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IBM News
IBM And Mbzuai Advance AI For Climate And Culture
AI Center of Excellence will focus on finding carbon neutral solutions for existing energy resources and improving access to new AI technologies for Arabic speakers
Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI) in collaboration with IBM (NYSE: IBM) formally launched an AI Center of Excellence on Tuesday, January 17, as part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week's World Future Energy Summit. The Center aims to advance collaboration to improve the adoption of AI technology and help drive sustainability. The Center will develop carbon neutral solutions to existing energy supplies, combat climate change, and further natural language processing (NLP) for Arabic dialects.
IBM News, January 18th, 2023
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IBM Report Details Steps To Secure Data For Quantum Era
As quantum-powered cyberthreats loom closer, experts outline a plan of action
The IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV), IBM's thought leadership think tank, has published its Security in the Quantum Era report. This in-depth analysis of the quantum security landscape unveils the need for 'quantum-safe' strategies today to maintain the integrity and security of highly sensitive data in the future. Additionally, the report maps out a clear path as to how organizations can work across their ecosystem to protect data from cybercriminals tapping into the power of quantum computers.
IBM News, January 17th, 2023
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Red Hat News
Four Benefits From Red Hat And Microsoft For Azure Red Hat Openshift Customers
Microsoft Azure Red Hat OpenShift is a jointly managed, turnkey application development platform that allows you to more quickly and easily build and deploy Kubernetes clusters on demand.
While we at Red Hat talk about how this product is Azure-native and jointly managed between Microsoft and Red Hat, why does this actually matter to you as a customer?

Four benefits of the collaboration between Microsoft and Red Hat

While there are numerous benefits to Azure Red Hat OpenShift being jointly built and managed by Red Hat and Microsoft, let's dive into four that will benefit you the most.

Red Hat News, January 20th, 2023
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Friday Five - January 20, 2023
The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.
  • Red Hat Announces Intent to Reach Net-Zero Operational Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2030
  • SD Times - The perfect SRE doesn't exist, but the right one might already be in your organization
  • Security in 2023: 6 trends for IT leaders
  • Meet the DevOps Dozen 2022 Honorees
  • Navigating 5G transformation: Key learnings from the Red Hat partner ecosystem

Read on for details

Red Hat News, January 20th, 2023
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IT News - CxO
Spending On Compute And Storage Cloud Infrastructure Continues Strong Growth As Supply Chain Delivery Improves In The Third Quarter Of 2022, According To IDC
According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise Infrastructure Tracker: Buyer and Cloud Deployment, spending on compute and storage infrastructure products for cloud deployments, including dedicated and shared IT environments, increased 24.7% year over year in the third quarter of 2022 (3Q22) to $23.9 billion.
Spending on cloud infrastructure continues to outgrow the non-cloud segment although the latter had strong growth in 3Q22 as well, increasing at 16.5% year over year to $16.8 billion. The market continues to benefit from high demand and large backlogs, coupled with an improving infrastructure supply chain.

Spending on shared cloud infrastructure reached $16.8 billion in the quarter, increasing 24.4% compared to a year ago. IDC expects to see continuous strong demand for shared cloud infrastructure with spending expected to surpass non-cloud infrastructure spending in 2023. The dedicated cloud infrastructure segment grew 25.3% year over year in 3Q22 to $7.1 billion. Of the total dedicated cloud infrastructure, 45.2% was deployed on customer premises.

IDC, January 12th, 2023
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5 Tips For Implementing A New IT Operating Model
Changing how an IT organization operates is a risky endeavor so if you face such a challenge, this advice from Vishal Kumar may prove to be invaluable.
When asked to explain the meaning of a Technology Operating Model in layman's terms, a former colleague of mine remarked pithily: 'Well, it's the way we do stuff around here'. In the years that have passed since, I have not yet been able to come up with an alternate description that so perfectly marries precision with brevity.

The longer form definition describes it as the way the Information Technology department operates, internally and externally. It encompasses how the department executes and interacts with its customers, how it delivers products and services, and the governance that underpins all its activities.

