In the healthcare world, the quality of the provider’s IT support can have a major impact on the health, even lives of patients.
We discuss the compelling case for killing off Skype in favour of Lync, and why there’s a fair chance this is what Microsoft might have in mind.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/05/26/why-microsoft-should-dump-skype-and-roll-its-user-base-into-lync/
Burning man is both an intrinsic part of Silicon Valley and a DJ party in the desert. It’s a place where folks are free to run around in sparkles and spandex and leather and nothing, covered in dust. A place for rich people to party and nude hippies to dance around the fire.
Howard Williams, marketing director at Parker Software, explores how recent artificial intelligence mishaps show that AI still isn’t ready to take our jobs just yet.
If you aren’t GDPR compliant you’re likely to be in some serious trouble in the next few months.
Northern England, namely Manchester, is getting its first Amazon office.
If it happens, it will happen in 2020 or 2021, new reports claim.
In the data supply chain, businesses within the financial services space need to understand and to audit what happens to the data across the process.
Earlier this year, BlackBerry sued Facebook in the US for infringement of multiple patents, relating to various aspects of Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp & Instagram.
Developing a deep understanding of customers behaviours and preferences is the key to unlocking your data potential says Stuart Robb, CEO and founder of Equiniti Data.
Sports organisations are investing heavily in data-driven decision-making all the way from the players to the stadium experience itself.
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How can organisations ensure that their applications are protected on their own networks and across multiple clouds?
rtoz writes The more cores — or processing units — a computer chip has, the bigger the problem of communication between cores becomes. For years, Li-Shiuan Peh, the Singapore Research Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT,
astroengine writes With its heavily cratered, geologically dead surface, Saturn's moon Mimas was considered to be scientifically boring. But appearances can be deceiving. Using data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft,
Despite being four years old, this 60-second spot for a brand of kitchen countertops is still some of the best, most realistic 3D I've ever seen. It's not only the perfect produce falling in slow motion—it's everything. The ink drops, the bits of quartz, the stones, the gas, the vitroceramic.
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