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Babbling About Azure B-Series Burstable VMs

The Azure B-Series burstable VMs have been around for quite some time now, but up until now, I hadn’t had a reason to use them.

Quantum Computing – Dawn of a New Computing Era

Many people have a vague awareness that quantum computing is a revolutionary emerging technology. Recently, a major milestone was reached. A quantum computer was shown to have "Quantum Supremacy" over a conventional, or "classic", digital computer.

 

What is augmented reality and how can it help businesses?

Augmented reality (AR) is a technology that allows you to bridge the gap between the digital world and the physical world by overlaying digital images onto the real world that you can see.

The CEO's guide to cloud computing

Cloud computing is, arguably, the most radical transformation to take place in IT for the past 30 years.

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What can we learn from the alleged Russian hacking in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to help defend businesses from cyber-attacks?

Russia's attempt to sabotage the 2016 US presidential election shows how dangerous even stock-standard computer hacking techniques can be. Those hacking tools aren't limited to politics – businesses are also at risk from similar attacks.

Can artificial intelligence help to feed the world?

Can global food production double before 2050? - Writes Dr Michael Snowden

If not, the UN forecasts that famine from population growth and a deteriorating environment will likely have devastating effects as global population grows from 7.6 billion to 9.8 billion people.

Should You Build An Internal Computing Cloud

If the primary concerns of CEOs are considered, namely, reducing complexity, driving innovation, focusing on core competencies and cost control, the reasons touted for building an internal computing cloud cannot be supported in a rational analysis.

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Why most product innovations fail

Businesses spend billions of dollars on new products, only to find that buyers reject them at the rate of 40% to 90%, depending on the category. Brand new product categories are similar, with around 50% of the first-movers failing.