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Some employees fear that computers will take over their jobs with the _______ of machine learning, but that is not the case.
Both verbs raise and rise mean “to elevate” or “go up.” However, their primary difference is that …READ MORE
Last week, SearchHealthIT discussed how the Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force declared cybersecurity a public health issue. This week, SearchHealthIT takes an in-depth look at the six imperatives laid out by the cybersecurity task force.
The Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task For…READ MORE
Heard about SOC 3 and SysTrust | WebTrust, commonly known as the “Trust Services”? If not, you are about to start seeing SOC 3 reports surface, due in large part to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) extensive efforts in reshaping service organization reporting. In short,…READ MORE
Just recently I’ve found my self repeatedly working through a location, location pattern.
The pattern consists of changing to another folder. Running some code and then changing back to the original folder – assuming you can remember it.
I then rem…READ MORE
As we continue down the road of digital transformation, we’re seeing the lines between the physical and digital worlds become increasingly blurred. IIoT — or the invisible and ambient computing environment comprised of a network of smart sensors, cameras, software and massive data centers — has be…READ MORE
I admit it: I got tired of waiting for Windows Update to include my lone holdout PC in the April Upgrade to Version 1703. Given that it was officially let go on April 5, and today is June 28 (12 weeks to the day), I hope this doesn’t come across as over-eager. I don’t think it is, at any rate. Here…READ MORE
Running SSRS with the ReportServer and ReportServerTempDB databases has been supported for a while now. If however you want to use scheduled delivery of reports you need to do some extra stuff to make this work.
The first thing that you need to do, if when setting up the SSRS instan…READ MORE
Enterprise cloud company Nutanix staged its .NEXT 2017 USA conference and exhibition this week in the ‘national harbor’ (drop the U) area of Washington DC on the fringes of the Maryland-Virginia border.
As previously reported on the Computer Weekly Developer Network blog, Nutanix is working to at…READ MORE
New Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra, cofounder of SanDisk, who took over just in April, is apparently wasting no time: The company has shut down its Lexar primarily consumer division and is looking for ways to sell it.
“Micron Technology today announced that it is discontinuing its Lexar retail rem…READ MORE
More than 70 vendors will be involved in the NVMe flash market by 2020 and the market will be worth $57 billion. Meanwhile, nearly 40% of all-flash arrays will be based on NVMe drives by 2020.
That’s according to research company G2M, which has predicted a compound annual growth rate for NVMe-b…READ MORE
CNet Training and Anglia Ruskin University invited Ahead in the Clouds along to their recent boot camp to lead a two-way discussion with its Datacentre Leadership and Management students about how to address the industry’s skills gap. Here’s all you need to know about what got discussed.
With a tech-savvy population and a smartphone penetration rate of 150%, Singapore’s adoption of digital payments is abysmal. Cash is still king in the city-state, especially in the heartlands where credit cards are accepted only if you spend a certain sum.
There are a few reasons for this. For …READ MORE
Backpropagation (backward propagation) is an important mathematical tool for improving the accuracy of predictions in data mining and machine learning. Continued…
Quote of the Day
“Today, neural networks mainly learn to recognize patterns found in training data by using an incremental techniqu…READ MORE
BlackBerry’s reinvention as a software company isn’t going so well.
The BlackBerry software business shrunk in the first quarter, falling short of analysts’ expectations in the process. Those results came just days after the company announced a slew of enhancements to Enterprise Mobility Suite, t…READ MORE
Financially troubled Toshiba chose a Japan-backed consortium as the preferred bidder for its memory business, despite Western Digital’s continuing claims that no sale can happen without its SanDisk subsidiaries’ consent.
Toshiba’s board of directors disclosed this week the selection of a consorti…READ MORE
The following is a transcript of an interview between TheServerSide’s Cameron McKenzie and Azul Systems’ CTO Gil Tene.
Cameron McKenzie: I always like talking to Gil Tene, the CTO of Azul Systems.
Before jumping on the phone, PR reps often send me a PowerPoint of what we’re supposed to talk ab…READ MORE
This past week, Walmart issues a statement to their retail partners, suggesting that they should not run their technology stack on the AWS cloud. This is not an unprecedented move for Walmart, who has required that their partners have a physical presence in Bentonville, AR (Walmart HQ) for many ye…READ MORE
Tech ambassador Detective Dot, created by Bright Little Labs, is a member of the Children’s Intelligence Agency – but how can the CIA be used as a platform to engage kids with Stem?
I attended a brainstorming session to help Bright Little Labs founder and CEO, Sophie Deen, figure out just that….READ MORE
The parental paranoia caused by recent revelations as to the scale and nature of the use of Snapchat spyware promises to overwhelm the debate to which I referred in my recent blog on the likely interplay of privacy, surveillance, internet safety and civil liability when it comes to the bills in th…READ MORE
Founded in Nuremberg (but now parent-owned by Micro Focus) under the name Software- und System-Entwicklung (Software and Systems Development)… German softwarehause SUSE is keeping the ‘systems’ part of its original moniker close to heart, or so it appears.
The firm is these days focused on bui…READ MORE