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Why IT Should Have a Separate Training Budget
Reimagining Formula 1 Manufacturing to Build a Respiratory Device
Does DevSecOps Require Observability to Get the Job Done?
Why 2021 May Turn Out to be a Great Year for Tech Startups
IBM's Hernandez Discusses Future of AIOps and Measuring ROI
News & Commentary
Vaccine Passports Pave the Road to the New Normal
Guest Commentary, Guest Commentary
Commentary
With COVID-19 vaccines being rolled out globally, digital vaccine immunity certificates hold great promise for helping us reach a post-pandemic normal.
By Donna Medeiros, Senior Research Director, Gartner , 3/2/2021
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IT's New Window of Opportunity to Tackle These Top Priorities
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Coming off the pandemic-driven crisis of the last year, IT organizations are poised for a frenzy of activity and progress. Are they up for the task?
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 3/1/2021
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Do You Know These 4 Tricky Cloud Terms?
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Here are four trip-up topics found to frequently stump cloud learners and what IT teams should know to master them and build their cloud vocabulary.
By Ryan Kroonenburg, Co-Founder and Instructor, A Cloud Guru , 3/1/2021
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Why IT Should Have a Separate Training Budget
Mary E. Shacklett, Mary E. Shacklett
Commentary
Having a training budget has its positives and negatives, but based on my experience, itís more beneficial for IT to fund and determine its own training needs.
By Mary E. Shacklett Mary E. Shacklett, 2/26/2021
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The Hybrid Workplace Is a Reality, but the Office Is Not Dead
Guest Commentary, Guest Commentary
Commentary
The flexibility to support teams cycling through in-person and remote work highlights the need for investment in cloud-based services to support the workflows of the future at scale.
By Ranjan Singh, Executive VP, Crestron , 2/26/2021
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Microsoft Releases Free Tool for Hunting SolarWinds Malware
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading
News
Meanwhile, researchers at SecurityScorecard say the "fileless" malware loader in the attack - Teardrop - actually dates back to 2017.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 2/25/2021
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Does DevSecOps Require Observability to Get the Job Done?
Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, Senior Writer
Commentary
A panel at DeveloperWeek took a look at potential exposure organizations may face if their DevSecOps cycle does not include observability of apps.
By Joao-Pierre S. Ruth Senior Writer, 2/25/2021
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Cybercriminals Target QuickBooks Databases
Steve Zurier, Contributing Writer
News
Stolen financial files then get sold on the Dark Web, researchers say.
By Steve Zurier Contributing Writer, 2/24/2021
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Why 2021 May Turn Out to be a Great Year for Tech Startups
John Edwards, Technology Journalist & Author
Commentary
Last year was great for new technology firms. This year could be even better.
By John Edwards Technology Journalist & Author, 2/24/2021
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Reimagining Formula 1 Manufacturing to Build a Respiratory Device
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Commentary
Hereís how the Mercedes Formula 1 engineering team used tech expertise to reverse engineer CPAP breathing aid devices in response to COVID-19.
By Ben Hodgkinson, Head of Mechanical Engineering, Mercedes-AMG High Performance Powertrains , 2/24/2021
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SolarWinds Attackers Lurked for 'Several Months' in FireEye's Network
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading
News
Top execs from FireEye, SolarWinds, Microsoft, and CrowdStrike testified before the US Senate Intelligence Committee today on the aftermath - and ongoing investigations - into the epic attacks.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 2/23/2021
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IBMís Hernandez Discusses Future of AIOps and Measuring ROI
Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, Senior Writer
Commentary
More automation of IT operations may be on the way to industry and regulated sectors that have yet to embrace its possibilities.
By Joao-Pierre S. Ruth Senior Writer, 2/23/2021
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Are Your Strategic Long-Term Partnerships Built to Succeed?
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Here are six best practices for setting up or tuning up your organizationís strategic partnerships.
By Lori Fazeli, Senior Director, North American Alliance Lead, Capgemini , 2/23/2021
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Accellion Data Breach Resulted in Extortion Attempts Against Multiple Victims
Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer
News
FireEye Mandiant says it discovered data stolen via flaw in Accellion FTA had landed on a Dark Web site associated with a known Russia-based threat group.
By Jai Vijayan Contributing Writer, 2/22/2021
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How AI Can Save the World, or Not
Jessica Davis,  Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps
News
Lead artificial intelligence advisor to the United Nations, Neil Sahota shares his perspectives on major UN AI projects and the major challenges to AI today.
By Jessica Davis Senior Editor, Enterprise Apps, 2/22/2021
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What Lawyers Want Everyone to Know About AI Liability
Lisa Morgan, Freelance Writer
Commentary
There are more discussions about AI ethics and responsible AI these days, but companies need to be clear about potential AI liability issues.
By Lisa Morgan Freelance Writer, 2/22/2021
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CIOs Face Decisions on Remote Work for Post-Pandemic Future
Joao-Pierre S. Ruth, Senior Writer
Commentary
After being bombarded at the start of the pandemic with new services and the need to securely connect remote staff, what comes next for CIOs?
By Joao-Pierre S. Ruth Senior Writer, 2/19/2021
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How to Build Talent Retention by Failing Fast
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In an industry with frequent turnover, the key to achieving lasting talent retention lies with investing in innovation built by in-house teams that are allowed to experiment and fail.
By Arjun Sirrah, EVP of Engineering, Laurel Road , 2/19/2021
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Microsoft Concludes Internal Investigation into Solorigate Breach
Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer
News
The software giant found no evidence that attackers gained extensive access to services or customer data.
By Robert Lemos Contributing Writer, 2/18/2021
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Microsoft Azure Front Door Gets a Security Upgrade
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading
News
New SKUs in Standard and Premium preview beef up the security of the content delivery network platform.
By Kelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading, 2/18/2021
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