Skip to content

Latest Network World articles

How SASE uses AI

Secure access service edge, or SASE, combines networking and security into a cloud-based service, and it’s growing fast. According to Gartner projections, enterprise spending on SASE will hit almost $7 billion this year, up from under $5 billion in 2021. Gartner also predicts that more than 50% of organizations will

Gartner: SSE is SASE minus the SD-WAN

SASE adoption has been skyrocketing since the start of the pandemic. Secure access service edge, a term Gartner coined in 2019, combines security and networking in a single, scalable, cloud-based platform that fits well in a world in which employees work from home and mostly access cloud-based apps and services.

Latest Data Center Knowledge articles

Denial of Service Attacks Expected To Get Bigger, Nastier

A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack can take down a company’s infrastructure, communications, applications, or other services. It costs money to recover from such an attack, but the revenue losses due to outages can be even higher. In 2021, the scale of these attacks hit record highs, and they

Top Three Use Cases for AI in Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity professionals are facing an unprecedented threat environment, with record-high numbers of attacks, shortage of qualified staff, and increasing aggression and sophistication from nation-state actors. For many data center cybersecurity managers, the silver bullet for all these problems is artificial intelligence. It promises to allow security teams to handle more

Latest The New Stack articles

Q&A: Why Devs Are at the Forefront of a ‘Revolution in Data’

The database field is full of vendors that seek to make it easier for developers and their teams to run their workloads in cloud native environments. For example, with the recent release of Aerospike Database 6, data-platform company Aerospike has added developer-friendly features to its database, including native support for

Everyone’s Seeking AI Engineers — Here’s What They Want

There’s no doubt: Machine learning and artificial intelligence are the hot specialties in IT right now — but filling those jobs is proving to be tough. Read full story at The New Stack.

Latest MetaStellar articles

Neuralink says monkeys died because of brain implants

Neuralink says monkeys died because of brain implants By Alex Korolov Don’t rush out and get Elon Musk’s brain implant just yet. According to news reports, 21 percent of Neuralink’s test monkeys died after experiments. Earlier this week, Neuralink admitted in a blog post that they have euthanized a number

Gaming industry heavyweight launches metaverse for music and games

Gaming industry veteran Steve Gray, former executive at Tencent Games, the world’s largest gaming studio, is getting into the metaverse business. His new company, Meta Music Studios, launched The Apollo Project last week, a blockchain-based gaming platform for music and games, with its first game TAP Stars, an avatar growing game, set

AI in 2020: Facial recognition discriminates against race and gender

One thing we learned from 2020 is not to trust AI facial recognition –it’s biased against race and gender. Racial inequality is a big deal in 2020. You might recall the Black Lives Matter protests that brought millions of people out into the streets over the summer. Large tech companies

Latest Hypergrid Business articles

Marketplace suspends almost all NFT sales due to rampant fakes

Plagiarism and scams are a serious problem in the NFT space — and it’s gotten so bad that one NFT marketplace has suspended almost all NFT sales on its platform. Cameron Hejai, founder and CEO of Cent NFT marketplace, announced in a statement that Cent is removing the ability to

Motorola and Verizon release 5G neckband to lighten up virtual reality headsets

Virtual reality headsets are bulky and two companies have collaborated to take the weight off your head for augmented and virtual reality — and put it around your neck instead. Motorola yesterday announced a 5G neckband that’ll put connectivity, processing, and the battery in a collar and leave your heads up

Biggest marketplace for non-fungible tokens admits at least 80 percent are knock-offs

OpenSea, the largest marketplace for non-fungible tokens openly admitted last Thursday that over 80 percent of the items created using their free minting tool were plagiarized works, fake collections, and spam. Read full article at Hypergrid Business.

New VR boots aim to make walking realistic for job training

It’s too expensive and it’s not available yet, but there’s a startup company that says we’ll be able to walk in VR. Ekto VR, a VR hardware startup, has invented a pair of boots that allow realistic walking in virtual environments with no risk of running into a wall or

Fence in VR with a real sword

Wouldn’t it be cool to fence with a real sword in VR? Russian VR studio Boxglass has released Fencer, a VR fencing trainer designed to help new players learn the sport of fencing while using a real fencing weapon. Read the full story at Hypergrid Business.

First Apple VR headset could be expensive and bulky

Apple’s first entry into virtual reality could be an expensive VR headset with limited AR capabilities, according to a Bloomberg report. “Apple Inc.’s first crack at a headset is designed to be a pricey, niche precursor to a more ambitious augmented reality product that will take longer to develop, according

Designed using Hoot Du. Powered by WordPress.