On 25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect, giving regulators unprecedented power to impose fines, and requiring large-scale privacy changes across organizations if they conduct business in Europe.
A recent World Economic Forum report predicts that by 2025, 10 percent of GDP will be stored on blockchains or blockchain-related technology. The potential of blockchain technology is certain to be realized in a world where data protection and verification is of such high importance.
The recent Cambridge Analytica scandal has resulted in a global uproar, with Facebook users furiously deleting their accounts en masse in a collective ‘up yours’ to the platform’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg.
Salesforce, WordPress, Simplemachines, BB engines…they all have demos for community-building tools that will daze and amaze. But which one’s for you? Don’t go shopping until you’ve answered these questions.
The World Wide Web is gearing up for “the right to be forgotten”, it is nearly impossible to erase the entire digital foot print. Despite all the ‘forget’ mechanisms, backups and cloud duplication would have happened in the dark web.
Intel reveals new desktop "Coffee Lake" Core processors, along with four new chipsets that add quick-wake 'modern standby' capabilities.
The influx of data and its consumption is permeating our daily lives. Explosion of data, hyper convergence, and innovations in the IT infrastructure have made data center solutions a critical factor across all sectors.
Today, we all are subjected to campaigns and recommendations that are increasingly accurate and delivered using Machine Learning and AI. As per an IDC report, by 2021, customer engagement AI applications alone would add one trillion dollars to the world economy in the form of increased revenue, lowered expenses and improved productivity.
The myth of the glass ceiling in IT remains a wicked problem. Women have shaped computer science, from Ada Lovelace to Grace Hopper and Mary Lee Berners.