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The following IEEE Computer Society Student Branch Chapters have been added since 1 January 2019. Join us in congratulating them these institutions! Your college/university not listed? Learn how to start a student branch chapter. Interested in seeing all our chapters? Read here. Ankara University Balaji Institute of Technology & Science…
By Gilad Maayan
Image source: Pixabay Although Kubernetes (K8s) includes a significant number of built-in features and is designed to simplify container orchestration, it can be challenging to configure, deploy and manage. Many organizations do not have the in-house expertise needed for DIY use of K8s but don’t want to miss out on…
By Gilad Maayan
Many developers find they can do things quicker and better if they assemble applications using a variety of well built, third party components, many of them are open-source components. The rise in open source usage has led to increasing open source vulnerabilities. If you are a developer who uses open-source…
By Lori Cameron
We asked leading experts in the field of cybersecurity to tell us what graduates and job-seekers can expect in the coming years. Here's what they had to say.
By Larry Alton
Professionals have been relying on VPNs to provide their computers with improved security when working away from their typical network connection, but until recently VPN technology was restricted to traditional computers. However, with the rise of mobile computing, a greater number of people are working remotely than ever before, and…
By Lori Cameron
A wealth of information on VR innovations awaits industry professionals at ISMAR 2019, the leading international academic conference in augmented and mixed reality.
By Dr. Jon Peddie
A four-year tortuous journey that turned the company around By Jon Peddie It wasn’t an April fool’s joke in 1997 when Nvidia released the RIVA 128, based on the NV3 media accelerator. However, it was almost the company’s last gasp. The story begins in 1993 when Nvidia (which has gone…
By Lori Cameron
University of California San Diego’s Rajesh Gupta was recently selected to receive the IEEE Computer Society 2019 W. Wallace McDowell Award. We caught up with Gupta to find out more about the future of cyber-physical systems, what he reads, and what invention inspires him the most.
By Anna Johansson
Every business owner wants a well-designed website, but what does that phrase even mean? Design is partially in the eye of the beholder, but there are also some objective qualities that can make a site “better” than another. For example, if you see a site utilizing fonts and colors straight…
By Larry Alton
Most software developers love their craft, and spend hours not just writing code and solving problems, but actively engaging with the community and trying to learn new things. Software developers want to constantly get better, improving their abilities, staying up-to-date with the latest trends, and hopefully making more money. But…
By Dan Murphy
[Sponsored Content] Shakespeare. Brontë. Dickens. In literature, the classics have long been a staple of summer reading lists. Computer security has its own share of classics – reference points that serve as a foundation for understanding the field’s ever-changing chessboard of attack and defense. This list of computer security summer…
By Lori Cameron
Susan Landau has an impressive resume. She is Bridge Professor of Cyber Security and Policy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and the School of Engineering, Department of Computer Science, Tufts University and senior fellow at the Fletcher School Center for International Law and Governance. We asked Landau to give us her insights about computing careers.
2 August, 2019 Clarivate Analytics has released the 2018 Journal Citation Reports (JCR), and several IEEE Computer Society titles’ impact factors have increased significantly. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI)’s impact factor jumped by 87.5 percent from 9.455 in 2017 to 17.73 in 2018, making it the highest impact…
By Lori Cameron
Fernando Corbató, whose work on computer time-sharing in the 1960s helped pave the way for the personal computer, as well as the computer password, died July 12 at a nursing home in Newburyport, Massachusetts. He was 93.
By Lori Cameron
After he won the 2019 Edward J. McCluskey Technical Achievement Award, we caught up with Zhi-Hua Zhou for a quick interview about his win and professional contributions to the fields of machine learning and data mining.
By Lori Cameron
Carnegie Mellon’s Radu Marculescu was recently selected to receive the 2019 Edward J. McClusky Technical Achievement Award for his “seminal contributions to the science of network on chip design, analysis, and optimization.” We caught up with Marculescu to find out more about his career, who inspires him the most, and what is about to turn AI on its head.
By Anna Johansson
In the past, trade show displays looked a lot like 9th grade science fair dioramas. Today, if you waltz through an exhibit hall at a major conference, you’ll find audio, visuals, impressive graphics, and interactive environments that are tailored to the wants and needs of visitors. A major shift is…
By Anthony Coggine
IoT, or the Internet of Things, is a grand ambition of the most influential kind. It is a unified goal that seeks to create an internet age of unity and equality that we may not ever see in any other industry.  In this article, we will explain why cybersecurity will…
By Pekka Jääskeläinen and Kati Tervo, Customized Parallel Computing group, Tampere University, Finland
Diverse heterogeneous platforms that utilize various types of resources such as general purpose processors, customized co-processors, hardware accelerators and FPGAs have been in the core of Customized Parallel Computing (CPC) group’s research interests for almost two decades. The group’s mission is to research and develop technologies that make customized heterogeneous…
By Kulmeet Singh, Chief Executive Officer, Founder, Twistle
Barbara has painful osteoarthritis in her 71-year-old knees, and it’s time to replace the left one. On the day of surgery, her husband drives her to the sprawling complex that is the hospital. On reaching the hospital’s main intersection, the couple has a choice of several paths to different parking…
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