This year we’ve seen fairly brutal changes in patterns of usage in the cloud says Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel. The way we see that is it’s a big win for the cloud, in general.
Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel discusses how the SolarWinds hack signals an increased focus by hackers to target software earlier in its development.
Amazon has launched Amazon Shopper Panel, a program that will pay users for information on their non-Amazon purchases.
Microsoft’s approach to customer data could help the company make major headway against Salesforce.
Doug Merritt, CEO of Splunk, discusses how big data has spurred the need for every enterprise company is ultimately going to need a Data Czar.
IBM has deployed a super intelligent face mask surveillance system for businesses (or government) to discreetly track face mask usage by employees, customers, and anyone who enters a building where their system is installed.
Google Cloud has introduced Confidential Computing in a bid to help secure data in the cloud.
Apple unveiled the next version of macOS, named “Big Sur.” The design of the OS features a number of refinements.
Antietam Broadband, based in Maryland, has boldly gone where big ISPs fear to tread: It has removed data caps permanently.