Curation Counts: Why Customers Want Condensed Updates

Today’s customer is inundated with excessive content. Every single minute around the world, more than 204 million emails are sent, 1,400 new blog posts are published, and Facebook users share a whopping 2.46 million pieces of content. While the average individual will only ever see a fraction of this content, it doesn’t take much to […]

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Here’s how Microsoft is using containerization to protect Edge users

Windows Defender Application Guard locks untrusted browsing sessions away from the rest of the OS Microsoft is aiming to better protect users and organizations from the threats that they face with a new feature called Windows Defender Application Guard. It’s designed to isolate Microsoft Edge from the rest of the files and processes running on […]

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Microsoft demonstrates the world’s ‘first AI supercomputer,’ using programmable hardware in the cloud

 Microsoft has quietly installed an esoteric, powerful piece of silicon across its cloud-oriented data centers, and it’s saying the new chips will give its Azure cloud computing platform a strong competitive advantage in the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence. Using the technology, the company demonstrated what it called “the first AI supercomputer” during Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s closing keynote address […]

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Apple Promises To Fix iOS 10 Security Flaw

Naturally, hackers immediately pounced on the recently released iOS 10 to exploit possible vulnerabilities. One was not disappointed after finding serious weakness to an iTunes backup security that can possibly compromise the entire iOS device.Elcomsoft, which calls itself an iOS forensics company, discovered that Apple may have severely compromised password security in iOS 10. This […]

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