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Nvidia teases quantum accelerated supercomputers

Network World

At ISC High Performance 2024 in Hamburg, Germany, Nvidia today announced that nine new supercomputers worldwide are using its Grace Hopper Superchips to deliver a combined 200 exaflops (200 quintillion calculations per second) of computing power with, it said, twice the energy efficiency of an x86 system plus GPU. Grace Hopper accounts for 80% of Hopper sales, said Dion Harris, Nvidia’s director, accelerated data center GTM, during a media briefing.

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AI, Data Centers, and Energy Use: The Path to Sustainability

Information Week

The increasing use of AI and data centers is leading to a surge in energy consumption, posing risks for energy, tech, and data companies. It also presents an opportunity for these companies to decarbonize, build trust, and reduce long-term costs.

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IBM Surrenders SIEM While PANW Tries To Gain Ground On Tech Titans

Forrester IT

In a busy week for SIEMs to be merged or divested, Palo Alto Networks (PANW) announced that it’s acquiring IBM’s QRadar SaaS business and migrating those customers to its Cortex® XSIAM® platform. In addition, PANW gets QRadar intellectual property rights as part of the deal.

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Manage Microsoft Edge Browser on Android Devices using Intune

Anoop

Hello - Here is the new HTMD Blog Article for you. Enjoy reading it. Subscribe to YouTube Channel [link] and Facebook Page to get the latest updates [link] The post Manage Microsoft Edge Browser on Android Devices using Intune appeared first on HTMD Community Blog #1 Modern Device Management Guides by Malepati Naren.

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Don’t Get Left Behind: Leveraging Modern Product Management Across the Organization

Speaker: Kat Conner

The challenge of delivering the right product at the right time while aligning with strategic objectives is more pressing than ever. Product management is evolving and gaining greater recognition as the means to creating this connection. Join our upcoming webinar and learn how to streamline your product development processes, infuse product thinking across the organization, and bridge the gap between vision and delivery.

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Frontier retains top spot among world’s fastest supercomputers

Network World

Frontier held onto its No. 1 ranking in the 63rd edition of the TOP500 , but with the second place Aurora system breaking the exascale machine barrier, the end of Frontier’s reign could be in sight. The Frontier system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tenn., maintained its leading position with an HPL score of 1.206 EFlop/s. With a total of 8,699,904 combined CPU and GPU cores, the Frontier system has an HPE Cray EX architecture that combines 3 rd Gen AMD EPYC CPUs optimized for HPC an

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Why Enterprises Must Prioritize LLM Data Control

Information Week

Prioritizing data security is crucial when working with large-language models. Enterprises need to better understand the data control differences between public and private LLMs.

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50% of Identities have Access to Full Access as per Microsoft Security Report 2024

Anoop

Hello - Here is the new HTMD Blog Article for you. Enjoy reading it. Subscribe to YouTube Channel [link] and Facebook Page to get the latest updates [link] The post 50% of Identities have Access to Full Access as per Microsoft Security Report 2024 appeared first on HTMD Community Blog #1 Modern Device Management Guides by Krishna R.

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High-bandwidth memory nearly sold out until 2026

Network World

South Korean memory manufacturer SK Hynix has announced that its supply of high-bandwidth memory (HBM) has been sold out for 2024 and for most of 2025. Basically, this means that demand for HBM exceeds supply for at least a year, and any orders placed now won’t be filled until 2026. The news comes after similar comments were made in March by the CEO of Micron, who said that the company’s HBM production had been sold out through late 2025.

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OpenAI’s ChatGPT Launches ‘GPT-4o,’ Desktop App

Information Week

The GenAI juggernaut’s spring update announcements included its new GenAI model, including improvements for both enterprise and free users.

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Why Knowledge Isn’t Just Power, It’s a Trap: The KM Antipattern Dilemma

Forrester IT

Have you ever been part of a team where everyone seemed to guard their knowledge from other teams, like treasure, fearing that sharing might diminish their worth? Or perhaps you’ve witnessed an environment where the pursuit of individual success overshadows common goals?

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10 Rules for Managing Apache Cassandra

It’s no surprise that Apache Cassandra has emerged as a popular choice for organizations of all sizes seeking a powerful solution to manage their data at a scale—but with great power comes great responsibility. Due to the inherent complexity of distributed databases, this white paper will uncover the 10 rules you’ll want to know when managing Apache Cassandra.

