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The Role of a CTO in Mergers and Acquisitions

TurnKey Labs

In an era where technology knows no boundaries, the concept of building a remote tech team has taken center stage in the world of business. Remote work has not only become a viable option but often a necessity, allowing companies to tap into global talent pools and scale their operations like never before.

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Top 9 Generative AI Use Cases in the Software Development

Daffodil Software

Today's business world relies heavily on software, which is widely used in enterprise applications and products. As technology evolves rapidly, software development teams are under increasing pressure to deliver solutions that are both faster and of superior quality. They often grapple with issues such as functional issues, security vulnerabilities, and technical debt.

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Using AI to Help Humans Function Better During a Cyber Crisis

Darktrace

Humans find it hard to function logically during a crisis, particularly in cyber security where the variables are fast-moving. This blog looks at how AI can help human security teams overcome cognitive biases and manage cyber incidents more effectively.

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A Guide to The 3 “A”s Of Account Reconciliation: Automated, Accurate, Actionable

Datavail

One of the most essential tasks in the accounting world is account reconciliation. However, as important as it is, it can be tedious, time-consuming, and confusing. Even using spreadsheets to reconcile accounts can lead to problems with security, auditability, and human error. Recent studies have shown that 90% of organizations have said that they have experienced challenges related to the financial close process.

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LLMs in Production: Tooling, Process, and Team Structure

Speaker: Dr. Greg Loughnane and Chris Alexiuk

Technology professionals developing generative AI applications are finding that there are big leaps from POCs and MVPs to production-ready applications. They're often developing using prompting, Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG), and fine-tuning (up to and including Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback (RLHF)), typically in that order. However, during development – and even more so once deployed to production – best practices for operating and improving generative AI applications are le

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EDR vs. XDR: What’s the Difference and Which Is Right for Your Business?

Kaseya

The cyberthreats we face today are increasingly intricate and multifaceted. Their complexity and stealth have evolved to the point where they can breach your barriers without being detected. Endpoint detection response (EDR) and extended detection and response (XDR) are top-of-the-line cybersecurity solutions that can mitigate this risk and shield your IT environment even against major security risks like malware and ransomware.

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Guide to Understanding Spatial Computing: How it will revolutionize enterprises?

Openxcell

Spatial Computing: Overview Owing to the latest advancements in modern technologies, Spatial Computing is gaining much traction amongst diverse industries. Irrespective of the industry type, whether for gaming, film and media, simulation, or even the metaverse, every industry is keen to develop and deploy Spatial capabilities. Currently, there are four segments of spatial computing that are poised to drive innovation in the coming years: Three-dimensional content creation Games Simulation and Ge

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Am I Protected?

Symantec

Celebrating the Anniversary of the Symantec Protection Bulletin

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Requirement Engineering

InnovationM

In the realm of software development, Requirement Engineering (RE) stands as a critical and foundational process that lays the groundwork for successful project outcomes. Requirements engineering is the process of identifying, analyzing, specifying, validating, and managing the needs and expectations of stakeholders for a software system. In this blog, we’ll dive into the world of Requirement Engineering, exploring its significance, key processes, challenges, and best practices.

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So you’re a new CISO? Let’s navigate your first 90 days

Lacework

The CISO role can be lonely. You need to protect the business while also driving its growth. It’s a world of competing priorities and constrained budgets. And, of course, you’re walking into an environment that may have holes in places you didn’t know exist. I get it, I’ve been there. Security is not an end-state, it’s a commitment to effective behaviors.

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Use Cases for Apache Cassandra®

There’s a good reason why Apache Cassandra® is quickly becoming the NoSQL database of choice for organizations of all stripes. In this white paper, discover the key use cases that make Cassandra® such a compelling open source software – and learn the important pitfalls to avoid. From understanding its distributed architecture to unlocking its incredible power for industries like healthcare, finance, retail and more, experience how Cassandra® can transform your entire data operations.

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Agile2024: An Amazing Program Needs Amazing Reviewers

Agile Alliance

We'd like to officially invite you to raise your hand to serve as a reviewer for Agile2024 this year. We'll take as many as we can get, and you’ll get to participate as much as you want in the process. The post Agile2024: An Amazing Program Needs Amazing Reviewers first appeared on Agile Alliance.

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How is GenAI different from other code generators?

