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8 key steps for moving to a new information system

A strategy for transitions includes anticipating disruptions and heading off potential complaints.

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Artificial intelligence, automation the hardest skills to find

The most difficult to acquire talent this summer are IT pros with experience in emerging and growing technology areas, including AI and the Internet of Things, says new CompTIA study.

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Keeping content secure by leveraging metadata

Here are two ways organizations can leverage the technology to bolster information security and mitigate the risk of data breaches.

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Alert: There are too many cybersecurity alerts

Banks are getting hundreds of thousands of security alerts a day — way too many for humans to handle, a new study reveals.

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Using automation to tap unknown and undocumented data

Artificial intelligence will truly make its mark with complex decision-making, based on pattern recognition - something we all do intuitively thanks to our memories.

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Fully charged: What truckers can teach coders

Trucking is attractive to Silicon Valley’s machine learning specialists because the industry will be somewhat easier to automate than passenger cars.

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Trump meets with tech executives on drones, Internet of Things

While several CEOs have been critical of this administration, they have flocked to the White House this week seeking to influence the government’s technology policies going forward.

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Using mentorships to help avert an analytics talent crisis

McKinsey predicts a 50 percent to 60 percent gap between the supply of and demand for data science talent as early as next year.

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10 tips from the HHS on how to boost data security

Legacy system shortcomings, a lack of trained staff and connectivity issues put healthcare data at especially high risk, a new study reveals.

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Typical online data security incident costs a bank $1.8M

Costs for the institution targeted include damage to the brand or company reputation which can be crippling, says Kirill Ilganaev of Kapersky Labs.

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Oracle's revenue exceeds estimates on surging cloud demand

The strategy is now producing more sturdy growth, indicating that the company can compete against rivals such as Salesforce.com Inc. and Microsoft Corp.

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7 must-have traits for a successful data team

The need for technical prowess is a given, but there are also several personal qualities that analysts should have.

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SoftBank invests $100M in security startup Cybereason

The investment brings another cybersecurity business closer to the $1 billion valuation that has become the hallmark of a heavyweight technology startup.

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TrueMotion, LexisNexis partner on telematics data exchange

Another industry alliance is forged aimed at providing driver information to insurance companies.

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Tesla loses Apple hire from autopilot team after six months

Since August, the firm - along with Uber Technologies Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo - have each lost executives who led their respective self-driving efforts.

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AMD server chip revival effort enlists some big friends

Advanced Micro Devices Inc., trying to re-enter the lucrative server chip market, will get the help of Microsoft Corp. and Baidu Inc. who have committed to using its new Epyc product in their data centers.

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Intel will sponsor the Olympics to showcase virtual reality tech

The chipmaker said it will bring technology such as virtual reality, 360-degree video, artificial intelligence and drones to enhance the Olympic Games.

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Ethereum slides as network backlog points to growing pains

A series of initial coin offerings caused orders of ether to spike and triggered a bottleneck, said crypto-trading platform CoinDash CEO Alon Muroch

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BMC, CA said to mull biggest tech buyout since Dell

If a deal goes ahead, it would be the largest leveraged buyout of a tech vendor since a group led by Michael Dell and Silver Lake Management agreed to buy Dell.

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8 ways the IT staff is changing

As automation and cloud services take hold, fewer workers will be needed overall but the demand for data professionals will rise.

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