How MLOps gets ‘streamlined’
We need intelligence. More specifically, our planet’s total application and data services layer needs an increasing amount of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and so, logically, we also need a strong handle on Machine Learning (ML) and the data wrangling, data management and data orchestration functi... Read more
CloudFix CTO: The cost of cloud, in real terms
Cloud cost efficiency (along with cloud complexity and the quantum orchestration leap needed to achieve a truly cloud-native stance) is obviously a top concern among executives across industries, given the current state of rising inflation, the spectre of continued (Covid-19) infection and the trag... Read more
Lateral security and XDR will be big in 2023, and here’s why
Predictions for 2023 are all the rage right now, but most are either highly speculative or so obvious they are hardly worth publishing. Here’s one that should be different: two of the hottest topics in networking next year will be lateral security and XDR, or eXtended detection and response.
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Etex saves 1,200 hours per month through RPA deployment
Belgian developer and supplier of lightweight building materials is following a clear automation path toward the future.
RPA can bring many gains in efficiency. That in itself is nothing new. In fact, it's the main reason RPA exists. However, it is not always easy to start. But it is very import... Read more
AMR: the autonomous robot in the warehouse alongside the employee
In warehouses, optimizations for more efficient and faster work are often welcome. This can be done by refining existing work processes or replacing used tools, but also by deploying modern robots if this is not already being done. Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) are trying to set a standard in thi... Read more
Pantheon on Drupal 10: All around the new CMS
Language evolves. These days, even the Baby Boomers know what a Content Management System is and most of us can now talk about ‘the CMS’ without having to explain what it is and how it works.
Of course, the use of CMS systems is broader than mere blog posting, the application of this technol... Read more
Oracle commits fully to healthcare modernization
In all ranks of Oracle, the company's ambition within healthcare is noticeable. Both in breadth and depth, Oracle wants to make and continue to make (big) strides.
During Oracle CloudWorld (the new name of OpenWorld, Oracle's annual flagship event), we sat down as usual for founder and CTO Larry... Read more
Clearly smart – Opaque Systems drives confidential computing
Opaque Systems is clear about one thing, its technology base requires some clarification and explanation. The firm is a specialist in secure multi-party analytics and AI for what it calls ‘confidential computing’, so what does that mean?
Taking each element in turn then, multi-party analytic... Read more
Paessler PRTG monitoring increases relevance by cloud and enterprise focus
At Paessler, the development of a monitoring tool with a variety of use cases is in full swing. Additional focus on the cloud, enterprises and industries shows PRTG is working on further relevance.
Paessler exists 25 years this year and in that time it has made network monitoring its specialty. ... Read more
‘Zero trust high on agenda due to cloud, potential untapped’
The security world has been under the spell of zero trust for some time. Zscaler research now confirms that organizations also see the framework as an ideal tool for securing users, workloads and devices. Cloud migration contributes to this: 91 percent of the organizations have implemented or are i... Read more