These 15 predicted trends will shape the big data and analytics market in 2017.
Stories by Thor Olavsrud
Former Amazon executive John Rossman says these 10 principles can help leaders successfully approach the internet of things.
To help you stay ahead of emerging threats, here are five key data breach trends that you should anticipate in 2017.
Millennials are moving into IT decision-maker roles in their organizations. A study by Microsoft and Wakefield Research suggests they are more likely than their non-millennial peers to push their organizations to embrace the public cloud and adjust IT policies to better enable innovation.
The internet of things (IoT) promises to change our world --- and 2016 was the year it began to realize that potential.
As digital transformation overtook the enterprise in 2016, security professionals have struggled to keep up with a shifting technology and cultural landscape while keeping one eye ahead on the threat horizon.
To help build an ecosystem around IBM Blockchain and the Linux Foundation Hyperledger Fabric, Big Blue is offering a revenue-sharing program, along with tools and expert support.
As part of its digital transformation, Ricoh has migrated its eDiscovery business to Microsoft Azure. The reasons: scalability, security and performance.
Organizations say they are increasingly focusing on data-driven decision-making to guide their businesses, but a majority of business leaders lack confidence in the insights generated from data and analytics. Professional services firm KPMG says data and analytics leaders need to make establishing trust a priority.
Local, state and federal government officials agree that smart cities initiatives, enabled by the Internet of Things (IoT), will deliver cost and operational efficiencies.
The good news is that most organizations now have a data breach preparedness plan. But the bad news that many don't review, update or practice it, according to a new study,
With the help of GE Power, the New York Power Authority is leveraging sensors and predictive analytics to reduce unplanned downtime and make its 16 generating facilities and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines more efficient.
Citing escalating demand from customers looking to transform their operations with Internet of Things and artificial intelligence technologies, IBM makes a $200 million investment in the IBM Watson IoT global headquarters in Munich.
Splunk is making machine learning capabilities a core capability of its real-time operational intelligence platforms to help companies use predictive analytics to optimize IT, security and business operations.
A new report by the Information Security Forum (ISF) outlines the steps you can take to determine your mission-critical information assets &and create customized plans for protecting them.