• February 22, 2018 22 Feb'18

    Deep learning algorithms power startup's beauty database

    Deep learning algorithms are changing how we drive cars and navigate outer space. What about saving our skin? Silicon Valley startup Proven Beauty has a plan.

  • February 19, 2018 19 Feb'18

    GRC professionals: Regs, big data, cloud top IT priorities 2018

    Regulatory initiatives remain at the top of GRC pros' lists of tech projects, according to TechTarget's annual IT Priorities 2018 survey, but grab less attention than last year.

  • February 16, 2018 16 Feb'18

    CISO responsibilities: Building a mission-based cybersecurity program

    'Vanquish the enemy you can see ... then prepare for the next engagement.' Brooks Brothers' Phillip Miller gives fellow CISOs new ways to think about a cybersecurity program.

  • February 12, 2018 12 Feb'18

    Neurala claims 'lifelong deep neural nets' don't forget

    Boston startup Neurala says it has developed deep neural networks that can learn on the fly. Neurala's COO Heather Ames explains.

  • February 07, 2018 07 Feb'18

    Study: CIO and CTO execs, procurement pros ID common pain points

    An Insight Enterprises survey of CIO and CTO executives and procurement professionals finds agreement between IT and business operations on typical technology pain points.

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  • February 05, 2018 05 Feb'18

    Critical elements CIOs need to build an AI team

    Top-notch recruiters, organizational structures that engender trust, and attention to ethics are key to ensuring your AI team succeeds.

  • February 02, 2018 02 Feb'18

    IT Priorities 2018: Network upgrades, automation, cloud make the cut

    The TechTarget IT Priorities 2018 survey finds that networking, automation and cloud projects will keep IT pros busy. IoT and AI lag, but that doesn't mean they aren't happening.

  • January 31, 2018 31 Jan'18

    Cloud computing interoperability, portability key to multi-cloud unity

    Companies struggling with multiple cloud services need to strive for cloud computing interoperability and portability, the Cloud Standards Customer Council says. First up – define the terms.

  • January 31, 2018 31 Jan'18

    The race to marry AI and cloud computing is on

    Amazon, Microsoft and Google are in a race to ally AI and cloud computing by incorporating deep learning, machine learning and other AI functionality into their product offerings, giving developers ...

  • January 31, 2018 31 Jan'18

    Law firm: Trump administration policies may reshape IT outsourcing

    Trump administration policies on the H-1B visa program for foreign workers and 'political uncertainty' may accelerate the move to the cloud in 2018, a Mayer Brown attorney says.

  • January 31, 2018 31 Jan'18

    Ransomware outbreak threat calls for backup and DR strategy

    IT departments deploy a range of data restore approaches to mitigate the risk of a debilitating ransomware attack. Time is of the essence, however.

  • January 31, 2018 31 Jan'18

    The 2018 CIO budget plan: The goal is lofty, but is the money there?

    Digital transformation and underlying technologies -- cloud, AI, DevOps -- dominate CIO strategies this year, but it's unclear whether CIO budgets are up to the task.

  • January 31, 2018 31 Jan'18

    CIOs need an AI infrastructure, but it won't come easy

    From picking vendors to upskilling staff, folding an AI infrastructure into enterprise architectures isn't simple. Experts at the recent ReWork Deep Learning Summit zero in on the issues.

  • January 30, 2018 30 Jan'18

    In 2018, legal tech trends attest to power of data

    Data becomes paramount, worldwide laws may call for contractual changes and the demand for digital services is prompting a litigation shift, according to law firm Mayer Brown.

  • January 30, 2018 30 Jan'18

    Digital epidemiology takes on the flu with help from you

    John Brownstein, chief innovation officer at Boston Children's Hospital and a professor of biomedical informatics at Harvard Medical School, is a notable digital epidemiology researcher. It's a ...