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Interview: Nvidia on AI workloads and their impacts on data storage

Artificial intelligence (AI) workloads are quite unlike those we’ve seen previously in the enterprise. And across the different phases of AI work, input/output (I/O) profile and impacts on storage can vary dramatically. After intense training, we put AI to work inferencing from what it has learned. Also, we must take into account AI frameworks used…

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Security Think Tank: Securing today’s ubiquitous cloud environment

Today’s digital, on-demand age sees many organisations rely heavily on multiple cloud services for the day-to-day running of their operations. But the third-party nature of this functionality introduces additional security risks and, with bad actors ever-present to take advantage of porous network perimeters, cyber security professionals must ensure they are rigorous in safeguarding the enterprise.…

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UK data regulator should investigate police cloud deployments

Scottish biometrics commissioner Brian Plastow is calling for the UK data regulator to formally investigate whether Police Scotland’s cloud-based Digital Evidence Sharing Capability (DESC) is compliant with data protection laws, after Microsoft disclosed it cannot guarantee the sovereignty of UK policing data hosted in the Azure public cloud. Plastow told Computer Weekly the Microsoft disclosure,…

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Trends in the cloud database market

The cloud holds a large – and growing – percentage of enterprise data. While much of this growth comes from unstructured information, such as documents and media files, enterprises also still depend on structured data, stored in databases.   The global market for databases grew by 12.8% last year, according to analysts at Gartner, and…

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The Enermax PlatiGemini 1200W ATX 3.1 + ATX12VO PSU Review: The Swiss Army Knife

In the retail PC PSU space, most of the focus on new standards and their capabilities in the past couple of years has been on ATX 3.0 and it’s quick follow-up successor, ATX 3.1. And while the revised ATX standard is certainly the most important new standard for the rank-and-file PC builder, it’s not the…

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Epic Games blames Apple for Fortnite’s delayed return to EU iPhones

A week after submitting Epic Games Store and Fortnite to Apple for their required notarization process in the EU, Epic Games accuses the Cupertino company of stalling the launch of its store in the region. According to the platform, Apple rejected the store notarization submission twice, as it claims the “design and position of Epic’s…

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AI and outsourcing: What’s the future for relationships and contracts? (Part two)

What follows is based on our combined experience of around 52 years of legal advice to the IT and outsourcing industries, and how we’ve seen outsourcing relationships and agreements develop to accommodate waves of new IT infrastructure, technologies, systems, applications and business processes. We look broadly at the key areas of focus for customers within…

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Police Scotland did not consult ICO about high-risk cloud system

Police Scotland chose not to consult the data regulator before deploying its cloud-based digital evidence-sharing system, despite identifying a number of “high risks” with the data processing, freedom of information (FOI) disclosures have revealed. The disclosures also show that although the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) had previously been informed of the risks and acknowledged them,…

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The Cooler Master V850 SFX Gold ATX 3.0 PSU Review: Small Scale

In response to the increasing popularity of compact and portable gaming PCs in the past couple of years, we’ve seen several PC peripheral manufacturers release larger collections of SFX form factor cases and power supplies. Chief among these has been Cooler Master, where the prolific PC part vendor recently expanded their SFX series to include…

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How to ensure public cloud services are used safely and securely

By Published: 12 Jun 2024 The public cloud is a cloud computing model that enables resources such as applications, data storage, and virtual machines to be accessed remotely and on demand. While largely a benefit, it also leaves organisations open to public cloud security risks, particularly when they allow users to access on-demand services from…

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