Greg Newton, vice president of technology at Asurion, says his company is now producing five, or even more, software releases each week – all thanks to a new development approach.
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Mitchell Klein, executive director of Z-Wave Alliance, explains how better IoT standards mean more choice for companies and smart office workers.
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Users will also be able to provide private feedback to developers that only they can see.
You might know that Alexa can tell you the weather or a joke, but did you know she can also help you make conference calls and manage your schedule? Here are five ways Alexa is helpful for business.
The Amazon Echo, or Alexa, has come along way since its introduction. Here are five situations where having Alexa on your desk comes in really handy.
Facebook has lost billions in market value, been targeted for investigation by 37 states and the FTC, and many users are threatening to delete their accounts. It’s past time for enterprise CIOs to stop ignoring customer data privacy concerns.
In today's digital world where data is the new currency, protecting this data has become more important than ever before. In 2017, attackers had a huge impact on businesses as we saw a large outbreak of ransomware attacks like WannaCry, Petya and Locky. According to a report from MalwareBytes, ransomware detections were up 90 and […]
Despite the name, soft skills are actually really hard to master. Yet more and more, they’re proving to be the attributes that give candidates an edge when looking for new roles and leadership positions.
We heard feedback that the current processes for creating secure clusters were complex and time-consuming. Based on your input, we've added the ability to create secure clusters directly from Visual Studio. This update shipped with the latest release of the Service Fabric tooling for Visual Studio 2015 and with Visual Studio 2017 as part of […]