Martin Fowler

How is code generation with GenAI different from more "traditional" code generators? The newest memo in Birgitta Böckeler's explorations of GenAI talks about abstraction levels in software engineering, and on which levels GenAI sits in the translation of our thoughts into zeros and ones.

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How to Prepare for Data Scientist Interview in 2023?

The Crazy Programmer

One of the fastest-growing domains in the recent years is data science. For those who don’t know, data science revolves around different subjects that ultimately lead to one goal. Subjects include math, statistics, specialized programming, advanced analytics, machine learning , and AI. Working with these subjects, a data scientist uses his expertise to help generate useful insights for guiding an organization with respect to the data they have.

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Protect the repository hosting your GitHub Action

Xebia

It comes as no surprise that the tags and branches solution to version GitHub Actions is weak at best. There have been rumors of Actions moving to a different model (GitHub Container Registry), but that is yet to see the light. The GitHub Actions Worm: Compromising GitHub Repositories Through the Actions Dependency Tree GitHub Actions worm compromises GitHub repositories via action dependencies in a novel attack vector allowing attackers to distribute malware across repositories, research shows.

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Addressing Top Enterprise Challenges in Generative AI with DataRobot

The buzz around generative AI shows no sign of abating in the foreseeable future. Enterprise interest in the technology is high, and the market is expected to gain momentum as organizations move from prototypes to actual project deployments. Ultimately, the market will demand an extensive ecosystem, and tools will need to streamline data and model utilization and management across multiple environments.

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How to Lead Through Chaos without Burning Out You or Your Team

Let's Grow Leaders

To lead through chaos, clarify what matters most and define reality for yourself, your team, and your manager. When you feel completely out of control, tossed back and forth on an ocean of rapidly changing priorities, reactive pronouncements from senior leaders, and an insurmountable list of priorities, it’s natural to expect your manager to solve the problem.

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Article: Bridging Silos and Overcoming Collaboration Antipatterns in Multidisciplinary Organisations

InfoQ Culture Methods

There's a worrying trend towards focusing on specialisms at the expense of collaboration, shared responsibility and valuable outcomes, which can take teams away from multi-disciplinary collaboration. This article calls out three collaboration anti-patterns that appeared in more than one organisation, some of the symptoms they cause and some thoughts on how to go about counteracting them.

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LLMs Demand Observability-Driven Development

Honeycomb

Our industry is in the early days of an explosion in software using LLMs, as well as (separately, but relatedly) a revolution in how engineers write and run code, thanks to generative AI. Many software engineers are encountering LLMs for the very first time, while many ML engineers are being exposed directly to production systems for the very first time.

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Publish Azure DevOps Extensions using Azure Workload Identity

Xebia

As you may know, I maintain several Azure DevOps Extensions. To publish them I use the Azure DevOps extension tasks. And to authenticate you must provide a Personal Access Token. If you need help configuring a basic CI/CD pipeline for an Azure DevOps Extension, check out the guidance on Microsoft Learn ). The issue with Personal Access Tokens is that they’re always active, expire (more frequently depending on organization policy) and tend to grant more access than you’d want.

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From Whims to Wins: How a Customer-Centric Portfolio Transforms Product Strategy

Speaker: John Mansour - President, Product Management University

You know that sinking feeling. You’ve come up with a winning product strategy, everyone’s on board and energized, and you’re halfway down the path to execution only to have it submarined by something someone convinced your leadership was more strategic! It’s a scenario that’s all too familiar, and it exemplifies one of the biggest struggles with individual product strategies.

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Ship Of Fools

Successful Software

I recently had a 3 week holiday in Florida with my family. My 17 year old son is interested in rocketry and my wife is interested in wildlife. We got to see plenty of both and had a great time. There is a lot to like about America and Americans. But the sheer waste of resources on show everywhere was pretty shocking. In Europe we absolutely aren’t doing enough to protect the environment and avert the impending climate catastrophe (I flew to Florida and drove a car there, so I am no environ

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Free Your Voice with Hortense le Gentil

Let's Grow Leaders

How do you free your voice to lead effectively as a human leader leading with empathy, vulnerability, and authenticity, and break away from the outdated myth that leaders must be superhero leaders: infallible, unflappable, and fearless? The journey from superhero leader to human leader not only transforms the lives of leaders themselves – both at work and beyond.

