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Google demonstrates Spectre exploit that enables data-leaking

Google demonstrates Spectre exploit that enables data-leaking

On Friday, Google released proof-of-concept code for conducting a Spectre-based attack on its browser (Chrome). This was a way for the company to show how web developers can protect themselves from browser-based side-channel attacks. The code was posted to GitHub. A detailed look shows how an at... Read more

date3 years ago
Red Hat introduces Free RHEL

Red Hat introduces Free RHEL

When CentOS Linux parent company Red Hat announced that it was shifting focus from CentOS Linux, the rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), to CentOS Stream, CentOS users were not happy. To appease them and to keep the promise it made to Open-Source organizations, Red Hat is introducing a new,... Read more

date3 years ago
Bosch and Microsoft partner up on advanced automotive software

Bosch and Microsoft partner up on advanced automotive software

Bosch and Microsoft will be working together on a software platform for vehicles. The announcement came on Thursday and is a clear move on the software giant’s part, to get its foot in the door of the growing electromobility and automated driving market. The software platform will use cloud te... Read more

date3 years ago
Dell and SK Telecom are partnering to offer 5G edge connectivity

Dell and SK Telecom are partnering to offer 5G edge connectivity

Dell’s push into 5G and the edge network just got a massive boost after partnering with the Korean telecom provider SK Telecoms. The partnership is with Dell’s VMware and aims to enhance content delivery and app experiences. The idea is to eliminate the complex network path between devices a... Read more

date3 years ago
Canadian VoIP company Sangoma hit by Conti ransomware

Canadian VoIP company Sangoma hit by Conti ransomware

Sangoma Technologies, the Canadian VoIP company has been hit by a ransomware attack. The company sells products like Switchbox and FreePBX and owns Asterix provider Digium. It disclosed the attack in a statement, on Christmas Eve and said the ransomware targeted the company’s servers. The comp... Read more

date3 years ago

Cisco acquires IMImobile in a $730-million cash deal

In a cash deal, valued at around $730 million, Cisco has acquired IMImobile, a London-based cloud communications software company. The deal includes debt as well. IMImobile provides services and software for businesses that want to connect interactively with their customers using voice, messaging, ... Read more

date3 years ago
Infor helps companies modernise with cloud-first ERP

Infor helps companies modernise with cloud-first ERP

Infor is one of the software vendors firmly committed to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) in the cloud. When companies choose for ERP in the cloud, they're also taking a step in modernisation. Therefore, many IT administrators are moving from on-premise to cloud-based or intend to. With cloud-fir... Read more

date4 years ago
Amid pandemic, SAP offers financial help for customers

Amid pandemic, SAP offers financial help for customers

SAP CEO Christian Klein tells Bloomberg that sales weakness is evidence of Cloud transition. SAP CEO Christian Klein told Bloomberg TV this week that his company has committed to extending customer payment terms and helping partners struggling as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. His pro... Read more

date4 years ago
Juniper Networks buys 128 Technology for $450 million

Juniper Networks buys 128 Technology for $450 million

Juniper Networks announced that it signed a deal to acquire 128 Technology for 450 million dollars. The company has a software platform for enterprise networks. The deal will wrap up in Juniper’s fourth quarter, ending in late January. 128 Technology was founded in 2014 and provides a software... Read more

date4 years ago
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