Enhance your cloud career during lockdown

It’s on. The COVID-19 pandemic is, and will continue to be, the biggest disruption to our society’s way of life for 2020. While we’re still trying to figure things out, most of us...

Remote working triggers demand for chips, laptops, and network goods

(Reuters) — With more employees working from home to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, demand is surging for laptops and network peripherals as well as components along the supply chain such...

3 things I bet you didn’t know about multicloud security

Those of you who built a security plan and physical security technology stack for a single public cloud provider just a few years ago hopefully don’t also believe that you can replicate that...

GamesBeat Decides: PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X specs spectacular

Sony and Microsoft have both revealed the tech specs for their upcoming next-gen consoles. On this week’s episode of the GamesBeat Decides podcast, editors Jeff Grubb and Mike Minotti discuss what is under...

Intel debuts Pohoiki Springs, a powerful neuromorphic research system for AI workloads

This morning, Intel announced the general readiness of Pohoiki Springs, a powerful self-contained neuromorphic system that’s about the size of five standard servers. It says the system will be available to members of...

Cloud computing finally getting green cred

A new study found that the computing output of data centers jumped six fold from 2010 to 2018, but their energy consumption rose only six percent. The findings refute concerns that the rise of...

Nokia adds 5G to worldwide IoT network, lets carriers test new sensors

Nokia may be best known for cellular phones, but in recent years, the Finnish company has focused on networking hardware — the radios and infrastructure that connect cellular devices to the internet. Today,...

Where to look for cost savings in the cloud

The potential to save money is by no means the only reason for moving to the cloud. Many companies cite potential benefits such as greater agility, easier scalability, and even improved security as...

ProtonMail could reroute connections through Google to circumvent censorship

Proton Technologies, the company behind encrypted email provider ProtonMail, has announced plans to circumvent censorship by routing connections to its servers through third-party infrastructure, which may include Google — a company that ProtonMail...

Eigen and ING target financial industry with NLP-driven data extraction

Eigen Technologies, a U.K. startup that offers natural language processing (NLP) technology to help companies extract meaningful data from documents, has closed a $42 million series B round of funding. This includes a...

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