The three biggies in technology, Microsoft, SAP, and Adobe are set to collaborate to bring Open Data Initiative to bring data across all of their platforms into one package running on Azure. Together, the three longstanding partners are reimagining customer experience management (CXM) by empowering companies to derive more value from their data and deliver world-class customer … [Read more...] about Adobe, Microsoft and SAP announce Open Data Initiative to empower a new generation of customer experiences
Microsoft announced Windows Virtual Desktop, a new Azure-based service that provides a full virtualized multi-user Windows 10 experience. There are plenty of third-party solutions for running a Windows desktop in the cloud, but until now, Microsoft itself seemed hesitant to offer the same kind of user experience. Today, however, the company announced Windows Virtual Desktop, a … [Read more...] about Microsoft’s new Windows Virtual Desktop lets you run Windows 10 in the cloud
A security researcher had found a flaw which allows potential hackers to spoof URLs in Safari and Edge while visiting a malicious link. However. even weeks after disclosure, while Microsoft has patched the flaw, Apple hasn't yet shown interest in patching it. The vulnerability is the result of what researcher Rafay Baloch describes as a race condition that would potentially … [Read more...] about Safari, Edge fans: Is that really the website you think you’re visiting? URL spoof bug blabbed
T-Mobile Says Hackers Accessed Data on Millions of Customers One of the premier telecom operators in the US has suffered a massive data breach. The telecom operator, T-Mobile said in a statement that hackers gained entry into its web servers and may have access to personal identifiable information of 2.5 million T-Mobile customers. The company said that that the hackers may … [Read more...] about T-Mobile data breach, Windows 10 zero-day, crashing App troubleshooter can leak private info, Air Canada’s App hacked, NASAA investigating 200 ICOs
The short answer to the above question is “no”. But let’s get into the specifics. Clearly for many companies, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the range of Cognitive Technologies are strategic to their businesses and organizations. Indeed, for many companies, AI is as fundamentally important to their long-term well being as their IT organizations and finances. So, if you have a … [Read more...] about Do Companies Need a Chief AI Officer (CAIO)?