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10+ essential iPad apps for professionals

Apple's iPad has come into its own as a work machine. These iPad apps can make it easier for business professionals and developers to be productive, multitask, and more.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 23:02

62nd Grammy winners predicted by artificial intelligence

DataRobot hopes to have a repeat performance after successfully using AI to choose last year's song of the year.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 22:03

Verizon and Dignitas launch 5G esports training facility and new home to League of Legends teams

Verizon's Los Angeles 5G Lab is now home to a 5,500-square-foot 5G esports training facility that will also serve as Dignitas' west coast HQ and home to League of Legends esports teams.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 20:57

Python: Where to learn it and why you should do it now

The programming language has a relatively simple, clean syntax that's easy for non-programmers to learn and understand.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 20:33

Hackers targeting Arabic-speaking countries with malicious Microsoft Office documents

Cybercriminals created a homemade RAT that uses multiple cloud services and targets countries like Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Egypt, Libya, Algeria, and Morocco.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 19:37

Get a hands-on look at a virtualized desktop infrastructure

Virtualized desktop infrastructure (VDI) can offer solid benefits such as centralized administration, user self-service and resource consolidation. Take a look at one company’s VDI experience.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 18:59

Highest and lowest IT job salaries ranked by US state

Geography plays a major role in IT salaries. Here are the states paying the big bucks and those to be avoided.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 17:30

Wireless network quality problems worse in urban and rural areas

Residents of urban and rural communities experienced the highest number of network quality issues, according to a new J.D. Power study.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 17:28

How to set up secure credential storage for Docker

Learn how to avoid saving your Docker login credentials in plain text by creating an encrypted credential storage.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 17:28

How digital credentials could solve for gender bias in hiring and promotions

Technology can fix a broken system by creating an even playing field for all candidates, showcasing certified skills and abilities.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 16:59

Project management v. business process management: What you need to know

These two management disciplines are intertwined, but they are separate and distinct.
  • 24 janvier 2020 à 15:11

How to protect previous Firefox tabs from being hijacked

Learn how to secure Firefox tabs from mischief with the Don't Touch My Tabs add-on.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 22:37

The Grammys go high-tech with IBM and artificial intelligence

The 62nd Grammys are around the corner and music fans will experience a modern day version of Pop-Up Video thanks to IBM's use of AI on the red carpet.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 22:17

5G promises faster speeds and greater security risks

TechRepublic's Karen Roby talks with Radware exec Mike O'Malley about the growing security risks that accompany 5G for providers, smart cities, and the enterprise.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 22:15

Glassdoor offers new mobile device tool for job seekers

Mobile job applications are on the rise, and this new feature makes it easier to do from smartphones.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 21:47

Star Trek captains offer 4 leadership lessons that could save your career

These takeaways from key moments in the Star Trek franchise offer invaluable advice for everyone who wants to lead a team.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 21:28

Tech leaders share how Star Trek inspired them to pursue a career in technology

Boldly going where no show had gone before, Star Trek has inspired countless boys and girls to dream about working in high-tech.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 21:14

Report predicts 69% of managers' routine work will be completely automated by 2024

A new Gartner study predicts AI will replace managers' daily responsibilities and create jobs for the underused population of those with disabilities.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 20:26

Businesses understand the value of big data, but employees aren't being trained to use it

A study found that most data being collected is never analyzed, which may be due to a data skills gap.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 20:06

Messy data is slowing down machine learning projects and driving up costs

A survey finds that bad data leads to bad business decisions like miscalculating demand and targeting the wrong customer prospects.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 19:00

How to use surveys to get project buy-in

Getting everyone to accept a project can be a challenge. Surveys can help build interest and get ideas.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 18:26

Why many small and midsized businesses remain vulnerable to cyberattack

Budget limitations and a lack of knowledge or training are two major factors hurting many SMBs, according to a survey from Untangle.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 17:10

AI in manufacturing is stalled by lack of data infrastructure and internal buy-in

61% of survey respondents said their company needs to re-evaluate how AI projects are implemented.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 16:34

Global smart device shipments to exceed 3 billion in 2023

Canalys predicts the smart personal audio category will grow the fastest, followed by smart speakers.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 15:29

