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TIOBE Index News (February 2024): Programming Language Go Reaches a New High at Number Eight

Carbon, an experimental programming language, entered TIOBE's top 100 ranking in February.

By |2024-02-16T16:39:02+00:00February 16, 2024|c++, carbon, Developer, docker, fortran, Gmail, go, Google, google docs, Google Workspace, International, javascript, kubernetes, programming languages, Python, Software, sql, toibe software, Uncategorized, visual basic|Comments Off on TIOBE Index News (February 2024): Programming Language Go Reaches a New High at Number Eight

Slack Rolls Out Generative AI Search and Summarization

Summarization digests and Einstein Copilot integration for Salesforce CRM are on the Slack roadmap.

NIST Establishes AI Safety Consortium

The mixed public and private consortium will focus on safety, standards and skills-building for AI generally and generative AI in particular.

Google Cloud’s Nick Godfrey Talks Security, Budget and AI for CISOs

In this Q&A, Godfrey reminds business leaders to integrate security into conversations around financial and business targets.

By |2024-02-12T14:51:37+00:00February 12, 2024|Artificial Intelligence, budgeting, buy-in, Cloud, CXO, cybersecurity, data theft, digital transformation, Google, google cloud security, International, ransomware, Security, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, vulnerabilities, zero day exploits|Comments Off on Google Cloud’s Nick Godfrey Talks Security, Budget and AI for CISOs

UK Government Puts £45 Million Toward Quantum Computing

Most of the money goes toward exploring what kind of quantum computing hardware to use. The rest funds efforts toward practical projects such as detecting dementia.

Botnet Attack Targeted Routers: A Wake-Up Call for Securing Remote Employees’ Hardware

The FBI spotted this state-sponsored attack that highlights how home office setups can be overlooked when it comes to employees’ cybersecurity.

By |2024-02-09T15:44:55+00:00February 2, 2024|botnet, cisco, CXO, cybersecurity, ddos, federal bureau of investigation, Hardware, home office, Internet of Things, IT Policies, Netgear, Networking, Security, Tech & Work, u.s. department of justice, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Botnet Attack Targeted Routers: A Wake-Up Call for Securing Remote Employees’ Hardware

What Do Apple’s EU App Store Changes Mean for App Developers?

The EU says the DMA keeps markets fair and open; Apple says the DMA introduces security problems. Apple is leveling fees against independent app stores.

By |2024-01-29T20:00:47+00:00January 29, 2024|app developers, Apple, apple ios, Cloud, Developer, digital markets act, E-Commerce, epic games, EU, Google, International, Mobility, regulation, safari, Security, Software, spotify, Uncategorized|Comments Off on What Do Apple’s EU App Store Changes Mean for App Developers?
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