The GDPR (General Data Privacy Regulation) passed in the European Union (EU) in May of 2018 and is one of the most popular topics of discussion amongst businesses who may or may not conduct business on an international level
Demand is growing for composable infrastructure, as companies look to consolidate major functions of data centers.
Do you know where your IT assets stand? Are they in working order? Do they need an update? What’s the warranty situation? All of this information is critical to the livelihood of a business, yet companies fail to accurately monitor and manage their IT assets. To minimize the risk, Ivanti has developed a solution, Asset […]
This week, October 8th-12th, 2018: How analytics and automation affect the marijuana industry, new guidelines for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), when to introduce AI into your IT stack, and more.
The California State Legislature has passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Here is what businesses need to know to adhere to the new guidelines.
Mastercard and Google’s relationship enables the each company a payout and data on customers’ purchasing habits, but might be risking customers’ privacy simultaneously.
Recent Entrepreneur article outlines the ways blockchain could change the tech world for the better when it comes to storing data.
The speedy development of AI over the past decade has made us both comfortable with and wary of the way machines understand us through data, and there are a lot of questions mounting on how to build trust between AI developers and the ordinary citizens providing data every day.
From Statcast feeds tracking homers to quick thinking at the Celebrity Softball Game, ANC and Daktronics among the AV providers working hard to ensure MLB All-Star game and All-Star Week is successful.
When an affinity for data gets in the way of keeping data safe, decision makers dampen the progress IoT can offer. Here are two ways they can change that.