The Race to Secure Voting Tech Gets an Urgent Jumpstart

Numerous electronic voting machines used in United States elections have critical exposures that could make them vulnerable to hacking. Security experts have known that for a decade. But it wasn’t until Russia meddled in the 2016 US presidential campaigns and began probing digital voting systems that the topic took on pressing urgency. Now hackers, researchers, […] Read more »

IDG Contributor Network: SUSE: Slow and steady wins the race

SUSE is one of the trinities of the Linux world, the other two being Red Hat and Canonical. SUSE is critical to the Linux world as they are among the top contributors to many open source projects including Linux. As someone who monitors the Linux world very closely, I keep a close eye on SUSE. […] Read more »

Gartner Magic Quadrant Report Shows Only a Race Between AWS and Azure

The annual report of research firm Gartner the market for IaaS cloud computing shows that no clear leader (Amazon Web Services) and someone who clearly defies (Microsoft Azure). And then there are all the others. The market is dominated by only a few suppliers, especially by Amazon Web Services, but also increasingly by Microsoft Azure. […] Read more »