Software that builds video analysis intelligence into cameras will provide earlier alerts to public safety managers. …read more
Source:: GCN Cloud News
According to newly released data from SnapLogic, 90% of employees are being burdened with boring and repetitive tasks which could be easily automated. In fact, these tasks – which include searching for data, data entry, data processing and analysis, and combining data from multiple sources – are costing businesses 19 working days per year
Source:: Information Age News
Google is launching a new enterprise service for large businesses that want to adopt Chrome OS devices. The new Chrome Enterprise subscription, which will cost $50 per device and year, is essentially a rebrand of Chromebooks for Work, but with a number of additional capabilities. Even though the name would make you think this is about the Chrome browser, this program is actually all about… Read More …read more
Source:: Techcrunch IT News
Facebook is plunging headlong into the crowded enterprise collaboration and chat space with a business-friendly version of its familiar interface. Should Slack and Microsoft Teams be worried?
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On distant icy planets and moons, diamond rain is a regular occurrence due to the extremely high pressure of an atmosphere that squeezes hydrogen and carbon found in the interior of these planets to form solid diamonds.
Then, over millions of years, this glittering precipitation slowly sinks down into the interior.
At least that has been the theory of astrophysicists for some time, but now one team of researchers has proven it one and for all by recreating the phenomenon in a high-pressure chamber.
The hypothesis had suggested that 8,000km beneath the surface of Uranus and Neptune this diamond rain forms as these …read more
Source:: Silicon Republic News
More organisations are looking to hire server-based IT staff; but finding employees who can work across both traditional servers and converged infrastructure is increasingly tough.
That is the verdict of analyst firm 451 Research in its latest Voice of the Enterprise study, which finds that for two thirds of the more than 500 firms surveyed, recruiting for roles across both sectors is difficult. A similar number (67%) say the primary driver for more server-related employees is business growth, with 42% citing IT organisational changes as key.
Naturally, the continued interest in staff with specialisms in traditional servers means organisations aren’t quite ready …read more
Source:: Cloud Computing News