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AI Coming for Your Job? Already Happening, ChatGPT Report Says

48 percent of surveyed companies using ChatGPT say it has replaced workers.

Eclipse Foundation Charts Rise of IoT/Edge Deployments, Lists Recommendations

Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing deployments are on the rise across the board, says a new report from the Eclipse Foundation, which listed vendor-neutral recommendations for organizations getting in on the action.

Hands On with Windows 365 Business Edition

"If you have a business that has seasonal spikes, DaaS makes a lot of sense."

Report: Job Seekers Highly Rate ChatGPT-Generated Cover Letters, Resumes

Most landed interviews, reporting high-quality work requiring some editing.

What is Windows 365 and Is It Right for Your Business?

Tom Fenton takes a look at Microsoft's Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS), which provides desktops that run in the cloud and which are managed and administrated by the cloud provider.

Amid Ransomware Deluge, Veeam Debuts New Data Platform

Citing protection against ransomware, Veeam Software unveiled a new data platform that builds upon its flagship Backup & Replication offering.

A Cool Inovato Quadra

Tom adds a DIY fan to cool the small-format Linux computer for students, hobbyist and anyone else interested in learning about the fundamentals of computing.

App Security Report Examines 'Fragility of Open Source'

"Open source may be extremely fragile, so proceed with caution."

Automating Routine Tasks in Linux

"It is certainly a tool that every system administrator should be aware of and use to automate mundane routine tasks such as backups and taking applications offline."

Let the AI Search Wars Begin: Bing vs. Bard

Following the success of GitHub Copilot for software development and ChatGPT for sentient-sounding chatbots, Microsoft announced a new "copilot for the web" experience for its Bing search engine within a day of Google unveiling a similar project, Bard.

Ransomware Hits Unpatched VMware Systems: 'Send Money Within 3 Days'

Users who neglected to install security patches issued by VMware two years ago are now being hit by a big ransomware attack wave.

Zuck Talks Generative AI, Metaverse in Meta Earnings Call

"The two major technological waves driving our roadmap are AI today, and over the longer term, the metaverse."

Running Apps in Docker, Part 4: Deploy Different App Versions with Docker Compose

Tom explains that most multi-tiered apps are dynamic and deployed in multiple locations so their components also will need to be updated.

Survey Shows Zero Trust Confusion

"Zero Trust is a main security priority for most organizations, but comprehensive understanding and adoption of the Forrester-founded framework remains inconsistent," One Identity says.

Hands on with VMware Horizon Version 2111 (aka 8.4), Part 2: Usage

After previously showing how to install the new offering, Tom puts it through its paces and shares his thoughts.

Survey Indicates 'Hybrid Cloud Is the Future,' NetApp Says

NetApp says a small survey of organizations using its software indicates hybrid cloud is the future of enterprise IT.

Hands on with VMware Horizon Version 2111 (aka 8.4), Part 1: Installation

After previously providing an overview of the new features included with Horizon 2111, released last month, Tom takes a deeper dive.

Upgrading Windows Server 2012 EC2 Instances, Part 3: Finishing Up

After initial planning and then doing an in-place upgrade of the Windows Server OS as it relates to AWS EC2, Brien finishes the upgrade to Windows Server 2019.

AWS Outage Stirs Cloud-Tech Backlash

As "Big Tech" comes under increasing scrutiny by lawmakers, yesterday's AWS outage sparked a backlash about the dangers of cloud computing.

Upgrading Windows Server 2012 EC2 Instances, Part 2: In-Place Upgrade

After earlier detailing needed planning, Brien goes to the next step: an in-place upgrade of the Windows Server OS as it relates to AWS EC2.

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