Data breaches seem to be so common today, we need to be alert about security. One prime example of when we need to be alert is about our credit reports and fraud protection.
Many of us are already familiar with the term Blockchain. However, a new ledger technology is making waves in the news, painted as the next big thing in ledger technology that will overtake Blockchain. So who's the new player in the ledger technology field? Today, we're introducing you to Hashgraph and giving you a brief and simplified explanation as to what it is.
These days, we hear terms like "global citizen", "digital nomad" and "location independent" used more frequently to describe a certain type of individual not tied to a single location but living with the freedom to live and work in the location(s) of his or her choosing, moving from place to place when the mood or circumstances strikes.
Sometimes when people start throwing around the words software and firmware, things can get a little muddled and confusing. Software and firmware are two separate, but related things and some people aren't sure how to differentiate the two. Today, we're here to explain what software and firmware are while providing you some information about the purpose of both.
American Megatrends is pleased to announce its intention to provide OpenBMC solutions for the Intel®-based "Project Olympus" hyperscale server platform design contributed by Microsoft Corporation to the Open Compute Project (OCP).
American Megatrends is pleased to announce that its class-leading MegaRAC® Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) Firmware now features support for enhanced manageability of enterprise-class Nytro® 5910 NVMe drives from Seagate Technology.
American Megatrends statement in response to the CTS-Labs Advisory of 13 Security Flaws in AMD Ryzen and EPYC processors, mentioning AMI's BIOS/UEFI firmware.
Last week, our own Stefano Righi, Vice President of Utilities R&D at AMI and a member of the UEFI Board of Directors and UEFI Security Response Team, was featured as a guest on "Paul's Security Weekly" vlog, a popular computer security video show hosted on YouTube each week.