Archive February 2019

28.02.2019 318
5 major security risks in 2019
2019 is well underway and cybersecurity is once again in the minds of experts and organizations. The good news – this is no longer a distant topic, but instead companies are now actively working on im ...
26.02.2019 264
What is a UPS device and why do servers need it?
There are many new internet users who have been exposed to the web either through a mobile phone or a laptop. Inside of those gadgets, there are batteries which are charged through adapters with filte ...
21.02.2019 310
Alternatives to MySQL and why you might want to use them
MySQL has been around for 23 years throughout the duration of which it has become one of the most popular database management systems. Not only is it free, and open-source, but it’s also the backbone ...
19.02.2019 399
Intel’s naming scheme is a madness
Intel is the biggest, and the most popular computer chip maker in the world. You think that with their experience in the market Intel’s team have everything figured out. Products, specifications, and ...
14.02.2019 257
Cloud services continue to record strong growth
The popularity of cloud services continues to rise with every quarter. The latest data from Canalys shows that Q4 of 2018 was characterized with strong gains for the cloud services. Leading the pack a ...
12.02.2019 280
When will Intel’s shortage end?
In the computer chips market there are just 2 names – Intel and AMD. Yes, Qualcomm are trying to succeed in the market. Yet their share is insignificant. So what happens when Intel, the biggest produc ...
07.02.2019 340
What’s memcached and why do you need to use it
Having a properly working website or app can make a big difference in your overall online presence. People will rarely wait for your site or service to load and caching is a vital part of optimizing y ...
05.02.2019 504
So what is a Tensor processing unit (TPU) and why will it be the future of Machine Learning?
So, for sure you know that a CPU is. GPU is probably something that you know too. But have you ever heard of a TPU? TPU stands for a tensor processing unit. Google produces these processors. They are ...