The novel coronavirus has put the US and the world to the test. Data centers have demonstrated that they put “essential” in essential services. So, what's next?
From malware-laden emails to fake donations, these are some of the most common cons you should watch out for amid the public health crisis
Steve Will previews the contents of the latest IBM i Technology Refresh.
VMware Solutions on IBM Cloud provides an extension of the customers on-premises VMware workloads in a flexible and saleable cloud model.
Large companies regularly update their servers to get more computing power and reduce maintenance costs. The old hardware is usually sent for recycling or is just thrown away but there are exceptions to these scenarios. For example, the Canadian non-profit Cancer Computer suggests using such equipment for medical research.
IBM announced on Sunday that it is partnering up with the US Department of Energy (DoE) to build a COVID-19 High-Performance Computing (HPC) Consortium that will use high-performance computing to control the coronavirus infection. The consortium will bring together the computing capabilities of some of the world’s most powerful and advanced computers to help scientists around the globe to research and develop treatment methods and prospective drugs.
As organizations seek to provide safety for their workers while maintaining the safety of their data, they will face increased security risks delivering mission-critical applications to remote employees while keeping them efficient and the business running. Getting this done quickly is easier than you might think.
This week, FireMon released the 2020 State of Hybrid Cloud Security Report, which describes the security situation in the cloud computing industry. While enterprises are increasingly moving to the cloud, their security teams are getting smaller in size. And although the complexity of tasks is steadily growing, the budgets allocated for security remain unchanged. That creates a serious obstacle for preventing data leaks.
A few days ago, the Internet buzzed that each user can join the fight against a new coronavirus by simply giving away the unused capacity of their PCs to study protein compounds. Promptly after that, Oak Ridge Laboratory (ORNL) decided to take desperate measures and use the world's most powerful supercomputer, Summit, to identify low-molecular-weight drug compounds that may be useful for further research in the fight against SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus responsible for the outbreak of COVID-19 virus.