Cloud computing in 2021 has become the de facto choice of IT due to digital transformation shifts accelerated by remote work and the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's a look the cloud leaders stack up, the hybrid market, and the key SaaS players.
The ninth generation of the Arm processor architecture, its engineers say, could sustain distributed computing for the rest of this decade. Could the rise of Arm signal the end of central processing units as we know them?
There’s promise and peril in the still-evolving world of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether. Here's everything individuals and businesses need to know about the basics of wallets, exchanges, and the next directions in this expanding ecosystem.
Since the 1980s, there’s been a rule that three major competitors don’t last long in a technology market. For Google to stay relevant and remain in contention, it has to keep innovating and changing the rules.
What’s still presented as a subsidiary for an online retailer now provides close to one-third of the world’s cloud-based services. Here’s why the other part of Amazon is, by itself, the backbone of the global economy.
Whether you're in a corporate or home office, or on the road, a VPN remains one of the best ways to protect your privacy and security on the internet.
Working Backwards is an insider's breakdown of Amazon's approach to culture, leadership, and best practices from two long-time Amazon executives.
A primer to low-code and no-code solutions, including a review of the leading vendors with low- and no-code offerings.
Microsoft and Google are engaged in a pitched battle to win over your business with suites of cloud-based productivity software and services. Here's a look at the many different editions of Microsoft 365 and Google Workspace, along with what you can expect to pay for each one.
This guide explains what machine learning is, how it is related to artificial intelligence, how it works and why it matters.
An executive guide to artificial intelligence, from machine learning and general AI to neural networks.
For organizations that are settled into Microsoft's family of apps and services, the obvious collaboration platform is Microsoft Teams. And the killer feature is that Teams supports a robust API for add-ins.
Maybe we can’t keep packing transistors onto substrates the way Gordon Moore showed us how to do. So how about if we replaced those millions of transistors with components “inspired by the true story” of the brain?
Neuromorphic computing could completely transform everything about the technology industry from programming languages to hardware.
Simple steps can make the difference between losing your online accounts or maintaining what is now a precious commodity: Your privacy.
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