• Security Breaks DevOps - Here's How to Fix It

    Security Breaks DevOps - Here's How to Fix It

    Download Reliance on virtualized infrastructure and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) has exploded, making manual provisioning and management simply not feasible anymore; it takes too long and locks up too many resources.Modern DevOps methods and tools have emerged, thus responding to the business faster.
  • Your CFO cares about DevOps: The economics behind continuous delivery

    Your CFO cares about DevOps: The economics behind continuous delivery

    Download Applications are complex and fast-evolving, and with the expansion of mobile and web consumption demanding flexibility to handle constant requirement changes effectively, businesses are forced to reassess their application delivery strategies.New software development methodologies have emerged to address the need for agility starting from development practices to full automation of the software release process.
  • RSA Data Access Governance Access Control and Visibility for Unstructured Data

    RSA Data Access Governance Access Control and Visibility for Unstructured Data

    Download With the growth of the digital workplace, unstructured data such as documents, spreadsheets, images and media files accounts for 80% of enterprise data, and is continuing to grow exponentially.Governing access to data is an enormous challenge for organizations; there is often no easy way to understand where the data resides, who in the business has ownership of the data and who is entitled to access the data.
  • Identity Crisis: How to Balance Digital Transformation and User Security

    Identity Crisis: How to Balance Digital Transformation and User Security

    Download Organizations are facing the need for improved capabilities in managing identities and access as part of their journey through Digital Transformation.Managing customer identities becomes the standard, beyond traditional employee-focused Identity and Access Management (IAM).
  • Reduce Your Open Source Security Risk: Strategies, tactics, and tools

    Reduce Your Open Source Security Risk: Strategies, tactics, and tools

    Download Open source software is here to stay but that doesn't mean that developers can use it without considering the vulnerabilities and security issues they may introduce into their development projects.The fact is, there's no such thing as bulletproof, bug-free, automatically license compliant, and easily auditable software.
  • Weekly Rewind: Robot butlers, pizza drones, tech pleads with Trump

    Weekly Rewind: Robot butlers, pizza drones, tech pleads with Trump

    Instead of looking forward, as Jaguar has with its all-electric I-Pace, the U.The footwear conglomerate is flexing its creative and technological muscles with its new five-story, 55,000-square-foot store in the SoHo section of New York City.
  • Report: Apple Mulls Moving iPhone Production to US

    Report: Apple Mulls Moving iPhone Production to US

    Citing unnamed sources, Japanese newspaper Nikkei claims that Apple's key manufacturing partner Foxconn "has been studying the possibility of moving iPhone production to the US.Moving iPhone production to the US would undoubtedly be more costly for Cupertino.
  • 'Dashbot' Keeps Your Eyes on the Road

    'Dashbot' Keeps Your Eyes on the Road

    The miniature Dashbot connects to a smartphone app via Bluetooth to control music, maps, and messages with just your voice.Say "Dashbot, text Polly" or "Dashbot, play Barry Manilow," and the artificial intelligence system will complete tasks while you keep your hands on the wheel, eyes on the road, and phone in your pocket.
  • Enterprise Mobility Suite: How-To for IT Pros

    Enterprise Mobility Suite: How-To for IT Pros

    Download Every organization and every industry is being transformed by the trend towards cloud and mobility.There is no shortage of narrow point solutions that can provide bits and pieces of the overarching solution you need -- but modern IT departments face enough day-to-day challenges without having to constantly fine tune and integrate a bunch of different products.
  • Sorry Apple, Samsung's Note 7 Loss Is China's Gain

    Sorry Apple, Samsung's Note 7 Loss Is China's Gain

    Turns out, Samsung's Note 7 disaster wasn't the boon for Apple many predicted it would be, at least not yet.According to new data from Gartner, Apple didn't benefit from Samsung's exploding smartphone gaffe, but three Chinese handset makers did.
  • Uber is using its ride data to recommend restaurants

    Uber is using its ride data to recommend restaurants

    If you took a bunch of pins and stuck them in a map of any city to show all the start and finish points of Uber rides, many of the clusters would be around popular cafes, restaurants, and bars.Having already realized this, Uber decided to utilize all that juicy rider trip data to create its very own restaurant guide.
  • Apple Launches iPhone 6 Plus 'Touch Disease' Repair Program

    Apple Launches iPhone 6 Plus 'Touch Disease' Repair Program

    The iPhone 6 Plus has a problem, and some say it's a design flaw.The fault has been dubbed "Touch Disease.
  • Send Texts With Amazon Alexa's New AT&T Skill

    Send Texts With Amazon Alexa's New AT&T Skill

    AT&T on Friday will become the first US mobile carrier to let its customers dictate text messages to Amazon's Alexa voice assistant.As with any Alexa skill, you'll need to enable the AT&T texting feature via the Alexa website or mobile app, or by saying "AT&T Send Message" to your Echo speaker.
  • Resell Your Google Pixel, Get Locked Out of Your Account?

    Resell Your Google Pixel, Get Locked Out of Your Account?

    It might be easy work, but if you care at all about being able to access your Google Account, we'd advise against it.Word has it that Google has disabled the accounts of more than 200 people for reselling Pixels.
  • This App Prevents Thrill-Seeking Selfie Takers From Dying (Hopefully)

    This App Prevents Thrill-Seeking Selfie Takers From Dying (Hopefully)

    But it also caused a number of accidents and even deaths because people were looking at their phones rather than the world around them.The Pokemon Go craze has died down, but we're facing another, longer-term smartphone-related problem: selfie deaths.
  • Browse Privately on iOS With Firefox Focus

    Browse Privately on iOS With Firefox Focus

    The browser maker's Firefox Focus is now available as a free, private browser for iOS devices that lets you surf the Web "like no one's watching.And sometimes you just want a super simple, super-fast Web experience — no tabs, no menus, no pop-ups," Mozilla wrote in a blog post.
  • Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 835, Quick Charge 4

    Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 835, Quick Charge 4

    It will start to show up in consumer devices in early 2017, Qualcomm said.Last week, Google criticized third-party charging technologies for modifying the voltages of Android-powered devices beyond default levels, explaining that they may interfere with its own USB Type-C quick charging technology.
  • What Chemicals on Your Smartphone Reveal About You

    What Chemicals on Your Smartphone Reveal About You

    Researchers have devised a new method of forensic investigation that involves using chemical traces on the surface of your smartphone to form a unique profile about you.The molecules found on your device could, for instance, reveal everything from the type of hygiene and beauty products you use to clues about your diet, the medications you take, even places you have been.
  • T-Mobile to Kick Off Black Friday a Week Early

    T-Mobile to Kick Off Black Friday a Week Early

    This weekend, new and existing T-Mobile customers with two voice lines can get two more lines for free.The deal runs from Friday, Nov.
  • Create a 3D model of your home in mere minutes with Canvas app for iOS

    Create a 3D model of your home in mere minutes with Canvas app for iOS

    With Canvas, augmented reality startup Occipital may just have found its own killer app.Launched as a company back in 2013, Occipital made its name with the successful Kickstarter project Structure Sensor: a smart gadget that turned regular iPads into affordable 3D mapping and imaging devices.