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The coronavirus won’t infect semis, but it will make fewer people want them

by Bill Ray  |  February 17, 2020

The number of people with Covid-19, the current incarnation of the coronavirus, remains proportionally small. However, keeping it that way requires draconian controls over the movement of goods and people,...

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In the Future, Your CRM Applications Will Need to Natively Support AI, IoT, Analytics and Integration

by Olive Huang  |  February 13, 2020

What is the best way to stay dry in Sydney's grey raining day? - go to Microsoft Envision they said. All the Microsoft executives at the event claimed they brought...

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If You Don't Work in the Cloud, How Does Anyone Know You're Working?

by Craig Roth  |  February 3, 2020

"Adoption" is one of Gartner's most popular inquiries about digital workplace.  How can you convince workers to get off their solo, on-premises ways of working and "work out loud" with cloud office...

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Will semiconductors be taking a hit from the coronavirus?

by Bill Ray  |  January 31, 2020

As flights are grounded, cities locked down, and cruise ships put into quarantine it’s sometimes hard to focus on business as usual. However, the rest of the world continues to...

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IRM 2020: Market Momentum Continues

by John A. Wheeler  |  January 30, 2020

2020 marks Gartner's fifth year of integrated risk management (IRM) technology coverage and the market continues to grow at a rapid pace. In fact, the spectrum of IRM technology solutions...

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Updated Paper on Penetration Testing and Red Teams

by Augusto Barros  |  January 29, 2020

I finally managed to publish the update to my paper on pentesting, "Using Penetration Testing and Red Teams to Assess and Improve Security". It has some small tweaks from the...

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Microsoft Could Revitalize Knowledge Management With Project Cortex

by Darin Stewart  |  January 22, 2020

Everybody wants effective knowledge management in their enterprise. Nobody wants to exert the effort or commit the resources necessary to make KM happen. Creating and capturing knowledge is a pain...

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February 2020 Hadoop Distribution Apache Project Tracker

by Merv Adrian  |  January 14, 2020

Updated 2/15/20 - thank you to HPE for MapR details Until 2018, I published comparisons of the supported versions of components in the multiple available Hadoop distributions. That older series...

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Do I Have Too Many meetings? Too Many Emails?

by Craig Roth  |  January 8, 2020

How do you determine if your employees have "too many" meetings?  Too many emails? I've entertained this question many times over the years as part of my interest in "enterprise attention management". ...

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Semiconductors in 2019 - HiSilicon reaps the spoils of (trade) war with the US

by Bill Ray  |  January 7, 2020

In 2019 Intel regained the top spot amongst chip slingers, with last-year’s number one Samsung getting burnt by crashing memory prices, but real winner of 2019 was HiSilicon whose revenue...

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