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As we discussed in part 2 of this blog series, if you design your edge computing realistically, your systems may not be connected to the network all the time. But there are a variety of tools you can use to manage those edge deployments effectively, and that can even tie them back into your main …

CRISPR, Quantum, Graphene, Smart Dust, Digital Twins, the Metaverse… You’ve heard about it all. Seen it all. Read it all. These technologies no longer hold any secrets for you. Hell, you even regularly mention them over dinner and at work, and have become the go-to person for questions about future innovations. Yet, technology is ever-changing, …

Synthetic data, NFTs, composable business and agile development — and customer breakups — are among the top strategic predictions for 2022 and beyond. It’s time to break up with your bad customers. Organizations often try to keep customers at any cost — even when they aren’t a perfect fit. But trying to cater your product …

Companies are spending more than ever on cybersecurity but, despite a plethora of new security systems, they continue to be vulnerable to attacks, which are not only becoming more numerous but are also taking a greater financial and business toll on organizations. This is happening, I believe, because companies are approaching cybersecurity in the wrong way. Even …

Microsoft’s big new Windows 11 update is now available as a free upgrade for computers that support it. I’ll show you how to check if it works with your PC, and how to download Windows 11 if your computer meets the requirements. The release is a milestone for Microsoft, the world’s second most valuable public …

Data breaches have become common, and billions of records are stolen worldwide every year. Most of the media coverage of data breaches tends to focus on how the breach happened, how many records were stolen and the financial and legal impact of the incident for organizations and individuals affected by the breach. But what happens …

Are we learning from the past? At what point should others take accountability for their actions? When do we stop the cycle that has failed us and try a new approach? The move to the cloud started back in 2006. That was when AWS first started offering IT infrastructure services to other businesses. Over the …

Google Cloud announced that the Vera C. Rubin Observatory has entered into a three-year agreement to host its Interim Data Facility (IDF) on Google Cloud Platform. This collaboration will enable Rubin Observatory to make more accurate astronomy predictions and scientific discoveries, ushering in a new era in large-scale scientific computing astronomy workloads. Until the telescope …

  The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clearer than ever that we are at risk of losing control of our economies. Our institutions have increasingly struggled to meet the challenges of economic development before the crisis, and yet throughout the pandemic we’ve seen surging stock market valuations of tech giants — including staggering CEO salaries …

Redis Labs announced the new fully integrated tiers of Redis Enterprise on Microsoft Azure Cache for Redis are available now in public preview. The new Redis Enterprise tiers bring advanced functionality to Azure Cache, benefiting Azure-based customers like BioCatch, who are already leveraging Redis Enterprise for improved developer productivity and enhanced operational resiliency with their applications. The new Enterprise …