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Not in Our Image
Roboticists are exploring the possibilities of using animals as models instead of humans.



Sorry, IT, You Don't Have Much Buying Power
A recent Spiceworks study reveals just how little purchasing power businesses give the IT department.



Adobe, Microsoft to Integrate Sensei AI Across Platforms
Adobe products can now pull Microsoft data into Sensei for more intelligent machine learning. Soon, Sensei will venture into Microsoft tools as well.



Salesforce's Einstein AI is Finally Here
Artificial intelligence (AI) meets the largest swatch of customer relationship management (CRM) users in the world.



Pitfalls of the IoT
In this month's cover story, Max Eddy tells us how silly—and scary— the Internet of Things can get.



Adobe Document Cloud Adds Secure Mobile Signatures
Adobe Document Cloud hopes to bring digital signatures to healthcare, human resources, and financial services clients.



BambooHR Extends Its Expertise to Payroll Management
Our Editors' Choice for human resources management just got a whole lot better.



GOP Lawmaker Backs 'Red Line' on Political Hacking
Rep. Michael McCaul says Russian attacks on the US election need to be taken very seriously.



Wickr Releases Crypto Protocol on GitHub
The code powering Wickr's enterprise product is now available to be picked over by anyone.



IBM Can't Ignore Trump's Racist Policies or Its Own Past
IBM is pretending to remain neutral when it comes to Donald Trump's immigration policy.