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Yesterday, Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said many of its government and enterprise customers want to build data centers outside of Australia. They’re very concerned with Australian legislation passed last December that may leave their data more ripe for the cybersecurity picking.
One of the world’s largest producers of aluminum is currently operating the old-fashioned way—manually.
It’s a great time to be a sports fan, and much of the phenomenal experience is provided to you from the world of machine learning.
With the Mellanox purchase, Nvidia will be able to optimize data center-sized workloads across the entire networking, compute and storage stacks, resulting in greater utilization, higher performance and lower operating costs for customers.
It’s resurfacing again after having first been mentioned, or rather leaked, in a White House email in early 2018—government involvement in the race to 5G.
Organizations that know how to use their proliferation of data will be able to better develop new sources of revenue and service customers, and become more competitive. That’s where Intelligent storage steps in.
Utilizing a hybrid IT architecture—running some apps on-site, others in the cloud—may be far more common than you’d think.
One of the issues that actually prevents companies from increasing that spend is the head-spinning number of options that can be utilized. They’re blinded by the storage light.
It should come as no surprise to learn that there is malware that targets ATMs. It makes perfect sense: ATMs run software, require connectivity and are stuffed with cash.
DCIM combines the more glamorous IT with physical assets, the oft-ignored, but vitally important “offensive linemen of the data center.”
A new cryptographic attack allows attackers to intercept data believed to be secure through TLS. The researchers who identified it have dubbed it ROBOT, an acronym for Return of Bleichenbacher’s Oracle Threat.