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5 Buffett Stocks to Buy Hand Over Fist in 2022

Since taking over as CEO in 1965, Warren Buffett has overseen a greater than 3,600,000% increase in Berkshire Hathaway's share price. Among Berkshire's 43 holdings are a mix of five growth and value plays that stand out as no-brainer buys. Few investors have a more illustrious track record of making...
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Four Metaverse Plays That Could Offer Significant Upside

A whole new universe of investing has opened, with the metaverse set to offer $10 trillion to $30 trillion in opportunities in the next 10 to 15 years. What are the best metaverse stocks to buy?. Article continues below advertisement. The metaverse, much more than virtual reality, lets you explore...
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Of hacks and patches

Outside the insurance industry, few people likely noticed that Lloyd’s of London “will no longer cover the fallout of cyberattacks exchanged between nation-states.” It would be easy to overlook, except that Lloyd’s is a major global insurer; its actions will have a ripple effect. It’s already the case that ransomware attacks across the globe have prompted Lloyd’s syndicate members to charge higher premiums while pulling back coverage for rank-and-file enterprises by nearly 50%.

Amazon $AMZN Australia Demand For Cloud AWS Surges

AMZN stock may see an upward move when markets open on January 24, 2022, after a press release by ISG Group stated that demand for Amazon AWS services is exploding from Australia due to COVID-19. Pandemic Accelerates Australian Digital Transformations, Leading More Firms to Seek Out AWS Provider Partners. The...

The Power of Collaboration Between Nonprofits

Ernie Smith is a contributor to BizTech, an old-school blogger who specializes in side projects, and a tech history nut who researches vintage operating systems for fun. Nonprofits may be mission-driven, but their resources sometimes limit how far the mission can go. Many will therefore look for opportunities to collaborate, stretching their resources further to expand their reach.
ThomasNet Industrial News Room

7 Industry Updates You Need to Know This Week [60-second Read]

Welcome to Thomas Insights — every day, we publish the latest news and analysis to keep our readers up to date on what’s happening in industry. Sign up here to get the day’s top stories delivered straight to your inbox. 1. Largest Space Telescope Ever Built Travels...

Sky-Drones Ventures into the World of AWS Greengrass and Customers

As of now, Sky-Drones Technologies is a hardware vendor for AWS Greengrass and its customers. Opening up a mountain of opportunities for Sky-Drones by way of advancing their customer base and the users of AWS Greengrass by making Sky-Drones’ elite, cutting-edge hardware AIRLink more accessible, this is one you’ll not want to miss.
Computer Weekly

Carbon emissions data to become key factor in cloud purchases by 2025, predicts Gartner

Carbon emissions data will become a key selection consideration for IT buyers when sourcing hyperscale cloud services in the next three years, predicts Gartner. The IT market watcher claims the amount of carbon emitted by cloud service providers will become an increasingly important factor for IT purchases by 2025, as environmental and sustainability concerns continue to rise up the boardroom agenda.

Microsoft Develops Goal Probability Metric for La Liga Broadcasts

Microsoft has debuted a new statistic called Goal Probability for La Liga match broadcasts. The stat can be calculated within 30 seconds and has been shown as an on-screen graphic during replays of goals. Goal Probability determines the likelihood of a shot attempt being successful by measuring factors such as...

Washington D.C. and three states sue Google over location data collection practices

The Attorneys General of Washington, D.C., Texas, Indiana and Washington state are suing Google LLC for allegedly using deceptive practices to collect users’ location data. Each Attorney General is launching a separate lawsuit against Google over the matter, the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia stated in an announcement today. The goal: securing a court injunction to stop Google from engaging in the practices that are allegedly deceptive and unlawful. Additionally, the search giant could potentially be ordered to pay penalties.

Why the COVID-19 pandemic was a watershed moment for machine learning

Times of crisis spark innovation and creativity, as evidenced in the way organisations have come together to innovate for the greater good during the COVID-19 pandemic. 3D printing companies made face shields and nasal swabs to meet massive demands and auto companies shifted gears to make ventilators. Machine learning (ML)—computer...

Flux crypto. What it does, and what is FLUX price prediction

The world of crypto assets is volatile and unpredictable. But blockchain, the technology that underpins all cryptocurrencies has been hailed by virtually all. Blockchain allows development of applications where peer-to-peer architecture is at the heart. It means users play an important role in governance of any application. While Ethereum and Solana are leading blockchain networks, new projects are claiming to provide a complete ‘AWS-like’ infrastructure.

Create, Deploy and Manage Agile and Elastic Cloud-Native Applications With Red Hat OpenShift

Cloud adoption is at an all-time high, and with the urgency and necessity for cloud adoption across all industries, businesses have run into the dilemma of whether to migrate legacy applications or to leave them be. The most common type of application modernisation we have observed has been the lift and shift method, where organisations migrate their existing on-premises applications to cloud environments with little to no changes to the application code. While seemingly compelling enough, this method presents challenges with complexity and consistency down the metaphorical road.