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By Patty Yan
In the digital world where tech-savvy consumers expect only the best, your customer service offerings need to be top tier. As the user experience across multiple devices becomes enhanced by technology, the ability to implement tech into your customer service operations is also enhanced. You might be thinking, ‘But I…
By David Gilad Maayan
What Is the Argo Project? The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) launched the Argo project to help build and manage continuous delivery (CD) workflows on Kubernetes. It consists of four projects—Argo CD, Argo Workflows, Argo Rollouts, and Argo Events.     Want More Tech News? Subscribe to ComputingEdge Newsletter Today!…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The need for proper analysis and use of big data has led to the strengthening of the relationship between big data and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Proof of this can be seen in the comparison between two recent statistics. First, poor data quality and handling cost the US economy more than…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
REGISTER FOR A LECTURE In May and June, the IEEE Computer Society’s Region 10 has organized a series of online presentations from the Society’s Distinguished Visitors, which offers something for everyone. The topics of the presentations range from learning analytics to trust and privacy. To find more information and to…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
In 2013, Yahoo! suffered a data breach that exposed 3 billion — not million, billion — data records. At the heart of this and other costly breaches are vulnerabilities. As was the case with Yahoo!, even the biggest players can overlook crucial weak spots in their technology stack. As a…
By Grace Lau
With all aspects of business and operations becoming automated, from an automated phone system for small business owners to self-driving cars, it should come as no surprise that CI/CD pipelines are becoming automated too. In this comprehensive guide to the best CI/CD practices, we will explore what a CI/CD pipeline…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The rising demand for security traverses all sectors of the software industry—and expands to include end-users, government organizations, academia, and so on. Recent statistics show that besides a rise in cybercrime targeting networks and systems, over 30% of companies detected attempts to exploit vulnerabilities found in software. This underscores the…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
With worldwide optimistic sentiment surrounding blockchain, many companies ponder if it is a practical, necessary competitive tool within their specific industry and business. As an immutable, transparent ledger system, blockchain sparks excitement in versatile applications outside cryptocurrency — for example, voting records, property transactions, intellectual property, luxury goods, smart contracts,…
By Indy Gupta
Our guest: Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Faculty at Northeastern University (Silicon Valley), Startup Founder, Textbook author, and Head of multiple Yahoo! Labs. Immigrant from Chile. Has lived and worked on four continents. IEEE Fellow and ACM Fellow. [Wikipedia] [LinkedIn] [Twitter]. Topics in this episode include:  Amazing and humorous stories every 5 minutes…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming an intrinsic part of numerous technological advances, as seen in such domains as autonomous systems, data analytics, financial systems, social media applications, and so on. Interested parties have demonstrated various reactions to the explosive growth of AI technologies and their implications. Let’s take a…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The Technical Community on Service Computing (TCSVC) has two upcoming opportunities for professionals in the services computing community. The first is the inaugural year for the IEEE Open Software Services Award, and the second is a scholarship being awarded by the IEEE International Symposium on Women in Services Computing (WISC).…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The global spending on enterprise software hovers around U.S. $605 billion. To ensure an efficient production process, teams incorporate several methodologies and approaches to the development lifecycle, two of which are Agile and waterfall. While Agile has been gaining momentum in recent years, waterfall still has its place. While thinking…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
First appearing in 1995, JavaScript was meant to be “simple, robust, portable…high performance,” and more, according to JavaScript creator, James Gosling. One of the most popular programming languages in the world, JavaScript is the foundation for millions of applications, thanks to its inherent simplicity and versatility. However, JavaScript has also…
By Jen Smith
Over the last decade, mobile apps and mobile user experiences have evolved drastically. While we first had simple apps that did the bare minimum, recent mobile app development has led to a lot of changes. And one of the main factors that have helped in this dramatic change is the…
By Indy Gupta
This guest came from a background where money wasn’t abundant, parents who didn’t go to college, and faced many rejections on the road to attending college. Now, she is a professor in the United States and a leading researcher in the area of NLP! In episode 24, we hear the…
By Gilad David Maayan
What Are SIEM and XDR? Security information and event management (SIEM) technology aggregates security data, sends alerts on suspicious activity, and provides security insights. Extended detection and response (XDR) technology aggregates detection data, initiates automated responses, and pushes alerts as needed.     Want More Tech News? Subscribe to ComputingEdge…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Since the Agile Manifesto was first conceived in a ski lodge at Snowbird resort in Utah, development teams have been adopting and tweaking the approach to suit their needs. They’ve also debated if it’s truly the best solution, which raises an important question: Considering the concept of software as a…
By Larry Alton
The most proactive and productive teams are usually the ones that have the most freedom. If you want to push your team to the next level, you must look for ways to empower them. There should be less hand-holding, micromanaging, and more empowerment as a tech manager.   The Benefits…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
From 1 – 31 May 2022, people around the United States will observe Asian Pacific Islander Heritage Month, a time designated to honor and understand the diverse heritage of Asian Pacific Americans. It began as a 7-day observation in 1979 and developed into a month-long event when Congress passed Public…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
As the Internet continues to grow and thrive as a vital platform for commerce and information flow, the demand for front-end developers remains strong. React has emerged as the front-end library used by many organizations, and those looking to hire often deem experience with React as essential. While React is…
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