Study: Germany is possible artificial intelligence (AI) KI-outrider

May 18, 2017 knbrothers 0

a stronger customer orientation and improves competitiveness – potential German enterprises according to the “State of IT” study of Salesforce have recognized research. In AI applications, they trump even the American economy, which otherwise actually front has the edge in digitization issues. Salesforce CRM had consulted worldwide 2200 companies for […….]

EU data protection regulation: preparation only slow progress comes concerns that it creates their organization on time until May 25, 2018 to prepare according to the uniform EU data protection requirements

May 8, 2017 knbrothers 0

more than 70 percent have IT decision makers. The preparation for the EU DSGVO (EU data protection regulation, English: GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation) is often only slowly progressing. Often lack a comprehensive understanding of the EU DSGVO relationship and the responsibility for the compliance with the statutory regulations […….]

Fujitsu study: The digital transformation investments pay off

May 6, 2017 knbrothers 0

according to a recent survey by Fujitsu has already benefited about one-third of the company by investing in the digital transformation. All 89 percent of the respondents plan, test or implement currently digital solutions using technologies such as artificial intelligence, or use Internet of things the for the first time. […….]

Study: 24.5 percent more exploit-based cyber attacks

April 21, 2017 knbrothers 0

Kaspersky Lab was one in 2016 702 million attacks by exploits, so malware exploiting existing software error to infect devices with other malicious software such as bank Trojans or ransomware. Towards 2015, representing an increase of 24,54 percent. At that time the protection solutions from Kaspersky Lab about 563 million […….]

German developers complain about low pay

March 23, 2017 knbrothers 0

52% of the developers in Germany feel underpaid and wish for a better remuneration of their work. This is the result of a not representative survey stack overflow under 5221 German developers. 11.6 percent of respondents are even of the opinion that her salary would have to be significantly higher.