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What can the A&D industry teach us about building autonomous vehicles?

The race is on to develop fully autonomous cars, with all of the traditional automotive manufacturers competing against upstarts like Tesla, Uber, and Google’s Waymo to capture a piece of the self-driving vehicle market that is expected to reach $557 billion by 2026, according to Allied Market Research. Building an autonomous car is an exceedingly complex […]

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Why predictable cyber security practices are less secure

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Why real-world evidence is a game changer for life sciences in the age of value-based care

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The journey to interoperability: A healthcare industry-wide transformation

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Automating and orchestrating “SecOps” and integrating service management

Managing an enterprise’s security posture and mitigating risk continues to be a top of mind concern for corporate executives. Enterprises are not only spending more on technologies to prevent attacks, … [Continue Reading]

What is AWS Aurora?

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The soft skills that enterprises desperately need

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Identity management is coming to the Internet of Things

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Trust in leadership is critical to enterprise success

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