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

How to Change Mac Permissions via the Mac Terminal

IT admins can save time and energy when changing Mac permissions by doing it via the command line or remotely via SSH. Learn how it’s done and what the notation means for command-line permissions.

By |2024-01-29T13:00:49+00:00January 29, 2024|Apple, cli, command line, command-line interface, Hardware, Mac, mac cli, mac command line, mac permissions, macos, Software, terminal, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How to Change Mac Permissions via the Mac Terminal

NVIDIA Teams Up With Equinix to Bring Generative AI Training to Data Centers

Equinix Private AI can now run on NVIDIA DGX, a supercomputing platform for enterprise AI. Customers are asking for secure AI that can use current data, Equinix and NVIDIA said.

By |2024-01-24T14:45:49+00:00January 24, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, CXO, data center, Data Centers, Data Management, Edge, edge computing, equinix, Hardware, Innovation, International, nvidia, supercomputing, Uncategorized|Comments Off on NVIDIA Teams Up With Equinix to Bring Generative AI Training to Data Centers

CES 2024: Qualcomm AI Chip for Virtual and Mixed Reality Could Compete with Apple Vision Pro

The Snapdragon XR+ Gen 2 refines Qualcomm’s hardware that enables virtual and mixed reality meetings. Plus, Qualcomm continues to commit to autonomous car tech.

By |2024-01-11T14:17:33+00:00January 10, 2024|Android, Apple, apple vision pro, Artificial Intelligence, automotive, autonomous cars, AWS, CES, CXO, Google, Hardware, Innovation, intel, International, mixed reality, Mobility, nvidia, qualcomm, Samsung, snapdragon xr2+ gen 2, Software, Uncategorized, virtual reality, Wearable Tech|Comments Off on CES 2024: Qualcomm AI Chip for Virtual and Mixed Reality Could Compete with Apple Vision Pro

CES 2024: Intel Expands Intel Core 14th Gen Line for Efficient Performance in Desktops and Laptops

The mobile, desktop and edge processors suitable for professional creative work or gaming are the latest in Intel's Raptor Lake Refresh series. Plus, Gelsinger goes all in on AI PCs.

Dell Reveals New XPS 13, 14 and 16 Laptops With Microsoft’s Copilot for Windows

The new Dell XPS models, revealed ahead of CES 2024, will have generative AI built in.

By |2024-01-04T21:49:31+00:00January 4, 2024|acer, Apple, apple macbook, Artificial Intelligence, ces 2024, copilot for windows, CXO, dell, dolby vision, generative ai, Hardware, hp, lenovo, Microsoft, neural processing unit, nvidia, Tech & Work, Uncategorized, windows, Windows 11|Comments Off on Dell Reveals New XPS 13, 14 and 16 Laptops With Microsoft’s Copilot for Windows
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