Enterprise IT Watch Blog

Dec 18 2017   7:11AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (12/11 – 12/18)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

Artificial intelligence
Edge computing

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How is your company handling cyberattack prevention? Check out seven tips to protect you data from malicious attacks in this week’s roundup.

1. Harvard IT exec: Take these seven cyberattack prevention steps now – Jason Sparapani (SearchCIO)

Go ahead and check out cutting-edge software for airtight IT security, Harvard Business School’s CTO says. But first, renew your focus on cyberattack prevention.

2. 1.4 billion stolen credentials found on dark web – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

A massive repository containing more than 1.4 billion stolen credentials was found on the dark web with special features for malicious actors.

3. CORD project updates platform to support edge computing – Jennifer English (SearchSDN)

With its latest release, the CORD project moves to become a primary infrastructure to support edge computing. Also, Juniper plans to move OpenContrail to The Linux Foundation.

4. AI experts: Business alignment key to AI implementation – Ed Burns (SearchBusinessAnalytics)

For enterprises to benefit from AI tools and techniques, experts at AI World stressed that technology needs to be grounded by a tight focus on how it can improve business goals.

5. Hitz: NetApp market growth hinges on cloud, data management – Garry Kranz (SearchStorage)

Storage stalwart NetApp celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2017. NetApp founder Dave Hitz reflects on its evolution and the impact of Cloud OnTap, Data Fabric and SolidFire HCI.

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