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DAILY VIDEO: Google outlines four measures to remove and prevent terror content online; the average global cost of a data breach is now $3.6 million, IBM reports; Windows Server is moving to a semi-annual feature update schedule; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Amazon's buyout of Whole Foods will speed up its move into grocery sales; the FIN10 hacking group is attacking Canadian casinos, FireEye finds; HP says printers pose a glaring security risk, but it offers a solution; and there's more.
For years, many considered enterprise resource planning a necessary evil. But the cloud changes everything regarding ERP. Here are 10 things to consider when moving your ERP platform to the cloud.
The company will bolster its use of technology and human experts to identify and remove content that promotes extremism.
DAILY VIDEO: AWS introduces a new auto-scaling feature for its DynamoDB cloud database; CA Technologies acquires a German firm for mainframe expertise; Kodak Photo Dock lets you print images from Android and iOS phones; and there's more.
With its $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods, Amazon.com acquires a national brick and mortar retailing infrastructure with opportunities to blend online and in-store sales and delivery.
TensorFlow Objection Detection API and MobileNets continue company's ongoing efforts to accelerate research related to machine learning and computer vision.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The on-line retailing giants long quest to become a major player in the grocery industry is about to come to fruition in a very big way with its proposed $13.7 billion buyout of Whole Foods.
Microsoft lends its backing to the open-source PaaS project, joining Google and other IT heavyweights.
The new auto scaling capability will help customers automate capacity management for their DynamoDB cloud database applications, company says.
DAILY VIDEO: IBM extends cloud identity-as-a-service to hybrid cloud environments; AWS planning launch of new region for Its GovCloud service; HTC U11 handset with squeezable sides available From Sprint; and there's more.