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DAILY VIDEO: Linux 4.15 released with improved meltdown, Spectre patches; Millennials likely to use biometrics for authentication, IBM finds; Microsoft updates Windows to counter Intel's buggy Spectre patch; and there’s more.
The Nvidia V100 GPU is the fastest graphics processing unit to date, and when combined with the IBM Cloud, it is designed to enable enterprises, data scientists and researchers to do more work in less time.
The deal will bring together the technologies from two of the largest vendors in the Kubernetes container orchestration ecosystem as demand in multi-cloud technologies continues to grow.
The update to Microsoft’s collaboration tool minimizes the need to leave the Teams interface and unifies the search and command experiences.
Security and enterprise systems provider Okta’s “Businesses @ Work Report” lists the 10 most popular enterprise applications. However Okta includes major applications and cloud platforms in its report.
CPU security issues required the longest Linux kernel development cycle since 2011, as Linus Torvalds releases Linux 4.15 on Jan. 28
Quiet Hours, an attention-honing feature, will get a new name and expanded functionality in the next big Windows 10 update.
The next big update to Microsoft's cross-platform tool will contain a dash of AI-enabled helper technologies and IoT device support.
The new Windows Desktop Application Program uses data analytics to help developers find and solve issues that may be dragging down their software’s performance.
Office 365's number of users has jumped during the past year as it continues to pull away from the others on the list; Jamf is indicative of Apple's move into the workplace.
Downloads of base Windows Server Core containers are 30 percent smaller than before in preview build 17079.
OneNote and Teams gain new features and integrations, allowing teachers to better tailor their learning environments to their needs.