• Future state of Windows Server | Windows Server Summit 2019
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    Future state of Windows Server | Windows Server Summit 2019

    >>Welcome everyone, my name is Jeff Woolsey, Principal Program Manager for Azure Stack HCI in Windows Server, and I’m joined today by.>>Vijay Kumar, I’m the Director of Product Marketing for Windows Server and I lead the Windows Server business. It’s great to be here. Let’s start by giving you an idea of what we have coming up today, we have an exciting morning ahead. We have things to talk about the product updates, we will talk to the experts, we will show you exciting demos, share customer stories, and we also have some contests and Q&A to mix it up. But first, over the last few months, we made some…

  • 25 ways to innovate with hyperconverged infrastructure | Windows Server Summit 2019
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    25 ways to innovate with hyperconverged infrastructure | Windows Server Summit 2019

    >>Hi, I’m Cosmos from the Core OS storage team. Let’s talk about hyperconverged infrastructure. HCI is rapidly becoming the way that organizations modernize on-premises infrastructure. By consolidating from proprietary dedicated storage arrays and network appliances to simply industry standards servers that bring their own software-defined storage and networking, organizations around the world are lowering costs, increasing performance, and simplifying their operations. In fact, according to research by the Enterprise Strategy Group, 54 percent of organizations with a matured datacenter modernization strategy, expect that deploying hyperconverged infrastructure will be among their most significant IT projects for the next 12 to 18 months. That’s not just aspirational talk, it’s already happening. According…

  • #WhatTheTech 29 – Hyve’s Technology News of the Week with Sam Cooper
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    #WhatTheTech 29 – Hyve’s Technology News of the Week with Sam Cooper

    Welcome to What The Tech, Hyve’s look at hand-picked technology news stories from the week. In the news this week: It’s Game, Set and Match for Big Data, as it’s helping tennis professionals train and play. With the use of specific platforms, coaches and players have access to analytics and tools so that they can view performance, strengths and weaknesses of opponents. Stolen user accounts for new streaming service, Disney Plus, have already appeared on the Dark Web, just hours after launch. Core reasons behind these credential thefts, are due to a lack of secure multi-factor authentication and users having weak or short passwords. Maybe it’s best to stick with…

  • Map of Computer Science
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    Map of Computer Science

    We built computers to expand our brains. Originally scientists build computers to solve arithmetic, but they turned out to be incredibly useful for many other things as well: running the entire internet, lifelike graphics, artificial brains or simulating the Universe, but amazingly all of it boils down to just flipping zeros and ones. Computers have become smaller and more powerful at an incredible rate. There is more computing power in your cell phone then there was in the entire world in the mid 60s. And the entire Apollo moon landing could have been run on a couple of Nintendos. Computer science is the subject that studies what computers can do.…

  • Insights | What’s new in high performance computing? | Jan 2016
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    Insights | What’s new in high performance computing? | Jan 2016

    So what’s new with high performance computing. The interesting thing for me at the moment with high performance computing, is the merging of data and data analytics in to a high performance computing platform. So for over 40 years we have been focussing on compute intensive pieces of work and recently we have been able to add things like Hadoop and Spark which is able to process unstructured data. Within the Open Powered Platform and also with some of the work that is going on with Intel, we are starting to see the merging of compute intensive and data intensive applications on the same platform. Which will create a whole…

  • UNC Charlotte’s College of Computing and Informatics: 20 Years of Cybersecurity
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    UNC Charlotte’s College of Computing and Informatics: 20 Years of Cybersecurity

    20 years ago CCI UNC Charlotte’s College of Computing and informatics was established, separate from engineering and mathematics. With foresight and an enduring commitment to innovation, Information Security became one of CCI’s earliest academic concentrations, at a time long before Cybersecurity entered the public lexicon. From its humble birth in a small classroom at the Mint Museum of Craft and Design, CCI’s cybersecurity program has grown into one of the university’s most influential academic concentrations, and the Cybersecurity Symposium has become one of the industry’s most important annual events. It is with great pride that we celebrate the 20th anniversary of both the cybersecurity program and the Cybersecurity Symposium. 20…

  • Modern Computing: Cloud, Distributed, & High Performance
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    Modern Computing: Cloud, Distributed, & High Performance

    OK, everyone. Good morning. This is Jack Van Horn from the University of Southern California and the BD2K Training Coordinating Center, and I’d like to welcome you all to our next installment of The Big Data to Knowledge, BD2K, Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science. This is our section three on computing and computing technologies. And I am very, very pleased to introduce Umit Catalyurek who’s Professor and Associate Chair at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a professor in the School of Computational Science and Engineering there at Georgia Tech. He received his PhD in 2000 from Bilkent University, and he is the recipient of a NSF…

  • The Next Step in Intelligent Computing
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    The Next Step in Intelligent Computing

    Computers learn differently than humans. As a result machine and deep learning bring new approaches an insight to how we solve everyday problems. In machine learning, a system looks at large datasets. Then creates models to explain what it sees. It can learn and evolve as it’s exposed to new and ever-changing data. Deep learning is a flavor of machine learning; inspired by the human brain. Deep learning uses many layers of communicating networks that tune themselves based on data. As a result deep learning can be applied to do things similar to human brains often much larger scale and more quickly. An example is identifying objects from limited clues,…

  • Edge computing : l’essentiel en 6 minutes
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    Edge computing : l’essentiel en 6 minutes

    Bonjour à tous! Je suis content de vous retrouver pour cette nouvelle vidéo et aujourd’hui je vais vous parler de Edge computing Quels sont les grands principes du Edge computing ? Quel est son intérêt ? Quelle différence avec le cloud computing ? Bref l’essentiel à savoir sur le sujet pour briller à la machine à café c’est dans cette vidéo! Avant de commencer cette vidéo, sachez que celle ci est réalisé en collaboration avec Metanex Donc merci Metanex Et en quelques mots, Metanext accompagne ses clients dans leur transformation numérique avec du conseil et des solutions en infrastructures IT de nouvelle génération Je vous mets le site web de…

  • Cloud computing for Higher Education (Google Cloud Next ’17)
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    Cloud computing for Higher Education (Google Cloud Next ’17)

    BRAM BOUT: All right, good afternoon, everybody. My name is Bram Bout, a leader at Google for Education team. And I’d like to talk to you today a bit more about what we’re doing in higher education, for higher education, with higher education to create more Brittanys, and more amazing projects like the one you just saw up there. We are going to talk a little bit about the cloud for universities– what it means, what it can do for you. Then do a deeper dive into genomics, one area in particular where we’ve seen tremendous use and power of the cloud in higher education research. We’ll do a few…