While we cannot control the future, we can do our best to shape it. I’d like to think that is one reason we gather for events like SHARE St. Louis. We leave knowing more than we did before and return to our organizations, ideally making improvements and moving our industry forward as a whole.
For many organizations, data is as much a terrifying liability as it is a valuable asset. My question is this: are we, as an industry, looking at data the wrong way? Are we missing a trick when it comes to understanding, managing, and securing our data?
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Emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL) are rapidly developing and evolving—as is what we can do with those technologies.
According to Jeff Bisti, Cognitive AI Architect at IBM, the mainframe is on the periphery of being able to partici
It’s been more than a year since New York state’s first-of-its-kind cybersecurity regulations for the financial industry were announced. Banks, insurance companies, and other financial institutions that operate in New York – even if they are headquartered elsewhere – are expected to comply with the
As the mainframe industry faces a looming skills gap, there’s also a pervasive lack of awareness among IT students that a career in mainframe is a possibility. That’s why SHARE’s Student Career Day is such an important initiative.
Misty Decker, Program Manager for the IBM Z Academic Initiative, co