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How This Security Startup Is Plugging A Critical Gap In Enterprise IoT Platforms
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Over the last two decades enterprise IT has matured to handle identity, authentication and authorization of endpoints and users. Today it is common to find technologies such as SAML and OAuth that provide single sign on (SSO) capabilities to both internal and...
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LinkedIn Study Finds Buyers Value Trust, Oracle Updates Cloud Offerings, More News
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Beef up your LinkedIn profile. Dust the cobwebs off your Twitter feed. And, for Pete's sake, be honest. Those were some of the takeaways from a LinkedIn survey this week that polled sellers and buyers about sales technology, adoption and success. The...
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Vanguard Prepares To Destroy The S&P 500 Again
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Summary Vanguard Consumer Staples ETF has seen abysmal returns over the last year while the technology sector is going crazy. VDC has shown respectable returns during the prolonged bull market. For investors looking at a long-term horizon getting into the market, VDC...
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The Good, The Bad, and the Get on with It (Interesting Economist Articles This Week)
Gartner Blog NetworkAndrew White
I read this week’s Economist in two parts: the first half in my way from Atlanta to Seattle and the second half on my way from Seattle to Vancouver. I got excited the further away from home I flew. Much of what...
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Oracle Corp, SAP AG
10th Annual Variant Configuration Info Day 2017
SAP BlogsVelin Ivanov
The 10th Variant Configuration Info Day 2017, which took place in Sankt Leon-Rot, was a great demonstration of what the future brings, and how we manage to remain up-to-date when everything is changing so fast. The event was fully booked, with more...
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Colleges & Universities, Google Inc
Has Google paid off an army of academic researchers?
Los Angeles TimesAaron Perzanowski, Annemarie Bridy
The Google Transparency Project, an arm of an organization called the Campaign for Accountability, released a study last week claiming that Google funneled money to hundreds of academic research projects related to antitrust, intellectual property and other legal policy issues important to...
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Entrepreneurship, Google Inc
Technology Company Leaders Are Not The Only Ones Suffering Growing Pains
ForbesContributor, Roger Trapp
In all the discussion of the troubles at the ride hailing app Uber - and there has been a lot - there seems to have been an assumption that what has been going on at the San Francisco-based company is in some...
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Microsoft Profit Jumps, Fueled by Cloud Computing
The Wall Street JournalJay Greene
Microsoft Corp. continued its rebirth as a force in cloud-computing, posting stronger-than-expected gains in its business of selling web-based services to corporate customers. The software giant has been working to expand the business selling web-based services to corporate customers, and now has...
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Five Reasons Why ONE Championship Is Crushing The MMA Market
ForbesContributor, Sam Ameen
Chatri Sityodtong, chairman and CEO of ONE Championship, is a business force you won't want to bet against.
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Big Data, Oracle Corp
Full-stack software for cutting-edge science
JavaWorldMatthew Gerring
Have you ever wondered about the software used in big science facilities? A professional science facility brings together incredibly sophisticated machinery with equally complex software, which is used to do things like drive motors, control robots, and position and run experimental detectors....
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