Apple has filed an appeal in the Epic case, citing "unintended downstream consequences."
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If anyone was still wondering how serious IBM is about being a major cloud player that question has been resoundly answered.
Cisco is looking to better protect myriad edge-attached IoT devices with new security software that promises to protect industrial assets.
Cisco will offer a Kubernetes-based “container-as-a-service” for its HyperFlex hyperconverged infrastructure environment.
SASE model developed by Gartner ties into SD-WAN, edge computing and SD-Branch, so it warrants attention from networking teams.
Cisco software promises better end-to-end visibility of the IT infrastructure, including cloud, device, security, network, compute and apps.
Organisations are turning to hybrid cloud technology for greater agility, security, compliance and other benefits.
Cisco and IBM have partnered to offer managed private cloud-as-a-service for VMware and IBM/RedHat OpenShift environments.
If you think the cloud will drive data centres to extinction and that AI projects are doomed to fail, think again.
The warning about Cisco Firepower management software is rated critical among 26 other less urgent security advisories it issued.
With support for Windows Server 2008 ending, there’s still time to examine alternatives to upgrading.
Search giant follows Microsoft in offering route to legacy workload modernisation via new Power Systems service in Google Cloud Platform.
You don’t have to back up everything about every container, but it’s important to back up configurations.
Like any disruptive technology, serverless computing is surrounded by plenty of hope and hype.
By refusing to put a permanent backdoor in its iOS platform, Apple is protecting millions of users from future threats by both governments and hackers.
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