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Serverless: applications only when you need them – no more, no less

The sharing economy has delivered dominant business models that have swept through a number of industries, such as taxi services and hotel accommodations, providing these items on a short-term, temporary basis. It’s fitting, then, that IT services also are seeing their own version of a “sharing economy” business model, with applications and systems also delivered on a short-term, temporary basis… Read more →

Singapore to issue digital bank licenses

Singapore has announced plans to issue up to five digital bank licenses as part of efforts to add market diversity and boost the banking system in the country, as it looks to become a digital economy. The move also is part of a market liberalisation journey spanning two decades and an extension of an existing internet banking framework that has… Read more →

President Trump lifts US ban on Huawei at G20 summit

Huawei ban: Winners, losers, and what’s at stake (a whole lot) ZDNet’s Jason Cipriani and Jason Perlow talk with Karen Roby about how the security and trade brouhaha impacts everything from the future of regional carriers and the bottom lines of tech giants to 5G’s prospects and consumer’s pocketbooks. Read more: top picks The 10 best smartphones right now… Read more →

RHA T20 Wireless review: 12 hour battery with option for wired or wireless connectivity

WWDC 2019: Finally, Apple frees the iPad and Watch from iPhone’s shadow Can the iPad now become a serious business tool? Are the iPad and Mac platforms headed toward unification? Will developers take the time to get it right? TechRepublic’s Karen Roby gets some answers from Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani. Read more: RHA Audio released the original T20… Read more →

Glassdoor survey: Employees give top rating to VMware’s CEO, but Zuckerberg plunges

Nine lies about work Ashley Goodall, senior vice president of leadership and team intelligence at Cisco, talks to Tonya Hall about the damaging lies inflicted on the typical workforce, such as making employees feel interchangeable by disregarding their most unique qualities. High praise from employees pushed VMWare’s Pat Gelsinger to No. 1 top CEO for 2019 from No. 78 last… Read more →

Fewer people seek AI jobs: is the market cooling off, or too hot to handle?

Over the past 12 months, AI job-posting growth has slowed, while interest in AI jobs has actually dipped.   Photo: Joe McKendrick However, that doesn’t mean AI is starting to fade away like some fevered fad. If anything, it may suggest that we’ve reached the point in which the available applicant pool has dried up. That’s the word from the… Read more →

Destination cloud: How healthcare organizations are future-proofing strategy and operations

Want to protect your health data? Read the fine print Jonathan Lomurro, partner at Lomurro Law, sits down with Tonya Hall to talk about steps that individuals need to take in order to protect their health data. What is digital health? Everything you need to know about the future of healthcare How and why tech’s big players are poised to… Read more →

India rocked by rumors of H-1B caps, but Pompeo visit allays fears

Anti-immigrant ads target tech workers along San Fransisco commute The ads are part of the overall attempt to safeguard the interests of the American tech worker and strangulate the foreign worker H-1B visa, even though a peek at the most successful and globally dominant American tech companies show they are stocked with immigrant founders and senior management. Reuters recently published… Read more →