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“I lost trust”: Why the OpenAI team in charge of safeguarding humanity imploded

Vox

Sam Altman is the CEO of ChatGPT maker OpenAI, which has been losing its most safety-focused researchers. | Joel Saget/AFP via Getty Images Company insiders explain why safety-conscious employees are leaving. For months, OpenAI has been losing employees who care deeply about making sure AI is safe. Now, the company is positively hemorrhaging them. Ilya Sutskever and Jan Leike announced their departures from OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, on Tuesday.

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FCC proposes BGP security measures

Network World

Jessica Rosenworcel wants ISPs to tell her how they’re securing BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) , a critical system for routing internet traffic. The chairwoman of the US Federal Communications Commission has proposed that the FCC require large broadband service providers to submit confidential reports on their plans to manage security risks associated with their use of BGP.

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Positive Approaches to Cybersecurity Training

Information Week

Cybersecurity can be an intimidating subject for employees, but companies can use a positive approach to keep employees accountable.

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Forrester’s RSAC 2024 Themes, Takeaways, and Observations

Forrester IT

RSA Conference (RSAC) 2024 boasted 41,000 attendees, 600 exhibitors on the show floor, 425 sessions, and plenty of dashing around Moscone Center and its surrounding area for our analysts. The event, still the top dog of cybersecurity events, was packed, with announcements and press releases galore.

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Generative AI Deep Dive: Advancing from Proof of Concept to Production

Speaker: Maher Hanafi, VP of Engineering at Betterworks & Tony Karrer, CTO at Aggregage

Executive leaders and board members are pushing their teams to adopt Generative AI to gain a competitive edge, save money, and otherwise take advantage of the promise of this new era of artificial intelligence. There's no question that it is challenging to figure out where to focus and how to advance when it’s a new field that is evolving everyday. 💡 This new webinar featuring Maher Hanafi, VP of Engineering at Betterworks, will explore a practical framework to transform Generative AI pr

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ChatGPT can talk, but OpenAI employees sure can’t 

Vox

Sam Altman (left), CEO of artificial intelligence company OpenAI, and the company’s co-founder and then-chief scientist Ilya Sutskever, speak together at Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv on June 5, 2023. | Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images Why is OpenAI’s superintelligence team imploding? On Monday, OpenAI announced exciting new product news: ChatGPT can now talk like a human.

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Palo Alto to acquire IBM’s QRadar security tech as vendors expand partnership

Network World

IBM and Palo Alto Networks announced a wide-reaching partnership to mix and match security technology between the vendors. The deal includes the sale of Big Blue’s QRadar security intelligence platform to Palo Alto. IBM and Palo Alto aim to help streamline and transform security operations, stop threats at scale, and accelerate incident remediation for their customers with the complete AI-powered approach the vendors say is needed to address current threat levels across the enterprise.

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What You Need to Know about AI as a Service

Information Week

Are you hesitant to plunge your organization into a costly, full-scale AI initiative? Your answer may be found in the cloud.

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B2B Marketers Expect To Do More With More – But It’s Not As Good As It Sounds

Forrester IT

In Forrester’s Marketing Survey, 2024, nearly 900 global B2B Marketing executives and operations leaders indicated they expected an overall Marketing budget increase. Breaking that down further, 67% expected their technology budget to increase, 62% anticipated a larger programs budget, and even 59% projected to spend more on personnel.

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Embedding BI: Architectural Considerations and Technical Requirements

While data platforms, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and programming platforms have evolved to leverage big data and streaming data, the front-end user experience has not kept up. Holding onto old BI technology while everything else moves forward is holding back organizations. Traditional Business Intelligence (BI) aren’t built for modern data platforms and don’t work on modern architectures.

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Cyber resilience: A business imperative CIOs must get right

CIO Business Intelligence

With ransomware at an all-time high, companies need to understand that being cyber resilient means going beyond compliance to considering all aspects of a business, from operational continuity to software supply chain security.

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Juniper expands AI management features for wired, wireless networks

Network World

Juniper Networks continues to expand its AI technology in an effort to ease network management tasks and simplify customers’ network operations. The enhancements are intended to reinforce the vendor’s AI-Native Networking Platform, announced earlier this year , which brings Juniper’s wired, wireless data center, campus and branch networking products under one common management offering.

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Questions for the Bureau for Cyberspace and Digital Policy

Information Week

The RSA Conference saw the announcement of an international cyberspace strategy from the State Department, but there are details yet to be answered.

