Over the last year, Zendesk has taken a series of steps to compete head-to-head against Salesforce.com Inc. On Thursday, during a user conference in San Francisco, the company unveiled two more products meant to maintain sales momentum.
European Union rules require people to actively choose to allow companies to install tracking cookies, judges said in another key ruling on privacy from the EU’s top court.
There’s a conflict here. Technology that was created to promote cooperation between strangers is now being used to control them.
“As a cloud services provider, Microsoft has an important role in forcing governments to go before impartial judges to justify their conduct and to make sure they use their investigative powers in accordance with the rule of law,” Dev Stahlkopf...
Amazon.com Inc. defended the privacy features of its Alexa digital assistant -- and introduced some new tools to reassure users -- following months of debate about the practices of the technology giant and its largest competitors.
A lot changed for the open-source framework in a decade, thanks to the power of the cloud, but Hadoop still has a place.
Google is bracing for another landmark privacy decision at the European Union’s top court, five years after a “right-to-be-forgotten” ruling forced it to delete links to personal information on request.
Facebook Inc. has suspended “tens of thousands” of third-party apps that were using the company’s developer tools as part of a review Facebook started following the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal from early 2018.
Facebook Inc., which last month said it stopped using humans to review and transcribe users’ voice messages, will resume that practice for some audio collected from its Portal video-calling device.
If even Gen Zers are worried about job security as automation becomes more prevalent in the workplace, how can enterprises reassure employees?