Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • How is tape backup doing in 2019?

    ContentItemController, generated at 16:01:06 Tue Mar 19, 2019, by cds4   News Stay informed about the latest enterprise technology news and product updates. How is tape backup doing in 2019?   Industry experts say tape isn’t going away and the technology is actually improving. The problem, they say, is vendors aren’t talking enough about this ‘old-school’ backup method. SocialMediaShareBarController, generated at 15:59:48 Tue Mar 19, 2019, by cds4 Tape backup isn’t dead, but it rarely makes headlines. And when it…

  • Why Blockchain Is a Part of IoT-Technology?

    The Innovative technology, the Internet of Things (IoT), is changing the world of modern business perception. The ability to collect real-time data provides businesses with a number of benefits, allowing them to automate processes, increase productivity and improve customer service. However, one of the most difficult tasks for organizations using the Internet of Things is to provide a proper level of security. The solution is a new model of digital interactions, including blockchain technology and IoT. The integration of this…

  • IBM’s cryptocurrancy gaining ground

    For banking clients IBM is taking its banking clients a step closer to cryptocurrency. Six international banks have signed letters of intent to issue stablecoins, or tokens backed by fiat currency, on World Wire, an IBM payment network that uses the Stellar public blockchain. The network promises to let regulated institutions move value across borders — remittances or foreign exchange — more quickly and cheaply than the legacy corresponding banking system. So far three of the banks have been identified…

  • It’s Scary How Much Personal Data People Leave on Used Laptops and Phones, Researcher Finds

    Hack-a-Day explores thermite-based anti-forensic techniques Screenshot: Jason Rollette (YouTube) In a dusty plastic bin under my bed lies at least four laptops, six cellphones, and a half-dozen hard drives. I have no idea what’s on any of them. Most of these devices predate the cloud-storage era, and so likely contain solitary copies of photos, texts, and emails, among other confidential files (porn?) that I’d probably be horrified to learn had fallen into the hands of strangers. In retrospect, I should’ve…

  • Software Defined Networking Market worth $100bn by 2025

    Selbyville, Delaware, March 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The software defined networking market is estimated to rise from over USD 8 billion in 2018 to USD 100 billion by 2025, according to a 2019 Global Market Insights, Inc. report. The organizations across the globe are under increasing pressure to minimize the capital expenditure and operational costs and become more agile and efficient. This rising pressure has resulted in the widespread adoption of server virtualization and SDN technologies. It has brought…

  • NVMe for AI: A powerful pairing

    ContentItemController, generated at 16:06:50 Tue Mar 19, 2019, by cds2 Evaluate Weigh the pros and cons of technologies, products and projects you are considering. NVMe for AI: A powerful pairing   NVMe storage capabilities provide the bandwidth and low latency that demanding AI and machine learning applications need to access and manage the massive amounts of data they use. SocialMediaShareBarController, generated at 15:59:50 Tue Mar 19, 2019, by cds2 AI and machine learning systems have long relied on traditional compute…

  • 5 Cloud Stocks to Help Your Portfolio Fly High

    Cloud stocks are divided into three categories: the cloud owners, the cloud arms merchants, and the cloud users. The five Cloud Czars — Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL), Amazon.Com (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) — all built clouds with cash flow from existing businesses. Apple and Facebook still run this way. Clouds are built on open source software and commodity hardware. They’re meant to give their biggest benefits to users. Companies built using the cloud can become huge, like…

  • To Reap Cloud Benefits, Address and Overcome Potential Objections

    To Reap Cloud Benefits, Address and Overcome Potential Objections Don’t let the potential complexities of the cloud hold your higher ed institution back. David Hutchins is vice president of higher education and K–12 education for CDW•G, a leading technology provider to government and education. Cloud solutions continue to be integral to higher education IT, yet misconceptions persist among those who aren’t familiar with them. The cloud is too complex, for example, or staff won’t have the necessary skills to manage…

  • Network Attached Storage (NAS) Market 2025

    Press Releases Network Attached Storage (NAS) Market 2025: Global Size, Key Companies, Trends, Growth and Regional Forecasts Research March 15, 2019 Darryl Williams Global Network Attached Storage (NAS) market 2018-2023 report shares information regarding key drivers, challenges and Opportunities with its impact by regions. Network Attached Storage (NAS) market report provides Vendors, regional analysis, Segment by Type, Applications, and the actual process of whole Network Attached Storage (NAS) industry. Network Attached Storage (NAS) market report delivers a detailed study with…

  • Google unveils Stadia, a cloud gaming service

    .entry-header Today, at Game Developers Conference 2019, Google unveiled “Stadia,” a cloud gaming service. Using this service, you can play AAA games on any device running Chrome without the need of a dedicated graphics card. All the processing is done on Google’s servers and you can simply stream the gameplay right onto a laptop, desktop, tablet, phone, or even a Chromecast. Stadia Each instance of Stadia will get a custom 2.7GHz x86 CPU, custom APD GPUs rated at a whopping…

  • What Is a Black Box? This Is the Information Investigators Can and Can’t Recover After a Plane Crash

    Following the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 plane crash that killed all 157 people aboard, on Monday investigators announced they had recovered the electronic flight data recorders from the flight. Known as black boxes, the devices have been prominent in coverage of air disasters in recent years, such as the 2018 Lion Air crash and the disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane in 2014. What are black boxes, and what can they tell investigators? Large commercial planes carry two black boxes to preserve a wealth…

  • On 30 years of the Web, founder Tim Berners-Lee talks about decentralisation, data localisation, Internet Shutdowns, end-to-end encryption, misinformation and more

    Home » India, Internet, Interview, Tim Berners-lee, World Wide Web Foundation   On 30 years of the Web, founder Tim Berners-Lee talks about decentralisation, data localisation, Internet Shutdowns, end-to-end encryption, misinformation and more .fimg-wrapper   On the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, its founder Tim Berners-Lee has highlighted three sources of disfunction on the web: Deliberate, malicious intent, such as state-sponsored hacking and attacks, criminal behaviour, and online harassment. System design that creates perverse incentives where user value…

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