The PwC 2023 Cloud Business Survey identifies successful cloud practices

As organizations continue Moving to the cloudManagement consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers reports that some companies benefit more than others 2023 Cloud Business Survey. The report found that 78% of corporate leaders surveyed by PwC stated that the cloud has been embraced in most or all aspects of their business. However, simply adopting the cloud is not … Read more

The American Association for the Advancement of Science elects 6 faculty members

AUSTIN, TX — Six University of Texas at Austin faculty members have been elected as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest public scientific association. The honor honors important contributions in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—including pioneering research and leadership in a specific field, fostering … Read more

Tech Nation was forced to close after losing funding to Barclays

tech nationThe UK industry body set up in 2014 to support tech entrepreneurs in scaling their businesses has announced it will be forced to close following the UK government’s decision to withdraw crucial funding. the Advertisingposted yesterday afternoon, began as follows: “After a decade as a government-backed organization serving the UK tech ecosystem, we are … Read more

CSH triples its computing power

by Jake W Streamer | Published January 30, 2023 Photo by Jada Jennings sIn 1976, the third floor of Nathaniel Rochester Hall contained a diverse slate of projects and workrooms, all the work of a student community from a wide range of disciplines and experience levels. This is RIT’s Computer Science House (CSH), one of … Read more

Apple and privacy advocates are “extreme”, the head of the IAB

In an unusual keynote at the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s annual leadership meeting in Florida last week, CEO David Cohen called privacy activists, academics, politicians left and right and even Apple “extremists” for criticizing the ad industry and its support for toughening privacy. legislation. “Extremists are winning the battle for hearts and minds in Washington, D.C., … Read more

From the Conservatory to the Qubit (Podcast)

A lucky discovery by the researchers could aid Australian efforts to increase the number of qubits on their microchips. Brent Palinski spoke to Dr Will Gilbert of Deraq about computing with pools of electrons, and his extraordinary career so far. As explained by Dr. Andrei Saraiva On this site last NovemberAustralia has some globally recognized … Read more

How to format a USB drive on Windows 11

Do you want to clean a USB drive or change its file system? It’s easy to format a USB drive on Windows 11, and we’re here to show you how. USB drives allow us to easily transfer files between different devices, be it different computers or – with the advent of USB OTG – even … Read more