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eWEEK PREDICTIONS 2020: We're also seeing predictions of AI and machine-learning "poisoning" potentially causing new cybersecurity problems. It remains to be seen how these new twists will affect cultures.
eWEEK NEWS ANALYSIS: Dell EMC is moving to the head of the IT class in eco-consciousness, among other important long-range initiatives.
eWEEK SECURITY ANALYSIS: If we are truly serious about eliminating sexism, racism and any form of employee abuse, we have to identify repeat offenders to the group and work to either rehabilitate them or get them out of the workforce.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: New research shows that despite the past year’s global focus on data privacy regulations designed to give consumers more power over their data, customers still feel like they’re being kept in the dark on how it’s being used.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: From zombie botnets to insidious email infiltrators, here are the top malware threats to hit us in 2019.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: Increasingly, bots are mimicking real human workflows across web applications to “behave” like real users.
eWEEK NEWS AND PRODUCT ANALYSIS: All in a day's work: Data memory and chipmaker unveils first 3D XPoint commercial product, new SSDs, a new AI platform and a cloud-based security service.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: HP's latest mobile PC is basically a desktop workstation masquerading as a power laptop, as its 32GB of RAM and half-terabyte of storage will testify. Great for general business use and storing / presenting video and presentations of all kinds.
eWEEK DATA POINTS RESOURCE PAGE: A new paradigm for remote access called Software-Defined Perimeters (SDPs) has taken a zero-trust approach to remote access that replaces broad network access with granular, identity-based access to important IT resources.