Business and IT leaders are discovering that data management and the rigidity of existing legacy systems make it difficult to achieve digital business transformation goals.
The Developer Test Network provides developers with a sandbox where they can develop applications on top of a network overlay based on the Marconi Protocol.
In some cases, mobile application management functionality is delivered in standalone MAM platforms. In others, it comes as a module in a broader suite of services. In either case, the tasks MAM performs are vital.
Attending the final hours of this FTC trial raised several serious and troubling questions about this proceeding and future ones among tech companies and government agencies.
How is 2019 shaping up? Not surprisingly, it is destined to present a characteristically scary array of potential problems in mobile enterprise security.
The core element of any business application is data. Better data produces better results, and this is particularly relevant when it comes to critical functions like customer relationship management (CRM) and the underlying database.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is quickly evolving from a valuable piece of software to a core function of the enterprise regardless of size or business model. The reason is simple: Businesses live and die by their customers.
5G will likely be a powerful asset to business operations, but is your security going to be able to keep up with it?
Converting documents into a digital format has become a much bigger concern as organizations invest in the development of various types of AI models to automate business processes.
Consumers and enterprises have been hearing a lot about 5G for a few years. The development curve has accelerated.
The Linux Foundation has released the first long-term support version of the Hyperledger Fabric framework along with a Hyperledger Grid reference architecture designed to make it simpler to build supply chain apps.
Blockchain will transform the supply chain in 2019.
The FTC got involved in litigation at the request of Apple and Intel, which could backfire on them. The effect on Qualcomm and the smartphone market may not be what they intended.
What do experts think will happen in 2019 when it comes to data privacy?
About the only thing most IT organizations can agree on going into 2019 is that, to one degree or another, they want to have a digital business transformation strategy.
Watch to see if strategic acquisitions and enterprise turning to open source to address security ends up as a trend in 2019.
Not all of the cybersecurity predictions surrounding AI and ML are positive.