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In this Q&A, a data scientist explains why he combines objective data with human critiques to assess risk in Gilt's pre-emptive shipping program.
In this Q&A, Igor Elbert describes Gilt's pre-emptive shipping program, which leans on his expertise in machine learning and predictive modeling.
Server virtualization, managed data centers and hosted software can affect your company's compliance controls. Here's how to overcome the obstacles.
An educational testing service firm gives high marks to an off-the-shelf security management tool to protect student data.
The underlying legal issues for SaaS contracts can be ticking time bombs if you don't pay attention to the details.
CHIME uses National Health IT Week to roll out its partnership with AMDIS. CHIME will handle the policy and AMDIS the medical and technical knowhow.
Jocelyn Samuels, the new OCR director, stressed the importance of patients having access to their records, in a speech during National Health IT Week.
Across the country, patients using new technologies are gaining more access than ever before to their own medical records.
Rackspace rebuffed its suitors and opted to stay independent. What that means for the long-term stability of a company pushing managed cloud remains unclear.
Rackspace CTO John Engates talks Amazon, niche markets and all the reassuring the company had to do as outsiders debated the company's future.
With all the hype around hybrid cloud, many companies say they're using the model when they're really just using both public and private cloud. What makes it a true hybrid cloud?
There's a lot of hype about continuous deployment in DevOps circles, but it can be disastrous if the right culture and organization aren't in place.
GPUs offload the burden of demanding computational tasks from central processors. Integrate GPU into enterprise servers to manage intense computing.
It's time to knock down those silos, one by one. IT is transforming from a siloed set of reactive cost centers into a service provider with a focus on helping the business compete.
New technology is giving personnel departments a bigger role in building the business -- helping them hire and retain people with the right skills.
NoSQL stalwart MarkLogic's database has grown to include many SQL database-style features. Next up is JSON.
Hadoop buzz dimmed down during summer's dog days. Its old pal MapReduce is somewhat to blame.
The Bitcoin market is maturing but security issues, such as private key management, persist. The Bitcoin Foundation gives the good news and bad news regarding Bitcoin security.
News roundup: Rogue cell phone towers are popping up across the United States, heightening enterprise communication and data privacy concerns. Plus: Goodwill breach update; Adobe patches released; and security in 2025.
Home Depot said late Thursday that its recent breach involving 56 million payment cards was the result of custom-built malware, and that the company has since rolled out new POS encryption technology.