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How To Prepare For A Data Breach Before It Happens

Preparation is key in preventing the worst outcomes from a data breach, so it is important to have a plan in place ahead of time. Here are some steps you can take to prepare for a potential data breach:

Security Boulevard, February 27th, 2023

Digital Transformation: 3 Guiding Principles For 2023

Looking to do more with less in the coming months? Let these key transformation concepts guide your strategy

The Enterprisers Project, March 3rd, 2023

IT Leadership: How To Lead With Strategic Clarity

Establishing strategic clarity - a shared vision among all elements of your organization - can help unlock its fullest potential. Here's how to get started

The Enterprisers Project, March 10th, 2023

Q&A: Schneider Electric CIO Talks IT Staffing, Sustainability, And Digital Transformation

Bobby Cain recently took over as Schneider Electric's CIO and immediately faced many of the same issues other tech firms routinely address. To address them, he says, the role of a CIO must change.

ComputerWorld, March 10th, 2023

How CISOs Can Do More With Less In Turbulent Economic Times

If you think cybersecurity is recession-proof, think again. The time is now to trim waste and streamline risk management.

CSO Online, March 8th, 2023

3 Ways IT Leaders Can Break Free From Outdated Software

Is your organization hindered by outdated, incrementally developed software? Check out this advice to break the cycle and move forward

The Enterprisers Project, The Enterprisers Project

ChatGPT: 3 Benefits for CIOs

From enhancing DevOps to tightening security and more, here are some examples of how ChatGPT is poised to transform the role of CIO

The Enterprisers Project, March 5th, 2023

4 Ways For CIOs To Strike A Balance Between Operation And Innovation

Automation, serviceability, modernization, and enterprise resiliency are top of mind

The Enterprisers Project, March 8th, 2023

A CIO's First Rule For Automation: Have A Clear Business Case

As more companies strive to improve operations and enhance the customer experience, CIOs lead the charge to implement automation initiatives that work now, and strategies to ensure future success. Establishing the business case, however, is the first step.

CIO, March 2nd, 2023


The Purpose And Impact Of Creative AI

As robotics began to take on more and more tasks, one of the biggest questions has always been, 'Will robots ever be creative?' That always seemed a laughably distant goal. Without consciousness, a robot couldn't do more than follow directions. Or could it?

VentureBeat, February 27th, 2023

Minding The AI Gap

The trouble with data scientists is that far too many organizations expect them to somehow intuitively apply artificial intelligence (AI) to advance business goals even though most of them have limited exposure to the industry segment they now find themselves employed.

Digital CxO, February 27th, 2023

AI Flew A Fighter Jet For 17 Hours

This marked the first time a bot took control of a military jet.


What Is Generative AI? The Evolution Of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is already designing microchips and sending us spam, so what's next? Here's how generative AI really works and what to expect now that it's here.

InfoWorld, March 10th, 2023

AI Value Begins With Managing The C-Suite Conversation

CIOs should know that AI has captured the imagination of the public, including their business colleagues. Dialogue is key to remediating misconceptions and steering the enterprise toward value creation.

CIO, March 3rd, 2023

AI-Generated Content Detection Tools Put To The Test

OpenAI's Generative Pre-Trained Transformer (ChatGPT) has been the talk of the town since its launch in November 2022. The AI chatbot had more than a million users in just 4 days and surpassed 100 million active users in just two months - a milestone that took TikTok more than 9 months to reach.

VentureBeat, March 1st, 2023

AI Issues Hitting HR From 'Everywhere At Once,' Former EEOC Chair Says

Tools developed appropriately may be able to help with DEI initiatives - but therein lies the problem, experts said during a recent SHRM panel.

HRDIVE, March 9th, 2023

ETT's PaaS: The Intelligent Cure for Healthcare's Interoperability

Economic Transformation Technologies (ETT), a leading provider of on-premise or cloud-based solutions for healthcare, has announced the launch of its Intelligent Healthcare Interoperability Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution.

