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Data leakage in the cloud – can data truly be safe in the cloud?

As organisations store and process data in the cloud, there are increasing concerns from administrators, data owners and CISOs’ around the possibility of misconfiguration or mishaps that lead to sensitive data being leaked – particularly to public cloud services that fall outside of the intended geographic region. In 2019, Gartner predicted that by 2025, 90%…

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AI’s environmental cost could outweigh sustainability benefits

The potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to help companies measure and optimise their sustainability efforts could be outweighed by the huge environmental impacts of the technology itself. During the AI Summit London, sustainability experts said although the technology can be deployed in a number of ways to help companies become more environmentally sustainable, there must…

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AWS results see public cloud giant tap into surging GenAI demand

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has seen a rebound in its year-over-year revenue growth rate, which the firm is attributing to enterprises completing their post-pandemic cloud cost optimisation efforts. The company’s first quarter results, which cover the three months to 31 March 2024, saw the public cloud giant report a 17% year-on-year uptick in revenue to $25bn,…

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The UK government’s G-Cloud procurement framework: Everything you need to know

The UK government’s G-Cloud purchasing agreement was hailed – from the time of its launch in spring 2012 – as a model for how all government departments would buy their IT. G-Cloud contracts were initially capped at 12 months in length, to give buyers the freedom to switch out their cloud providers regularly for cost…

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The NVIDIA GTC 2024 Keynote Live Blog (Starts at 1:00pm PT/20:00 UTC)

We’re here in sunny San Jose California for the return of an event that’s been a long-time coming: NVIDIA’s in-person GTC. The Spring 2024 event, NVIDIA’s marquee event for the year, promises to be a big one for NVIDIA, as the company is due to deliver updates on its all-important datacenter accelerator products – the…

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IT leaders dial back cloud-first strategies as hybrid IT becomes more of an investment priority

Cloud-first IT strategies seem to be falling out of favour with technology decision-makers and business leaders, suggests data from the TechTarget/ESG 2024 Technology Spending Intentions study. More than 1,400 technology decision-makers and business leaders participated in the study, which aims to shine a light on the IT investment priorities of enterprises around the world over…

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Ultra Ethernet Consortium Grows to 55 Members, Reveals Some Details on Upcoming HPC Backbone Tech

The Ultra Ethernet Consortium (UEC) has announced this week that the next-generation interconnection consortium has grown to 55 members. And as the group works towards developing the initial version of their ultra-fast Ethernet standard, they have released some of the first technical details on the upcoming standard. Formed in the summer of 2023, the UEC aims…

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Micron Sells Out Entire HBM3E Supply for 2024, Most of 2025

Being the first company to ship HBM3E memory has its perks for Micron, as the company has revealed that is has managed to sell out the entire supply of its advanced high-bandwidth memory for 2024, while most of their 2025 production has been allocated, as well. Micron’s HBM3E memory (or how Micron alternatively calls it,…

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Government insists it is acting ‘responsibly’ on military AI

The UK government insists it is already acting “responsibly” in the development of lethal autonomous weapons systems (LAWS) and military artificial intelligence (AI), following a warning from Lords to “proceed with caution”. However, critics say the government is failing to engage with alternative ethical perspectives, and that the response merely confirms its commitment to the…

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Amazon Unveils Graviton4: A 96-Core ARM CPU with 536.7 GBps Memory Bandwidth

Nowadays many cloud service providers design their own silicon, but Amazon Web Services (AWS) started to do this ahead of its rivals and by now its Annapurna Labs subsidiary develop processors that can well compete with those from AMD and Intel. This week AWS introduced its Graviton4 SoC, a 96-core ARM-based chip that promises to…

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