iMyFone LockWiper Crack With Serial Key 2020

iMyFone LockWiper Crack With License Key 2020

Helps you bypass the iPhone passcode in case you forgot it and the device became unusable or you have to wait for a long time before attempting to unlock it again

Flvto Youtube Downloader Crack + Activator Download 2020

Flvto Youtube Downloader Crack With Activator Latest

With this simple and intuitive application, you can swiftly download all your favorite online videos to your computer, in just a couple of moves

Voicemod Crack + Serial Key Updated

Voicemod Crack Plus Serial Number

Real-time voice changer that works with any application and comes equipped with an extensive collection of voices and ambient effects

iVCam Crack With Serial Number Latest 2020

iVCam Crack + License Key

Use your iPhone or iPad as a wireless webcam and take full advantage of the powerful cameras these mobile devices are equipped with

Dolby Access Crack + Activator

Dolby Access Crack With Keygen

Take advantage of stunning sound quality and realism in your multimedia experiences, with sound that surrounds you with the help of this app that gives you a free trial of Dolby Atmos.


IT News

Jul 15
Christian Klein, sole CEO since April, emphasized sustainability and an ambition to provide more industry-specific solutions at its flagship virtual event.
Jul 14
Every month we see the same pattern: Microsoft releases a ton of patches, some of them go kablooey, the Chicken Littles cry that you need patch everything right now -- and there are no immediate security problems. Break the habit....
Jul 8
Google's Chrome in June joined the ranks of Netscape Navigator and Microsoft's Internet Explorer, both of which once dominated the browser landscape.
Jul 7
Uncertainties around possible new shutdowns as infections rebound have made CIOs more pessimistic about IT hiring. And forget about raises.
Jul 6
The latest standard for JavaScript, ECMAScript 2020 introduces new features for module loading, precision integers, and strings
Jun 19
When it comes to how Microsoft updates Windows 10 each spring and fall, this year is looking a lot like 2019.
Jun 19
Cisco has added features to is flagship network control platform, DNA Center, that introduce new analytics and problem-solving capabilities for enterprise network customers.


Microsoft shows off hybrid cloud management and cloud analytics tools at Ignite

Microsoft's Ignite event traditionally attracts more from the developer ranks, but the technologies on display are increasingly of relevance to CIOs developing cloud strategies today.

At Ignite 2019 in Orlando last week, Microsoft unveiled a new approach to analytics and data warehousing, Azure Synapse Analytics, and a new way to run Azure data services in anyone's cloud, Azure Arc. It also talked up a new quantum-computing-as-a-service offering, and showcased some AI technologies that will soon make their way into the company's cloud services.

Scaling up

With Azure Synapse Analytics Microsoft takes its Azure SQL Data Warehouse and turns up the volume to handle petabytes of data in its cloud. Some of the features - such as dynamic data masking and column- and row-level security to provide granular access control - are already generally available, while others - notably integrations with Apache Spark, Power BI and Azure Machine Learning - are still in preview. Other capabilities include streaming data ingestion and streaming analytics directly in the data warehouse, and a unified workspace for data prep and management. One of the first companies to use it is Unilever.

Whereas Azure Synapse is about helping enterprises get all their data in one place, Azure Arc is about helping them spread it around, using a common interface to manage tasks running in the Azure cloud and workloads hosted on premises or in other cloud environments. Microsoft says Azure Arc extends existing management capabilities such as Azure Resource Manager, Azure Cloud Shell or Azure Policy to Linux and Windows servers and Kubernetes clusters running on any infrastructure, whether on premises or in other vendors' clouds.

Initially, it's showing how to run Azure SQL Database and Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale on any Kubernetes cluster or on Azure Kubernetes Service, the idea being that it's easy for CIOs to spin up additional computing capacity in the cloud when on-premises resources run out.

For now, the service is in preview: businesses can try it out for free, with no guarantees.

Quantum solace

Azure Quantum was perhaps the most out-there announcement of the week: Microsoft has joined IBM in offering to run quantum computing apps in the cloud, albeit on an experimental rather than commercial basis.

In theory, quantum computing offers an algorithmic shortcut to solving many of the most time-consuming optimization problems - breaking many encryption systems wide open into the bargain. In practice, today's quantum computers lack power and tend to break down before they've completed the job.

Microsoft said that its scientists had developed a way to control up to 50,000 qubits - the basic unit of calculation in a quantum computer - using just three wires and a half-inch-square chip cooled to near absolute zero. That will be useful if anyone ever manages to build a 50,000-qubit computer, but for now it's just hype: IBM and Google, the leaders in the domain, each demonstrated quantum computers with just 53 qubits last month.

Still, there's some solace for far-sighted CIOs who can't afford their own quantum hardware: Hosted services such as Microsoft's Azure Quantum and IBM's Q Experience provide affordable insight into what may become the software development environments of the future. And until true quantum computers become more widely available, they and on-premises hardware simulators such as the Quantum Learning Machine from French server maker Atos offer a chance to test the applicability of quantum computing to some of today's toughest business optimization problems.

Project Cortex

Also not yet available, but more down to earth, is Project Cortex. This is the name Microsoft has given to a new AI service coming to Teams, Outlook and Office that will offer users on-demand information that may be relevant to their needs. For a user confronted by an unfamiliar acronym, that might include a definition, related documents or even contact details for company experts on the topic.

Microsoft already offers such AI-powered features in some of its applications, including the "Insights" feature in Outlook that suggests people to contact or tasks to follow up on, and Project Cortex is about expanding this offering. While it will all happen behind the scenes for the end user, CIOs will need to ensure that access controls are well managed and data appropriately tagged so that Project Cortex can learn who needs - and is allowed - to see what.

This story, "Microsoft shows off hybrid cloud management and cloud analytics tools at Ignite" was originally published by CIO.