ETT , March 8th, 2023

Meet The Companies Trying To Keep Up With ChatGPT

From Google's Bard to Microsoft's new Bing, here are all the major contenders in the AI chatbot space

The Verge, March 7th, 2023


8 Of The Biggest Ransomware Attacks In Recent History: A Look Back

Ransomware incidents have increased in frequency over the past several years, to the point where this method has become the weapon of choice for many bad actors, who can now launch attacks through ransomware service providers that resemble legitimate technology outfits.

MixMode, March 2nd, 2023

Building An Incident Response Framework For Your Enterprise

Understanding incident response framework standards and how to build the best framework for your organization is essential to prevent threats and mitigate cyber incidents.

Search Security, February 28th, 2023

4 Reasons Why Data Breaches Keep Happening To Organizations

Why Data Breaches Keep Happening to Organizations and What Actions Companies Can Take to Stop It

Enzoic, March 1st, 2023

5 Reasons For The Shortage Of Cybersecurity Professionals

If your college-aged child is wondering what they should do for a living, here's a great suggestion - cybersecurity. It might be the best way to keep them from moving back home after they earn their diploma.

Radware Blog, March 3rd, 2023

The Dark Side Of Microservices: Are Your Applications Secure?

The energy industry is undergoing a massive evolution, much of which is driven by three distinct challenges: ensuring energy security, providing affordable energy, and moving to a cleaner and more sustainable energy future.

Radware, March 2nd, 2023

How I Broke Into A Bank Account With An AI-Generated Voice

Banks in the U.S. and Europe tout voice ID as a secure way to log into your account. I proved it's possible to trick such systems with free or cheap AI-generated voices.

VICE, February 28th, 2023

How To Create A Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT): 10 Best Practices

While the convenience and ease of public cloud technology has had a major impact on enabling scalable business operations to work from anywhere and increase productivity everywhere, the risks around using cloud technology are still slowly being realised and calculated by many organisations as they experience related attacks

Search Security, February 28th, 2023

Social Engineering: Definition & 6 Attack Types

We all know about the attacker who leverages their technical expertise to infiltrate protected computer systems and compromise sensitive data.

FORTRA, March 1st, 2023

Busting Myths Around Cybersecurity Team Training

New Research Results from Omdia and Cybrary Point to Substantial ROI From Continuous Upskilling of Cybersecurity Teams.

Cyber Defense, February 28th, 2023


Data-At-Rest Encryption In The Cloud: Explore Your Options

Fear the NSA or other infiltration threats? We break down different approaches IT pros can take to encrypt data at rest in the public cloud, including service-managed keys, customer-managed keys, bring-your-own keys, and hold-your-own keys.

Data Center Knowledge, March 2nd, 2023

Unstructured Data And The Storage IT Needs

We look at unstructured and semi-structured data and find increasing amounts of production workloads that have their own storage hardware - file and object - needs, including flash

ComputerWeekly, February 27th, 2023

How To Optimize Data Storage Governance

Data governance manages the availability, usability, integrity and security of data. Follow these best practices for governance as it relates to data storage.

Search Storage, February 28th, 2023

6 Essential Data Storage Security Best Practices To Know

Solutions Review editors assembled this resource containing essential enterprise data storage security best practices to know. For an even deeper breakdown of securing storage, we recommend reading the NIST Special Publication: Security Guidelines for Storage Infrastructure.

Solutions Review, March 10th, 2023

How SSD Data Reduction Can Help Enterprises

Data reduction techniques have been difficult to achieve on SSDs, but vendors appear to be making progress. The more effective the data reduction, the more affordable SSDs become.

SearchStorage, March 9th, 2023

Backblaze: SSDs Fail Slightly Less Than HDDs

Cloud storage provider Backblaze has found its SSD annual failure rate was 0.98 percent compared to 1.64 percent for disk drives, a difference of 0.66 percentage points. It also noted that SSD manufacturers' SMART stats were not so smart.

