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Cryptocurrencies and NFTs Are 100% Based on Greater Fool Theory says Bill Gates

| June 15, 2022
Cryptocurrencies and NFTs Are 100% Based on Greater Fool Theory says Bill Gates

Wall Street Journal By Alyssa Lukpat: Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates said he thinks cryptocurrencies and NFTs are “100%” based on the greater fool theory. The 66-year-old billionaire was referring to the notion that overvalued assets will keep going up because there are enough people willing to pay high prices for them. He joked that […]

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Cybersecurity Research: 76% of Organizations Admit Paying Ransomware Criminals

| May 27, 2022
Cybersecurity Research: 76% of Organizations Admit Paying Ransomware Criminals

By Storage Newsletter- Businesses are losing the battle when it comes to defending vs. ransomware attacks, according to the Veeam2022 Ransomware Trends Report, which found that 72% of organizations had partial or complete attacks on their backup repositories, impacting the ability to recover data without paying the ransom. Veeam Software, Inc. found that 80% of successful attacks […]

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Biggest cybersecurity challenges to watch out for in 2022

| April 15, 2022
Biggest cybersecurity challenges to watch out for in 2022

By Mark Rosanes–The past two years have been marked by rapid acceleration in digital transformation among businesses and organizations worldwide brought about the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic – a trend that experts expect to continue in 2022. However, these experts also foresee new and evolving cybersecurity challenges, which will prompt many companies to […]

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Natural Language Processing: The Next Frontier in AI for the Enterprise

| March 15, 2022
Natural Language Processing: The Next Frontier in AI for the Enterprise

Pieter Buteneers The power and practicality of artificial intelligence is largely undisputed. However, one of its longest-standing difficulties continues to be human language. A misspelled or misused word can frustratingly turn a chatbot conversation on its head, whereas a live service agent would have been able to prevent the mistake. Once computers can authentically understand […]

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2022 Big Data Predictions from the Cloud

| February 9, 2022
2022 Big Data Predictions from the Cloud

By Alex Woodie The pandemic marked an inflection point for the growth of cloud platforms in 2020, as organizations scrambled to keep their applications running. That general pattern has continued through 2021, and the cloud looms even larger now with 2022 knocking on the door. As we kick off annual prediction season here at Datanami, here are […]

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The Future of 5G and IoT in Smart Cities

| December 5, 2021
The Future of 5G and IoT in Smart Cities

By Teal  Communications–Keeping it simple, “smart cities” utilize emerging technologies such as 5G and IoT to create and deliver connected solutions for the well-being of a community. While the innovation of 5G technology will not facilitate the advancement of smart cities on its own, the new 5G infrastructure vastly expands the opportunity for cities to […]

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Why Securing Your IoT Device Has Never Been More Important

| November 11, 2021
Why Securing Your IoT Device Has Never Been More Important

By Ian Marsden –In its analysis of the impact of COVID-19, consultancy McKinsey calculated that digital transformation programs accelerated by seven years in just a few months to meet customer demand. This, in turn, has fuelled growth in IoT. Today, we’re seeing IoT finally come of age as enterprises move from experimentation to understanding how to […]

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The Future of Workforce Analytics is Hidden in Your Communications

| October 15, 2021
The Future of Workforce Analytics is Hidden in Your Communications

By Ryan Splain–If you want to know how your workforce is doing, you need only to ask. Instead of relying on removed metrics and outdated models, organizations should get their information straight from the horse’s mouth. Better yet, follow the footprints that show where they have been and where they are going. Every day employees […]

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The Maturation of Data Science

| September 24, 2021
The Maturation of Data Science

By Alex Woodie–Data science used to be somewhat of a mystery, more of a dark art than a repeatable, scientific process. Companies basically entrusted powerful priests called data scientists to build magical algorithms that used data to make predictions, usually to boost profits or improve customer happiness. But in recent years, the field has matured […]

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Testing as a Service for IoT

| August 30, 2021
Testing as a Service for IoT

Posted by Hemanth Kumar Yamjala The Internet of Things (IoT) market is expanding rapidly with new devices being installed to automate devices, systems, and networks. According to Statista, the total installed base of IoT devices is projected to touch 13.8 billion units by the end of 2021, and leapfrog to 30.9 billion units by 2025. The […]

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