Articles about IT trends are common every January, but it is less common to see an evaluation of their expected trends in the middle of the year.
The first effort for state-wide (at least) data privacy that is GDPR is in motion, but impact is still hazy.
What security software is our organization buying? Do we have the right mix of confidentiality, integrity and availability? Perhaps not says this article.
“The Basel Action Network has launched a commercial tracking service to monitor e-scrap flows, and its first customer is an OEM that was lambasted by the watchdog group over exports two years ago. Dell and Seattle-based BAN have teamed up to plant 40 tracking devices inside scrap electronics collected through Dell’s U.S. consumer take-back programs.”
“SAP believes it has solved customers’ concerns around indirect access, but some unanswered questions remain.”
“Teradata said SAP built HANA using its intellectual property and now is trying to block out its customers from accessing their ERP data.”
“The organization that administers the R2 e-scrap recycling standard has elevated Corey Dehmey to the executive director role. He replaces John Lingelbach, whose exit from the group was announced earlier this year.”
“Spending on innovation comes with the hope of a healthy return on investment. However, sometimes CIOs have a hard time justifying such financial risks.”
“Wireless companies Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc have informed the Federal Communications Commission that they will formally file an application asking for approval to merge on Monday, according to a document seen by Reuters.”
“Google kicked off another round of briefing in the ongoing Oracle v. Google litigation, filing a petition for rehearing en banc on May 29.”