Shared computing insights

10.09.2019 106
Neuralink – Elon Musk’s plan to put chips in our heads
We have already talked about IA (Intelligence Amplification) and it looks like it is almost here. Not long ago the well-known Elon Musk talked about one of his companies – Neuralink. He is planning to ...
05.09.2019 112
The leading cloud security concerns in 2019
As cloud usage continues to rise and a lot more companies rely on it for a variety of services and goals, one thing remains a constant. The debate about security. Companies have started realizing that ...
03.09.2019 122
CPU overclocking. Is it dangerous?
Do you know that you can “magically” increase the performance of your CPU? You can squeeze out more power from exactly the same chip with some setting adjustments. Do you want to know how? CPU Overclo ...
29.08.2019 140
5 tips to improve the security of your data in the cloud
Generally, cloud services are very secure. Cloudware’s service, for example, offers world-class secured data centers along with features like DDoS protection and more. Despite that, there are extra st ...
27.08.2019 129
How to migrate to the cloud? What should we know before doing it?
Many business owners face the challenges of growing companies. There are ever-increasing costs for hosting data and expanding on your own can be quite difficult. How to keep up? It is time to migrate ...
22.08.2019 154
5 tips to improve the security of your website
Sadly, we live in an age where security really is a very fragile and temporary thing. Especially on the Internet. Today’s mindset of most tech companies is “when rather than if” when it comes to being ...
20.08.2019 129
Intel Aurora. The next best supercomputer?
The global competition to create the best supercomputer in the “exa” performance verge or even beyond it, has a new contestant: Intel’s Aurora. The $500 million system is a U.S. Project led by Intel C ...
15.08.2019 127
What is Tech Detox and is it worth it?
On average people spend more than 3 hours a day looking at the screens of their smartphones, says Rescue Time. And millions and millions of people spend their work hours staring at computer monitors. ...
13.08.2019 160
Shrinking die size of CPUs. What do 7nm, 10nm, and 14nm mean?
The current generation of CPUs is incredibly small. We are talking about 10nm (nm – nanometer) and even 7nm technology on them! For your reference, a human hair is just 0.06 mm thick or in nanometers ...