8 actions to introduce enterprise AI and robotic process automation in a human way

Here’s the paradox: it takes people to automate. Enterprises are moving aggressively to automate as many of their processes as possible, through artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic process automation. Automation opens up new types of career opportunities, from programming to training. Automation also liberates employees for higher-level tasks. But it can’t simply be inserted into operations without forethought and… Read more →

Simple tips to speed up your iPhone

How to switch from iPhone to Android without losing too much time, sleep, and your data! There’s good news and bad news. The good news is that you can switch, but the bad news is that the longer you’ve been using an iPhone, and the more you’ve made use of Apple’s features and … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/simple-tips-to-speed-up-your-iphone/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Simple tips to… Read more →

Twitter bot activity spiked after the release of the Mueller Report

Image: SafeGuard Cyber (supplied) The activity of Russian-linked Twitter bots and trolls spiked after the release of the Mueller Report, George Kamide, Director at digital risk protection provider SafeGuard Cyber told ZDNet today. Kamide said his company observed a 286 percent increase in Russian bot and troll activity on Twitter following the public release of the long-awaited Mueller Report. Dormant… Read more →

The Weather Channel goes off the air for 90 minutes after ransomware infection

Logo: The Weather Channel // Composition: ZDNet The Weather Channel’s Atlanta headquarters were hit by ransomware yesterday, April 18, and the station’s live TV broadcast was interrupted for 90 minutes as a result. The incident occurred at around 6:00 am, local time, when the TV station’s daily morning live show AMHQ stream went down for minutes, before being replaced with… Read more →

10 best free video streaming services for cord cutters

Streaming killed the Blu-Ray Samsung is discontinuing its Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray player lines. That’s lousy news for people who love older TV shows and movies. When cord-cutting became a thing, it was all about saving money. Today, cord-cutting costs are catching up with cable. Indeed, with Disney Plus coming, with its must-watch package of Marvel Universe, Star Wars, and… Read more →

Security researcher MalwareTech pleads guilty

Marcus Hutchins, also known as @MalwareTechBlog. (Image: file photo) Marcus “MalwareTech” Hutchins, the British security researcher known for stopping the WannaCry ransomware outbreak, has pleaded guilty today to writing malware in the years prior to his prodigious career as a malware researcher. “I regret these actions and accept full responsibility for my mistakes,” Hutchins wrote in a statement posted on… Read more →

AI as a job saver? Why Japan’s auto industry is embracing Industry 4.0

The International Auto Show is underway in New York City today, and technology is in the spotlight. Much as the auto industry paved the way for industrial automation, carmakers have started to adopt artificial intelligence to speed up manufacturing and increase precision. That’s brought increased focus on human workers. Just as the auto industry is a bellwether for manufacturing tech,… Read more →

PayPal receives patent for ransomware detection technology

Young Asian male frustrated, confused and headache by ransomware attack on desktop screen, notebook and smartphone, cyber attack and internet security concepts Getty Images/iStockphoto The United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted this week a patent to online payments company PayPal for a technique for detecting and stopping ransomware attacks. According to US patent number 10262138, issued on April… Read more →

Microsoft releases version 2.0 of its PWA Builder tool

Credit: Microsoft Microsoft has hit the 2.0 milestone with its Progressive Web App (PWA) Builder tool. At its upcoming Build 2019 conference and beyond, Microsoft officials are expected to bang the PWA drum more loudly, but not to the exclusion of native app development. Microsoft has been working to make PWA support part of its overall Windows 10 and Edge browser… Read more →

Vital partnership or unholy alliance? Decoding the software/service provider relationship

SAP: A look at its challenges, opportunities ZDNet’s Larry Dignan caught up with Vinnie Mirchandani, author of SAP Nation 3.0, to talk about the enterprise software landscape and the evolution of one of enterprise software’s largest vendors. Software vendors such as Adobe, Salesforce, and SAP and experience agencies such as Accenture Interactive, MRM McCann, and VMLY&R need each other to… Read more →

Microsoft starts rolling out Google G Suite to Office 365 migration tools

Credit: Microsoft At the end of 2018, Microsoft officials said they were working on a Google G Suite to Office 365 “migration experience” that would be ready by Q2 2019. As of this week, those tools started rolling out, with full availability promised over “the coming weeks.” Microsoft’s documentation page entitled “Perform a G Suite migration” notes that in order… Read more →

Plagues then and now: Blood, frogs and locusts are no match for the ravages of 2019

How to protect your Google Account with the Advanced Protection Program If you want to beef up the security on your Google Account, then the Advanced Protection Program those at risk of targeted attacks – such as journalists, activists, business leaders, … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/plagues-then-and-now/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Plagues then and now: Blood, frogs and locusts are no match for the ravages of… Read more →