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42 More Cybersecurity Predictions For 2020

“2019 saw the cybersecurity industry start to explore AI-based solutions. In the coming months, cybercriminals will start to do the same, integrating AI and machine learning into their malware programs to bypass and infiltrate targeted systems. Current cybersecurity measures rely on ‘detection and response,’ but as attackers begin to leverage AI to bypass existing solutions,

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Why Azure Arc Is A Game Changer For Microsoft

At Ignite 2019, Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, announced a slew of new hybrid cloud products and services. The most significant announcement from Satya’s keynote is Azure Arc, the hybrid and multi-cloud platform from Microsoft. Satya Nadella, CEO MICROSOFT Though a major revamp of the hybrid strategy was expected by the analysts and partners of Microsoft,

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Cyber interoperability is a must for federal agencies

COMMENT Cyber interoperability is a must for federal agencies By Ken Kartsen Dec 02, 2019 Imagine a command center receiving intelligence feeds about the enemy. The first one shows the target on the move from point A to point B. The analyst begins to relay that info to the field but decides to check another

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Introducing Smart-UPS with Li-ion!

Introducing Smart-UPS with Li-ion! The world’s most popular UPS is now available with Lithium-ion batteries! APC by Schneider Electric’s Smart-UPS with Li-ion batteries offers trusted, premium power protection to ensure network and data availability. Designed for local edge environments and micro data centers, the Smart-UPS with Li-ion ensures consistent & reliable connectivity at the most

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5G phones account for less than 1% of sales in China

Are 5G smartphones already a trend in China after all these new releases? Sales figures suggest otherwise. In August, only 219,000 units of 5G smartphones were sold in China, accounting for 0.7% of the overall 30.8 million units of handsets that were sold in the country during that month, according to data from the government-backed

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Will Self-Driving Cars Really Only Last Four Years?

A recent news item about self-driving cars has been creating quite a flurry of debate due to the suggestion by a major automotive maker that driverless cars might only last about four years. Some are shocked that autonomous cars might merely be usable for a scant four years at a time and then presumably end-up on the junk

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USB4 is ready: Twice as fast, smaller, and hitting devices in 2020

The official Thunderbolt-based USB4 specification is complete, the group that designs it announced on Tuesday. USB4 is the next major version of the USB, which gains a major speed boost thanks to Intel licensing its Thunderbolt 3 protocol to the USB Promoter Group on a royalty-free basis. This group includes Apple, HP, Intel, Microsoft, and Texas Instruments. SEE: IT

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What changes are on the data storage horizon?

What’s on the data storage horizon? At the recent HPE Discover 2019, HPE made a series of storage announcements with important implications. Here’s a look at what those announcements were and how they may impact your business. I had the good fortune to spend a few days at HPE Discover 2019 in Las Vegas, thanks to the

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The Rise Of 5G Means Great Things For Mobile Payments

You’ve likely heard a lot about the advance of 5G so far, and while you may not even be sure just what it is, you’ve been treated to opinions all up and down the spectrum suggesting that this will either make us all blissfully happy or give us cancer in our sleep. As is so

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