Blocks & Files, March 10th, 2023

Most Failed Disk Drives Fail Just Before They Hit 3 Years' Use, Says Data Recovery Biz

Secure Data Recovery found that average failed hard drive spun for 25,233 hours before failing. That's 1,051 days, or two years and ten months.

Blocks & Files, March 16th, 2023

GigaOm Radar For Kubernetes Data Protection

Outperformers: Kasten by Veeam, CloudCasa by Catalogic, Commvault, NetApp

StorageNewsletter.com, March 9th, 2023

Blockchain Technology Demystified

Prepare for blockchain technology to play a significant role in business, society, and almost everything. While 45% of CIOs said their organizations had yet to invest in blockchain between 2016 to 2021, that will change as information exchange becomes decentralized and demonstrated use cases show blockchain's success.

Dataversity, March 16th, 2023


ESG Is Here To Stay, Seyfarth Report Concludes

A focus on ESG - environmental, social, and governance principles - will continue to expand in 2023 and beyond, according to Seyfarth's Human Capital Disclosure Report released Feb. 21.

HRDIVE, March 2nd, 2023

Software For Environmental, Social, And Corporate Governance

In the last few years there has been an explosion in software to track and report on ESG data in financial services. What are the main features to look out for?

ComputerWeekly, February 28th, 2023

Everything Is Moving To The Cloud. But How Green Is It, Really?

Our everyday tasks are increasingly digital, supported by tools and services that are based on some remote server farm. How do we assess the carbon footprint left by data centers?

ZDNET, February 28th, 2023

What Is Data Governance?

Data governance controls all elements of company data, including how it's managed, mined, analyzed, protected, gathered, and stored.

eWeek, March 2nd, 2023

IT Sustainability Think Tank: The Importance Of Measurement In Closing The Sustainability Gap

There is mounting anecdotal evidence that enterprises are struggling to ensure their statements of intent on sustainability are matching their actions, so what steps can they take to bridge the gap?

ComputerWeekly, March 9th, 2023

The Race To Net Zero: Six Ways To Slash IT Infrastructure Emissions

Strategies aimed at successfully cutting climate risk can appear to be stymieing business sustainability. How can the industry remain productive?

ComputerWeekly, March 5th, 2023


Hot Chips

The server and HPC processor market has been in a period of change. Repeated delays from Intel and strong positioning from AMD have led to a shift from the long-established dominance that Intel has had in this market.

Scientific Computing World, February 27th, 2023

AMD Plans To Bring RAM Closer To CPU Cores - But Don't Expect It On PCs Soon

AMD CEO sheds some light on what the company plans to do reduce data transfer energy

techradar.pro, March 1st, 2023

Ayar Labs To Demo 'Commercial-Grade' 4Tbps Optical I/O Solution

Ayar Labs, founded in 2015, is pursuing optics as a means of driving higher interconnect speeds and efficiencies in computing. Now, the company is announcing that it plans to demonstrate a staggering 4Tbps optical solution at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference (OFC) i

HPCWire, March 1st, 2023

Semtech And Broadcom Demonstrate Industry'S First 200G/Lane Electrical-To-Optical Link At OFC 2023

Semtech Corporation, a high-performance semiconductor, IoT systems and Cloud connectivity service provider, announced the successful demonstration of a 200G per lane (200G/lane) optical transmission link enabled by Semtech's latest FiberEdge 200G PAM4 PMDs and Broadcom's latest generation DSP PHY.

AiTHORITY, March 4th, 2023

Intel Pushes Out Hybrid CPU-GPU Compute Beyond 2025

One of the reasons why Intel can even think about entering the GPU compute space is that the IT market, and indeed just about any market we can think of, likes to have at least three competitors. With capital intensive businesses, there is an inevitable consolidation, and sometimes only two companies can be supported.

The Next Platform, March 6th, 2023

5G Is Fast But 6G Is 100X Faster And Connections Are Instantaneous - This Is How 6G Can Change Your World

As the high-speed capabilities of 5G networks continue to roll out, an even more impressive technology is on the horizon.

