Gone are the days when applications were installed locally, had a handful of users at any one time, and only focused on basic data entry and retrieval. Modern applications live in the cloud and access and generate large amounts of data. This data needs to be aggregated, summarized and processed – and presented to the user in a way that is understandable, interactive, and served up in real-time. From the user perspective, a positive experience depends on data being highly available, consistent and secure – without compromising performance. To meet these needs, modern, data-intensive applications need a modern data infrastructure
There was a time many moons ago when almost all personal computers were all-in-one designs. This configuration resulted from there being few common standards for connecting displays or even agreed on connectors.
When those standards evolved, computers became more flexible regarding monitors, though some designs, like the Apple iMac, embraced this single package concept afresh.
The MSI Modern AM271P 11M is the latest incarnation of the all-in-one model that has the advantage that the owner needs only to plug the power, a mouse and keyboard, to be almost ready to work.
Historically, many of these form factors has come with
The president’s recent government buy on strengthening the nation’s cybersecurity highlights the protection threats experiencing our state — and it couldn’t be far more timely.
Ransomware has been an ever-existing menace to hospitals, economical institutions, and U.S. infrastructure. The Colonial Pipeline hack pressured a shutdown of the U.S.’s most significant fuel pipeline, main to unexpected emergency declarations in 17 states amidst gas shortages and price hikes. The White House’s new cybersecurity government order outlines the essential actions demanded to greater defend versus and avert identical threats in the foreseeable future.
The order states that “protecting our nation from malicious cyber