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China vs. the machine (learning)

If American businesses want to curb the theft of their trade secrets and intellectual property by other countries, they are going to have to do it themselves. Experts say their best hope is machine learning.

What did we learn about cybersecurity in 2015?

Cybercrime is always a hot-button issue, and last year was no different. What lessons can we learn from some of the more insidious trends and events to better prepare ourselves for the year ahead?

MANAGEMENT CENTRE

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APPLICATIONS

Tan Chong Group selects Servion to lead digital transformation of Malaysia contact centre

Servion suggests Cisco collaboration solution to power comprehensive customer care experience.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Box Capture's new scanning tool lets you save physical documents in Box's cloud

The app lacks OCR capabilities, but that may not matter to users.

DATA CENTER

Brocade helps virtualise Dong-Eui University’s data centre

The university has deployed Brocade’s VDX 6740 and 6510 SAN switches to build a robust foundation for its virtual data centre operations.

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Hands-on: LifePrint AR printer lets you share GIFs, Live Photos and Vines in real life

LifePrint creates photos equipped with augmented reality that can be shared remotely via its connected printers.

INDUSTRIES

Let there be light: How Li-Fi could change the Apple ecosystem

Beam me up, iPhone.

INTERNET

Keep your child safe online this school year

Nick FitzGerald of ESET talks about how parental control tools can be used on their children’s devices in order to protect them from malicious activities online.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Health and fitness fuel Malaysian consumer interest in smartwatches, survey says

Czech headquartered Kentico Software's APAC Director Wayne Jasek said that while more than 50% plan to eventually own a smart watch, confusion and cost issues are delaying purchase.

NETWORKING

Critical VPN key exchange flaw exposes Cisco security appliances to remote hacking

Firewalls running Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software can be compromised remotely with malformed UDP packets.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

Open source in the enterprise brings opportunities and challenges

When large IT organisations embrace open source software, good things can happen. And with any kind of shift in methodology, there are obstacles to overcome. When it comes to adopting open source, though, enterprises may longer have a choice.

SECURITY

Indegy finds out when industrial controls go bad (think Stuxnet)

Appliance gives insight into the control plane of programmable logic devices that run power grids and factories.

STORAGE

Visiontek USB 3.0 Pocket SSD review: Convenient form factor, fast reads, slow writes

This USB 3.0 thumb drive rivals Samsung's T1 in read speed, but writes barely faster than a hard drive.

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BLOGS

Gaining an edge in data-driven marketing

In order to be truly data-driven, here are some key trends that marketers need to consider.

A trusted partner

The primary focus for SAS is to build strong and long-lasting relationships with its customers; and its key strategy is proactive and consistent engagement across all customer touch points.

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