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DAILY VIDEO: Google releases a new application performance management tool, and Microsoft Excel gains new AI-powered data types.
Red Hat releases the beta of the Fedora 28 community Linux distribution, providing a preview of new capabilities coming in May.
The 2018 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index reveals that 25 percent fewer records were breached in 2017 than in the prior year, but there is a big catch: The figure doesn’t include records impacted by ransomware.
eWeek’s Chris Preimesberger and Sean Michael Kerner discuss how preparations for the EU’s GDPR will go a long way toward improving your organization’s IT hygiene in the long run.
Polaris represents a big step forward for Rubrik in its evolution from a new-gen storage software provider to a full-fledged data management company.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook has admitted that third parties could have used an account “search and recovery” tool to scrape personal data from most of the company’s 2.2 billion user accounts.
Helping build AI warfare technology will irreparably harm Google’s brand and its technology industry reputation, workers say in letter to CEO Sundar Pichai.
Startup SWIM.AI emerges from stealth with technology that applies deep neural networking models to enable data analysis at the edge of the network.
The strategy was to develop a cloud-based solution that allows cross-company go-to-market business processes using access-based access control security method.
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