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In a bid to encourage more open platforms, IBM announced its new Security Connect, MultiCloud Manager and AI OpenScale platforms.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The cloud is used by some of the most security minded organizations in the world. So why can’t we use it to streamline and strengthen the voting process? What would we need in a cloud-based voting system in order to trust it with something so important?
CyberArk has integrated technology from Vaultive to create a new offering that looks to help organizations secure session and access management in the cloud.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Google+ had a major vulnerability, but it wasn't a breach and Google+ isn't entirely dead (yet) either.
Red Hat updates its OpenShift Kubernetes container orchestration portfolio with new features gained via the acquisition of CoreOS in January.
Symantec is expanding its cloud security portfolio with new cloud workload assurance capabilities, enhanced cloud workload security features and a new Managed Cloud Defense service.
Adobe is delivering on the promise it made in May when it announced plans to acquire Magento Commerce for $1.68 billion, a deal it said would lead to the creation of a single platform for both B2B and B2C customers globally.
The biggest barrier to effective IoT implementation is lack of internal expertise and skills, according to 31 percent of respondents. Other barriers include the inability to manage and process large volumes of data (29 percent), integration issues (28 percent) and too many legacy systems (28...
Palo Alto Networks is aiming to combine the technology from RedLock with capabilities it acquired in March from Evident.io to create a new unified cloud security platform.
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Combination of two longtime rivals expected to establish a unified Hadoop and industry standard platform that will cover data management from data center, to the cloud, to the edge and to AI.