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By IEEE Computer Society Team
At their 15 June meeting, the IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors approved the candidate slate for the 2021 election. 2022 President-Elect (2023 President) Nita Patel Dimitrios Serpanos 2022 First Vice President David Lomet Riccardo Mariani 2022 Second Vice President David S. Ebert Ramalatha Marimuthu 2022-2024 Terms on the Board…
By Larry Alton
Businesses have been buzzing about digital transformation for years now, as they shift services from legacy platforms to modern, agile solutions, but ultimately many are struggling to make progress. That’s because with so many business technology trends, a combination of distraction, perfectionism, and stagnation are holding businesses back from making…
By Matt Shealy
48% of companies claim that they plan to increase the amount of outsourcing they currently do in areas such as IT and Security, according to the 2020/2021 IT Outsourcing Statistics report.
By David Balaban
Nowadays, companies are constantly improving their cybersecurity policies and tools. They build SIEM systems, strengthen network perimeters, study network packets on the fly, and monitor the security posture in real-time. IT security is getting fully automated, the issue of unpatched software is getting resolved
By Alyse Falk
To begin with, let’s dig into the basics of Machine Learning and Deep Learning. ML is a subset of artificial intelligence that serves to provide the machines with the ability to automatically learn and act based on previous experience. Machine learning involves the “implementation” of different algorithms including neural networks that help to solve the problems.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Get insights into current and future computer vision trends that will shape the industry in the years to come, predictions for 2021, including the direction of the industry and developments taking place now, and much more.
By Jon Peddie
As the web becomes more visual, images and other rich media have become a major factor in page load time. According to HTTPArchive, in 2020 images made up as much as 50% of average bytes downloaded by web visitors. 
By Matt Shealy
As threats have evolved, so have defenses. In the past, we didn’t have enough insight or data to adequately predict, recognize, and prevent threats. Today, there’s plenty of information available. The hard part is weeding through the data to see the patterns and trends that indicate there may be a security issue looking.
By Stella Evans
Android-powered TV sets were a big game-changer when they were introduced in 2014. It meant that we could do away with the unreliable old-fashioned cable TV connections. However, homeowners soon realized that they also had to do away with their old TV sets to enjoy these Android benefits.
New forum explores the problems and leading-edge technological solutions to Hate speech, Bias, Misinformation, Disinformation, Terrorism, Radicalization, and Exploitation through online communities. One of the defining issues of our time has been the fast-paced development of innovative and effective computing technologies that constitute truly societal-scale social media systems – and the equally large-scale impacts, good and bad, of those systems on day-to-day life.
By IEEE Computer Society
Get the latest technology and career development news and job trends, peer-reviewed research, and practical articles for today’s computing professionals.
By Gilad David Maayan
Data backups are a critical infrastructure for any organization. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) cloud providers offer compelling advantages for backups, but for enterprises with a large investment in legacy backup systems, migration can be challenging.
By Gilad David Maayan
As the web becomes more visual, images and other rich media have become a major factor in page load time. According to HTTPArchive, in 2020 images made up as much as 50% of average bytes downloaded by web visitors. 
By Larry Alton
There’s been a significant shift in how healthcare data is shared and stored. Many healthcare organizations now used cloud computing in the management of their data. If your healthcare company is thinking about going to the cloud, there are several positive changes, including site security and others we list below.
The IEEE VLSI Circuits and Systems Letter (VCaSL) is affiliated with the Technical Committee on VLSI (TCVLSI) under the IEEE Computer Society. It aims to report recent advances in VLSI technology, education, and opportunities and, consequently, grow the research and education activities in the area.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Get insights into current and future computer vision trends that will shape the industry in the years to come, predictions for 2021, including the direction of the industry and developments taking place now, and much more.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Get insights into current and future computer vision trends that will shape the industry in the years to come, predictions for 2021, including the direction of the industry and developments taking place now, and much more.
By IEEE Computer Society
Get the latest technology and career development news and job trends, peer-reviewed research, and practical articles for today’s computing professionals.
New and compelling ideas transform the future of computing, bringing about changes that have significant implications for our profession and society while raising some profound technical questions.
By Gilad David Maayan
As cloud infrastructure becomes more complex, cloud costs become more opaque and difficult to track. There are many factors that affect cloud costs, and not all of them are obvious in advance. 
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