- Say “No” to Downtimeby admin on 2021-04-15 at 15:07
Downtime can be costly for any business. Balaji Venkatraman is senior product manager for mission critical applications at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In this video he explains how SAP customers can defend against downtime with HPE Serviceguard. HPE Serviceguard for Linux is a high availability and disaster recovery clustering software designed to protect applications and services
- The strange bedfellows of AI and ethicsby admin on 2021-04-14 at 13:55
Over the last decade, we have heard a lot of doom-saying about how artificial intelligence (AI) would result in the loss of huge numbers of jobs However, the picture (across both public and private sectors) is now starting to look not only more nuanced but also more positive. A 2017 report from consultancy PWC suggested that embedding AI across
- Self-Driving Data: The Role of Automation in Autonomous Vehiclesby admin on 2021-04-14 at 13:43
Apple recently shared plans to develop a self-driving car by 2024 The tech giant’s watershed announcement has reignited interest in the autonomous car market, a burgeoning industry set to surpass $65.3 billion by 2027. Traditional automotive OEMs feel the Silicon Valley heat getting closer to the core business. While many drivers are still wary of
- Why regulation and rules are essential to building AI customers can trustby admin on 2021-04-14 at 13:36
Artificial intelligence (AI) is still a divisive topic There are huge opportunities it offers organisations, and the world, to drive real change. While the full capabilities of AI haven’t been realised yet, we should proceed with caution. Businesses are really starting to now consider different ways to use this intelligent technology to solve challenges, simplify everyday life and create efficiencies in ways previously unimagined. Its potential seems
- IoT data hoarding – are you guilty?by admin on 2021-04-14 at 13:27
Like the other “things” in life you can hoard, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a playground for IoT data hoarders Many people are hoarders, whether it is clothes, gadgets, or – in the recent pandemic – toilet rolls. And if you do hoard a bit, you know that you should regularly clear out what
- The Benefits of Containerisation: The Storyby admin on 2021-04-14 at 13:15
This article will resonate with every organisation that relies on technology and software to create its own niche place in the world It is a cautionary tale as well as a “how-to” guide for start-ups, SMBs and enterprises that have not yet transitioned their legacy software, applications or processes into the containerised paradigm. Why is this important? And why is it
- Once VMware is free from Dell, who might fancy buying it?by Ron Miller on 2021-04-18 at 15:17
If you accept that VMware is in play, the prospective price tag means that the number of firms that could afford such a purchase are few and far between.
- Consumer agency warns against Peloton Tread+ use, as company pushes backby Brian Heater on 2021-04-17 at 20:56
Almost exactly a month ago, Peloton CEO John Foley wrote an open letter about the the company’s treadmill. “I’m reaching out to you today because I recently learned about a tragic accident involving a child and the Tread+, resulting in, unthinkably, a death,” it begins. “While we are aware of only a small handful of
- Why it’s not surprising to see nine-figure AI rounds by Henry Pickavet on 2021-04-17 at 20:00
This week Scale AI raised a $325 million Series E. The company, as TechCrunch has written, works in the data labeling space. And it has been on a fundraising tear over the last few years.
- What does it take to create a startup ecosystem?by Natasha Mascarenhas on 2021-04-17 at 18:00
Say it louder for the people in the back: As tech grows bigger by the minute and venture capital adds dollar signs by the day, a startup hub’s success is not an either/or situation. The next Silicon Valley is a tired narrative, when in reality startups look, innovate and create differently all over the world.
- How one founder build a startup around compassion and care facilitated by AIby Darrell Etherington on 2021-04-17 at 16:37
In the second episode of our new podcast Found, our guest is Brie Code. Code is the founder and CEO of TRU LUV, a startup based out of Toronto that has its roots in the game industry, but that is taking a radically different approach to designing interactive experiences based on a historically-overlooked motivating paradigm
- Hear how StockX brought the sneaker scene to Detroitby Alex Wilhelm on 2021-04-17 at 15:30
At TechCrunch’s Detroit City Spotlight this week, I sat down with Rae Witte, the journalist behind the StockX EC-1. TechCrunch’s EC-1 push allows individual authors to go deep on a particular company. And as StockX has been headquartered in Detroit since its inception, we took the chance to dig into our reporting in front of
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- These Are Our Favorite Hair Straightenersby Medea Giordano on 2021-04-18 at 13:00
Curls and waves are beautiful. But when you want to smooth them out, these hot tools (including irons, a brush, and a comb) work wonders.
- The Pandemic Proved That Our Toilets Are Crapby Chelsea Wald on 2021-04-18 at 12:00
The core technologies for sewage systems were developed over a hundred years ago. It's time to get better, healthier updates in the pipeline.
- Ecobee’s Ecosystem Is an Easy Way to Embrace the Smart Homeby Parker Hall on 2021-04-18 at 12:00
For the past six months, this Alexa-integrated security and thermostat platform made my house feel safer and more comfortable.
- Mathematicians Settle the Erdős Coloring Conjectureby Kelsey Houston-Edwards on 2021-04-18 at 12:00
Fifty years ago, three mathematicians came up with a graph theory problem that they thought they might solve on the spot. A team has finally settled it.
- How to Schedule Emails and Texts to Send Anytime You Wantby David Nield on 2021-04-18 at 11:00
Your messages don’t have to go out right away. Be strategic about when your recipient gets them.
- How the Smart Remote Lost Its Wayby Brian Barrett on 2021-04-18 at 11:00
Once, we dreamed of one controller to rule them all. But when Logitech killed off the Harmony line, it ended an era.