Mobile device management (MDM) is a major element of the fight to secure devices and there are many ambitious options in the MDM sector.
Interest in serverless computing frameworks is rising sharply, but the risk associated with being locked into proprietary architectures or investing in a framework that ultimately dies on the vine due to a lack of industry support is a major concern for most IT organizations.
In terms of 2018 security and compliance trends, AI and ML are generating buzz, but the jury is out on how (or if) they can be most effectively used.
Deep learning in general, done right, is a game changer, and products that use this AI approach have a high probability of being massively better than their more traditional competitors.
Adobe has advanced its case for being at the center of digital business transformation initiatives.
Mobile device management (MDM) deals with the basics of securing devices. It was the first response once the mobile ecosystem figured out that people were doing real work with real data from mobile devices. MDM is a foundational element of security mobility.
While Red Hat has provided storage management software for years, the acquisition of NooBaa marks the first time Red Hat is moving into the realm of data management.
Cisco has outlined a multiyear strategy for layering artificial intelligence (AI) into its unified communications portfolio that spans everything from translation to automatically adjusting smart cameras.