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27 Mar 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [61651]
Vol 229 Issues 1, 2 and 3; Vol 228 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 227 Issue 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Darpa's Latest Idea Could Put Today's Turing-Era Computers At Risk
  • Has The Holy Grail Of Batteries Finally Arrived?
  • Everything You Wanted To Know About Google Data Centers
  • IoT Edge Computing Presents Next Big Challenge For Cloud
  • Towards A Lip-Reading Computer
  • Desktop Linux The Best It'S Ever Been-And Keeps Getting Better
  • 5 Habits Of Highly Successful CTOs
  • Augmented And Virtual Reality To See Aggressive Growth By 2021
  • Execs: Companies Too Slow To Adopt Emerging Tech
  • Raspberry Pi Becomes Third Best-Selling General Purpose Computer Of All Time

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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26 Mar 2017 4 Simple Steps To Keep Web-Based Email Secure [61673]
ComputerWorld, March 17th, 2017

"A few simple steps, including the use of multi-factor or two-step verification, can help keep your web-based email secure from prying eyes," suggests Michael Connell in ComputerWorld.

"It wasn't all that long ago that the use of web-based email or 'webmail' was viewed as unprofessional and something that most people used only because it was free and convenient.

Submitting a resume with a Hotmail email address may well have raised some eyebrows. Microsoft has rebranded Hotmail as Outlook, and by virtue of the name change alone gave what is essentially the same webmail service added gravitas. Gmail never had the stigma of a Hotmail (or worse, AOL) email account, but as Google popularized cloud-based productivity suites it too gained greater acceptability as an appropriate email address for business use..."
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26 Mar 2017 10 Ways Google Improved Its Cloud At NEXT [61674]
Network World, March 14th, 2017

"Google is putting pressure on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure in the public IaaS cloud market," reports Brandon Butler in Network World.

"Google cloud is seen by analysts as an up and comer. Company executives will even admit that the past few years Google has not had everything it needs to compete for enterprise customers in the IaaS public cloud market against Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and even IBM.

But they will also tell you that Google is ready now..."
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26 Mar 2017 Towards A Lip-Reading Computer [61665]
BBC, March 17th, 2017

"Scientists at Oxford say they've invented an artificial intelligence system that can lip-read better than humans," writes Rory Cellan-Jones in BBC. "The system, which has been trained on thousands of hours of BBC News programmes, has been developed in collaboration with Google's DeepMind AI division.

"Watch, Attend and Spell", as the system has been called, can now watch silent speech and get about 50% of the words correct. That may not sound too impressive - but when the researchers supplied the same clips to professional lip-readers, they got only 12% of words right..."
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24 Mar 2017 Friday Spotlight: Manual Installation and Launch of the SGD client [61835]
By Jan

Jan blogs, "Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) users running certain browsers (Mozilla Firefox 52.0 or later as well as Google Chrome) may report an inability to successfully connect to Secure Global Desktop. An alternative method is provided to mitigate impact to SGD users by manually starting the native SGD client (tcc on Windows, ttatcc on Linux, Solaris and OS X for example). Simply download the client for the appropriate OS from the server you want to connect to, install and launch the client..."
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