Struggling for new staff, software, or hardware? You might get your Christmas wish in 2018, with many IT budgets expected to grow significantly.
Researchers have successfully proven that viruses can be weaponized to infect computers and take them over. And if that’s not the premise of a dystopian sci-fi novel, I don’t know what is. The University of Washington recently baked malware into a genetic molecule and then infected a system analyzing it. If it sounds like DNA data
IBM researchers have discovered a way to store one bit of data on a single atom, the company has announced. This momentous achievement—storing data on the universe’s essential building blocks—could be the first step towards the end game of data storage. And for IBM, the question of if they can put this to practice is an existential