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How Amrita University advanced neurological disorders' prediction using GPUs

Amrita University’s Computational Neuroscience Lab adopted the accelerated computing platform to design prediction models for neurological disorders and understand neural circuit function. The aim is to help pioneer treatments for brain disorders and dysfunctions and support developments in engineering and robotics.

PowerShell for Linux makes it easier to mix clients, servers and clouds

Multiple platforms are now the norm for IT infrastructure. To address that Microsoft is bringing its key configuration tools to Linux and Mac OS to make it easier for customers and partners to handle their workloads, which also positions Operations Management Suite as the future of configuration management.

Hololens explores a jet engine

As part of its push to get businesses using Hololens, Microsoft showed off a Japan Airlines app that lets engineers explore jet engines during training.

How to work with rogue users

Network World chats with John Hurley, CEO of SmartFile, about how enterprise IT departments can embrace "rogue users" and "Shadow IT" instead of shutting them down.

For Your Reading List: Re-Imagining Productive Work with Office 365 by Michael Sampson

Michael Sampson’s latest book, Re-Imagining Productive Work with Office 365, is a “must read” if you are currently using or planning to use Office 365. Michael is a brilliant author and approaches his overview of Office 365 not from the perspective of the individual technology elements, but from the perspective of the activities that “information workers” do every day.

5 unusual Twitter accounts you must follow

What is your daily dose of ‘Twitter-time’ like? Apart from the regular trolls, tech launches and updates on rivals, your Twitter feed has so much more that may go unnoticed. Here are some feeds you must check out.