Category Archives: Computing

Nordic healthcare services provider outsources IT infrastructure

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Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly Denmark-based healthcare services provider Falck has outsourced its IT infrastructure to HCL as part of its technology-enabled business transformation. HCL will bring together Falck’s IT services into a single global IT infrastructure service to simplify and standardise what is currently made up of disparate datacentres, networks and operating systems around […]

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First look: Office 2019’s likeliest new features

It’s getting close to time for the next major revision of the non-subscription version of Office, Office 2019, expected to be launched in the second half of this year. Microsoft calls this the “perpetual” version of Office because you pay a one-time fee for it and own it forever, and it doesn’t get upgrades until […]

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Best Camera Phone 2018: What's the Best Smartphone for Photo & Video?

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Flagship phones have got to the point where raw performance doesn’t really need to get much better, and so they are differentiated by their design, battery life, unique features and photography capabilities. We’re focusing on the latter here, given that for many people a smartphone now replaces a physical camera. Our aim: to discover what is the very best […]

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Qualcomm: We're not withdrawing from ARM server chip development

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Cristiano Amon joined Qualcomm in 1995 as an engineer Qualcomm president Cristiano Amon has scotched rumours that it is planning to withdraw from ARM server-chip development.  “We are not looking at strategic options. We are not selling. We are still focused on it,” Amon told Reuters in a bid to put the rumours to bed.  However, […]

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Intel's Raja Koduri reveals plan to take on Nvidia and AMD in GPUs with 2020 launch

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Intel’s intent to move into GPUs was clearly signalled with its November 2017 hire of Raja Koduri Intel has confirmed plans to take on AMD and Nvidia in discrete graphics cards with the launch of its first GPU planned for 2020.  Raja Koduri, Intel’s chief architect and general manager, who headed… Source link Share this:

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Case study: Mercedes F1 team makes gains with Pure Storage all-flash

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In the space of two years, Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula 1 has transformed the core of its IT systems to all-flash storage, in a move that has improved performance and simplified its infrastructure. According to IT director Matt Harris, the team started to replace its legacy storage systems with Pure all-flash at the beginning of 2016. The move allowed performance […]

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Snapchat will let you unsend messages, but there's a catch

Snapchat users can rejoice as the app will allow you to unsend a message, avoiding those awkward moments when you make a faux pas you immediately regret. It’s a new feature called Clear Chats. The feature will arrive in an upcoming update that will arrive in the next few weeks, according to TechCrunch. Once the […]

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Bethesda has plans to stop abuse in Fallout 76

Fallout 76 has got to be one of the most talked-about games at E3 2018, namely because it was revealed (complete with gameplay) and has a 2018 release date, meaning we can really get excited about the upcoming open-world MMO. But, being an online-only game, Fallout 76’s inhabitants are open to griefers. For those unaware, […]

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Are you affected by Dixons / Carphone data breach? What to do next

Dixons / Carphone, the company behind Currys PC World, is investigating a hacking attempt which involved almost six million credit and debit cards, plus over a million customer data records. The breach – according to the firm – was discovered only last week, but the hack itself began in July 2017. Dixons Carphone says that […]

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US Oak Ridge National Lab unveils world's most powerful supercomputer

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Summit supercomputer, made by IBM – bigger than your average computer The US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has unveiled Summit, a supercomputer that it claims is the world’s most powerful, displacing China’s Sunway TaihuLight supercomputer from top… Source link Share this:

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