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  • December 20, 2017 20 Dec'17

    2017 cloud computing headlines show upside, hurdles for CIOs

    Multi-cloud, the AWS outage and serverless computing all made their way into SearchCIO's most-read 2017 cloud computing headlines.

  • December 18, 2017 18 Dec'17

    Training data for algorithms must be right, not just plentiful

    Machine learning algorithms require training data -- and a lot of it -- to get the models working correctly. But more training data alone doesn't necessarily make for smarter algorithms, according ...

  • December 15, 2017 15 Dec'17

    Net neutrality ruling requires measured, informed CIO response

    After the net neutrality ruling, Forrester's Glenn O'Donnell has some advice for CIOs: "Don't freak out."

  • December 15, 2017 15 Dec'17

    At AI World, 'black cat' problems and data mysteries abound

    Dun & Bradstreet's chief data scientist explains why AI teams must accept that their intrepid data explorations may turn up ... nothing. Plus: Five AI 'vectors of progress.'

  • December 12, 2017 12 Dec'17

    Customer success managers: Guides to client happiness

    Customer success managers help clients define success -- then they help them get there, according to a software vendor employee who has the title.

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  • December 12, 2017 12 Dec'17

    Harvard IT exec: Take these seven cyberattack prevention steps now

    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.

  • December 12, 2017 12 Dec'17

    Big cities more resilient to job automation than small cities, according to new research

    There's no doubt that job automation will disrupt the labor market. But while most of us talk about when, Iyad Rahwan is focused on a different question: Where? Rahwan, associate professor of media ...

  • December 08, 2017 08 Dec'17

    Conversational commerce rudimentary but full of promise

    Conversational commerce between a human and an artificial intelligence is immature and mostly brokered by the tech giants. That doesn't mean CIOs shouldn't put in their two cents.

  • December 06, 2017 06 Dec'17

    Job searches reveal top skills for tech positions

    A new report by jobs site Indeed shows skills in JavaScript library React are becoming critical to land jobs. Also important is cloud computing know-how.

  • December 05, 2017 05 Dec'17

    What Intel's Bob Rogers looks for when hiring data scientists

    Among the traits Intel's chief data scientist looks for when hiring data scientists is the ability to convert business goals into highly specific questions.

  • November 30, 2017 30 Nov'17

    Shape Security's Blackfish designed to combat credential stuffing attacks

    Credential stuffing doesn't often make the news, but it's a $10 billion a year problem, according to Shuman Ghosemajumder, CTO at Shape Security in Mountain View, Calif. The term describes the ...

  • November 30, 2017 30 Nov'17

    Digital transformation strategies: Progress in telecom, banking

    A new Ovum survey cites telecom and banking as the industries making the most progress in digital transformation, while also ranking big data and APIs as the top tech enablers.

  • November 28, 2017 28 Nov'17

    AI meets the comments section, and the results aren't in yet

    The comments section at the bottom of news stories, blogs and Instagram posts has become a place for incivility. Without the resources to monitor every single comment written, news organizations ...

  • November 21, 2017 21 Nov'17

    How to win in the AI era? For now, it's all about the data

    Deep learning pioneer Andrew Ng explains why data, not algorithms, gives companies a first-mover advantage in the current AI era. Plus: the four traits of an AI company.

  • November 21, 2017 21 Nov'17

    A CIO lesson in the fast-fading distinction between Amazon and AWS

    IT folks see Amazon and AWS and think retailer and cloud provider, but these powerhouses share a different view. What does their symbiosis say to CIOs?

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