With Google's Allo, the tech giant is hoping you'll choose messaging smarts over privacy. Also in Searchlight: Yahoo confirms colossal breach; Oracle beefs up cloud offerings.
Understanding how a blockchain works is the first step in taking advantage of the technology. Learn how a blockchain unit of value moves from party A to party B.
Perkins School for the Blind launches a mobile app to help commuters with vision loss find bus stops. And it's not stopping there.
Learn how to use Btrfs snapshots with Linux utilities, such as Snapper and GRUB2, to revert back to previous states in the event of a configuration mishap.
In any multi-tenant IT environment, noisy neighbors can be an issue. Here's a closer look at how the challenges differ in the public cloud versus colocation.
Stand-alone servers are getting fazed out of data centers in favor of converged and hyper-converged systems. But not all legacy IT infrastructure is on its way out the door.
The latest Cisco professional services are aimed at helping companies build and manage hybrid clouds. The offering reflects a shift in Cisco's cloud strategy.
This week, networking industry analysts and engineers examine containerized networking, Brocade's new router and the cost of modern networking.
Following years of development, is the potential of the white box switching market finally being realized?
Yahoo confirmed it was the victim of one of the largest mega breaches in history two years ago when information on at least 500 million user accounts was stolen.
A new FBI ransomware alert urges victims to report incidents to federal law enforcement, gives defense tips and urges victims to avoid paying a ransom, if possible.
Before using open source security software, enterprises should consider the security risks. Expert Mike O. Villegas discusses what to do before using open source software.
How much do you need to understand about the product and industry you're testing in? Expert Gerie Owen thinks the answer is probably more than you'd think.
Testing as a service offers the flexibility to test applications in almost any type of cloud combination you'd need. Expert tester Gerie Owen explains how it works.
It's a confusing, jargon-filled world out there. Expert Christopher Ward brings clarity in part one of a series of articles on the differences between Lean, Agile and DevOps.
As NAS technology changes -- with new software features and faster, all-flash NAS hardware -- its use in organizations has evolved into functions for which it was never suited.
DataDirect Networks is expanding its Web Object Scaler portfolio with a new 8460 object storage appliance that focuses on performance and capacity.
Nimble Storage launches new quality of service, multi-tenancy features and cloud-like pricing option to help IT organizations take app-centric approach to storage management.