McAfee plans to be elected president in a landslide on the backs of 40 million tatooed voters
In an interview with CSO contributors Ira Winkler and Araceli Treu Gomes, the cybersecurity guru discusses why he wants someone literate in technology to run the country.
When it comes to security, trust but verify
At this year's Symposium/IT Expo, Gartner analysts say it's time to rethink security
Apple's new strategy for fighting off Android, retaining customers
Apple is using its huge cash hoard to keep customers from defecting to Android with iaaS – iPhone as a Service.
Robotics, automation play a big role in Gartner's top 10 predictions
Machines will replace more writers, and by 2018, 2 million workers will be required to wear health monitors
IBM launches cognitive computing consulting practice
The new IBM Cognitive Business Solutions will draw on the expertise of more than 2,000 consulting pros who bring backgrounds in machine learning, advanced analytics, data science and development, and industry and change management.
Cloud contact centre market still flat, says Frost & Sullivan
Market awareness of the benefits of Cloud contact centres is still low in Australia.
Cloud services go mainstream in healthcare
CIOs who previously eschewed the cloud because vendors wouldn't protect federally regulated patient information are growing increasingly comfortable with the technology.
Apple Pay 1 year in: Slow to grow, but 'off to a great start,' Apple says
Apple's attempt to reinvent mobile payments isn't a runaway success, but the company still believes.
New SDN tech is on the rise: Riverbed
Riverbed is pushing Software-Defined Wide-Area Networking (SD-WAN) as the next wave of network innovation.
Global average connection speed increases: Akamai report
Although quarterly changes were positive for the top 10 countries/regions, South Korea (23.1 Mbps) decreased 2.1% from the first quarter.