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DataGravity Brings Behavior-Driven Data Management to Veeam Environments

Intent and behavior are becoming two very important indicators for cyber-security solutions. However, those are probably the most difficult indicators to effectively judge and issues such as false-positives and miscues litter effective analysis. DataGravity is looking to put an end to those miscues and bring forth a platform that automatically responds to data exposure and security […]

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ITW 2017: Aqua Comms Looks to Maximize Cross Atlantic Connectivity

Chicago, ITW 2017: Undersea connectivity provider Aqua Comms is looking to shake up the world of cross Atlantic connectivity by introducing subsea fibre optic networks that traverse different routes. Based in Ireland, Aqua Comms came into existence to meet an underserved market, one that is experiencing phenomenal growth. Aqua Comms CEO Nigel Bayliff told GigaOM […]

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Primary Data’s DataSphere Platform Delivers the Dream of Data Orchestration to CDOs

Orchestrating data has become a major challenge for the fledgling role of the Chief Data Officer (CDO). After all, the typical enterprise has data spread throughout numerous and different storage solutions, driven by line of business applications and other business-centric processes. None the less, CDOs need to get a handle on those data silos if […]

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Indegy Tackles Operational Technology Security

When you mention cybercrime, the first thing anyone everyone thinks about is an attack on Information Technology (IT) systems. However, cybercrime can take on many different forms and can target many different areas. Case in point is the growing threats against Operational Technology (OT), which may have even more serious undertones than threats against traditional […]

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Four Questions For: Greg Green

What are the biggest issues facing Big Data and marketing in 2017? There are three primary issues currently facing “Big Data” and Marketing. First, the issue of irrelevance regarding the vast majority of collected data – and conversely, the power of focused, actionable insights from the right slice of data. The pressure on today’s data and analytics professionals […]

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Computers Are Opening Their Eyes — and They’re Already Better at Seeing Than We Are

For the past several decades we’ve been teaching computers to understand the visual world. And like everything artificial intelligence these days, computer vision is making rapid strides. So much so that it’s starting to beat us at ‘name that object.’ Every year the ImageNet project runs a competition testing the current capability of computers to […]

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