In 2019, IIoT and the Industrial Edge Benefits Will Rely on Predictable Power

Credit to Author: Vincenzo Salmeri| Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2019 16:04:00 +0000

Industrial physical infrastructure and the methods for managing industrial assets are transforming before our very eyes. According to IHS Markit, the volume of Cloud/Edge analytics that support manufacturing operations are… Read more »

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Top 4 enterprise tech trends to watch in 2019

Credit to Author: Michelle Davidson| Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2019 03:00:00 -0800

If 2018 was the year of the data breach, the thinking among IT pros is that this will be the year companies take concrete steps to prevent future breaches.

That was the sentiment among tech professionals who took part in a recent @IDGTechTalk Twitter chat about enterprise tech trends for 2019.

In fact, a recent @IDGTechTalk poll found privacy and security to be the top enterprise tech issue for 2019 (45 percent), followed by artificial intelligence (30 percent), cloud computing (16 percent), and blockchain (9 percent).

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In 2019, look for AI-enabled mobile devices – and a UEM push

Credit to Author: Lucas Mearian| Date: Mon, 07 Jan 2019 03:00:00 -0800

This year, artificial intelligence will continue its push into mobile hardware and enterprise communication devices, challenging IT shops’ enterprise mobility management (EMM) capabilities while at the same time offering potential security benefits.

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Tech luminaries we lost in 2018

Credit to Author: Ken Gagne| Date: Thu, 27 Dec 2018 03:00:00 -0800

Remembering our industry’s innovators
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They were the founders of such household names as Atari and Microsoft. They built the hardware and software that powers the Internet. They used computers to give voice to the young and the disabled. And they rarely did so in the spotlight. Whether they ever achieved fame or fortune, these 13 women and men deserve a place in the history books for their lives, accomplishments, and contributions to science and information technology around the world.

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From Buzzwords to Reality: Cutting Through the Hype to Provide Edge Computing Clarity for Data Center Management

Credit to Author: Kevin Brown| Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 19:22:25 +0000

The hype around edge computing may be at its zenith – at the peak of Gartner’s “hype cycle”.  A cursory search on Google and you can find the following statements:… Read more »

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What’s Old is What’s New Again – Liquid Cooling Servers in Data Center Design

Credit to Author: Steven Carlini| Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2018 17:39:21 +0000

The very first computers used vacuum tube analog technology and gave off tremendous amount of heat. In the 1960’s mainframe computers switched to transistor technology that required many of them… Read more »

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Microsoft AI competition explores the next evolution of predictive technologies in security

Credit to Author: Windows Defender Research| Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2018 19:00:54 +0000

Predictive technologies are already effective at detecting and blocking malware at first sight. A new malware prediction competition on Kaggle will challenge the data science community to push these technologies even furtherto stop malware before it is even seen. The Microsoft-sponsored competition calls for participants to predict if a device is likely to encounter malware

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AI is changing the workplace and the world. But is it helping to eliminate the workplace bias?

Credit to Author: Employee Voices| Date: Fri, 07 Dec 2018 17:08:51 +0000

Guest Blog By Peter Hogg, Talent Acquisition & Mobility Manager, Schneider Electric UK&I This blog originally appeared on HR News UK Based on analyst predictions, today’s workplace is on the… Read more »

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