Latest stories for ZDNet related to US

Latest stories for ZDNet related to US

06/24/2017 09:29 AM
8 steps to becoming a 'cloud-native' enterprise
Go Agile, go DevOps, get the right skills, and don't fret the ROI just yet.

06/24/2017 08:12 AM
One-fifth of today's enterprise applications were born in the cloud, surveys suggest
'Let them die in their own lifecycle': Will on-premises applications simply wither away through gradual attrition?

06/24/2017 07:22 AM
Microsoft's Windows 10 Shared Source Kit code leaks
Some Windows 10 source code leaked to the Web, but according to some reports, the potential for serious exploits may be somewhat limited due to what was included.

06/24/2017 02:30 AM
Petnet SmartFeeder: Feed your cat or dog remotely using your smartphone
Feed your four-legged friend right from your iPhone or Android phone.

06/23/2017 04:59 PM
Huawei launches R&D center in Brazil
The company has invested $1,3 million in a facility to develop mobile technology projects in partnership with the Brazilian government.

06/23/2017 03:24 PM
Can AI make your health insurance better?
Using machine learning, along with basic information and history about customers, health insurance carriers can up their game.

06/23/2017 01:00 PM
Security considerations for the AI era
Analytics often involves corporate data and proprietary training algorithms. Keep them out of the wrong hands with these key strategies.

06/23/2017 12:01 PM
Linux owns supercomputing
In the latest Top500 supercomputer race, only two -- count 'em, two -- of the world's fastest computers aren't running Linux.

06/23/2017 11:39 AM
Google will stop scanning Gmail content for ad targeting
The move brings the consumer version of Gmail in line with the G Suite version, which never scanned email content for ad purposes.

06/23/2017 11:00 AM
Leveraging cloud for AI success
Hosted infrastructure may be spun up and leveraged on a pay-as-you-go basis, a smart option for IT departments that don't have machine learning experts on-staff.

06/23/2017 08:15 AM
Six features the iPhone 8 needs to stay ahead of Android
Forget wireless charging and hyped up features such as AR. Here's what the next iPhone needs to stay ahead of the competition.

06/23/2017 07:02 AM
BlackBerry misses Q1 revenue targets as enterprise sales shrink
Despite the revenue miss, BlackBerry reported a surprise Q1 profit of $671 million.

06/23/2017 07:00 AM
Exploring the infrastructure needs of AI
Does it make sense to maintain a high-speed analytics framework on-premises? We look at the resource stacks and database architectures most often used in advanced analytics.

06/23/2017 05:21 AM
iPad Pro 10.5 inch: Back on an Apple computing device, but not the one I anticipated
It's been a few years since I've used an Apple computer, and I was considering a new MacBook prior to the recent WWDC event. I ended up saving some money and buying a more portable Apple device instead.

06/23/2017 05:00 AM
Microsoft says 'no known ransomware' runs on Windows 10 S — so we tried to hack it
We enlisted a leading security researcher to test if Microsoft's newest, locked-down version of Windows 10 is protected against all "known" kinds of ransomware, as the company claims.

06/23/2017 03:35 AM
Two British men arrested over Microsoft hacking plot
The duo has tried, time and time again, to break into Microsoft's systems to steal customer data.

06/23/2017 03:00 AM
As EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) looms, tech vendors ready pitches
Enterprise technology vendors are lining up automated tools and artificial intelligence to land customers looking to comply with GDPR by May 25, 2018.

06/23/2017 03:00 AM
​Oracle re-spins legacy software into cloud growth game
It's easier to keep existing customers than land new ones. Oracle seems to be converting its customers from on-premise to the cloud and now databases may follow.

06/22/2017 02:00 PM
Beyond sensors: RFID and wearables
Warehouses, retail outlets, and other industries are using RFID tags and wearable devices for ERP and supply chain management.

06/22/2017 12:47 PM
Google pitches new legal framework for cross-border data handling
The current legal ambiguity concerning cross-border law enforcement requests for data has slowed down investigations and leaves consumer privacy at risk, Google argued in Washington, DC.