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Most common email scams

If you’ve had the same email address for a long time, then you’re more than likely receiving multiple emails per day that look rather suspicious. Email scams have been around for a long time and sadly won’t be going away any time soon. We’re going to talk about some of the most common types and how to spot them.

How Munich Re built a data lake fit for all its employees

The German reinsurance giant has built an internal portal giving all employees access to a data lake, with the hope that enterprising employees will create new business models

How 3D printing can affect your supply chain

3D printing has been used for prototyping for decades, but now it’s starting to creep into production process too. Even if you’re not printing things yourself, that change is going to have implications for your supply chain management.

Amazon's custom Alexa Blueprints skills show how far ahead of Siri and Google Assistant it is

Amazon has released a super-easy tool for anyone to make their own Alexa skill, and you won't find anything like for Siri or Google Assistant.

Hortonworks launches Data Steward Studio with an eye on GDPR use cases

Hortonworks, a vendor of data management solutions, has launched a new product called Data Steward Studio (DSS) to help enterprise customers find, identify, secure and connect data for consistent governance across cloud and on-premise data lakes.

Innovative CIOs make shift to managing IT as a product

Aping Silicon Valley technology startups, enterprises are revamping their organizations from project-based IT service delivery to product-oriented technology supported by agile development and iterative release cycles.

Best Raspberry Pi kits: 10 options for beginners and experienced makers

Our top picks range from basic Raspberry Pi starter kits to hardware bundles for specialized projects.

New AI tools make BI smarter — and more useful

Data science democratized: What used to take data scientists months to prepare may soon be put together in a few days by data-astute business users.

Beyond Java: Programming languages on the JVM

By running on the JVM, these languages run anywhere Java runs, work seamlessly with Java, and open up possibilities Java doesn’t

The secrets to beating an applicant tracking system (ATS)

Error-prone applicant tracking systems kill 75 percent of job seekers' chances of landing a job as soon as they submit their resumes. Here’s how to get yours past the system.