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AI in a flash

According to a new survey from Scality, a massive majority (90%) of British, French and German IT decision makers reckon flash-based object storage is going to be the tool of choice helping to fuel artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), big data

A lost cause

Quite literally. Apparently, staff in Parliament have lost almost 100 devices over the course of the last two years. Laptops and tablets containing confidential data have been “misplaced” on trains, busses, taxis, hotels and not unsurprisingly, the pub.

5G

5G: Are we a country of secret cynics?

If you’ve been reading my newsletters for any length of time, you will probably have an inkling by now, I’m pretty cynical at the best of times. But online data has shown, that when it comes to the rollout of 5G, as

tech

The church of tech?

Many tech companies have been touted for leading the way with their sustainability measures and green credentials, yet tech billionaires have carbon footprints thousands of times higher than the average person. The wealthy own yachts, planes and multiple mansions, all of which

Welcome to the new Data Centre Review

It’s a new year and we can’t be more excited to share with you the new Data Centre Review, something that has been more than a year in the making.

What is wrong with people?

In this week’s newsletter editorial we explore the start of the Covid-19 vaccination programme and the cyberattacks targeting it.

How much?!

If you need any evidence that the cloud is big business, look no further than Salesforce’s acquisition of Slack earlier this week. Salesforce has always been prepared to throw money around to grow its position, but no one could have imagined that

Much to do about misinformation

Joe Biden has been duly elected as the 46th president of the United States by the American people, and yet, despite there being no evidence of any suspicious activity, the Trump campaign continues to spread falsehoods, undermining American democracy.

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