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Hands-on with Apple’s new Passwords app for iOS 18, macOS Sequoia, and more

One of the most important features coming with iOS 18, macOS Sequoia, iPadOS 18, and visionOS 2 is the all-new Passwords app. When Apple finally releases these software updates this fall, the company will finally move passwords from a buried subsection on Settings to its standalone app.After years of users asking for the passwords section…

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Cloud repatriation: What it is and when you can benefit

The year-on-year (YoY) growth of cloud storage and computing suggests an unstoppable trend of customers that have moved away from owning and running their own datacentres, compute, storage and networking hardware. But although the cloud continues to grow – accounting for as much as 50% of the world’s IT infrastructure – the trend no longer…

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How to switch from Google Photos to iCloud Photos with Apple’s official tool

Switching from Android to iOS—or vice versa—can be challenging because there’s always the chance you’ll end up losing data in the process. This could be due to a lack of an app, an incompatibility between the systems, or a minor bug.While Apple offers Android users the Move to iOS tool and Google has a similar…

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Tennis and technology: How Wimbledon gave fans a GenAI experience

For all its history and tradition, and the world-class players on court, watching tennis at Wimbledon is no longer just about watching tennis. Following a trend seen in many sports, the organiser of the championships, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), is increasingly focused on fan engagement and user experience. And like…

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Microsoft and CISPE’s settlement in long-running cloud antitrust dispute proves controversial

The Cloud Infrastructure Service Providers in Europe (CISPE) trade body stands accused of selling its members down the river, after agreeing a $22m deal to withdraw its long-standing anti-trust complaint against Microsoft. The pair have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that commits Microsoft to making an enhanced version of its Azure Stack HCI offering…

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Deep dive: How Pure Fusion plans to implement storage classes

Flash storage pioneer Pure Storage recently announced it will upgrade its Fusion control plane to make storage capacity in its arrays available via storage classes that allow it to be easily provisioned to any application needs it. That potentially brings lots of advantages as it makes storage simpler and more easily consumable by multiple applications…

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Beware: Hackers are trying to steal Apple IDs with fake iCloud links

It’s important to be cautious of suspicious texts and emails you receive from unknown senders, but threat actors are always finding new ways to trick victims. For instance, Broadcom recently warned about a new smishing (a combination of “SMS” and “phishing”) campaign by hackers targeting iPhone owners in an attempt to steal their Apple IDs.As…

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Hybrid cloud storage vs on-premise: What data goes where?

For enterprises that want to extend their storage strategy, the public cloud is a place to start that can bring quick wins. After all, cloud technology is quick to deploy, needs little to no capital outlay, and can grow quickly with the business to store more data, especially unstructured data. Analyst Gartner predicts that enterprises…

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Microsoft and Google’s GHG emissions gains call viability of net-zero targets into question

The financial results of the world’s biggest three hyperscale cloud companies have seen Amazon, Google and Microsoft all credit growing customer demand for artificial intelligence (AI) services for boosting their respective profit, revenue and market share totals. The downside to this growth, particularly where Google and Microsoft are concerned, is that it appears to be…

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Trends in the cloud database market

The cloud holds a large – and growing – percentage of enterprise data. While much of this growth comes from unstructured information, such as documents and media files, enterprises also still depend on structured data, stored in databases.   The global market for databases grew by 12.8% last year, according to analysts at Gartner, and…

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