As part of its Mobile World Congress 2021 showcase, Lenovo launched the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4. ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4 Processors Up to Intel Core i9 vPro OS Windows 10 Pro Memory Up… Read More »Lenovo releases the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4 laptop
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) chief executive officer Antonio Neri dedicated virtual stage time to the company’s edge to cloud platform, GreenLake, during his Discover conference keynote this week, with a series of announcements further broadening… Read More »GreenLake takes centre stage at HPE Discover, CEO introduces Silicon on Demand with Intel
A small accounting firm north of Toronto has acknowledged being hit by ransomware last month. Naz Sukhram, who heads a financial services firm that bears his name, confirmed Tuesday the company realized it was struck… Read More »Small Canadian financial services firm hit by ransomware
Coming to grips with machine learning needn’t require vast amounts of labeled data, a team of data scientists, and a lot of compute time. The state of the art in modern artificial intelligence has reached… Read More »Simplify machine learning with Azure Applied AI Services
The quantity and quality of a company’s data can mean the difference between a major success or major failure. Companies like Google have used big data from its earliest days to steer their product suite… Read More »Axiom Browser Automation with Yaseer Sheriff
Few infosec leaders have a direct voice to the C-suite, says a new study, which it argues, makes it very difficult to ensure that leadership has an accurate and complete understanding of security risks facing… Read More »Few infosec leaders report to C-suite, study shows
The rise of cloudops tools (such as AIops) is in full swing. There are three basic choices: on demand as a non-native tool, hosted on-premises, or a hosted cloud-native tool offered by a public cloud… Read More »Are cloud-native ops tools right for multicloud?