Threat actors are likely to increasingly leverage generative AI for their illegal exploits, a new report indicates, but so far have been relatively quiet on that front.
Paul's review: Entra Internet Access makes a lot of sense, while Entra Private Access is an interesting evolution of the existing App Proxy and could be a no-brainer for SMBs with on-premises resources.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
In the age of ransomware, John O'Neill Sr. has become a CyberInsurance expert who guides clients through the intricacies of protecting infrastructure and dealing with insurance companies.
As many studies decry the notion of AI eliminating professions and instead point to net positive workforce results from using AI in the enterprise, a management consultancy details how organizations can change hiring practices to thrive in the new world order.
Here's how organizations build scaling groups to create and delete instances in response to a workload's demands.
Tom continues to investigate how various OSes running the Horizon client react when network conditions are less than ideal, for example, when networks drop packets, have limited bandwidth and/or experience latency issues.
Veeam and Rubrik are leading the "leaders" in a new report on enterprise backup and recovery published by research firm Gartner.
Maybe Google didn't like Microsoft using AI to challenge its search supremacy, as the company introduced a browser-based, cloud-hosted development environment that could rival offerings like Visual Studio Code for the Web.
Tom tries operating systems not on VMware's guest OS compatibility list, finding some work to varying degrees, some not at all.
The move from the Chinese company comes shortly after U.S.-based Meta (known for Facebook) made big AI news by <a href="https://virtualizationreview.com/articles/2023/07/24/llama-2-sites.aspx" target="_blank">open sourcing its Llama 2 LLM</a>.
Tom Fenton investigates performance differences between virtual and physical machines.
One trait: high performers are more than five times more likely than others to say they spend more than 20 percent of their digital budgets on AI.
Tom Fenton pops off the bottom of the device to look at its innards, powers it up and runs some benchmarks.
"I believe it will transform every application, industry and business."
With an i7-1360P processor, 16 GB of RAM and a 512 NVMe device for storage, it should handle the most demanding home and office workloads.
Perennial No. 2 cloud giant Microsoft has lately been cozying up to Meta (of Facebook fame) in important tech areas like generative AI.
Vegas veteran Tom Fenton has the inside scoop on cool and fun non-techy things to do between VMware Explore 2023 sessions.
Open source projects often require downloading bits and jumping through hoops to work with them in a UI, so online options provide quick-hit tryouts.
Content helps Spring developers build microservices, web apps, serverless, event-driven, reactive and cloud workloads.
After earlier choosing his top hybrid-workforce-themed (Horizon) sessions earlier, Tom turns to general sessions covering NVMeoF, Kubernetes, NUMA and more.