Heller Search Associates, January 11th, 2023
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8 Top Priorities For CIOs In 2023
Begin the new year by tackling the most challenging issues head-on. Here's a rundown of top-level priorities IT leaders must address in 2023.
As the new year arrives, CIOs are facing a challenging to-do list as they strive to maximize IT productivity and efficiency in increasingly unpredictable times.

As technology projects, budgets, and staffing grew over the past few years, the focus was on speed to market to maximize opportunity, says Troy Gibson, CIO services leader at business and IT advisory firm Centric Consulting. This is no longer true. 'As the economic pendulum shifts to cost control, CIOs will have to find ways to continue achieving the same results but with less margin for error,' he notes. 'How well teams execute will be key.'

CIO, January 11th, 2023
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Gartner Survey Identifies The Top 10 Priorities For CFOs In 2023
The Highest Priorities for CFOs in 2023 Center Around Rethinking the Finance Function
Evaluating finance function strategy, scope and design is the top priority for CFOs in 2023, according to a survey by Gartner, Inc. A survey of 157 CFOs in November 2022 ranked the top 10 priorities for CFOs for this year, and 90% of respondents selected evaluating finance strategy, scope and design as the top priority, followed by planning and sequencing finance transformation activities.

'CFOs will be stretched thinly across many activities in 2023. The survey revealed a wide range of actions CFOs plan to either lead or be significantly involved with,' said Marko Horvat, vice president, research in the Gartner Finance practice. 'More than two-thirds or CFOs plan to be significantly involved even in the priorities ranked in ninth and tenth place.'

Gartner, January 10th, 2023
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CISOs Are Focused on These 3 Trends. Are You?
The macro issues shaping the threat landscape can help security pros reset their priorities and reformulate strategy.
As remote work grows, many organizations are managing a complex web of in-person, online, and hybrid work scenarios while also juggling cloud migrations to support their diversified workforces. For CISOs, this has created a variety of new challenges.

Based on our conversations with security leaders, Microsoft has identified the top three focus areas that CISOs are prioritizing today so you can understand what steps your organization should take to guard against ongoing cybersecurity threats.

DARKReadng, January 9th, 2023
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2023 Predictions For Modern Application Security
Software dominates the world and remains a big and accessible attack surface.
In 2022, an estimated $6B was invested in Application Security, with that number expected to reach $7.5B in 2023. Within AppSec, software supply chain security entered the spotlight two years ago and represents AppSec's fastest growing attack category with major headlines of breaches and exploits happening on a regular basis.

Within this backdrop, a few related mega trends are apparent for the near future of Application Security. First is the growing complexity of development pipelines and dependencies on third-parties in pre-production development environments. Second is the growing synergy between application security and cloud security. Both trends define future security challenges and our predictions for modern application security.

Legit Security, January 9th, 2023
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Leadership: Don't Make It Harder Than It Is. Perspectives From A Former CISO/CSO
I'm kicking off my blog series, 'Perspectives From A Former CISO,' with my thoughts on leadership.
The series will pull from my experiences as a CISO and those of my peers. To be clear, I don't purport to have the all the answers but did learn a thing to two during my tenure leading teams over the past 28 years. Under my 10-year watch as CISO/CSO, I had an extraordinarily dedicated and tenured team and very low turnover - something almost unheard of in security.
Forrester, January 9th, 2023
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The Resolution Every CSO/CISO Should Make This Year
As security leaders look forward to what the new year brings, they're taking stock of everything - their teams, their technologies, their budgets - and trying to plan for what looks to be another challenging year.
While I don't have a Magic 8 Ball, 2023 looks like more of the same - the same budget constraints, the same supply chain problems, and the same cybersecurity challenges. There is also a lot of pressure currently on security leaders to do more with less while also facing more scrutiny and more accountability for the effectiveness of their cybersecurity programs.

Sophisticated and frequent cyberattacks, shrinking budgets, and a scattered workforce have only exacerbated preexisting security challenges to the point that it's hard to know what to address first. So, if you're a security leader still working on your New Year's resolutions, cyber resilience should be No. 1 on your list.

