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Microsoft releases first Windows 10 Redstone 4 PC test build

Microsoft has released the first Windows 10 build in the Redstone 4 branch to a subset of Fast Ring Insiders. Credit: Microsoft Windows 10 Build 16353, which Microsoft is rolling out on August 31, is the first test build in the RS-PRERELEASE branch, which is the Redstone 4 (RS4) development branch. RS4 is the version of Windows 10 that will… Read more →

AI can now predict and guarantee the results of influencer marketing programs

Experts think AI will automate all human jobs within 120 years Influencer marketing has traditionally been viewed as a way to increase awareness and drive engagement around a brand. It can be really effective too when campaigns and influencers are utilised well. Special Feaure The Industry Cloud: Why It’s Next Coud computing has engulfed lots of IT, but one of… Read more →

Google updates Stackdriver, its suite of cloud application monitoring tools

Google Google on Thursday announced a series of updates to Stackdriver, its integrated monitoring, logging and diagnostics suite for cloud-based applications on Google Cloud Platform and AWS. Stackdriver now offers easier analysis with logs-based metrics, the ability to aggregate exports of logs and the ability to fine-tune the logging pipeline with exclusion filters. Additionally, Google’s announcing that starting December 1,… Read more →

Timid growth predicted for IT spending in Brazil

Budgets for technology in Brazil will not see a substantial increase this year and predictions for 2018 are not all that different, according to a new study. IT budgets will grow by about 3 percent this year and the forecast is about the same rate for 2018 – or even a decrease, according to the Brazil IT Snapshot trends study… Read more →

Salesforce and IBM unveil more data integration tools

Salesforce and IBM on Thursday unveiled a new set of joint products that brings more data integration to customers. The alliance between the two companies began back in March with the announcement of an AI partnership between Salesforce Einstein and IBM Watson. The deal gave Salesforce customers direct access to data from Watson’s AI platform. Meanwhile, IBM signed on to… Read more →

White Ops, Trade Desk partner to tackle ad fraud

Anatoliy Babiy | Malwarebytes White Ops and The Trade Desk have announced a new deal which aims to prevent malvertising and fraudulent ads from causing businesses losses in revenue. On Thursday, the companies said the “landmark” agreement “completely changes how the advertising industry tackles fraud” by going back to the basics with human control at the end of each impression… Read more →

AI to the people: Anaconda readies its Enterprise 5 Python distribution

Anaconda, Inc. (formerly Continuum Analytics) is releasing version 5 of the Enterprise SKU of its namesake Python distribution today. Are you thinking to yourself “A new release of a programming language? Big whoop?” If so, I understand, but you have it all wrong. It’s all about AIWhile Python is in fact a general-purpose programming language, it became data science-friendly with… Read more →

Magna launches MAX4 system, aims to scale autonomous driving broadly

Magna International, a leading supplier to automakers, rolled out MAX4, an autonomous driving system that could go a long way toward scaling the technology. Autonomous driving systems have received a lot of attention from technology players such as Google, Intel and Nvidia as well as automakers including Ford and General Motors. Magna’s MAX4 in theory could have a wider impact… Read more →

Oracle steps up IoT game, adds AI, digital twin and enterprise data integration

Oracle said it has added digital twins, workflow threads between enterprise systems between the Internet of things to corporate data and embedded artificial intelligence to its IoT Cloud applications. The company has been stepping up its IoT efforts with an aim to easing deployments and delivering more business value. Like Salesforce and SAP, Oracle is arguing that melding corporate and… Read more →

As enterprise security concerns grow, a tailwind emerges for Box

Video: Demand for new security tools grows as businesses adopt cloud computing special feature Integrating the Hybrid Cloud As far and fast as cloud computing is embedding itself into the enterprise, there remain many cloud-resistant applications and services. Read More When cloud computing first took off, the least regulated industries were some of the first to get on board, given… Read more →

Singapore focus on critical infrastructures essential to public safety

Singapore’s emphasis on the security of its critical infrastructures is necessary to safeguard general public safety and compel these systems to keep pace with current security landscape. The country’s proposed cybersecurity bill, unveiled last month, outlined measures to protect local critical information infrastructures (CIIs) and ensure swift response to threats and incidents. It listed 11 “essential services” sectors considered to… Read more →

Essential apologizes for ‘humiliating’ customer data leak

Essential Essential founder and CEO Andy Rubin has apologized for a “humiliating” security failure which led to the leak of information belonging to customers. Essential touts itself as “creating solutions for the way people live in the 21st century,” and the firm’s first offering, a modular smartphone, is designed to stand out from the competition by eradicating bloatware and offering… Read more →