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Illumination Mac Guff Depends on the Expertise of Avere and HGST to Stay Ahead of Archive Capacity Requirements and Maintain Predictable Service to its ArtistsPITTSBURGH, PA – September 18, 2017 – Avere Systems, a leading provider of hybrid cloud enablement solutions, and HGST, a Western Digital brand (NASDAQ: WDC), are helping animation house Illumination Mac Guff build its next level infrastructure to support its expanded production pipeline, increased number of artists and doubled per-film global... Source: RealWire
Apple's limits on tracking will "sabotage the economic model for the Internet."
The seed is expected to closely resemble the public launch due September 25.
Chrome 61 for Windows, Mac, and Linux has started rolling out, with Android following in the next few weeks.
For the first time, IT organisations can now convert most 64-bit, x86-based Apple Mac computers into an IGEL OS-powered endpoint via the micro thin client solutionReading, UK.

Aug. 30, 2017 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced that it is extending the capabilities of the IGEL UD Pockettrade;, and for the first time providing IT organisations with a smart, simple and secure way to leverage the IGEL... Source: RealWire
Defendant to ask Supreme Court if compelled decryption is a 5th Amendment breach.
Mac malware is on the rise, especially adware and potentially unwanted programs in the App Store.
Continuing trend suggests Sony simply doesn't want to link up with Microsoft.
Parallels update is out today; VMware Fusion and Workstation coming in October.

DDoS attacks in Q2 2017

The second quarter quite clearly showed that the DDoS-attack threat is perceived rather seriously.
Some companies were prepared to pay cybercriminals literally after their first demand without waiting for the attack itself.

This set off a whole new wave of fraud involving money extortion under threat of a DDoS attack, also known as “ransom DDoSrdquo;.
Surveillance malware dubbed Fruitfly was easy to spot but flew under the radar anyway.