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Winamp music player will soon become an open-source project

TechSpot

Llama Group is opening Winamp's source code to programmers worldwide. According to the company, the legendary audio player for Windows PCs will start living its second life as a proper open-source project on September 24, 2024. Llama Group is looking for coders interested in joining the software's development, but it.

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7 Leadership Themes for Procurement & Supply Chain Leaders in 2024

Procurement and supply chain leaders are presented with their fair share of challenges, with a host of tools and strategies to resolve them. That said, what’s the best path forward to leverage this year’s trends? In this recap of a recent GEP-WBR webinar, 7 Leadership Themes for Procurement & Supply Chain Leaders in 2024, GEP’s Pramod Sethumadhavan explores seven vital leadership trends that will help guide procurement and supply chain decision-makers.

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Private cloud makes its comeback, thanks to AI

CIO Business Intelligence

Private cloud providers may be among the key beneficiaries of today’s generative AI gold rush as, once seemingly passé in favor of public cloud, CIOs are giving private clouds — either on-premises or hosted by a partner — a second look. At the center of this shift is increasing acknowledgement that to support AI workloads and to contain costs, enterprises long-term will land on a hybrid mix of public and private cloud.

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Nvidia to build supercomputer for federal AI research

Network World

Nvidia is building a $20 million supercomputer with MITRE, a federally funded, not-for-profit research organization that has been a technological clearinghouse for the government since the 1950s. The move comes in support of President Biden’s 2023 executive order on encouraging advances in AI. The U.S. government will use an Nvidia DGX SuperPOD to provide researchers and developers access to much more computing power than they have had in the past to produce generative AI advances in areas such

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RSA Conference Takeaways: Fighting New Threats and Disinfo

Information Week

AI, disinformation, and government’s role in cybersecurity loomed large in many aspects of this year’s cybersecurity event in San Francisco.

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Known Issue Error 0x800f0982 and Fix for Windows Server OS

Anoop

Hello - Here is the new HTMD Blog Article for you. Enjoy reading it. Subscribe to YouTube Channel [link] and Facebook Page to get the latest updates [link] The post Known Issue Error 0x800f0982 and Fix for Windows Server OS appeared first on HTMD Community Blog #1 Modern Device Management Guides by Gopika S Nair.

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10 Rules for Managing Apache Kafka

Without proper guidance, it’s easy to miss out on Kafka’s full capabilities. While not the easiest technology to optimize, Kafka rewards those willing to explore its depths. Under the hood, it is an elegant system for stream processing, event sourcing, and data integration. Download this white paper to learn the 10 critical rules that will help you optimize your Kafka system and unlock its full potential.

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Can this new community hub provide a spark for Seattle’s startup ecosystem?

GeekWire

From top left, clockwise: Aviel Ginzburg, Art Litvinau, Ryan Dao, and Tyler Brown. The tech vets, led by Ginzburg, are creating a new entrepreneurial community in Seattle. (Seattle Foundations Photo) An entrepreneur and investor with roots in the defunct Techstars Seattle program plans to launch a new invite-only organization and shared workspace that supports tech founders by surrounding them with fellow entrepreneurs and experienced startup mentors.

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State of IT jobs: Mixed signals, changes ahead

CIO Business Intelligence

IT is an ever-changing industry, a truism that 2023 underscored, thanks in large part to the meteoric rise of generative AI. The industry saw unprecedented growth in certain areas — such as AI and ML — alongside massive layoffs from tech vendors and cooling (or even contracting) salaries for a wide range of IT roles. And in the adjustment to a post-pandemic workforce, employees and employers have found a new battleground, with IT pros continuing to seek remote and flexible work opportunities, wh

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Repeat Offenders: Black Basta’s Latest Healthcare Cyberattack

Information Week

Ascension is the latest healthcare system hit with a crippling cyberattack. Why is healthcare so vulnerable, and what’s to be done about it?

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Groundbreaking 3D brain scan generated 1.4 petabytes of data from millimeter-sized sample

TechSpot

The process began with a surgically removed sample of brain tissue taken from a woman with epilepsy during brain surgery meant to help control her seizures. After chemical preparation to enhance contrast, the specimen was embedded in resin and sliced into an astounding 5,000 sections, each about a thousandth the.

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Get Better Network Graphs & Save Analysts Time

Many organizations today are unlocking the power of their data by using graph databases to feed downstream analytics, enahance visualizations, and more. Yet, when different graph nodes represent the same entity, graphs get messy. Watch this essential video with Senzing CEO Jeff Jonas on how adding entity resolution to a graph database condenses network graphs to improve analytics and save your analysts time.