Not to be outdone by ChatGPT, Microsoft Copilot and Google Gemini, Amazon is currently previewing its own AI assistant for AWS, which it calls Amazon Q. Like competing AI assistants, Amazon Q could be described as a cloud-based, large language model (LLM), generative AI assistant.
Veeam Software today announced its new Data Cloud offering, providing its data protection and ransomware recovery platform as a cloud service built on Microsoft's Azure cloud computing platform.
ServiceNow, Hugging Face and NVIDIA today released new open-access large language models (LLMs), the backing technology behind today's wave of generative AI breakthroughs like ChatGPT and all the Copilot AI assistants being used by Microsoft and GitHub.
Microsoft is previewing new AI technology for its cloud sustainability initiative, introducing new data and AI solutions including a Copilot to help guide decision-making and reporting.
Cloud giants competing for AI supremacy traded blows this week with Microsoft announcing a Copilot remake and introducing a new large language model (LLM), while Google changed the name of its flagship AI from Bard to Gemini and introduced an advanced tier based on its latest/greatest model.
Oracle announced the general availability of a new generative AI cloud service along with a beta offering for a related AI Agents service.
Data quality is the No. 1 obstacle to enterprise adoption of generative AI according to a new survey from cloud data management specialist Informatica.
Along with purpose-built technology to combat ransomware, Veeam Software's new Cyber Secure Program also offers up a team of experts to help organizations wield that tech to fight threat actors.
A new testing tool for AWS Backup allows you to create a restore testing plan that you can use for the purposes of validating your backups.
Google famously issued a "code red" upon seemingly being blindsided by the Microsoft/OpenAI AI partnership and resulting "Copilot" onslaught that gave Redmond clear AI supremacy among the cloud giants. The "code red" is apparently bearing fruit based on a barrage of recent AI-related announcements.
Many tech titans including the "Big 3" cloud giants have signed on to a U.S. government initiative to "strengthen and democratize access to critical resources necessary to power responsible AI discovery and innovation."
Ransomware is still plaguing IT -- it's still the No. 1 cause of outages -- but dissatisfied data protection pros seeking new jobs present a new concern, a new survey-based report indicates.
Microsoft announced a new Copilot Pro subscription for its AI-powered assistants that targets individuals, while at the same time expanding its Copilot offerings for organizations.
Brien Posey explains the advantages and potential disadvantages of using DNS over HTTPS.
In fact, among the largest general cloud computing platforms, IBM is the only other player covered in the "IDC MarketScape: Worldwide AI Governance Platforms 2023 Vendor Assessment," with fellow hyperscalers AWS and Google Cloud Platform not included.
Fresh on the heels of Google unveiling Gemini, its "largest and most capable AI model," the company announced the advanced tech is now available on its Vertex AI platform.
The neverending wars among the cloud giants for computing supremacy are now being fought with a new weapon: specialized chips for AI.
New cloud research examines the interaction of advanced AI and the zero-trust cybersecurity approach.
Cloud-native developers on AWS were greeted with a preview of a new generative AI assistant called Amazon Q during the company's ongoing re:Invent conference, adding to the existing CodeWhisperer functionality.