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  • November 27, 2017 27 Nov'17

    AU combines talent analytics with HR management

    Talent analytics can involve quantitative analysis. This is a specialized skill set that universities have been rushing to fill through master's degree programs in analytics.

  • November 06, 2017 06 Nov'17

    Defense department hears call for new way to develop STEM talent

    A civilian advisory board led by Google's Eric Schmidt has urged the DoD to create new career paths for its STEM talent to accelerate the military's innovation capability.

  • August 02, 2017 02 Aug'17

    GUEST BLOG: Millennials In Focus

    In this guest post Jess Wade from Imperial College London describes her experience at an event designed to encourage millennials to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths ...

  • July 28, 2017 28 Jul'17

    All of Us precision medicine research program names community partners

    The National Institutes of Health has chosen four community partners to join its All of Us precision medicine research program, which seeks to gather data from at least one million people in the ...

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  • Researchers work on AI algorithms to detect fake news

    A new challenge to identify fake news will test the boundaries of AI technology and offer a proving ground for innovative new approaches to the technology. Continue Reading

  • Physical network gear isn't going anywhere

    For decades, hardware has reigned as king in the network, but the deluge of hype surrounding cloud, virtualization and software-defined networking has some asking how long physical network gear can hold on to its crown.

    As we see in this edition of Network Evolution, however, even in today's software-defined and virtualized networks, hardware still has a firm foothold. Virtual overlays need hardware underlays; SDN fabrics require network gear; physical switches handle east-west traffic and physical routers connect data centers to the outside world.

    Yes, the role of physical network gear is evolving in the SDN era, but it won't disappear anytime soon. Find out how early adopters are using hardware in their virtual environments.

    Also in this issue, learn why content delivery network services have become more affordable, with a plethora of new options available to meet a wide variety of needs. Even some small and midsize enterprises now find CDN services -- once prohibitively expensive for all but the titans of media -- within their reach. Find out how such organizations have already put them to good use.

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  • For space agency, cloud financials are out of this world

    The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space chose a cloud app to get a real-time view of its books -- and close them faster. Continue Reading

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