Forbes Releases AI 50 List
In a research conducted by IDC, it is said that investments in AI research and tools are set to hit $500 billion by the year 2024. PWC, in its prediction, also said that AI will contribute $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030.
Forbes, in partnership with Sequoia Capital, has recognised top US companies utilising AI in the most interesting and effective ways.
Some companies that have made the list are AMP Robotics, Canvas, Crowd AI, Databricks and many more.
View the full list here.
UK and International Cyber Agency Partners Release Supply Chain Guidance amid Ukraine Crisis
The UK has worked alongside its international partners to issue advice to IT service providers and their clients as an effort to protect firms against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) – a part of GCHQ – and its partners sets out a series of practical steps for managed service providers (MSPs) and their customers.
MSPs provide IT support to their customers in various ways, and in order to do so they are granted privileged access to a customer’s network, creating opportunities for attackers to gain access to networks, such as in the case of Solarwinds in 2020.
Andrew Tunall is Embrace's New Head of Product
Embrace, mobile-centric data analytics and observability firm has announced today that Andrew Tunall has joined the firm as Head of Product.
Embrace has tripled the size of its engineering team and has significantly bolstered its leadership team as part of an overall infusion of talent into the business.
Tunall brings a wealth of experience in product leadership, most recently as VP of Product at New Relic where he led product management across the customer-facing capabilities of the observability product suite.