Information security used to be able to lock down data. Now we must beware of how algorithms handle our secrets.
The spooky-sounding name was probably never a good idea.
We are on the cusp of a robotics revolution in which the boundaries between artificial intelligence and biology are blurring.
Had artificial intelligence been named something less spooky, we’d probably worry about it less.
Artificial intelligence no longer exists just in the realm of science fiction. Enterprise AI is coming of age and cognitive computing is now actively improving business processes and strategies.
As companies embrace technologies such as the Internet of Things, big data, cloud, and mobility, security must be more than an afterthought. But in the digital era, the focus needs to shift from securing network perimeters to safeguarding data spread across systems, devices, and the cloud.
Here are 3 shifts that companies can make in IT to more successfully mine their data.
The Internet of Things is a fast-growing, increasingly complex network of connected devices. This excerpt from an Open Mind article touches on blockchain as a way of securing this new ecosystem.
Poor areas have lousy Internet. Here’s what Trump can do to help them.
Private cloud or public? On-premises or off? Here are five things to keep in mind when weighing the private-vs.-public cloud question.