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Upgrading to SAP Hana? This new tool can help prepare your code

SAP has placed a big bet on Hana, so customers that haven't already switched to the in-memory computing platform can be sure they'll be encouraged to do so in the near future. If they're smart, they'll make sure they're ready first.

Written by Katherine Noyes13 Feb. 16 10:06

The eyes have it: How one startup aims to change the future of VR

A startup called Eyefluence aims to improve virtual and augmented reality with its eye-tracking technology. After an early glimpse at what the company's tech can do, it seems like a must-have for future headsets.

Written by Blair Hanley Frank13 Feb. 16 09:37

Nasdaq to use blockchain to record shareholder votes

Later this year, Nasdaq plans to record stockholders' electronic votes on its own blockchain system for companies listed on its exchange in Estonia. By digitizing the entire process, it expects to speed and simplify the proxy voting process.

Written by Peter Sayer13 Feb. 16 03:01

White-hat hackers key to securing connected cars

Federal regulator warns of security and privacy risks in connected cars, calling on manufacturers to partner with white-hat hackers to seek out flaws and vulnerabilities.

Written by Kenneth Corbin13 Feb. 16 00:07

Claudine Ogilvie: ​A new breed of CIO

Claudine Ogilvie had no experience in IT – yet she become Ridley Corporation’s first CIO. Ogilvie, who has spent her career in sales, marketing and strategy roles – and was once part of the Australian Olympic Sailing Development Team – discusses her journey.

Written by Byron Connolly12 Feb. 16 13:30

​Optus sees 9% net profit growth in Q3

The latest Optus performance results released today reveal a 9 per cent increase net profit during the last quarter, including a 5 per cent EBITDA increase and 6 per cent growth in operating revenue.

Written by Bonnie Gardiner12 Feb. 16 11:28

Need data-science skills? Now your team can learn together

Data-science training company DataCamp has added DataCamp Groups so organizational team leaders can coordinate teams or classes, track their students’ progress and see how their skills evolve over time.

Written by Katherine Noyes12 Feb. 16 11:08

Qualcomm hopes a gradual approach to server market will pay dividends

The ARM server market is a dangerous place to be: it's still about promise and there's virtually no money to be made. Some ARM server chip makers have quit or shut down, while others hold on to the hope that it will some day be viable.

Written by Agam Shah12 Feb. 16 09:48

ENCRYPT Act co-sponsor learned tech ropes at Microsoft

Rep. Suzan DelBene, one of four congressional sponsors of the ENCRYPT Act, which would preempt state and local laws banning encryption on smartphones, cut her teeth in mobile communications for Microsoft.

Written by Matt Hamblen12 Feb. 16 09:22

Hertz cutting IT jobs as its shifts to IBM

Hertz has warned around 230 IT workers that their jobs may be at risk as it expands its outsourcing work with IBM -- and that number will likely go up.

Written by Patrick Thibodeau12 Feb. 16 07:59

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