Business 2 Community, March 18th, 2023

CxO Podcasts

Why AI Projects Fail (And How To Succeed) (#778 - 44:31)

Join us on CXOTalk episode 778 as we delve into the complexities of AI failure with our guest, Iavor Bojinov, Assistant Professor at Harvard Business School, and QuHarrison Terry, Head of Growth Marketing at Mark Cuban Companies.

CXOTalk, March 2nd, 2023

@HPCpodcast-52: AI iPhone Moment, Virtual Quantum, Silicon Photonics

In what might become a regular segment, we cover important advances in tech that signal changes in markets and policies.

OrioinX, March 5th, 2023

@HPCpodcast: The AI Gold Rush, Virtual Quantum, an Advance for Silicon Photonics and Nuclear Energy for Future Supercomputers

In what may become a regular segment of the @HPCpodcast, Shahin and Doug cover important recent developments in HPC and AI that signal changes in markets and policies. Always, we keep an eye on where these developments fit into the big picture, what it all means.

insideHPC, March 7th, 2023

#insideBIGDATApodcast: Three Metrics for Measuring Enterprise AI Success

Welcome back to the insideBIGDATA series of podcast presentations, a curated collection of topics relevant to our global audience. We bring you compelling topics of the day including: big data, data science, machine learning, AI, and deep learning. Enjoy!

insideBIGDATA, March 6th, 2023

The Cloud Ecosystem: A Guide For CIOs (#776) 23m

As a CIO, understanding the cloud ecosystem is essential for leveraging cloud computing for digital transformation, agility, and innovation.

CXOTalk, March 5th, 2023

ConversationalGeek: Hackers Could But Probably Won't (#5 - 45 Minutes)

We see a lot of claims like 'Hackers could see through walls to steal your passwords' or 'Government Agency Warns That Hackers Could Hijack Some Implanted Defibrillators.'

ConversationalGeek, March 20th, 2023


HR Leaders Struggle With Tech Hiring Goals

Despite prioritizing IT, nearly 4 in 5 hiring managers said they don't think they will meet tech hiring goals for the year, according to a report published Tuesday by IT training company General Assembly.

CIODIVE, March 1st, 2023

10 Hardest IT Jobs To Fill

If you're an IT leader or tech manager struggling to hire for one of these positions, you're not alone. If you're an IT professional with experience in these roles, you're in luck.

InformationWeek, March 1st, 2023

Gartner Identifies Top Four HR Investment Trends For 2023

Forty-six Percent of HR Leaders Report HR Technology is the Top Priority

Gartner, March 7th, 2023

HR's Growing Role In Cybersecurity

Companies worried about cybersecurity should know that the real risk is inside their corporate firewall.

DTEX, March 6th, 2023

Our world is hybrid and becoming increasingly digitized - a study from McKinsey suggests that the pandemic accelerated companies' adoption of digital or digitally enabled products by seven years.


Business Intelligence Solutions Market To Reach USD 33 Billion By 2025; See The Trends Favoring This Growth

9 significant trends that will shape the enterprise Business Intelligence landscape

wire19, March 3rd, 2023

Embedded BI Tools Bring Huge Benefits To Business Applications

Embedded BI can help your organization leverage the full benefits of business intelligence, but you need to find the right applications.

SmartDataCollective, March 3rd, 2023


Cloud Computing Is Set To Overhaul Ed-Tech In 2023

Before we discuss why Ed-Tech businesses need Cloud Computing consultants in India, let us take a look at the challenges faced by the education sector...

CIOtoday.com, March 1st, 2023


How To Build Future-Facing ERP

Thoroughly understanding the limitations of the legacy platform and mapping out the business case for replacing an enterprise resource planning system will help agencies build for the future instead of reconstructing the past.

GCN, February 27th, 2023


The Changing State Of Data Center Auditing Requirements

Data center auditing requirements are changing as new rules appear and old ones evolve.

