Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Google Drive for Work gets new IT-friendly features

Graphene is hot, hot, hot | Intel releases the 750 Series SSD, its fastest consumer flash

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Google Drive for Work gets new IT-friendly features
Google's premium cloud-storage service is getting an upgrade that includes new sharing controls for IT, information rights management tools and custom alerts. Read More


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Graphene is hot, hot, hot
The question is becoming what can't graphene do? The material, which is a form of carbon (what's known as an allotrope of carbon), was recently described by the National Physical Laboratory as having many extraordinary properties including superior mechanical stiffness, strength and elasticity, electrical and thermal conductivity while being optically active, chemically inert and impermeable to gases. The possession of all of these properties in a single material makes graphene a potentially disruptive technology in sectors like optoelectronics, flexible electronics, bioelectric devices, energy storage and ultrafiltration, the lab stated. Indeed, take a look at just some of the recent applications being ascribed to the material. Read More

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Advanced Threat Detection, Necessary but not Sufficient
The only thing worse than not detecting an advanced threat is detecting one, and still ending up in the headlines. The headlines continually include stories reporting that an organization detected a threat weeks or months earlier, but due to a poor incident response process, allowed the threat to grow, move laterally, and cause even more damage. Learn More

Intel releases the 750 Series SSD, its fastest consumer flash
Intel today unveiled its first consumer-class solid-state drive (SSD) with a PCI Express 3.0 bus and non-volatile memory express (NVMe) high-speed host controller interface.The new 750 Series SSD's performance tops out with sequential read/write speeds of up to 2,400MBps and 1,200MBps, respectively.Unlike previous Intel consumer flash products that used a serial-ATA (SATA) computer bus interface, the new SSDs will be directly attached to a motherboard via NVMe or through PCIe interconnect. Intel The 750 Series SSD in a 2.5-in (15mm z-height) form factor.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


The Customer-Centric Supply Chain
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