Software stability is a key requirement for large companies, and on Tuesday Hortonworks took a big step in that direction by announcing a new release cadence for its enterprise Hadoop software.
Deep learning has traditionally been accessible to just the largest organizations, but recently that's begun to change. On Monday, AI startup Nervana launched a new cloud offering for what it calls deep learning on demand.
IBM will acquire Resilient Systems, it announced Monday, and along with the company it will gain a big name in the security world: Bruce Schneier.
For U.S. taxpayers, the news just keeps getting worse about the breach in the IRS's Get Transcript application that was discovered last year.
Neural networks are often used for image recognition, but it turns out they can create some pretty incredible images as well.
Predictive analytics can already help companies prevent churn and anticipate equipment breakdowns, but MIT has applied it to a new realm altogether: protecting ships and crews at sea from so-called "rogue waves."
Containers are revolutionizing enterprise IT in much the way smartphones have transformed the world of consumer technology, but there's still much more to come.
Machines may be able to "automate away" much of what needs to happen in the business world, but only the parts they're better at anyway, says H2O.ai CEO SriSatish Ambati.
Oracle is acquiring cloud startup Ravello for a reported $500 million.
The U.S. National Security Agency could be relying on a seriously flawed machine-learning model to target drone strikes in Pakistan, according to a new analysis of slides uncovered last year by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
The digital-transformation imperative looms large in the business world today, but it's not always clear how on-premises software and data should fit into the picture. IBM hopes to help.
GitHub's popular code-sharing service for developers has long been available in a self-hosted enterprise version, and now it's coming to IBM's Bluemix cloud platform.
Countless patching efforts are now under way for the years-old bug discovered in the GNU C Library this week, but organizations that use container technology shouldn't relax just yet.
There's nothing like raging success to bring on a pack of competitors, and that's exactly what's now happening in the enterprise-collaboration arena.
There's no shortage of dire warnings about robots taking over human jobs, but often overlooked is the potential for robots and humans to work together.