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The Big Changes That Microsoft Has Planned for Windows Server 2022

The Big Changes That Microsoft Has Planned for Windows Server 2022

Microsoft releases a Long Term Servicing Channel, also known as a TLSC, every few years. We’ll soon see the release of Windows Server 2022, which typically signalizes a huge leap.

It should be available by the end of this year, and it combines Windows Container improvements that early adopters have been getting in the Semi-Annual Channels (SAC) with security improvements all-throughout. These included secured-code from the Windows client itself, alongside the low-level developments in terms of networking.

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With Latest PowerEdge Servers Dell Technologies Powers AI Edge Computing

With Latest PowerEdge Servers Dell Technologies Powers AI Edge Computing

When we discuss tech such as AI (artificial intelligence), as well as edge computing, we can come to the conclusion that it is becoming a lot more mainstream. This is due to the fact that organizations want to realize their fullest potential by enabling business transformation.

Dell is boosting its Intel EMC PowerEdge portfolio through next-generation servers.

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The Microsoft Exchange Server Situation and Brian Krebs

The Microsoft Exchange Server Situation and Brian Krebs

Brian Krebs is an independent investigative journalist that covers cybercrime, security, and privacy, and was a Washington Post Reporter between 1995 to 2009.

Krebs commented the following: “The motivations of the cybercriminals behind the KrebsOnSecurity dot top domain are unclear, but the domain itself has a recent association with other cybercrime activity.”

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Intel Veteran Uri Frank Hired by Google Cloud to Design Server Chips

Intel Veteran Uri Frank Hired by Google Cloud to Design Server Chips

Google Cloud has hired the Intel Engineering veteran Uri Frank. His mission? To lead the new server chip design efforts within the company. This is all a part of the cloud service provider’s investment in custom silicon.

The Cloud vendor announced that it was doubling down on custom chips as they’re the best way to boost performance as well as the efficiency of its servers.

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