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Documentation as Code: A Game Changer for DevOps Teams?

DevOps.com

Documentation-as-code improves collaboration, ensures consistency and accuracy, facilitates version control and streamlines updates and maintenance processes.

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Four Practical Tips on how to Categorize Contact Reasons

Xebia

It is of crucial importance to understand why customers are getting in contact with your organization. It may help to improve your customer experience, optimize processes and increase general customer satisfaction. At more than 100 of our Freshworks implementations we have done, categorizing the reasons for contact seemed to be the most challenging subject.

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The Definitive Entity Resolution Buyer’s Guide

Are you thinking of adding enhanced data matching and relationship detection to your product or service? Do you need to know more about what to look for when assessing your options? The Senzing Entity Resolution Buyer’s Guide gives you step-by-step details about everything you should consider when evaluating entity resolution technologies. You’ll learn about use cases, technology and deployment options, top ten evaluation criteria and more.

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Tenable Is Named a Leader in Vulnerability Risk Management by Independent Research Firm

Tenable

“Tenable sets the tone for proactive security,” according to the Forrester Wave™: Vulnerability Risk Management, Q3 2023 Tenable was among 11 significant vendors evaluated by Forrester against 28 vulnerability risk management criteria and was found to be a Leader with the top score for both the current offering and strategy categories. The report, which shows how each provider measures up, can be used by cybersecurity and risk professionals to select the vendor that best meets their needs.

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Data – The Lifeblood of Intelligence Automation

Perficient

With all the hype around artificial intelligence (AI), AI can feel complicated, distant, or foreign. But guess what? It’s not new news and it doesn’t need to be complicated; it’s just a revolution of how we leverage data! Let’s take a quick dive into the data-driven universe of AI (i.e., intelligence automation). This article breaks down how data powers intelligence automation.

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ONLY Cortex Delivers 100% Protection and Detection in MITRE Engenuity

Palo Alto Networks

The 2023 MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK Evaluation results are in, and only Cortex XDR delivers 100% protection and 100% analytic coverage with zero configuration changes and zero delayed detections. The results of the fifth round of the MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK Evaluations have been released, and while every vendor is claiming 100% of everything, the truth is in the details, and the data does not lie.

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AppSheet is now available in Google Workspace

Xebia

AppSheet is now available for Google Workspace accounts AppSheet, the powerful tool for extending your Google Workspace functionality by building no-code apps, is now accessible for a wider range of users. Previously, this no-code solution required additional licenses, except for Google Workspace Enterprise Plus, Enterprise Essentials Plus, and Education Plus editions where it was already included.

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Lessons Learned in PostgreSQL®

In today's digital landscape, the threat of ransomware demands proactive defense. This paper, inspired by a real PostgreSQL® database incident, offers vital strategies for effective mitigation. Instaclustr expert Perry Clark outlines immediate actions to minimize risks, ensuring a swift response to ransomware threats and protecting critical data assets.

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Adding Postgres 16 support to Citus 12.1, plus schema-based sharding improvements

The Citus Data

The new PostgreSQL 16 release is out , packed with exciting improvements and features—and Citus 12.1 brings them to you at scale, within just one week of the PG16 release. As many of you likely know, Citus is an open source PostgreSQL extension that turns Postgres into a distributed database. Our team started integrating Citus with the PG16 beta and release candidates early-on, so that you could have a new Citus 12.1 release that is compatible with Postgres 16 as quickly as possible after

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New detection capabilities bring deeper insight and broader context for enhanced threat identification

Lacework

How did the cloud attacker escape? They ransomware. Cloud threat detection is often overlooked when considering the full spectrum of capabilities in cloud infrastructure and security tools. IT and security teams see a problem like an over-provisioned user, or access to a web server from an unauthorized IP address, and immediately want to address it; how the attacker got there and when the risk first surfaced can feel far less important in the day-to-day of business operations.

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Keeping your own XM Cloud repository in sync with official XM Cloud starter kit template

Perficient

XM Cloud is a live evolving platform – the development team releases new base images almost on a weekly basis, and new features are coming to the product regularly, which gets reflected in the underlying dependencies, as well as public starter kit templates such as XM Cloud Foundation Head Starter Kit. At the same time XM Cloud professionals and enthusiasts and of course – the partners, are building their own starter kits based on publicly available templates provided by Sitecore.

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