The retail industry has been among the hardest hit when it comes to cyberattacks and data breaches. And no wonder, considering how unaware many victims are that they've been infiltrated.
More than 140 technolocy companies have joined forces in urging President Obama to reject legislation that they say would create "backdoor access" to personal information stored on mobile phones.
Can DevOps declare victory yet? Not quite, but soon.
While Gartner has predicted that around a quarter of large enterprises will use DevOps by next year, analysts there also expect to see a 90 percent failure rate among enterprises trying to implement DevOps if they don't properly address process and culture.
I lay out four critical actions that the DevOps community can work on to help businesses succeed in DevOps, including better defining the DevOps stack, embracing legacy code and making sure everyone understands the goal.
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Coming into 2015, FierceCIO took a stand hoping that the New Year would be the Year of the IT Woman. There is still much to be done to make that dream a reality, but there have been several positive signs in recent weeks.
Organizations need all the competitive advantages they can find today, and one important opportunity is to turn traditional technology and business models into "platforms" of innovation.
Organizations can now limit the devices that will be allowed to synchronize with OneDrive for Business.
Apple aims at the enterprise with upcoming split-screen mode and multi-user support on the iPad, says report
Citing sources in the know, a new report on 9to5Mac claims that Apple could be ready to show off a new split-screen feature as early as next month.
According to data from the MIT Sloan Center for Information Systems Research, most IT investments have little, and sometimes negative, impact on financial performance. Leading organizations are adopting a customer-first approach to prioritizing IT investments, which is in turn driving new profits and efficiencies.
News Scan: HP earnings report shows slipping revenues, profits; More technologies competing for IT budgets; More
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Google is working on an operating system to run Internet of Things devices under the Android brand, according to a report by The Information, citing people familiar with the project.
Many of us remember the annoying Windows "Clippy" assistant. Well, the latest app from Microsoft resembles Clippy in name only. Microsoft's OneClip app synchronizes a user's clipboard across iOS, Android, Windows Phone and Windows PC, reported The Next Web.