11 popular IT certifications that make the most money

Find out which are in demand worldwide, and which IT cross-certifications are beneficial.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 14:29

6 easy ways to inspire unmotivated teams

Motivation can be in short supply during times of stress. The good news is there are at least six reasonably easy ways to get your teams back to work.
  • 23 janvier 2020 à 14:00

3 biggest threats cybersecurity professionals are facing in 2020

Organizations are moving toward next-generation cybersecurity solutions this year, but security fragmentation is a looming threat.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 21:25

The best and worst cities to live in if you're a STEM professional

A new study by WalletHub evaluated US cities to determine which are the best and worst to live in, based on criteria including job opportunities and quality of life.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 20:52

Analysts question whether FBI election cybersecurity changes are robust enough

New guidelines show how the agency will coordinate with state officials in the event of a cyberattack on election infrastructure.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 18:25

Quantum networking is projected to be a $5.5 billion market in 2025

Several companies are working to advance the technology, according to a new report.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 18:15

Consumers say a better battery might make a $2,000 phone worth it

62% say they would never spend that much and only Apple could change their minds.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 17:30

How to connect a Chromebook to a network printer

With Google Cloud Printing going away, you'll want to find a new way to print from your Chromebook. Why not a network printer?
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 17:12

Facebook Messenger: A cheat sheet

Facebook's instant messaging platform is used by more than 40 million businesses. Learn about Facebook Messenger's features to determine if it's a good fit for your organization.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 17:10

Linux needs easier bug reporting tools

The reporting of bugs is stuck in the early 2000s and needs to evolve into something end users won't hesitate to use.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 16:54

How remote work rose by 400% in the past decade

Telecommuting, SaaS growth, data security training and AI are among the top workforce trends of 2020, GetApp found.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 16:33

Email malware targets U.S. senator and military

The cybercriminals behind the powerful banking malware have turned their attention to government targets like Sen. Cory Booker.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 16:22

How to average unique values in Excel the easy way

If you need to average a list of values in Microsoft Excel that contain duplicates without including the duplicates, don't fret over a complex expression when you can easily remove those duplicates.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 15:00

Microsoft Outlook: 6 great add-ins for business users

Learn how to enhance Microsoft Outlook with the right add-ins.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 14:29

IBM partners with will.i.am's AI startup at Davos

The collaboration supports the tech founder's push for artificial intelligence acceleration, with Red Hat OpenShift on IBM public cloud.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 06:00

Bug bounties won't make you rich (but you should participate anyway)

Commentary: There's a lot of hype about bug bounties, but here's some truth.
  • 22 janvier 2020 à 00:11

How to secure your ESXi infrastructure: 5 best practices

Your virtual machines may be guests on an ESXi host server, but that does not mean they are safeguarded against attack. Securing your VMs is necessary to protect your network and data.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 22:58

11 DevOps trends that will matter most in 2020

Find out what experts say are the biggest changes to expect in DevOps this year.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 22:27

5G to expand global device shipments in 2020

While next-generation mobile phones will see growth, PCs are projected to decline, Gartner predicts.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 20:30

Magic Leap 1 augmented reality headset: A cheat sheet

Magic Leap 1 is one of the most hyped AR headsets. Find out how it compares to Microsoft's HoloLens 2, how to develop apps for the headset, and more.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 20:22

Top 5 books developers should read

From books about legacy code to web design, Tom Merritt recommends five books every developer should check out.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 20:11

Machine learning platform focused on finance can spot a strip club alias a mile away

AppZen uses computer vision, data augmentation, and natural language processing to spot fraud and compare contract terms with actual bills.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 19:20

How to access Word styles quickly

For quick access to the Microsoft Word styles you use most, rearrange styles in the Quick Gallery or use the Apply Styles dialog.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 18:16

Three ways mobility companies are using data to solve problems and shape the future

Siemens Mobility, Via, and Streetlight Data are working with cities to make cars and infrastructure smarter.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 18:14

How to set default apps in Android 10

Wrong app always launching when you tap an action in Android? Find out how easy it is to set the default apps in Android 10.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 17:46

iOS-based devices: Zero-touch management essentials

Managing multiple devices can be a full-time job. With a few tools in your arsenal, you can optimize mobile devices for zero-touch management.
  • 21 janvier 2020 à 17:27
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