Intel Security launched its 2017 consumer security lineup featuring security innovations to better protect the devices people use every day against the latest threats. The centerpiece of the new portfolio is a next-generation anti-malware engine that offers more efficient and effective detection by offloading analysis to the cloud.
Amazon, DeepMind/Google, Facebook, IBM and Microsoft announced that they will create a non-profit organization that will work to advance public understanding of artificial intelligence technologies (AI) and formulate best practices on the challenges and opportunities within the field. Academics, non-profits, and specialists in policy and ethics will be invited to join the Board of the organization, named the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society (Partnership on AI).
Lenovo announced a collaboration with Intel, PayPal and Synaptics to bring secure online payments to the personal computer with just the touch of a finger. With the new Lenovo Yoga 910 featuring a 7th Gen Intel Core processor, buyers making purchases from their PCs will have access to enterprise-grade security measures without the use of passwords.
According to the latest release of the Worldwide Semiannual Public Cloud Services Spending Guide from International Data Corporation (IDC), worldwide revenue from public cloud services will reach over $195 billion in 2020, more than doubling the current market size. Western Europe will continue to represent around a fifth of the global market, with revenues growing from a $15 billion in 2015 to $38.6 billion in 2020, at a 20.8% five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR).
Results of a new global survey indicate that nearly three-quarters of enterprises continue to adopt multiple private and public cloud strategies. The findings highlight the need for organizations to adopt solid information management and security strategies.