Pegasystems introduces AI-based voice and messaging tools
Pegasystems is introducing two AI-based tools for call centers. Pega Voice AI and Messaging AI analyze real-time customer calls to automate service and support operations.
Both solutions were designed to improve up call efficiency and service. According to Pegasystems, the AI-based solutions fun... Read more
Google to change its infamous Web And App Activity from march
Google is modifying its famed Web & App Activity settings to cater to Google Workspace customers from March 29. This function is now divided into two settings, one labeled Search History, and the other Web & App Activity.
Google has begun alerting Workspace admins about the modification... Read more
CentOS counterpart AlmaLinux gets support from CloudLinux
CloudLinux has built a support model around the AlmaLinux distribution. This allows companies that were dependent on CentOS to continue using Linux on a comparable basis.
AlmaLinux fulfils a similar role as CentOS did until recently. It is a binary compatible fork of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RH... Read more
VMware extends support for vSphere 6.5
VMware has announced that it is extending support for version 6.5 of vSphere by one year. In doing so, offers its customers more stability in the turmoil caused by the corona pandemic.
The support extension was announced in a blog post. In it, VMware talks about the year that has passed since th... Read more
Microsoft Teams to get multi-account sign-in support or not
Microsoft Teams is scheduled to get multi-account sign-in as of December 2020, according to the latest Microsoft 365 roadmap. But not for everyone.
Microsoft is finally planning to add multi-account sign in support to its popular Microsoft Teams collaboration platform. This is a new feature that... Read more
Kubernetes version 1.19 finally released
After a postponed release date due to, among other things, the current pandemic, version 1.19 of container orchestration platform Kubernetes was released. Version 1.19 includes an extension of the support policy for patches, functionality around REST APIs and storage.
The latest version of Kuber... Read more
Microsoft will kill their failed browsers; IE11 and Edge legacy
Microsoft is going to end the support for their failed browsers from the past. In 2021 the Microsoft 365 apps and services will no longer support their legacy browsers. Finally the tech giant will kill their failed browsers and make the life of web developers a lot better.
Starting on November 3... Read more
Microsoft stops support PHP for Windows
Microsoft announced it no longer supports the upcoming version of the scripting language PHP or Hypertext Preprocessor, version 8.0, for Windows. Some earlier releases of PHP will still be supported for some time for bug fixes and security updates.
The techgiant has been supporting and maintaini... Read more
GitHub consolidates support in single platform environment
GitHub has merged its two websites to support application and software developers with documentation into the single platform environment docs.github.com. The platform provides end-users and integrators with a single environment for support and resources.
In practical terms, the newly presented ... Read more
Bootstrap ends support to Internet Explorer v10 and v11
Bootstrap, a UI framework for developing websites and business and mobile applications, does no longer support the Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE)10 and 11 browsers. This makes it the first web development facilitator to take this step.
Bootstrap's decision is an important one. The open-source ... Read more