Category Archives: Blog

Microcontrollers vs. microprocessors: What’s the difference?

Microcontroller units (MCUs) and microprocessor units (MPUs) are two kinds of integrated circuits that, while similar in certain ways, are very different in many others. Replacing antiquated multi-component central processing units (CPUs) with separate logic units, these single-chip processors are both extremely valuable in the continued development of computing technology. However, microcontrollers and microprocessors differ […]

T-Mobile unlocks marketing efficiency with Adobe Workfront

With 109 million customers and counting, “uncarrier” T-Mobile is one of the top mobile communications providers in the U.S. The company always puts the customer first, which it achieves by delivering the right experiences and content to the right customers at the right time. But with different sub-brands and business units, T-Mobile’s marketing and content […]

From Data to Dialogue: The Impact of Retrieval-Augmented Generation on AI Conversational Agents

AI has affected several disciplines in an immense way, but one of the most significant areas it has influenced is the creation of conversational agents. These agents, also known as chatbots or virtual assistants, are no longer limited to their script or very restrictive patterns of communication. Instead, they are capable of interactions on many […]

AWS Audit Manager extends generative AI best practices framework to Amazon SageMaker

Sometimes I hear from tech leads that they would like to improve visibility and governance over their generative artificial intelligence applications. How do you monitor and govern the usage and generation of data to address issues regarding security, resilience, privacy, and accuracy or to validate against best practices of responsible AI, among other things? Beyond […]

Simplify AWS CloudTrail log analysis with natural language query generation in CloudTrail Lake (preview)

Today, I am happy to announce in preview the generative artificial intelligence (generative AI)–powered natural language query generation in AWS CloudTrail Lake, which is a managed data lake for capturing, storing, accessing, and analyzing AWS CloudTrail activity logs to meet compliance, security, and operational needs. You can ask a question using natural language about these […]

Introducing Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection for Amazon S3

Today we are announcing the general availability of Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection for Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), an expansion of GuardDuty Malware Protection to detect malicious file uploads to selected S3 buckets. Previously, GuardDuty Malware Protection provided agentless scanning capabilities to identify malicious files on Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volumes attached […]

RedCloud Founder Justin Floyd Discusses Supply Chain Advancements

In today’s complex global market, efficient and transparent trade is essential. Justin Floyd, an award-winning entrepreneur with a 25-year track record of founding and investing in pioneering technology companies, offers insights and lessons learned from his extensive career. He has consistently focused on solving the world’s biggest economic and social challenges. Justin founded RedCloud to […]

Approaches to migrating your VMware workloads to AWS   

The VMware® acquisition by Broadcom has changed VMware’s product and partner strategies. In November 2023, Broadcom finalized its acquisition (link resides outside ibm.com) of VMware for USD 69 billion, with an aim to enhance its multicloud strategy. Further to the acquisition, Broadcom decided to discontinue (link resides outside ibm.com) its AWS authorization to resell VMware […]