 database management software on June 1.By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 5/2/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
ReSTful APIs make it easy for applications to manage data and metadata on a global basis without intense recoding of applications.By Steve Bohac Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager at Red Hat, 5/2/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Fans of Tesla's gasp-inducing Ludicrous mode will be happy to know the acceleration boosting technology will be available for the Model 3. By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 5/2/20161 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Amazon turned in a strong first quarter, with sales growing 28% worldwide on an expanding Prime customer base. The company's AWS division also posted solid earnings.By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 5/2/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Even with a slew of new security tools and compliance guidance, there are still things you can do to protect this critical business system.By Sean Martin CISSP | President, imsmartin, 5/2/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
With the US Supreme Court's approval, warrants to search and seize digital data will be able to authorize government hacking anywhere. By Thomas Claburn Editor at Large, Enterprise Mobility, 5/2/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Organizations are failing -- and badly -- assessing the risk of attacks and data breaches from vendors and supply chains, according to a recent Ponemon Institute study. The solution starts at the top.
By Charlie Miller Senior Vice President, The Santa Fe Group, 5/2/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
The Intel Museum, located at the chipmaker's corporate headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif., reveals fascinating facts and insights into the company and its technology, including how processors are actually made, the history of these chips, and what the future holds.By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 5/2/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Here's a look at 10 programming languages that will make you rich, popular, and incredibly attractive. Or they might just help you get or keep a job -- which is better, anyway. By Curtis Franklin Jr. Executive Editor, Technical Content, 5/1/20161 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Real-time open source data projects gain momentum; FICO updates its predictive analytics suite. Samsung introduces new devices for IoT; and a new contest for creating tools to analyze satellite data is launched -- all in this Big Data Roundup for the week ending May 1, 2016. By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 5/1/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Microsoft is restricting Cortana to work only with Bing and Edge, and eliminating the use of third-party browsers and search engines for its digital assistant.By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 4/30/20165 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Microsoft is working with Twist Bioscience, a company that encodes data onto microscopic and long-lasting synthetic DNA. By Michelle Maisto Freelance Writer, 4/30/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Microsoft this week published Office updates for April, launched a new workflow app, and released a major new Windows 10 preview build so Insiders can help with bug-squashing.By Kelly Sheridan Associate Editor, InformationWeek, 4/30/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Google is looking to bring together its diverse array of hardware products, which includes its Glass wearable headgear and TV streaming stick Chromecast, under a newly created division. By Dawn Kawamoto Freelance Writer and Editor, 4/29/20162 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Flash storage is maturing, and the latest products are taking on a more general-purpose storage function. To meet those needs, IBM introduced three such arrays this week.By Charles Babcock Editor at Large, Cloud, 4/29/20161 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Tablet shipments declined during the first quarter, but a curious change is occurring. Interest in detachable tablets like Microsoft Surface is increasing, while interest in traditional slates decreases.By Eric Zeman , 4/29/20161 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Wearables, wireless audio, and the connected devices that are paving the way to the Internet of Things are driving spending in the consumer tech market in 2016, according to a report from the Consumer Technology Association. By Nathan Eddy Freelance Writer, 4/29/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Yes, it’s true that the speed of DevOps has made security more difficult. But that doesn’t mean accelerated release cycles and secure applications have to be mutually exclusive.By Robert Reeves CTO & Co-Founder, Datical, 4/29/20160 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Building a Mobile Business MindsetThe differences between mobile apps and conventional Windows clients, or even web applications, are far more than skin deep. Yes, the touch-versus-keyboard interface, APIs, and programming languages are new, but that’s arguably the easy part. There are profound differences in how the two are built, the functionality each prioritizes, the release cycles on which they’re developed — even the attitudes, values, and work styles of the developers creating them.
Dark Reading Threat Intelligence Survey Threat intelligence is the best way to stay ahead of new and complex attacks, say survey respondents. How analytics influences their IT security strategies varies.
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