DARKReading, January 13th, 2023
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IT News - Storage
Data And Storage Trends 2022
Enterprises today want real-time, consistent, connected, and trusted data to support their critical business operations and insights
Any delay in the availability of data can have a negative impact on businesses. Ever-expanding data volumes, new governance requirements, data silos across clouds and on-premises, etc., can cause enterprises to slow down on their data strategy and create business challenges. Therefore, storage and protection systems remain critical to managing IT infrastructure., January 12th, 2023
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Storage Buyer's Guide
There are multiple approaches to storage to choose from, including SANs, NAS, DAS, and cloud storage.
Enterprise data storage is a centralized repository for information, which commonly off ers data management, protection, and sharing functions. Because enterprises handle massive amounts of business-critical data, storage systems that are highly scalable, off er unlimited connectivity, and support multiple platforms would benefitt them the most. There are multiple approaches to storage to choose from, including SANs, NAS, DAS, and cloud storage..., January 10th, 2023
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Fibre Channel Protocol In A Zero Trust World
Fibre Channel SANs (storage area networks) are touted as more secure than IP-based storage networks. In a way, that is true because Fibre Channel is a distinct network separated from the mainstream client-based applications
Moreover, the Fibre Channel protocol is entirely different from IP, and the deep understanding of the protocol, its implementations are exclusive to a selected cohort of practitioners and professionals in the storage technology industry.

The data landscape has changed significantly compared to the days where FC SANs were dominating the enterprise. The era was the mid 90s and early 2000s. EMC was king; IBM Shark was a top-tier predator; NetApp was just getting over its WAFL NAS overdose to jump into Fibre Channel. There were other fishes in the Fibre Channel sea.

Storage Gaga, January 11th, 2023
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IT News - AI
Top 6 Companies Leveraging AI To Keep An Eye Out For In 2023
The development of AI technology has sparked intense competition that compels all service providers to adopt innovations to stay ahead of rivals. User safety is the top priority for cybersecurity firms.
User safety is the top priority for cybersecurity firms. Numerous servers host photographs, videos, links, and online pages; therefore, keeping them out of hackers' access is essential. Only cybersecurity experts can prevent our data from being compromised since black hat hackers are capable of breaching cybersecurity for a variety of reasons.

To identify new cyberattacks, AI in cybersecurity involves analysing a large amount of risk data and the relationships between risks in organisation information systems. To stop corporate intrusions, many cybersecurity firms are becoming more well-known. A number of AI-powered cybersecurity firms can protect Internet-connected systems or other IoT devices. Here are the top 6 cybersecurity firms to look out for in 2023., January 12th, 2023
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The AI Market: An Overview
If there's a leading technology of the current era, artificial intelligence (AI) is clearly a top contender. The hype is constant and flows from all quarters.
AI's role in consumer products and enterprises alike is growing, rare for any technology.

AI as a platform spans hardware, software, and on-demand services. All three categories have very different players, although there is some overlap between hardware and software players.

The number of U.S. AI companies has doubled since 2017. According to Tracxn Technologies, which tracks startup businesses, as of the third quarter of 2022, there are 13,398 artificial intelligence startups in the United States.

eWeek, January 9th, 2023
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IT News - HR
5 Hot IT Hiring Trends - And 5 Going Cold
Economic uncertainty, tight talent markets, and the rising need for IT versatility have altered the IT hiring landscape. Here's how companies are adjusting when it comes to IT staffing.
Hiring tech talent in 2023 means navigating an uncertain economy, the effects of widespread tech industry layoffs, and candidates who want to work for a company with a mission and workplace culture that align with their values, including diversity, equity, and inclusion.

IT leaders say the best approach is to focus on adaptability. Firms that want to innovate and grow while headcounts are in flux are looking to upskill talent from within, promote their firm's strengths to prospective candidates, and broaden their pool of potential hires from nontraditional backgrounds.

