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This is your electronic brain. This is your electronic brain with design thinking.

“The human mind is a very low-power, small, portable computer attached to a stomach that can run on berries and nuts.”  – Brad Becker Photo: IBM Media Relations However, the similarities between cognitive thinking and computer-driven processes tend to stop there, Brad Becker, chief design officer for IBM Watson, said in a recent interview at… Read more →

Math Anxiety: Why Hollywood Makes Robots of Alan Turing and Other Geniuses

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How Hollywood Portrays Alan Turing and Other Math Geniuses

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The other net neutrality debate: Should mobile messaging be subject to provider policing?

The results of Pew research poll released last week painted a picture of a society where most people know very little about very significant technologies, concepts and influencers. Yet while understanding Moore’s Law and the distinction between the Internet and the World Wide Web probably have little bearing on the daily lives of most Americans,… Read more →

Expanding your cloud repertoire? Check out these certifications

As mentioned in previous posts, certifications and accreditations are huge pluses for careers. They offer highly focused, lower-cost alternatives to formal continuing education from universities and colleges, and help resumes stand out. Plus, surveys show credentialed professionals often draw higher incomes than their non-credentialed counterparts. For managers and professionals in the fast-changing digital and tech… Read more →

Accellion tackles secure mobile content updates

  Pretty much every cloud file-sharing company is scrambling to differentiate in an increasingly commoditized market. Accellion‘s value proposition relies heavily on the company’s ability to turn its offering, kiteworks, into a platform that supports secure mobile collaboration leveraging existing content management applications. The technology—set to be released commercially in December—includes a set of application… Read more →

Zero Day Weekly: Sony’s epic hack, Home Depot lawsuits, Regin malware

Welcome to Zero Day’s Week In Security, our roundup of notable security news items for the week ending November 28, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more. This week, Sony Pictures was critically compromised, Home Depot got hit with 44 lawsuits over its breach, Craigslist got DNS hijacked, the SEA made a comeback, and much… Read more →

Zero Day Weekly: Sony’s epic hack, Home Depot lawsuits, Regin malware

Welcome to Zero Day’s Week In Security, our roundup of notable security news items for the week ending November 28, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more. This week, Sony Pictures was critically compromised, Home Depot got hit with 44 lawsuits over its breach, Craigslist got DNS hijacked, the SEA made a comeback, and much… Read more →

Poland slammed over holes in cyber-defence landscape

Polish institutions are ill-prepared for cyberattacks and are not cooperating well enough to be effective in tackling online threats, according to a state auditor. According to Poland’s Supreme Audit Office (NIK), state agencies as well as other government institutions are not collaborating enough and lack the expertise to deal with new security threats, department director… Read more →

Two-thirds of iPhone and iPad users now running iOS 8.0/8.1

It’s been slow progress, but figures released by Apple show that iOS 8.0/8.1 usage has finally hit the 60 percent mark. See also: Compared to iOS, Android Lollipop adoption rates suck Data released by Apple shows that almost two thirds of users accessing the Apple App Store are currently running iOS 8 or above, with 35 percent… Read more →