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First look: Android O developer preview

For the second year in a row, Google has released the preview version of its Android mobile operating system without fanfare, announcing its sudden...

Review: SaltStack shifts devops into high gear

The only sane and efficient way to manage a large numbers of servers—or even a few dozen, if they change often—is through automation.Automation tools...

HPE unveils a new SimpliVity appliance

Two months after acquiring SimpliVity for $650 million, Hewlett Packard Enterprise is beginning to reshape the company's converged infrastructure offering in its own image. SimpliVity's...

Intel’s first Optane SSD: 375GB that you can also use as...

A 3D XPoint wafer. (credit: Intel) Intel announced today the first Optane-branded product using its new 3D XPoint memory: the catchily named Intel...

IDG Contributor Network: March Madness: Bringing cloud-based automation to a...

The cloud is seeping into virtually every application, in every industry of every size, because of its ability to enable constant application improvements, flexible...

Review: Microsoft Teams almost as bad as its beta

For months now, we’ve been hearing about Microsoft Teams, Microsoft’s much-heralded Slack killer for corporate chat.It’s now in official release (what Microsoft calls “general...

Nginx JavaScript is ready for prime time

Nginx has upgraded its web server and load balancer to take advantage of its JavaScript implementation. The company on Tuesday debuts Nginx Plus R12, the...

Most of 2016’s holes had fixes the day we knew about...

Code red on code-fix rates Patching rates went down in 2016 despite an increase in availability of security patches, according to a new study...

Increase in Available Security Patches + Decrease in Patch Rates =...

Annual Flexera Vulnerability Review Shows 81 Percent of All Vulnerabilities Had Available Patches, Yet Common Software Programmes Remain UnpatchedMaidenhead, U.K. – March 13, 2017...

Disaster recovery: How is your business set up to survive an...

Asynchronous vs synchronous.Dark disaster recovery vs. active architecture.Active/active vs. active/passive. No setup is objectively better or worse than another.The best one for you primarily...

Enter the UN’s Data for Climate Action Challenge and save the...

If you're a data scientist or pride yourself on writing perfect database queries, there's a fascinating challenge tailored just for you.For the second year...

Azure Stack: Microsoft’s better plan for a hybrid cloud

Microsoft has long promised that it would deliver "Azure in a box" to customers who wanted access to cloud services but were unable to...