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  • DMARC for Email: An Interview with Ravi Khatod, CEO of Agari

    Back in the early 1980's, we used a tool in Bell Labs called Unix-to-Unix Copy (UUCP) to share files. We soon became aware, however, of a better protocol originated by the late, great Jon Postel called Simple Mail Transfer Protocol or SMTP.

  • Rejuvenate Customer Experience Through AI

    CIOs are under increased pressure to help their organizations improve customer experience. This makes perfect sense, given the CIO's unique view across the enterprise and how they are able to connect the dots on how people, processes and technology can be blended to deliver exceptional customer experiences.

  • The Top Tech Trends for 2019

    The past couple of weeks have been exciting and sometimes unsettling. Now is the perfect time to take a deep breath and look ahead.

  • HMG Tech News Digest October 19

    Trending News on the NVIDIA / Volvo Collaboration, a New Amazon Patent, and the Passing of Tech Industry Legend Paul Allen

  • Predictive AI for Endpoints

    Here is a quote from Elon Musk that surfaced about a year ago: "With artificial intelligence, we are summoning the demon." In contrast, around the same time, my good friend Stuart McClure, CEO of Cylance, offered the following comment on his blog: "I ask you to look beyond the robot uprising media memes and consider AI as the problem-solving technology that it is." For the record, I agree with Stuart.

  • HMG Tech News Digest October 12

    Trending News on New Google Phones, Evidence of China Telecom Hacking, and Amazon Report to Delete Biased AI Recruiting Tool

  • What to Tell Your Boss About Supermicro

    Everyone I know believes Supermicro is guilty. The story, which you know by now, is that during the assembly process at this $2B company, oft-called the Microsoft of hardware, a rice-sized Trojan chip was placed onto their motherboards, which are manufactured in San Jose.

  • Are You Prepared for the Era of Content Validation?

    Traditionally, CIOs have been responsible for maintaining and operating systems of records. Someone else - usually in finance or accounting- was responsible for ensuring the accuracy and veracity of the data in those systems.

  • HMG Tech News Digest October 05

    Trending News on Musk Fighting the SEC, Paul Allen Fighting Recurrence of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, and What Quantum Computing Can and Cannot Do