Red Hat looks beyond Linux

Red Hat looks beyond Linux

The Red Hat Linux distribution is turning 25 years old this week. What started as one of the earliest Linux distributions is now the most successful open-source company, and its success was a catalyst for others to follow its model.

As marketing data proliferates, consumers should have more control

At the Adobe Summit in Las Vegas this week, privacy was on the minds of many people. It was no wonder with social media data abuse dominating the headlines, GDPR just around the corner, and Adobe announcing the concept of

Azure’s availability zones are now generally available

Azure’s availability zones are now generally available

No matter what cloud you build on, if you want to build something that’s highly available, you’re always going to opt to put your applications and data in at least two physically separated regions. Otherwise, if a region goes down,

Asana introduces Timeline, lays groundwork for AI-based monitoring as the “team brain” for productivity

When workflow management platform Asana announced a $75 million round of funding in January led by former Vice President Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management, the startup didn’t give much of an indication of what it planned to do with the

IoT devices could be next customer data frontier

At the Adobe Summit this week in Las Vegas, the company introduced what could be the ultimate customer experience construct, a customer experience system of record that pulls in information, not just from Adobe tools, but wherever it lives. In

48 hours with the new iPad (2018): our first impressions

48 hours with the new iPad (2018): our first impressions

When we first heard about the new iPad from Apple, we expected it to be a much cheaper device that would appeal to scholastic equipment buyers. What we got was a device that’s identical in looks to last year’s cheapest

Hewlett Packard Enterprise to move HQ to San Jose

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is moving north from Palo Alto to San Jose. The company will relocate 1,000 employees to a 220,000 square feet space in late 2018. HPE is was spun off from Hewlett-Packard in 2015 and is focused on

Microsoft can ban you for using offensive language

A report by CSOOnline presented the possibility that Microsoft would be able to ban “offensive language” from Skype, Xbox, and, inexplicably, Office. The post, which cites Microsoft’s new terms of use, said that the company would not allow users to

The new iPad shows we must be getting a new, next-gen iPad Pro soon

The new iPad shows we must be getting a new, next-gen iPad Pro soon

Sitting in the auditorium of the new iPad launch, listening to the new features it brings, I was struck by one thought: why would anyone want an iPad Pro any more? Sure, you’ve got the Smart Connector and an insane

GoDaddy to move most of its infrastructure to AWS, not including domain management for its 75M domains

It really is Go Time for GoDaddy . Amazon’s cloud services provider AWS and GoDaddy, the domain registration and management giant, may have competed in the past when it comes to working with small businesses to provide them with web