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Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fi...
Machine data is a goldmine and is growing fast. IT leaders, says Splunk's Tapan Bhatt, need to leverage it and gain greater insights into security and their customers.
Despite email's drawbacks, it appears here to stay for a while. Workshare's Barrie Hadfield says enterprises can fill in the gaps with effective collaboration and document manageme...
Too many firms lack security visibility into their networks, while hackers prowl using stolen credentials. The solution, says Exabeam, requires user behavior intelligence.
Startup markets tend to ebb and flow. Here are five trends to watch from enterprise startups this year.
As sensor tech and IoT grows, firms need to enhance their capacity to collect data and derive business-critical information via analytics. Find out how in our Q&A with Savi SVP And...
Learn about BlueData's turn-key solution that creates an Amazon EMR-like self-service consumption model for big data infrastructure in private data centers.
Alex Howard thinks 2015 will be a big year for digital government services and identity in the US. He also profiles the startup ID.me, which will provide identity software for Conn...
Discover some of the best books about technology and society from the past year, along with great science-fiction novels hinting at what's yet to come.
In the wake of the Sony Pictures hack, many in IT are suggesting that trends to "liberalize" access to external technologies is partially to blame. Should IT go back to being the "...