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eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: Palo Alto Networks unveils a next-generation SD-WAN that fills some big gaps in current solutions.
eWEEK TOP COMPANIES: How does one secure "data in use"? Think of it as a logical next step beyond conventional solutions, like encrypting data when it is at rest (in storage environments) and in transit (being moved across networks). These companies are the best in the world at this time.
eWEEK PROCESSOR NEWS ANALYSIS: NVIDIA’s massive purchase of Arm for $40 billion-plus will have some profound implications on AI and its rival, Intel.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Billions are being spent on the cloud, and spending is projected to continue to soar over the next several years. This means waste is bound to pile up along the way. Here's how to identify cloud waste and reduce costs right now.
#eWEEKchat PREVIEW: Join us Tuesday, Sept. 8 for our 90th monthly #eWEEKchat, because data security is everybody's concern. We can almost guarantee you'll learn something new that will enlighten you.
eWEEK SECURITY PERSPECTIVE: Attacker arrested fleeing the U.S. after offering an employee $1 million to infect a car maker with ransomware while the FBI listened in.
eWEEK CLOUD SERVICES ANALYSIS: New partnership with Infosys enables Genesys to accelerate its cloud innovation.
eWEEK NEWS: New functionality accelerates data security and privacy processes, including unique count projections that save organizations from overestimating or underestimating size of data breaches.

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eWEEK NETWORKING ANALYSIS: Palo Alto Networks unveils a next-generation SD-WAN that fills some big gaps in current solutions.
eWEEK PROCESSOR NEWS ANALYSIS: NVIDIA’s massive purchase of Arm for $40 billion-plus will have some profound implications on AI and its rival, Intel.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Here are five best practices involving steps DevOps teams are taking to stay ahead of their competition.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: This device is designed for the dedicated Microsoft 365 user who needs something more portable than a laptop and doesn’t want to carry two devices.
eWEEK PROCESSOR ANALYSIS: While Optane can't quite match DRAM in speed, it has the advantage of persistence. That is, it doesn't need electricity to retain its state, and this can be very valuable to an enterprise system.
eWEEK INNOVATION PERSPECTIVE: Confidential computing describes services and solutions that fully protect information across the entire scope of its use in business, from the build process to management functions to data-driven services and functions.
#eWEEKchat PREVIEW: Join us Tuesday, Sept. 8 for our 90th monthly #eWEEKchat, because data security is everybody's concern. We can almost guarantee you'll learn something new that will enlighten you.
eWEEK TREND ANALYSIS: With the acquisition of Highfive, Dialpad is set up to ride the growing video wave.
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America has successfully launched national innovation missions time and again. These missions have delivered life-saving drugs, sparked the computer and internet revolutions, and put humans on the moon. Most recently, the US government has poured billions of dollars into a national innovation campaign to help pharmaceutical companies develop vaccines and therapeutics for covid-19. Yet the…
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International organizations and corporations are racing to develop global guidelines for the ethical use of artificial intelligence. Declarations, manifestos, and recommendations are flooding the internet. But these efforts will be futile if they fail to account for the cultural and regional contexts in which AI operates. AI systems have repeatedly been shown to cause problems…
The news: An international consortium of medical experts has introduced the first official standards for clinical trials that involve artificial intelligence. The move comes at a time when hype around medical AI is at a peak, with inflated and unverified claims about the effectiveness of certain tools threatening to undermine people’s trust in AI overall. …
NASA announced today that it was seeking proposals from private companies interested in collecting samples from the moon and making them available for purchase by the agency.  The news: As part of the new initiative, one or more companies will launch a mission to the moon and collect between 50 and 500 grams of lunar…
Facebook unveiled a new product today called Facebook Campus: “a college-only space designed to help students connect with fellow classmates over shared interests.” Sound familiar? Campus appears to be a throwback to the first days of Facebook, when a person had to have a college email address and attend a select group of universities to…
Russian military hackers responsible for cyberattacks against Democratic targets during the 2016 American election are now targeting over 200 organizations in the United States (including political parties, think tanks, and consultants serving both Democrats and Republicans), according to Microsoft, which is increasingly calling out Russian cyber espionage. In the final weeks before the November 3…