Basefarm hosted a well-received breakfast seminar on the theme “Cloud safety versus flexibility and faster time to market”. One of the speakers was Anna Rehnström, responsible for the infrastructure at Basefarm. In this article, she shares her most important lessons about how to achieve a successful partnership with your IT provider.
If you aren’t using the Azure cloud platform today – you are falling behind. Startups, government agencies and 90% of the Fortune 500 companies rely on Microsoft cloud service today and this is why you should join them.
Yes it seems really early, but if you want to be prepared for the biggest sale of the year, you need to get your skates on.
New Spectre attack enables secrets to be leaked over a network In a paper named “NetSpectre: Read Arbitrary Memory over Network” researchers from Graz University of Technology, including one of the original Meltdown discoverers, Daniel Gruss, have described NetSpectre: a fully remote attack based on Spectre. With NetSpectre, an attacker can remotely read the memory […]
For a long time the topic of artificial intelligence (AI) has been moving minds as it inspires fantasies and stokes fears. The step from machine intelligence to notably AI has caused the first entertaining and practical applications. This year, AI is starting to make an impact in entire companies, representing another significant leap: from individual to company-wide use.
Big Data and cloud computing are the drivers of digital transformation. Large, sometimes sensitive data volumes are being processed more quickly and comprehensively than ever before. Multicloud and hybrid cloud computing enable access to pretty much unlimited resources, as well as create unimaginable possibilities – and even new high demands on IT security, too, particularly when it comes to clouds.
Cloud computing has been increasing continuously in both volume and importance for years, and there is now a range of proven and established cloud concepts such as public cloud, private cloud and hybrid cloud. These concepts will be used in a much more parallel and combined structure: as multi cloud or even as real hybrid cloud.
The targeted, quick use of data in large volumes from various sources – Big Data – is becoming ever more commonplace within companies. As is the protection and security of this data, of course. But a crucial component has to be added, which addresses the responsibility of individuals and companies when dealing with data: data ethics.
Big Data and Cloud are central to pretty much all the technology topics of our time. From Industrial Internet and the Internet of Things to machine learning and deep learning to artificial and business intelligence – and beyond. Seems clear so far, right? To date, however, there have been few answers to the question of how everything will proceed. Answers are now due. It’s time for piecing together the bigger picture, which we will be doing in a small blog post series. Let’s start with Data Thinking.
The first Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference (AAIC) took place in Vienna at the end of May. Solution developers, prospects, and users from different industries came together to exchange views on the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Unbelievable Machine was present as partner and exhibitor. The *um Data Scientists Ingo Nader and Clemens Zauchner explain our contribution to the understanding and applicability of the technology.