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The IEEE Computer Society Global Chapter Summit brings together members from across the globe to engage with industry and academia, share insight, and encourage each other.
On March 24, 2020, Ilias Kotsireas, Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University and Director of the Computer Algebra Research Group of Wilfrid Laurier (CARGO), brought together 84 members from around the world to discuss Big Data and Combinatorics in an online webinar. Kotsireas’s presentation, provided an introduction to the subject of…
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning can offer real help against COVID-19. Neosperience created a team of experts working with our technologies to develop screening algorithms that support the health system. With the hashtag #defeatcovid19, Neosperience launched the initiative and community defeatcovid19.org to onboard all organizations and experts in Artificial Intelligence.…
In view of the COVID-19-driven disruptive forces in the global IT hardware supply chain, Procurri LLC, a leading global independent provider of IT hardware and equipment Lifecycle Services and Data Center Equipment, announces a reaffirmation of the Procurri Group’s (the “Group”) ongoing mission to help companies access data center equipment…
Mesa Natural Gas Solutions (Mesa) is helping power computing modules by donating natural gas generators to assist in the urgent search for a cure to the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19. The computing modules are owned and managed by Crusoe Energy Systems, and will represent a part of its Digital Flare…
The White House has announced the launch of the COVID-19 High-Performance Computing Consortium to provide COVID-19 researchers worldwide with access to the world’s most powerful high-performance computing resources, which could significantly advance the pace of scientific discovery in the fight to stop the virus. “America is coming together to fight…
By Leila De Floriani, President, IEEE Computer Society
Dear IEEE Computer Society Members, Last week the World Health Organization officially declared the novel coronavirus COVID-19 a pandemic. This global health crisis is a daunting challenge that has impacted all members of our community. We would like to express our deep concern and offer our encouragement for all who…
By Kayla Matthews
The security of personal information is a constant concern in today’s society. People give their details freely and willingly in the digital realm, whether they order products online or sign up to receive daily updates from news sites. However, many are increasingly wary about their precious information falling into the…
By Anna Johansson
Managing IT projects can be stressful, time consuming, and confusing. Not only will you have to make on-the-fly determinations of priority and execution, but you’ll also have to stay within the parameters of a tight budget, and still make a final deadline. Whether you’re installing new software on company devices,…
By Andrej Kovačević
Ever since the internet took off in the late 1990s and found its way into almost every home and business on Earth, the world of software development has revolved around it. It has moved what used to be desktop-only applications into the cloud. It has enabled developers to push security…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
Breakthrough design, genuinely disruptive Silicon Graphics had been a leader and highly respected workstation developer that rose to fame and fortune based on its introduction of a VLSI geometry processor in 1981. In the ensuing years, it developed leading graphics technologies at the high end. A high-end super high-performance workstation…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
Following Moore’s law, integrated graphics have become quite powerful and popular Integrated graphics have been with us since 1991 in the workstation space, and since 1995 in the PC, and earlier than that in workstations. They have now found their way into smartphones, tablets, automobiles, and game consoles. Integrated graphics…
By Anna Johansson
DevOps has been a popular development strategy for a few years now, but organizations are beginning to make the transition to incorporate better security practices. Strategies like SecOps and DevSecOps are redefining how organizations think about (and implement) security, and that’s largely a good thing; security is more important than…
By Larry Alton
Website builders and other supportive services claim that anyone can start a website in 2020, and with minimal time, money, and effort. But is this really the case? To a total outsider, the concept of building a website still seems intimidatingly complex, and to someone who’s built small-scale websites in…
By Gaurav Sharma
You've likely heard the terms "Big Data" and "Cloud Computing" before. If you're involved with cloud application development, you may even have experience with them. The two go hand-in-hand, with many public cloud services performing big data analytics.
By Gaurav Belani
Now, as you probably know, artificial intelligence (AI) is making great strides in recent years, with positive influences in various industries such as healthcare, hospitality, automotive, and even online usability (UX). To illustrate the latter, here’s how AI can improve a website’s usability.
By James Riddle
If you own a company, you might have faced the struggle of choosing the correct tools. After reading this article, you will be familiar with the six best cloud storage for business.  Two of them will fit the needs of small companies. Two will be best for middle-sized businesses. And…
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By Kayla Matthews
The world of business is continually evolving. Digital transformation and automation have led many companies to reconfigure how they operate to meet increasing needs both internally and externally. In business, those who fail to adapt to changes in the market will get left behind as others meet the ever-changing needs…
We asked David Stubenvoll of Wowza for his insights on how the multimedia landscape is changing and how computer science graduates can get in on the bonanza.
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