Data Center Knowledge, March 10th, 2023

Aspects Of Your Business's IT Operations That Can Cause Disasters

Implement strong data security measures, including regular software updates, two-factor authentication, ongoing employee training, and reliable antivirus protection.

Technology Pundits, February 27th, 2023

Catching Up With Data Center Construction Constraints

Contributing editor Bill Kleyman explores the world of data center construction and how organizations are adapting to challenges to bring infrastructure to market faster.

Data Center Knowledge, March 3rd, 2023


Is This The Year 100GE NICs Go Mainstream? If You're Into AI, It Might Be

The growing popularity of generative AI and availability of smart features in virtualization platforms like VMware's vSphere will help to drive faster networking into enterprise servers in 2023.

The Register, March 10th, 2023

Artificial Intelligence Helps Solve Networking Problems

Management, SD-WAN, SASE, and 5G can benefit from AI that can enable or lighten enterprise-networking tasks.

Networkworld, March 6th, 2023

Setting The Stage For 1.6T Ethernet, And Driving 800G Now

Marvell has had a large and profitable I/O and networking silicon business for a long time, but with the acquisitions of Inphi in October 2020 and of Innovium in August 2021, the company is building a credible networking stack that can take on Broadcom, Cisco Systems, and Nvidia for the $1.3 billion or so in switch chips sold into the datacenter each year, which is growing at about 15 percent a year to more than $2 billion by 2026.

The Next Platform, March 7th, 2023

Big Data

Zero-Copy Integration: How Small Data Practices Will Replace Big Data

As organizations grapple with ever-increasing amounts of data, the limits of the big data movement are becoming clear.

Dataversity, March 10th, 2023

Making The Case For Data Ingestion Pipelines

Here's how data ingestion pipelines fit in the broader data management ecosystem.

ITProToday, March 10th, 2023


How Cloud Computing Has Intensified Cybersecurity Challenges

The cloud has changed cybersecurity. Here's why these changes make security more challenging.

ITProToday, March 10th, 2023

7 Ways To Secure Sensitive Data In The Cloud

From access control to pseudonymization and everything in between - we delve into methods and technologies to help you secure sensitive data in the cloud.

Data Center Knowledge, March 8th, 2023


How To Install Linux On An Old Laptop

If you're looking to revive that aging laptop, Linux might be your best bet. Find out how easy it can be to make this happen.

ZDNet, March 8th, 2023

How To Create A Bootable Linux USB Drive

If you want to install Linux on a desktop, you'll first have to create a bootable USB drive with your distribution of choice.

ZDNET, March 7th, 2023


Techie Fired For Inventing An Acronym - And Accidentally Applying It To The Boss

On-Call, The Register's weekly column in which we share readers' stories of tech support trauma, usually opens with a short reverie about the approaching weekend.

The Register, March 16th, 2023


Getting To Zettascale Without Needing Multiple Nuclear Power Plants

With that in the rear-view mirror, attention is turning to the next challenge: Zettascale computing, some 1,000 times faster than what Frontier is running. In the heady months after his heralded 2021 return to Intel as CEO, Pat Gelsinger made headlines by saying the giant chip maker was looking at 2027 to reach zettascale.

The Next Platform, March 3rd, 2023


Understanding SSL/TLS Decryption for A Secure Business

CXOToday has engaged in an exclusive interview with Mr. Shibu Paul, Vice President of International sales, Array Networks

CXOtoday.com, March 6th, 2023


Considerations For Managing BYOD Policies In 2023

Companies should exercise caution when it comes to BYOD policies due to the potential downsides of tax issues for employees, minimal business savings, and increased security risks.

NETWORKComputing, March 9th, 2023


LibreOffice 7.4.6 Office Suite Released With More Than 70 Bug Fixes, Download Now

A bugfix update to the LibreOffice 7.4 office suite series, which will be supported until June 12th, 2023.

Adopting Zero Trust, March 9th, 2023


Great Graph Database Debate: Abandoning The Relational Model Is 'Reinventing The Wheel'

Let's talk about what well-architected looks like

The Register, March 6th, 2023