HPE CEO and President Antonio Neri on HPE Discover 2024
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
6d ago
In this episode we are looking ahead to the Enterprise tech event of the year, HPE Discover Las Vegas, which is on during the week of June 17th 2024. It’ll see curated programs of events across Edge and networking, Hybrid Cloud, and AI. Hundreds of sessions will provide an opportunity to network for thousands of global tech leaders, customers, and partners. And, to give us a bit of a sneak peek of the event - and his own keynote at Las Vegas' iconic Sphere - we’re joined today by a very special guest: HPE President and CEO, Antonio Neri. This is Technology Now, a weekly show from Hewlett Packa ..read more
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Tackling burnout in cybersecurity
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
2w ago
In this episode we are looking at a growing issue in the tech field: Burnout among cyber security professionals. A report shared by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association shows that 51% of people working in cyber security may leave their job in the next year because of stress. But it's not just the stress of protecting organisations that is having an effect on people’s mental health in the sector. It’s an area that led today's guest, cyber security expert Peter Coroneos, to set up Cybermindz.org - a not-for-profit to help address and prevent burnout in the cybersecurity industry ..read more
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Aurora - The world's second exascale computer officially recognized
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
3w ago
In this episode we are looking at computers going fast. ‘Exascale’ means a computer is running a billion, billion operations every second. At the 2024 ISC high-performance conference in Hamburg, Germany, the world’s second exascale machine was officially recognised: The Aurora supercomputer at Argonne National Laboratory officially broke the exascale barrier at 1.012 exaflops. So why does exascale matter, and why is it so difficult to achieve? Joining us to discuss is Susan Coghlan, Project Director of the Aurora exascale computer at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility at Argonne Nationa ..read more
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The Technology Now: Today I Learned special edition
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by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
1M ago
In this episode we are taking a break from the norm to bring you a few of the amazing stories from the world of science and technology that haven’t quite made it into the podcast recently.  Our goal is to bring you a lot of amazing stories and important technological developments on this podcast, but the little stories in the middle where we take a break don’t always get the attention they deserve. So, this week, we’re bringing you some of the stories from around the world that haven’t quite made the podcast yet. And, of course, you’ll find details of all the stories we feature today in t ..read more
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Zero Trust Network Access and Virtual Private Networks: The VPN vs ZTNA showdown
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
1M ago
In this episode we are looking at why people are moving away from Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, and are navigating towards Zero Trust Network Access, or ZTNAs. VPNs have largely been unchallenged as the go-to cyber security option for organisations since they first came about in the mid-1990s. However, they do have security flaws which have been exploited by hackers and cyber criminals, leading many to ask whether there’s a more secure solution. Joining us to discuss why ZTNA is becoming a more popular security option for organisations is Jaye Tillson, HPE’s Director of Strategy in Cyber ..read more
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Synthetic data and the next generation of AI creativity
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
1M ago
Today we’re discussing synthetic data - that is, data trained by AI and computer simulations, rather than gathered from the real world. Now, generating theoretical data is nothing new - we’ve been taking small samples of things and extrapolating from it for decades. However, with the advent of AI we don’t necessarily just need to extrapolate. We can generate completely new, close-to-real data using AI. But why? And why does it matter? To explain we’re joined by Chief Technology Officer for AI at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Matt Armstrong-Barnes This is Technology Now, a weekly show from Hewlet ..read more
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The potential of AI for stopping cyber security threats
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
1M ago
According to a report published by the UK National Cyber Security Centre in January 2024, Artificial intelligence will increase the number and the severity of cyber attacks over the next two years. So how are AI models also being developed to effectively tackle cyber crime? And what is the potential of AI for stopping cyber security threats? Joining us this week is To fill us in Rohini Chavakula, AI security lead at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. This is Technology Now, a weekly show from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Every week we look at a story that's been making headlines, take a look at the te ..read more
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The balancing act of AI in healthcare
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
2M ago
AI in healthcare is considered an enormous opportunity. Diagnosis, drug discovery, treatment and triage – all are hot topics for new AI tools and assistance. But is the world ready for AI-enabled healthcare? What are the challenges and opportunities the space presents? To give us the bigger picture, we’re joined this week by Rich Bird, World Wide Healthcare and Life Sciences Lead at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. This is Technology Now, a weekly show from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Every week we look at a story that's been making headlines, take a look at the technology behind it, and explain wh ..read more
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How can we avoid the human being a security weakpoint?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
2M ago
For the last decade, messaging around cyber security has often followed a similar pattern: Make people fear the consequences of being hacked. We are only human, after all. We’re flawed, and we’re fallible. So are we the weakest link in the cyber security chain? Or is there a better way to look at it? To answer that, we’re joined this week by HPE Cyber Security Awareness Training Program Manager, Joanne O’Connor. This is Technology Now, a weekly show from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Every week we look at a story that's been making headlines, take a look at the technology behind it, and explain ..read more
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Science on the edge of space: Exploring the possibilities opened up by HPE Spaceborne Computer 2
Hewlett Packard Enterprise The Element Podcast
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
2M ago
In this episode we are revisiting HPE Spaceborne Computer 2, the supercomputer at the edge of space, speeding around above our heads on the International Space Station (ISS). Last week, we looked at the science behind the system. This week, we’re exploring how HPE Spaceborne Computer 2 is speeding up the time it takes for experiments to be carried out in space, with the Principal Investigator for HPE Spaceborne Computer-2, Mark Fernandez. This is Technology Now, a weekly show from Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Every week we look at a story that's been making headlines, take a look at the technol ..read more
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