CIO, January 10th, 2023
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IT News - Operations
Best Practices For Remote Data Center Management
Remote data center management practices have become extremely popular, due to the impact of the pandemic. From using tools to managing resources, here are some recommended best practices for remote data center management
With remote working being the norm rather than the exception, many businesses have realized the value of keeping data centers close to the user. This has resulted in a landscape that consists of traditional data centers which co-exist with edge data centers. This unique situation has also necessitated the need for remote data center monitoring, which helps data center owners operate with less number of staff.

With increased demand for delivering quality access and stable connectivity to an increasing number of remote workers, data center owners today have to continuously make efforts for ensuring uptime and good performance of their remote data centers., January 11th, 2023
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ITSM Best Practices to Increase Business Efficiency
ITSM is a process-based approach to managing IT services, and it can be used to support an enterprise's business objectives.
With the right technology-enabled ITSM strategy in place, businesses can improve their overall performance and better meet the needs of their customers. However, investing in tools and technology plays only one part in the process.

Adopting best practices to use these tools effectively for the desired outcomes is equally vital. This article aims to clarify ITSM and its benefits to a business and ITSM best practices in detail, so your business can grow, and you see an increased ROI., January 9th, 2023
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IT News - Security
Securing Budget For Your Corporate Security Program And Earning Your Seat At The Table
While security teams are tasked with securing their business's people, operations and assets, they're often faced with resistance from internal stakeholders when establishing their program budget.
For security leaders to successfully defend their funding, they must effectively communicate what security vulnerabilities are costing the business, know how their program supports each department, and learn how to counter common objections.

In our recent webinar, a panel of security experts shared valuable insights on how to get key stakeholders to understand why proper funding is critical to protect their organization's assets, employees and bottom line while ensuring business continuity.

ONTIC, January 11th, 2023
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Securing Critical Infrastructure With Zero Trust
By definition, critical infrastructure is vital. It needs to be operationally resilient, be able to reduce the potential attack surface, and minimize the new or expanding risks. Explore insights on how to secure critical infrastructure.
Critical infrastructure forms the fabric of our society, providing power for our homes and businesses, fuel for our vehicles, and medical services that preserve human health.

With the acceleration of digital transformation spurred by the pandemic, larger and larger volumes of critical infrastructure and services have become increasingly connected. Operational technology (OT) serves a critical role as sensors in power plants, water treatment facilities, and a broad range of industrial environments.

CIO, January 13th, 2023
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Applying the NIST Framework to Ransomware Risk Management
Top Takeaways for Preparing for and Managing a Ransomware Attack with NISTIR 8374
Your organization likely adheres to at least some National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standards. Unfortunately, that approach alone isn't enough to protect you against ransomware.

To that end, NIST has released a framework, NISTIR 8374, that specifically covers the process of preparing for and managing a ransomware attack. I recently co-hosted a presentation on the framework with my colleague Asad Ali, Director of Technology at Thales. Here are our top takeaways.

Cyber Defense Magazine, January 9th, 2023
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Cybersecurity: What's In Store For 2023?
Predictions from technology experts
Cybersecurity is already one of the biggest pain points for businesses. Indeed, cyber-criminal activity often outpaces business security efforts, resulting in a requirement for teams to constantly adapt to an ever-evolving threat landscape.

Now, faced with new macroeconomic issues, such as the continued financial instability, and the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, the impact on the cyber landscape has been unprecedented. Globally, cyber attacks increased by 125% between 2021 and 2022 - and this upward trend will likely continue into 2023. So, as this year draws to a close, the attention of business leaders must turn to protection for the year ahead.

Technative, January 9th, 2023
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2023 Cybersecurity Predictions
With the start of a new year, LogRhythm is announcing our 2023 cybersecurity predictions! This is a tradition at LogRhythm, as each year our executives reveal cyber threats organizations across the globe may potentially face.
Looking back at our 2022 and 2021 security predictions, many of these indeed came true! This year, we have several thoughts to share about new or evolving threat tactics, along with predictions for what challenges organizations will encounter and how they may respond.

Eight 2023 cybersecurity predictions

In this blog, we will dive into cybersecurity predictions for you to be aware of in 2023. You can also tune into our webinar featuring LogRhythm security experts as they deep dive into the predictions and provide tips for how you can prepare for what may come.

