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18 May 2017 Intertwining Artificial Intelligence With Blockchain [63500]
LinuxInsider, May 18th 2017

"Except for those folks living under rocks (sounds uncomfortable), everyone knows about or at least has heard of bitcoin. However, not everyone understands the technology of bitcoin, which extends well beyond Internet-based currency.

For the rock people, bitcoin is an Internet-based currency that allows for transparency with respect to each transfer of the currency through the use of a distributed database. Each transaction is locked in a block, and blocks are connected to form a 'blockchain'..."
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15 May 2017 Dell EMC World 2017 Underscores Company's Unique Position To Capitalize On IT Transformation [63542]
Forbes, May 15th 2017

When Dell put together the mammoth $67 billon dollar acquisition of big iron storage, virtualization and security giant EMC in late 2015, you could see the obvious synergies of the combined tech juggernaut but you also knew the devil was in the details of execution and integration. At last year's Dell EMC World, Chairman and CEO Michael Dell offered a vision of how the company would pull this off but it was obvious the ink was still drying. At this year's Dell EMC World 2017, (now affectionately referred to as DEW), Michael took the stage like the rock star CEO that he is, with Van Halen thumping over the sound system. Last year Dell looked confident in the direction the company was headed, this year at DEW in Las Vegas he looked downright pumped.
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22 Mar 2017 Windstream expands metro fiber network in Little Rock [61830]
Windstream, March 22nd, 2017

Expansion is part of Windstream's multi-city campaign to connect even more data centers & commercial buildings to company's national backbone

Windstream announced a major expansion of its advanced metro fiber network in Little Rock. Windstream's expansion will provide the area's growing business community with world-class fiber and fixed-wireless infrastructure that connects even more local data centers and commercial buildings with Windstream's high-speed, highly available nationwide fiber network.

"Windstream is headquartered in Little Rock, and our company's connection to the city goes back nearly 75 years," said Tony Thomas, chief executive officer for Windstream. "We're proud to make this investment in our hometown to help create a new level of connectivity and network stability for all the businesses here, especially the Downtown, Midtown, West Little Rock, North Little Rock, Northshore Business Park, Airport/Port Authority and Conway areas. It also will allow us to offer our customers an expanded product suite and higher levels of service."
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14 Mar 2017 Technology-Savvy Hospital Outsmarts Cybercriminals With Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform [61613]
Palo Alto Networks, March 14th, 2017

Intelligent Threat Prevention and Cloud-Based Malware Analysis Stop Malicious Attacks From Compromising Medical Devices and Critical Patient Services

Palo Alto Networks, the next-generation security company, announced that Fisher-Titus Medical Center, a non-profit community hospital serving North Central Ohio, has selected the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform to assist in preventing malicious applications from gaining unauthorized control of critical medical devices, and to block cyberthreats from disrupting network services impacting vital patient care.

As a technology-savvy medical center, committed to offering its patients the most advanced technology and medical treatment possible, Fisher-Titus is keenly aware of the need for rock-solid network security. Aging medical devices built on legacy technology are not designed to protect against modern cyberthreats, leaving them vulnerable to cybercriminals.
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12 Mar 2017 Which Linux File System Should You Use? [61222]
How-To Geek, March 1st, 2017

"When formatting partitions on a Linux PC, you'll see a wide variety of file system options. These options don't need to be overwhelming. If you're not sure which Linux file system to use, there's a simple answer," opines Justin Garrison in How-To Geek.

"The Quick Answer: Use Ext4 if You're Not Sure

We'll get into the weeds and run down the difference between the various file systems in a moment, but if you aren't sure: Use Ext4.

Ext4 is the default file system on most Linux distributions for a reason. It's an improved version of the older Ext3 file system. It's not the most cutting-edge file system, but that's good: It means Ext4 is rock-solid and stable..."
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