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Identity and Access Management for GDPR

Identity Access Management for GDPR: The Why, the When and the How

EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect just recently. This post is for those who want to understand the gist of GDPR and are interested in learning how an Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution can help their organization comply.

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Making things reliable in a software-dominated world

These days, in an ever increasing number of instances, we depend on software to facilitate everyday tasks. And, since fragility stands in direct proportion to complexity, the websites, programs and IoT devices we use may fail us for various reasons.

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Wanna be a GIS developer? Join ObjectStyle's new Geospatial Competency Center

ObjectStyle is putting together a Geospatial Competency Center. To staff it with the best IT professionals out there, we're calling on all developers with relevant competencies - or a relevant interest. No prior geospatial systems experience is required!

Computer vision in the shopping industry

Re-imagining the shopping experience with Computer Vision and AI

Computer vision is yet another technology that was made possible in the wake of the recent AI revolution. You can now train a computer to distinguish between objects in images and videos. This opens a world of opportunities for online and offline commerce.

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How deep learning helps healthcare and weather forecasting industries achieve more with less

Deep learning is enjoying a momentum now. Many companies are waking up to its potential, and with a whole slew of fresh case studies published recently, it looks like DL could be the next big thing.

Project Management glossary terms

Project Management Glossary: 33 Essential Terms

The reason we decided to put together this glossary is that we write a lot about software project management on ObjectStyle’s blog. We hope it will be useful to anyone reading about project management and/or struggling to understand the PM jargon.