The VPN is dying, long live zero trust

VPNs are part of a security strategy based on the notion of a network perimeter; trusted employees are on the inside and untrusted employees are on the outside. But that model no longer works in a modern business environment where mobile users access the network from a variety of locations and corporate assets reside in multi-cloud environments.

Top 10 technical skills that will get you hired in 2020

Landing the perfect IT job is never easy, but certain, in-demand skills can smooth the way. Here are the top IT skills employers will be looking for in 2020.

TD Ameritrade cuts email use by 30% after Slack rollout

With employees feeling bombarded by email, and important messages getting lost in the mix, TD Ameritrade execs decided to embrace Slack. Communications improved, and email use fell.

How blockchain will kill fake news (and four other predictions for 2020)

As blockchain gains credibility in the marketplace, it's being piloted for uses never before considered. But the nascent technology will need to mature, both technically and as a part of a more complete ecosystem, before seeing widespread adoption.

How Tableau is fitting into the Salesforce family

Salesforce has been talking up the capabilities of the analytics vendor that it bought last year, but any vision of the future for the combined vendors remains muddy

8 ways to prepare your data center for AI’s power draw

Artificial intelligence requires greater processor density, which increases the demand for cooling and raises power requirements.

Kubernetes meets the real world

The container orchestration tool Kubernetes continues to gain momentum as enterprises leap from pilot projects to production. Here’s how Bloomberg, News UK, and the travel data provider Amadeus are putting Kubernetes to work

7 product roadmap tools for software developers

These cloud-based tools can help development teams map out software projects and keep stakeholders in the loop

Machine learning for Java developers, Part 2: Deploying your machine learning model

How to build and deploy a machine learning data pipeline in a Java-based production environment

Yes, you can reap cost benefits from the cloud

How four companies improved storage, backup, telephony, security, scalability, IT efficiency, and the bottom line by moving to the cloud

Syndrome and Infinitree augment digital experiences at 19th century bunker

The 200 year old British War bunker at Mumbai powered with VR, Auto-stereoscopic screens and Immersive customer experiences has been implemented by Infinitree Worldwide and Syndrome Technologies.

Developers should visualize code to bring ideas to reality: Sunil Motwani, MathWorks

Tech like AI, big data, cloud computing, IoT, etc. are transforming product design and testing. Sunil Motwani, Industry Director at MathWorks, explains what the company brings to the table for enterprises.