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How AI Will Change Business and Tech

A smarter IoT, more powerful chips and AI will change business and tech in profound ways, producing smarter drones, robots and wearables, and better analytics.

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Let's Not Whitewash Tech History

We need to look beyond books, movies and other media to obtain a more accurate view of technology's past, including all the individuals who made contributions.

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CIOs Must Put AI on the Fast Track

CIOs must begin to formulate a more focused AI strategy and look for ways to use the technology to disrupt both their business practices and their industry.

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H1-B Visas Shouldn't Become a Political Weapon

Draconian measures to block immigrants on H1-B visas are counterproductive. The benefits of immigration outweigh the costs. It already has made American great.

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The Time for Machine Learning Is Now!

Machine learning is about to become a lot more important. It's about to redefine how everything—from marketing and sales to HR to operations—takes place.

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DDoS Attacks Are a Growth Industry

There's no simple way to address cyber-security threats, which include DDoS attacks, multi-vector attacks, the vulnerability of DNS and DNSSEC, and IoT botnets.

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The Customer Is in Control

It's all about creating value for customers in the most efficient way possible. When businesses get this right, innovation and disruption become very real.

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Deep Insecurities: Things Just Keep Getting Worse

Ninety-three percent of companies' security operation centers admit they're not keeping up with the volume of threat alerts and incidents, putting them at risk.

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How to Lose a Good Customer

A company should have a good understanding of the customer relationship and offer the products, services, tools and plans that will motivate a customer to stay.

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It's Very Clear: Clouds Are Getting Big

In a best-case scenario, clouds help organizations innovate and disrupt. Moreover, they frequently cut or shift costs by transferring CAPEX to OPEX.

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