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By Desi Banatao
As the adoption of RISC-V accelerates, many companies are taking advantage of the open-source chip architecture to create custom processors designed to handle the power and performance requirements of newer workloads for artificial intelligence, machine learning, Internet of Things (IoT), virtual/augmented reality, and more. For those of you new to…
By Alyse Falk
As information technology matures, it becomes increasingly clear that enterprise data needs to be managed as much as material flows, labor, and financial resources. The more significant the enterprise, the more distributed the enterprise infrastructure, and the more employees involved, the more acute the data management issue becomes. You can…
By Alyse Falk
Everyone has been talking about blockchain for the last few years. The potential of blockchain technology is broad, and it can help bring the logistics industry to a new level and make supply chains sustainable and transparent. A few years ago, tech enthusiasts mostly talked about blockchain, but now technology…
By Hazel Raoult
Could there be anything wrong with a pod that is identified as “running” by the Kubernetes controllers? Yes. There are instances when a pod is detected as running under the default Kubernetes automatic checking system, but the application within the pod may not be functioning properly. Scenarios like these are…
By Pratik Mistry
Within the realm of software development, two related ideas known as “DevOps” and “Site Reliability Engineering” (SRE) have been coexisting for more than a decade now. It’s possible that they could be considered rival businesses at first glance. However, a closer look reveals that the apparent competitors are, in reality,…
By Ananya Bhattacharyya
In today’s rapidly changing economy, platform business models are disrupting industries and transforming society. To compete and survive, businesses need to innovate. This is especially true for platform companies. From hiring a transportation service, reserving a vacation house on the beach, sharing photos and status updates, or purchasing products online,…
By Gilad David Maayan
What Is Application Dependency Mapping? Application dependency mapping (ADM) enables you to create an accurate view of an entire software ecosystem. Dependency mapping can help you identify and map all instances, applications, and communication channels used across your IT ecosystem, including ports, services, VPCs, security groups, and subnets on cloud…
By Alice Jackson
What is an ERP? Enterprise Resource Planning Software (ERP Software) is a business management software capable of managing the entire business and its processes from a single dashboard using the power of clouds, AI (Artificial Intelligence), and Machine Learning. It integrates all the processes, establishes data connectivity, and provides true…
By Shannon Flynn
Companies that use software to streamline daily operations typically depend on more than just one solution. Coordinating a business’s software stack can be a major challenge, especially if it uses tools from various vendors. Interoperability in software engineering ensures different tools can work together, even if they aren’t designed with…
By Namrata Naidu
Global 5G infrastructure market share has shown tremendous growth in recent years, thanks to the robust demand for high-speed network connectivity. The ownership rate of smartphones is growing at a notable pace every year across both developed and developing economies. According to the GSMA Mobile Economy 2022 report, in 2021,…
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By IEEE Computer Society Team
Scent is powerful. Humans can detect over 1 trillion scents, making it a powerful tool for life on Earth, and research even suggests humans can smell feelings like fear or disgust. Olfaction is the first sense developed in babies and plays a crucial role in memories and emotions. Enter the…
By Shigraf Aijaz
SOC, MDR, EXR, or EDR, acronyms of such nature have become a standard part of endpoint security jargon, specifically as security practitioners develop robust ways to enable cybersecurity. The situation is somewhat dire as cyber-attacks continue to rise at an alarming rate. With 2022 nearly complete, 67% of organizations globally…
By Ross Moore
It’s been said that lyrics are poetry with a limp. They’re meant to go along with music, unlike poems that stand on their own. Just like lyrics, considering cyberattack statistics apart from the supporting data of areas such as industry and the data that a company holds keeps one from…
By Lucy Manole
If you are a tech company struggling to scale, get your critical departments to align, and deliver a fantastic buying experience — from lead generation to post-purchase — then this detailed guide on RevOps is what you need. Short for ‘revenue operations,’ RevOps is a B2B function that applies automation…
By Gilad David Maayan
What is ML Engineering? Machine learning engineers (ML engineers) are IT professionals who design, build, and operate artificial intelligence (AI) systems. ML engineers typically work as part of a large team, together with data scientists, data analysts, data engineers, and data architects. ML engineers serve as a bridge between data…
By Shannon Flynn
Since open-source software (OSS) became popular in the 1990s, it’s taken the world by storm. Like any technological development, OSS has its advantages and disadvantages. For example, it usually has cool features and capabilities because thousands of people contribute to open source initiatives. However, OSS sometimes comes with cybersecurity risks.…
By Tanhaz Kamaly
If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that a pandemic is far easier to get through with the internet. Working from home, e-commerce, online gaming, and cinematic experiences have become the norm, which is why they should be available to everyone. Most of us expect seamless customer care…
By Tanhaz Kamaly
Cloud computing is changing the way we work and do business. The cloud offers a reality where physical and virtual resources can be gathered, put to work, and returned within seconds. Effectively, it provides businesses instant access to robust infrastructure from anywhere with network connectivity. For most organizations today, the…
By Jenna Bunnell
It can sometimes seem that technology is evolving and developing at breakneck speed. Every week seems to bring something new, whether it is totally innovative or an improvement on existing tech. As a result, you could be forgiven for often feeling overwhelmed by the tsunami of new terms, words, and…
By Jessica Day
The internet is like certain varieties of sharks. If it stops going forward, it dies. It’s a model of movement. And as it moves, it evolves. Today, the internet has few similarities to the heady swashbuckling Netscape days of the 1990s. And the internet of tomorrow will be different again.…
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