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1. Did Microsoft kill the wrong store?
In late June, Microsoft said it would permanently close its chain of 82 retail stores after temporarily shuttering them in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s an ignominious end to a failed experiment and attempt by Microsoft to try and build some of same cachet as the Apple Store.
Origional Story Date :7/7/2020
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Software | Consumer
2. The US, China and the AI arms race: Cutting through the hype
The reality is that US and China efforts to develop AI are entwined, even if the tensions of coronavirus and trade disagreements may spur a separation. Artificial intelligence -- which encompasses everything from service robots to medical diagnostic tools to your Alexa speaker -- is a fast-growing field that is increasingly playing a more critical role in many aspects of our lives.
Origional Story Date :7/8/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | IT Management | Artificial Intelligence
3. Why Securing Endpoints Is the Future of Cybersecurity
One of the most-read and referenced data breach reports in cybersecurity, Verizon’s DBIR, is considered the definitive source of annual cybercrime statistics. Verizon expanded the scope of the report to include 16 industries this year, also providing break-outs for Asia-Pacific (APAC); Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC); and North America, Canada, and Bermuda, which Verizon says is experiencing more breaches.
Origional Story Date :7/2/2020
HowTo | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Security | Cybersecurity
4. AI Conversations: Transforming Financial Services
With AI techniques such as machine learning and deep learning, FSIs are capitalizing on massive amounts of data to automate processes, reduce fraud, build closer customer relationships, and meet other customer and stakeholder expectations.
Origional Story Date :6/29/2020
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | Services | Analytics
5. Tech companies want facial recognition laws, but maybe not this one
Lawmakers introduced legislation that would put an indefinite ban on facial recognition for police use. Not everyone's a fan. When Amazon and Microsoft announced they were putting a pause on providing facial recognition to police departments, the move also came with a request to Congress: Pass regulations to ensure ethical use of the technology.
Origional Story Date :6/30/2020
News | CNET News
Information Technology | Facial Recognition
6. Why Securing Endpoints Is the Future of Cybersecurity
One of the most-read and referenced data breach reports in cybersecurity, Verizon’s DBIR, is considered the definitive source of annual cybercrime statistics. Verizon expanded the scope of the report to include 16 industries this year, also providing break-outs for Asia-Pacific (APAC); Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA); Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC); and North America, Canada, and Bermuda, which Verizon says is experiencing more breaches.
Origional Story Date :7/2/2020
HowTo | Business 2 Community
Information Technology | Security | Cybersecurity
7. Did Microsoft kill the wrong store?
In late June, Microsoft said it would permanently close its chain of 82 retail stores after temporarily shuttering them in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s an ignominious end to a failed experiment and attempt by Microsoft to try and build some of same cachet as the Apple Store.
Origional Story Date :7/7/2020
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Software | Consumer
8. COVID-19 accelerates enterprise use of automation in digital transformation
As the pandemic increased digital demands, technology leaders were forced to move up roadmaps for RPA and hyperautomation. With cost savings and rapid time to value through efficiency and scale, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), and automation as a whole, were on a gradual, but longer-term rise in digital transformation (DX). Then COVID-19 struck and digital transformation itself was disrupted.
Origional Story Date :6/16/2020
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | Technology Trends | Digital Transformation
9. How to make the tech industry more inclusive
It was a quintessential “perfect storm” moment. Most of us were home in quarantine, our eyes locked on social media to stay connected and informed – then suddenly, the video of George Floyd’s horrific and brutal death in the hands of police was everywhere.
Origional Story Date :6/24/2020
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | IT Job Market
10. Building an Agile Enterprise Starts with Culture and Technology
Culture is one the greatest enablers (or blockers) of agile transformation success. Seventy-six percent of executives in a McKinsey survey said that transforming the culture was their number one challenge during an agile transformation. CIO leadership is critical here in setting the right tone from the top.
Origional Story Date :6/25/2020
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | Technology Industry