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  • Citrix buys Wrike, and flawless integration is more important than ever
    by Mark Jones on 20. januar 2021 at 11:56

    It’s another big milestone signaling confidence in a permanent move to tech-enabled remote and flexible work But in a world where users are more reliant on UX and security than ever, the merger of IT must be flawlessly executed Another big buy-out in the booming collaboration tool market came yesterday with the acquisition of Wrike... Read more » The post Citrix buys Wrike, and flawless integration is more important than ever appeared first on TechHQ.

  • How social media is handling US inauguration day
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 20. januar 2021 at 11:02

    Social media companies are stepping up their content control efforts to reduce the threat of violence ahead of the inauguration of US President-elect Joe Biden today For the four years of Trump’s presidency, social media giants were lenient in enforcing policies against the spread of misinformation and threats. It was the President of the United... Read more » The post How social media is handling US inauguration day appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Oracle’s flagship release shows off ‘converged database’ capabilities
    by Joe Devanesan on 20. januar 2021 at 10:06

    Postponed in 2020, Oracle Database 21c handles broad tasks spanning transaction processing and data analytics, machine learning, blockchain, data streaming, and more Mega enterprise software firm Oracle has debuted a new edition of the company’s flagship database system nearly two years after its last major release, with a new update that is stuffed with vast... Read more » The post Oracle’s flagship release shows off ‘converged database’ capabilities appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Connected vehicle makers face chip supply chain crisis
    by Mark Jones on 19. januar 2021 at 16:25

    Carmakers throttled orders for chips amid falling demand in 2020 at the height of the pandemic Now, as the market picks up once again, key chipmakers don’t have the capacity to fulfill returning orders  The issue has caused a rift in the supply chain with economic consequences and highlights the increasing dependency of carmakers on... Read more » The post Connected vehicle makers face chip supply chain crisis appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Parler de-platforming highlights power of AWS
    by Dashveenjit Kaur on 19. januar 2021 at 12:11

    Tech titans Apple, Amazon, and Google collectively pulled Parler off the web within four days of the insurrection in Capitol Hill leading many to say the tech giants have more power to regulate online speech than the US government Earlier this month, social media platform Parler – a Twitter-like “free speech” site popular with some... Read more » The post Parler de-platforming highlights power of AWS appeared first on TechHQ.

  • UK hospitals use blockchain to track vaccine efforts
    by Mark Jones on 19. januar 2021 at 11:33

    Vaccine supply chains are incredibly complex, due to the requirements for cold storage, and the pace and scale of distribution UK hospitals are using blockchain to ensure the integrity of vaccines, ensuring they haven’t been tampered with or mishandled The world has leaned on the crutch of technology in the long-fought battle against the pandemic,... Read more » The post UK hospitals use blockchain to track vaccine efforts appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Learn how the differences add up to Epic proportions for small business
    by Lenovo on 19. januar 2021 at 10:33

    Anyone who is involved in running the technology underpinning a business doesn’t necessarily want a career in IT. In many cases, providing a reliable, secure, and cost-effective technology framework is all that’s required. Most businesses want a “fire and forget” provision that can be stood up, then left to run without constant attention. However, that... Read more » The post Learn how the differences add up to Epic proportions for small business appeared first on TechHQ.

  • 2020 was a turnaround year for PC sales – Gartner
    by Mark Jones on 18. januar 2021 at 16:16

    The pandemic and lockdowns led to a boost in PC shipments last year, according to a report from Gartner But it wasn’t just remote workforces, with consumers making PC purchases to improve their home-life A new report by Gartner reveals that PC worldwide shipments totaled 79.4 million units in the fourth quarter of 2020, a... Read more » The post 2020 was a turnaround year for PC sales – Gartner appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Could AI replace cybersecurity pros by 2030?
    by Mark Jones on 18. januar 2021 at 14:57

    The cybersecurity sector has been wrestling with a shortage of professionals for several years Like other industries, it’s ripe for automation – but some IT leaders think AI could take over the function entirely Cybersecurity has had a staffing shortage for a while now. With attacks becoming ever more sophisticated, targeted, and frequent, that’s an... Read more » The post Could AI replace cybersecurity pros by 2030? appeared first on TechHQ.

  • Protecting the Dynamic Workforce: A New Approach to Cloud and SaaS Defense
    by Darktrace on 18. januar 2021 at 12:06

    2020 demonstrated that everything can change in an instant, but few areas have had to pivot as much as cyber security. As remote workforces have dispersed across the globe, organizations have rushed to implement long-term digital transformation projects, ripping up the rulebooks of standard cyber security practices. Over the next year, security teams will have... Read more » The post Protecting the Dynamic Workforce: A New Approach to Cloud and SaaS Defense appeared first on TechHQ.