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This Beyond the Page informs InfoSec pros of the security concerns related to third-party vendor access, and how an enterprise IAM strategy can help.
IBM acquired cognitive computing provider AlchemyAPI in the hopes it can whip up an application elixir that gives Watson new life.
Workforce optimization software can make contact center agents more efficient and help them provide timely service to customers.
Accountancy software firm Sage has released new cloud-based software, highlighting the gap between the use of cloud and on-premise in the workplace and declaring a move away from traditional ERP
As NHS England restarts its Care.data programme, we look at how it is intended to work, the legislative background and the data security concerns
Without using any exploits, hackers can turn synchronisation services such as Dropbox, GoogleDrive and Box into a devastating attack tool, warns Imperva
This Computer Weekly roundtable, hosted by Blue Yonder, discusses capabilities business leaders and corporate IT need to develop for digital