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TREND ANALYSIS: More elemental things—such as human emotion and social connectedness—play as big a role in determining the health and well-being of people as any lab diagnostic or surgical procedure.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The Linux Foundation's Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) is among the most active and successful, open-source organizations today. What are the key metrics and reasons behind the CNCF's growth?
eWEEK DATA POINTS: Former Dell storage executive Laz Vekiarides of ClearSky Data offers readers key insight about the potential impact Dell’s newly public status could have on enterprise data storage and management.
NEWS ANALYSIS: To the current concoction of chaotic conundrums--tariffs, political discord, trade sanctions, IP theft and others--you can add the mix of emerging technologies not only disrupting industries but also dismantling the very walls that once separated them.
A new vulnerability in the core runc container code could potentially enable a malicious container to get access to the host operating system. Major vendors and cloud providers are already pushing out patches, but there are other things users can do to limit risk.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: DevOps has been a popular and successful approach to handling new-gen app development. In this article, CEO Fernando Areias of Liferay Cloud discusses the five trends he sees reshaping the world of DevOps.
IT SECURITY ANALYSIS: Highly publicized data breaches, increasing vulnerabilities and new privacy regulations globally are pushing companies to increase spending on trusted IT security tools, staff, and hiring. But about a third of enterprises are falling behind in upgrading their systems.
Months after becoming a separate stand-alone business from Centrify, Idaptive is now launching its unified approach to helping organizations manage identity and access.
DAILY VIDEO: Dell EMC brings Azure Stack to the edge, and Extreme Networks looks to protect enterprises from IoT security risks.
NEWS ANALYSIS: New satellites are aimed at low-latency broadband, IoT and voice communications using relatively low-cost terminals and equipment and providing improved speeds. The Iridium Certus 9770, which is about the size of an iPhone X, can be used for pretty much any type of data an IoT...
Google is looking to further the development and advancement of a model for security known as confidential computing, which will help to protect the integrity of workloads, wherever they're running.