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Rise of the citizen developer: GenAI and the democratisation of code

App development harnessing generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) might be democratising coding and potentially freeing up resource, but organisations must carefully manage contributors without prior coding experience. According to Jon Puleston, vice-president of innovation in the profiles division at Kantar, even an accurate synthetic persona based on a data set of 25,000 real people containing 250…

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Lessons from war: How Israel is fighting Iranian state-backed hacking

Hamas hacked into video streams from private security cameras in Israeli homes to gather intelligence before fighters descended on Israeli settlements near the Gaza strip on 7 October 2023, according to the Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD). For Gaby Portnoy, director general of the INCD, the hacking was no surprise: “But it went deeper than…

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Microsoft and Google’s GHG emissions gains call viability of net-zero targets into question

The financial results of the world’s biggest three hyperscale cloud companies have seen Amazon, Google and Microsoft all credit growing customer demand for artificial intelligence (AI) services for boosting their respective profit, revenue and market share totals. The downside to this growth, particularly where Google and Microsoft are concerned, is that it appears to be…

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Apple TV gets these 6 features with tvOS 18 beta 3

Following the second beta of tvOS 18, Apple has now released its third testing version to Apple TV users. At the moment, it’s unclear what’s changing from one build to the other. However, we still expect the company to add the new TV and Movies screensavers announced during the WWDC 2024 keynote.Image source: Apple Inc.Starting with…

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SAP public cloud migration requires architectural rethink

While almost three-quarters (74%) of in-progress SAP S/4HANA implementation projects are being deployed on public clouds, analyst Gartner has urged IT leaders to avoid simply mirroring their on-premise setups in the cloud. Gartner’s Top practices for deploying SAP S/4HANA in the public cloud report identifies several benefits of public cloud deployments, including the ability to…

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UK government’s M365 use under scrutiny after Microsoft’s ‘no guarantee of sovereignty’ disclosure

The dominant hold that Microsoft has on government IT is coming under close scrutiny, following the software giant’s disclosure it cannot guarantee the sovereignty of UK policing data hosted within its hyperscale cloud infrastructure. As exclusively revealed by Computer Weekly on 19 June, Microsoft has advised Scottish policing bodies it cannot guarantee that data hosted…

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theOUTlet gives you 4 power outlets without an ugly power strip

I had no idea how excited people out there get about cable management solutions. Seriously, it’s pretty crazy. I recently told BGR readers about an awesome device called the Sleek Socket, and they totally flipped out. As a matter of fact, hundreds of BGR Deals readers swarmed to get their hands on this brilliant device.…

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CMA working paper outlines concerns about Microsoft’s competitive hold on UK cloud market

The interim findings of the Competition and Markets Authority’s (CMA’s) investigation into Microsoft’s cloud software licensing strategy should be a significant cause for concern for the software giant, experts have warned. However, Microsoft maintains its behaviour is having no impact on its nearest competitors, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud. The UK competition watchdog…

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VMware/Broadcom: Prepare for legacy support

Broadcom’s $69bn acquisition of VMware last year follows on from a number of smaller but significant software acquisitions the company has made over the past few years. These all appear to point to the company’s appetite to develop a software business built on acquiring the customers of these businesses. In 2018, Broadcom acquired CA Technologies.…

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Forget Intel and AMD – Nvidia’s next big competitor might be a company you’ve never heard of

In recent years, Nvidia has found a huge amount of success with its pivot to AI, as large language models and GPU-accelerated “premium AI PC” experiences appear to be the hot new thing in 2024. However, newer, smaller companies are vying for its market share, and they are not the ones you may be expecting.…

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