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Microsoft says ASLR behavior in Windows 10 is a feature, not a bug

After a prominent security analyst criticized the implementation of a Windows 10 security feature, Microsoft fired back. That behavior is "by design," says Redmond. Here's the full story.

Nvidia, Nuance team up to bring AI, machine learning to radiologists

The partnership highlights how multiple vendors in the medical foodchain see machine learning and artificial intelligence as a way to revamp medical imaging.

?'Big four' Linux companies shift open-source licensing policies

Red Hat, Facebook, Google, and IBM commit to providing a fair cure period to correct open-source GPLv2 software license compliance issues.

Can Penetration Tests Actually Help Overcome the Cybersecurity Crisis?

2 weeks agoTechnology / Software : Gallop

Gartner had estimated, Worldwide spending on information security products and services will reach $86.4 billion in 2017, an increase of 7 percent over 2016, with spending expected to grow to $93 billion in 2018. The year 2017 has seen...Show More Summary

Serverless but not stress-free: enterprise computing moves outside the enterprise

Panel of CA distinguished engineers discuss the promise and perils of cloud, containers, serverless computing and artificial intelligence

Google Alphabet's Schmidt: Here's why we can't keep fake news out of search results

Google's search algorithms have a problem ranking truthful information when two groups oppose each other.

Top 8 Things To Consider When Transforming To Agile Testing

2 weeks agoTechnology / Software : Gallop

In the traditional waterfall methodology of software development, the process starts with detailed requirement gathering, and moves from design phase to final development, wherein test planning and execution comes in the last phase.Show More Summary

Windows 10 is testing new Apple macOS-like search box featuring Fluent Design

Microsoft takes a leaf from Apple's macOS Spotlight search for an upcoming Windows 10 search feature.

Macquarie Telecom makes AU$17.9m bid to acquire Bulletproof

The Australian heavyweight has offered AU$17.9 million to acquire the remaining shares of Bulletproof and bolster its cloud offering.

Salesforce delivers strong Q3, ups revenue outlook

The fourth quarter non-GAAP earnings outlook is a bit light relative to expectations. Salesforce also projects fiscal 2019 revenue.

TechnologyOne eyes a future with AI as enterprise cloud gains further steam

After gaining 112 new cloud customers in 2017, TechnologyOne chairman Adrian Di Marco told ZDNet there is more market share to claim, especially as artificial intelligence works its way into the enterprise.

The Washington Post's Platform as a Service Venture

Every company has to be a a tech company these days and the Washington Post is one example as it sells tech services to other newspapers — but should it?

Intuit Q1 strong with 2.55 million QuickBooks Online subscribers

Intuit's first quarter went well as the company continues to add self-employed subscribers to its QuickBooks Online franchise.

Intel: We're ending all legacy BIOS support by 2020

Intel will drop BIOS support as part of a plan to boost UEFI adoption.

Systems Thinking—A Process For Problem Solving in SDLC

3 weeks agoTechnology / Software : Gallop

“94% of problems in business are systems driven and only 6% are people driven.” ~ William Edwards Deming WHAT IS A SYSTEM? System. We hear and use the word System in all different contexts, all different places, and almost all the time. Show More Summary

How to tweak the new Firefox 57 Quantum browser to suit your preferences

Trying the new multi-process Firefox 57? Save yourself some time with these set-up tips...

Centrelink sees nearly 16k students head online to report income

In the wake of the 'robo-debt' debacle, over 15,000 students have logged on to Centrelink's online income reporting tool to update their information, instead of waiting on hold with call centre staff.

CA Technologies plots big bet on DevSecOps

At CA World, CA Technologies launched a bevy of products and integrations that add up to what it hopes will be a software factory.

Beware of the Bots in the Process of Digital Transformation

3 weeks agoTechnology / Software : Gallop

Did you actually think that Bots are smart? If so, you are wrong. They are super smart and could be maliciously intelligent at times as well. Bots can be fascinating as well as frustrating, depending on their application in the concerned business realm. Show More Summary

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