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New York City-based Collibra brings a "data shopper's" approach to the task of finding and analyzing volumes of data.
Arxan is adding much-needed mobile security management capabilities. Apperian's platform provides granular security and policy controls at the application level.
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AvMed’s legacy login experience lacked design appeal and was divided over multiple sites. This created a cumbersome login experience for users, so Liferay came to the rescue.
Harmon.ie’s flagship solution is one of the first enterprise applications to use the Microsoft Graph to identify topics from Office 365 apps, thereby creating natural workflows that increase productivity.
Intel this week introduced what it calls the OpenVINO (Open Visual Inference & Neural Network Optimization) toolkit. This toolset is designed to fast-track development of high-performance computer vision and deep learning inference applications at the edge.
IoT news: AT&T launches the LTE-M Button powered by Amazon Web Services, which offers customers one-click service that is expected to save time and money for scores of users.
Big ID won the 2018 Sandbox competition, which provides a barometer for trendy security approaches. Attendees watched 10 entrepreneurs pitching their wares on a 3-minute clock before a large audience and panel of tough judges.
Pivot3 was a major contributor to Charleston (S.C.) International Airport's recent $200 million upgrade project: the Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Program.
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst believes that in today's agile world, traditional enterprise planning is dead and there is a need to take a new approach.
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With the recent introduction of Facebook’s Oculus Go, the idea of putting augmented and virtual reality applications to work on a daily basis suddenly becomes reality. How would you like to see this technology used?
NEWS ANALYSIS: We’re only a short time away from allowing our cars to make traffic decisions in transporting us around town; now we’re on the edge of letting digital assistants make dinner reservations for us—also without human intervention.