Generative AI and the Future of Technical Writing

Generative AI and the Future of Technical Writing

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In the 1980s, when Generative AI was more a matter of speculation than a widespread implementation, philosopher John Searle proposed a thought experiment that he called the Chinese Room. He put forward a hypothetical scenario in which a person confined to a room receives paper messages through a slot in ... Read More
Service Tunnel to Salesforce

Secure Public Resources: Connect to Salesforce Using Banyan’s Service Tunnel

Corporate employees are often required to do work that involves using publicly-accessible resources (e.g., Salesforce or a staging website), which go beyond the bounds of private network control. In light of the need to connect their workforce to these public SaaS applications, many organizations recognize the need for better security, ... Read More
Service Tunnel to Salesforce

Secure Public Resources: Connect to Salesforce Using Banyan’s Service Tunnel

Corporate employees are often required to do work that involves using publicly-accessible resources (e.g., Salesforce or a staging website), which go beyond the bounds of private network control. In light of the need to connect their workforce to these public SaaS applications, many organizations recognize the need for better security, ... Read More
How to Securely Self-Host DevOps Tools like GitLab – Without a VPN

How to Securely Self-Host DevOps Tools like GitLab – Without a VPN

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Today, a DevOps workflow is critical to success: 92% of organizations are anticipating that half or more of their applications will be deployed in a DevOps workflow in the next two years (source: 451 Research). And tools like GitLab, GitHub, Jira, and Jenkins are the backbone of  this workflow. DevOps ... Read More

How to Replace Your SSH Bastion Host

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Solve bastion challenges with Banyan Security – and deploy in minutes Historically, bastion hosts were helpful to those trying to encrypt communications in a secure channel over the public internet. SSH was the best way to run commands from a local machine to a remote server, without facing interceptions and ... Read More