LogRhythm, January 10th, 2023
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IT News - Cloud
Moving To The Cloud? Invest In Your People With These Steps
Companies focused on digital transformation can side-step the cloud skills shortage by looking within their company to develop existing staff.
Cloud computing -- the on-demand delivery of IT resources over the internet -- is powering an increasing number of experiences today, big and small. For organizations, the cloud is redefining how they can conduct business with unprecedented speed and agility.

But there's just one problem: a massive shortage of cloud-skilled workers to make it all happen. While Gartner predicts global public cloud spending will grow 22% this year to $482 billion, the ongoing surge finds organizations lacking the IT talent to meet their cloud goals. In fact, 85% of organizations report deficits in cloud expertise.

InformationWeek, January 13th, 2023
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As Cloud Migrations Soar, Realizing The Full Value Of Cloud Continues To Be An Urgent Priority For Companies, Accenture Report Finds
State of cloud market survey reveals four major trends and key practices to drive more value
While investments in cloud migrations have surged, organizations now must shift their focus to an ongoing journey in order to achieve expected outcomes at higher rates, according to new research from Accenture (NYSE: ACN).

The report, titled 'The race to cloud: Reaching the inflection point to long sought value,' is based on proprietary research as well as a global survey of 800 business and IT leaders. Building upon similar research Accenture conducted in 2020 and 2018, the report identifies where companies are on their cloud journeys and how much value they're getting from their cloud investments across five areas: cost savings; speed; business enablement; improved service levels; and resilience / business continuity., January 13th, 2023
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AWS, Azure, and GCP: 4 Major Areas in Which They Differ
Consider these four differences between AWS, Azure, and GCP before choosing one of the "Big Three" public clouds.
If you look at the "Big Three" public clouds today - Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform - you'll notice that they look pretty alike. They all offer the same core sets of services. Their prices and billing models are about the same. They target the same groups of customers. And so on.

But that doesn't mean the public clouds are entirely identical. There remain certain areas where there are still important functional differences between AWS, Azure, and GCP.

ITProToday, January 13th, 2023
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3 Cloud Trends To Watch In 2023
Competing narratives converge as companies push modernization while controlling costs.
There are two diverging narratives taking shape in the cloud ecosphere.

An economic downturn, interest rate hikes and high levels of inflation led to market conditions that favor spending cutbacks and workforce reductions.

At the same time, companies remain committed to moving forward with digital transformation, a strategy that requires more resource investment and capital in order to gain or retain a competitive edge.

CIODIVE, January 9th, 2023
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5 Ways To Optimize Cloud Migration Energy Savings
Migration to the cloud provides a unique opportunity for energy savings. We share how to realize these savings for your organization.
Migrating to the cloud has the potential to reduce the energy consumption of your workloads dramatically. In fact, cloud migration can lower energy consumption by 65% and carbon emission by 84%, according to Accenture.

But whether you actually achieve energy savings rates like those depends on how you execute your cloud migration strategy. Simply moving workloads into the cloud doesn't automatically guarantee dramatically lower total energy expenditure or a smaller carbon footprint.

DataCenter Knowledge, January 12th, 2023
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7 Use Cases For Distributed Cloud Environments
As infrastructure has grown more complex, the need to effectively manage it has grown, too - particularly for applications and APIs.
With many businesses moving application and API infrastructure to the cloud, business environments have grown more complex in recent years. As a result, it has become harder for businesses to manage, operate, maintain, and protect that infrastructure.

Fortunately, a new crop of solutions analysts have dubbed the "distributed cloud" has been introduced to help customers reduce complexity and better protect their application and API infrastructure, regardless of whether it contains any combination of on-premises, private cloud, public cloud, multicloud, and hybrid environments.

DARKReading, January 9th, 2023
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IT News - DR
7 Key Benefits Of A Cloud Disaster Recovery Strategy
A man-made or natural disaster can happen at any time, potentially putting your business in jeopardy. This is why it is imperative to ensure that your digital assets are backed up and safe so they can be recovered should a major event occur.
This is made easier by migrating to a cloud-based solution, allowing you to establish an effective cloud disaster recovery strategy. In this article, we will discuss the seven benefits of having a cloud disaster recovery strategy and the consequences of a lack of planning.

