BLOG

SubjectData Blog and News

Cyber Security
Amendaze Thomas

AWS achieves FedRAMP JAB High and Moderate Provisional Authorization across 16 services in the AWS US East/West and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions

AWS is continually expanding the scope of our compliance programs to help your organization run sensitive and regulated workloads. Today, we’re pleased to announce an additional array of AWS services that are available in the AWS US East/West and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions, marking a 17.7% increase in our number of FedRAMP authorizations since the

Read More »
Uncategorized
Jessica Davis Senior Editor Enterprise Apps

CIO Influence Shifts as Cloud Spending Rises

As more IT spending goes to cloud providers, IT organizations are seeing their influence and control shift. Unapproved, unsanctioned rogue technology has been sneaking its way onto the enterprise infrastructure for decades now with PCs, spreadsheet applications on floppy disks, Palm Pilots, and iPhones. Eventually all these technologies got ingested by IT departments, which took

Read More »
Uncategorized
Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer

Bias: AI's Achille's Heel

Bias can result in undesirable AI outcomes. A recent DataRobot survey says organizations are most concerned about its impact on trust and their reputations. Image: Stock.adobe.com Business and IT leaders are realizing that artificial intelligence should be implemented carefully to avoid unwanted results. In the race to implement AI over the past several years, most

Read More »
Tech News
noreply@blogger.com Unknown

Azure founders reflect on Microsoft's first decade as a public cloud vendor

Microsoft’s Azure operating system, codenamed “Red Dog,” was designed by a team of Microsoft OS experts including Dave Cutler, the father of VMS and Windows NT starting in latter half of the 2000s. Azure launched in February 2010 and has become the foundation of the “new” Microsoft over the past decade. In 2008, I had

Read More »
Uncategorized
Jessica Davis Senior Editor Enterprise Apps

What's Next: AI and Data Trends for 2020 and Beyond

After a year of consolidation and post-hype AI deployment disappointment, here’s what we can expect for 2020 and beyond. The year 2019 was a busy one in the data, analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence markets. Yes, there was quite a bit of consolidation among some big players with Salesforce acquiring Tableau, Google acquiring Looker,

Read More »
Uncategorized
Bret Greenstein Global VP Cognizant

When Is It Ethical to Not Replace Humans with AI?

There are legitimate questions about the ethics of employing AI in place of human workers. But what about when there’s a moral imperative to automate? Image: zapp2photo – stockadobe.com It is by now, well-known that artificial intelligence will augment the human worker and, in some instances outright take jobs once handled by humans. A 2019

Read More »
Tech News
noreply@blogger.com Unknown

The ultimate benefit of DevOps: freeing developers to be developers

DevOps may be about rapid, well-timed software releases, but perhaps the most compelling benefit may be what it does for developers’ psyches.  That’s the word from Gene Kim, noted DevOps thought leader and co-author of The Phoenix Project , a seminal work in the DevOps space, and author of the recently published work, The Unicorn Project.

Read More »
Uncategorized
Alok Mehta Independent Technology Consultant

Strategic Hiring in Today's Changing Technology Landscape

CIOs, CTOs and hiring managers should apply these four elements when assessing tech candidates. Image: Olivier LeMoal – stockadobe.com Hiring in today’s IT world is as complicated as ever. With changing technologies and decentralized architecture, along with cloud-focused, software-defined life cycles, how should chief information officers and chief technology officers look for good resources?   First

Read More »
Uncategorized
Stan Lequin VP and General Manager Insight Enterprises

Tech We Can't Live Without, Growing Pains and 2020 Insights

In 2020, expect to see these trends in technology work together to create solutions to improve how businesses and society work together. Every year, technology that was once cutting edge becomes obsolete as new ideas enter the space. 2019 was a big year in the high-tech world. Here’s a look at new tools that are

Read More »
Tech News
noreply@blogger.com Unknown

Cloud computing, 2020 style: serverless on a learning curve

It’s well documented that traditional IT architectures are not suited for the real-time rigors of today’s fast-paced digital economy. But even cloud services — initially brought in to swap out on-premises legacy technology for online equivalents — may not be enough to cut it anymore. “Customers not only expect zero downtime, they demand consistency in

Read More »
Scroll to Top