Apple has joined a who's who of tech vendors in the FIDO Alliance who see standardised, two-factor authentication as the way forward.
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BlackBerry has integrated its Desktop and Access Browser with Awingu's workspace and AI-driven security software from its acquisition of Cylance.
Machine learning will be key in evaluating whether a mobile device and its user should be allowed to connect to a corporate application or data silo, as user behavior becomes a part of overall endpoint security.
Public sector projects are driving greater interest to adopt fiat-backed cryptocurrencies by central and regional banks.
By refusing to put a permanent backdoor in its iOS platform, Apple is protecting millions of users from future threats by both governments and hackers.
IoT and blockchain may be a natural fit, but it will still take five to 10 years before kinks are worked out.
Investment bank HSBC is using a blockchain distributed ledger technology to digitise transaction records of private investments.
Blockchain is gaining ground in the supply chain arena, enabling suppliers to verify food origins and ensure regulatory rules are met.
A decentralised storage service is claiming their capacity is cheaper and more resilient than big players such as Amazon S3.
While C-level positions were all the rage when mobility was new in the enterprise, the role of CMO is now largely unnecessary.
Microsoft's decision to integrate third-party mobile threat defence software is a sign of bigger things to come for the company's UEM platform.
Stablecoins can include features that are typical of regulated securities, meaning they might be able to avoid new government oversight.
As enterprises continue to cut their tech teeth on the distributed ledger, non-technical challenges and interoperability hurdles are emerging.
The new blockchain and AI-enabled cloud offering enables real-time views of order shipments, alerts and optimisation recommendations.
While corporate CIOs see the distributed ledger technology as innovative, blockchain is unlikely to become technically and operationally scalable anytime soon.
To help facilitate channel partners, AWS, in collaboration with Westcon-Comstor, offers a comprehensive channel partner program, the Amazon Partner Network (APN).