What is a Cloud Disaster Recovery Strategy?

Cloud disaster recovery (CDR) is a cloud-based strategy that allows organizations to quickly recover their digital assets and restore systems following a disaster, whether man-made or natural. This managed solution provides remote access to all systems within the organization in a secured, virtual environment that minimizes or avoids any downtime.

Security Boulevard, January 10th, 2023
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IT News - Compliance
Compliance And Regulations For Your Cybersecurity Program
Compliance for many cybersecurity programs has been the cornerstone and the catalyst for why many programs exist in the first place.
Since the rise of the information technology function within the enterprise, security has been a priority for the companies and governing bodies in the industries and locations where they operate effectively. For many entities, compliance is critical to ensure ongoing business operations and support new business growth.

To understand the role of compliance standards in an integrated risk and compliance program, consider compliance standards as the physiological requirements in Maslow's hierarchy of needs: the foundational requirements like food, water, and shelter.

CyberSaint, January 9th, 2023
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Data Compliance: The Complete Guide For Upcoming Regulatory Changes
The devil's in the data, and data is everywhere. In modern-day business, staying away from data is almost impossible, and we can't imagine why you would want to.
Back in the day, you might have kept your client information in a locked drawer and cabinet. Nowadays, it's significantly more challenging to secure and protect. Enter data compliance.

What is data compliance?

Data compliance is the governance structure to formally ensure that organizations comply with all the laws, regulations and standards surrounding managing, obtaining, storing and protecting data. Data compliance governs all digital assets and data possession to prevent them from being compromised.

Scytale, January 11th, 2023
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IT News - Big Data
7 Key Big Data Trends And Predictions For 2023 & Beyond
Solutions Review's Expert Insights Series is a collection of contributed articles written by industry experts in enterprise software categories. In this feature, Dataddo CEO Petr Nemeth reveals his most important big data trends and predictions for 2023.
Contrary to what you might think, the percentage of businesses investing in digital transformation today is not much higher than it was before the pandemic. What is higher today, however, is the percentage of businesses at more advanced stages of transformation.

They are using more data-producing tools, sharing data with more end users, and making more concerted efforts to govern data.

Solutions Review, January 10th, 2023
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What Is ETL, Extract, Transform, Load?
Extract, transform, load (ETL) is the process of extracting data from various sources, transforming it through various methods, and loading it into a data warehouse or data lake.
Some background: Each day, companies collect massive amounts of data. And while this data could be a treasure trove of strategic insights, many enterprises struggle to make sense of it all.

Each day, companies collect massive amounts of data. And while this data could be a treasure trove of strategic insights, many enterprises struggle to make sense of it all.

According to a recent survey, 76% of organizations are still struggling to understand their data. And while a lack of talent and resistance to change may be driving forces behind the struggle, another factor must be considered: the sheer number of data sources.

eWeek, January 12th, 2023
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IT News - Developer
Top Programming Language Trends In 2023
Python and C will continue to be popular with programmers, while Java and PHP will slip in popularity. Here's a look at what to expect from the top programming languages in 2023.
Python will continue to dominate, PHP will keep slipping in popularity, and we might see at least slightly less interest in Java.

That, in a nutshell, summarizes some of the key programming language trends that are likely to play out in 2023.

For a more detailed look at what to expect in the world of programming languages over the next year, here are IT Pro Today's predictions for major programming language trends heading into 2023.

ITProToday, January 9th, 2023
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Where Is Your Risk? Vulnerabilities In Software Development
Organizations are facing a variety of software-related risks, and vulnerabilities introduced in the development process are just one of them.
The sooner they can figure out where these risks exist and how to address them, the better they can mitigate them and bolster their overall cybersecurity profile.

In a series of posts, we will take a look at some of the key software risks organizations are grappling with today. First up: vulnerability risk that emerges during software development.

Rezillion, January 12th, 2023
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