Innovation News & Reviews - Page 2
Chris Preimesberger, November 13, 2018 3:00 PM
Tech Deals & Startups
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.
More Innovation News
Nearly 85 percent of Zebra survey respondents anticipate their company’s investment in IoT and mobility to increase over the next one to two years; IoT investment is up overall.
EXCLUSIVE TO EWEEK: Oracle co-founder and Silicon Valley survivor Larry Ellison explains how his company has lasted for 41 years and offers insight into continuing enterprise relevancy for current startup owners.
eWEEK ANALYSIS, PART I: CEO Mark Hurd is the chief taskmaster in persuading old-line, institutional Oracle customers to move their humongous billing, ERP and other well-entrenched systems to a new paradigm that will take them safely ahead in the 21st century.
NEWS ANALYSIS: IBM’s recently launched AI OpenScale platform, its Multi-Cloud Manager and Security Connect services find the company breaking significant new ground while following a long familiar open technologies path.
Itron partnered with Bsquare, a software solutions developer for the industrial IoT market, to collaboratively create and deliver a way to efficiently, reliably and securely distribute applications to individual smart device and meter populations.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Phishing is one of the greatest risks to political campaigns in the United States and elsewhere, just as it’s a primary cause of breaches everywhere.
Smarty-pants bots, artificial intelligence engines and machine-learning servers are taking over. They are photographing and logging checks, researching credit scores, balancing books, monitoring and grading application performance and texting your mother to tell her that you’ve stayed up too...
NEWS ANALYSIS: Facebook’s war room in Menlo Park, Calif., is intended to allow the company’s security and media experts to manage attacks on elections in the U.S. and elsewhere.