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You need to develop software requirements before you get started. But are you getting input from the right people? Here’s how to know. Read More

AI promises and perils

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From https://www.hpe.com 216 days ago
Made Hot by: steefen on May 10, 2019 5:09 am
AI promises to augment human skills, manage complexity, and fight recency bias, says HPE's Dr. Eng Lim Goh. Read More
I told you Microsoft might be building its own Linux distro. They're not there yet but this new Microsoft Linux kernel for Windows Subsystem for Linux is a big step in that direction. Read More

When mistaken beliefs lead to bad bets on data

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From https://www.hpe.com 217 days ago
Made Hot by: LimeWood on May 13, 2019 8:58 am
Winning a poker game relies on working with whatever data you have, however limited it may be, and then making the best choices possible. It turns out that poker has useful lessons for any IT decision-maker.
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Perhaps the most famous Linux/open-source logo after Tux the Linux Penguin, Red Hat's Shadowman is being replaced by -- naturally -- a Red Hat. Read More
Repeat after me: Cloud Foundry was never a container or container orchestration program. It is a Platform-as-a-Service cloud. Read More
You may know Fedora best as the cutting-edge Linux for the desktop, but these days, Fedora leads the way for Red Hat on containers, the server, the Internet of Things, and the cloud. Read More
Canonical's real money comes from the cloud and Internet of Things, but AI and machine learning developers are demanding -- and getting -- Ubuntu Linux desktop with enterprise support. Read More
Some people may think OpenStack is getting tired, but Canonical and Ubuntu Linux founder Mark Shuttleworth is doubling down on the open-source IaaS cloud and shares his thoughts on "dueling" open-source foundations. Read More
Sophisticated attackers are now using "invisible malware," a new form of attack that your firewalls can't stop and your anti-malware software can't find nor remove. Here are steps you can take right now to protect your servers and network. Read More
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