How machine learning is helping to stop security breaches with threat analytics

Bottom line: Machine learning is enabling threat analytics to deliver greater precision regarding the risk context of privileged users’ behavior, creating notifications of risky activity in real time, while also being able to actively respond to incidents by cutting off sessions, adding additional monitoring, or flagging for forensic follow-up.

Separating security hacks fact from fiction

It’s time to demystify the scale and severity of breaches happening globally today. A commonly-held misconception...

By Louis Columbus, 27 June 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Data & Analytics, Enterprise Mobility, Security.

The CIO's role is moving to customer obsession - but many lack the tools to do it

The CIO role is moving ever further towards customer experience as a priority; yet new research argues a 'digital deadlock' means the C-suite is struggling at delivering new KPIs.

The study, from analytics provider Accedian, argued that three in five (61%) CIOs polled feel entirely responsible for customer experience. The vast majority (99%) agreed that this aspect was in their job description.

95% of CIOs polled said their teams were at least partially responsible for delivering excellent customer...

By James Bourne, 26 June 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, CIO, Data & Analytics, Research.

Myth-busting mobile in the enterprise: Combining speed with sustainability in device rollout

Opinion Technology moves at a remarkable pace of acceleration. For enterprises, that means “the perfect solution” is a dynamic moving target. Unfortunately, your mobile spend capacity and business requirements are not as dynamic, so creating a mobility program for those needs is no small feat. Does that mean that the speed of mobility will always outpace your capacity to engage and harness it for your enterprise?

By Ross Homans, 24 June 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility.

The seven mistakes CIOs can make with blockchain – and how to overcome them

Gartner appears to really have it in for blockchain – or at least, wants to make sure organisations don’t dive in head first and make a serious mistake.

The analyst firm has put together a list of seven mistakes to avoid in blockchain projects as part of its latest research, including misunderstanding use cases, wrongly assuming key standards, and ignoring governance issues.

By James Bourne, 12 June 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Big Data, CIO, Research.

Is the speed of mobile technology too fast and too furious for the enterprise?

Opinion If you think of technological advancement for the enterprise as a highway, there seem to be two distinct lanes with very different speeds.

The first lane is where “traditional” technology such as monitors, laptops, and desktops live. While OEMs refresh this technology every year (usually timed to chipset refreshes from Intel and their...

By Ross Homans, 03 June 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Enterprise Mobility, Tablet, Wearables.

Australian enterprise 5G market likely to generate billions – and be critical for business applications

The Australian enterprise 5G market is predicted to generate nearly $45 billion AUD (£24.5bn) on an annual basis by the mid-2020s, including next generation application development, IT services, platforms and connectivity, according to Telsyte.

The market researcher’s latest report found more than two-thirds (68%) of IT and business leaders already perceive 5G as an important technology for their business strategy...

By Enterprise CIO, 30 May 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, Productivity.

Report: Two in three industrial firms are accelerating AR deployment to improve productivity

Two thirds of industrial companies polled by PTC say they are accelerating deployment of augmented reality (AR) to improve worker productivity.

In a newly released ‘State of Industrial Innovation’ report series, PTC has analysed the industrial AR and IIoT markets. Among the findings included in the latest AR report are those focused on delivering enhanced methods of training for frontline workers, enabling the workforce optimisation necessary to address the growing skilled labour shortage the...

By Enterprise CIO, 21 May 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, App Platforms, Employees, Productivity, Wearables.

Does your organisation need a chatbot or a digital agent? Three important distinctions

Conventional ITSM solutions are finding it difficult to cope up with today’s business needs. Complex public, private and hybrid cloud infrastructures add hundreds of thousands of endpoints to the network, and they all must be managed. More is being demanded of IT professionals at the same time that IT talent is hard to find. Organisations are in search of new ways to provide excellent customer service and meet their service level agreements (SLAs).

AI is being touted as the answer for many of...

By Dr. Akhil Sahai, 21 May 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Employees, Productivity, Security.

A blueprint for open source language automation: How enterprises and developers can benefit

Open source languages continue to gain popularity. As they do, the organisations using them confront challenges related to their deployment, management and updates. Developers need to keep these languages free from vulnerabilities and threats, at the same time as they are coding new software. And that software must integrate with legacy and polyglot tech stacks. This has all become a drain on productivity that’s untenable in today’s fast-moving, fast-iterating...

By Bart Copeland, 15 May 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Design, Development.

IoT, AI and blockchain all key to digital transformation – but ensure you get the millennial view

It is widely accepted that a confluence of emerging technologies will be key to future business transformation. Yet there may be a difference of opinion dependent on generation, according to a new report.

The study, from KPMG, aimed to highlight divergent opinions between global tech leaders and millennials. According to the report – which polled more than 740 business leaders and 600 millennials working in the...

By James Bourne, 14 May 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Enterprise Mobility, IoT, Productivity.