IT & Networking

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Serverless cloud computing: Don`t go overboard
The new cry from the big public cloud providers is ‘serverless computing for everything.’ Don’t be fooled.
David Linthicum
InfoWorld
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Migrating to the cloud Is a good start, but what you do next is critical
In complex hybrid cloud environments, visibility, automation and security measures can simplify management and improve efficiency post-migration.
Norman Rice
Network World
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Thinking of becoming an IT manager? Consider these key questions
If you`re looking to move into IT management, be sure you evaluate both the upsides and any potential downsides. Here are some questions to help you determine whether this is the right path to pursue.
Mary Shacklett
TechRepublic
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Cisco introduces its first server built for AI and ML workloads
Cisco`s new UCS server covers each stage of the AI and ML lifecycle.
Andy Patrizio
Network World
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Best Wi-Fi routers 2018: Reviews and buying advice
Few elements of your home’s infrastructure have a bigger impact on your tech life. We’ll help you find just the right router to anchor your home network.
Michael Brown
PC World
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Why Fiber? Eight Pillars of Secure Digital Communications
Why choose fiber? When would I use fiber instead of copper?...
Burt Patton
Patton
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Warning: DO NOT install the latest version of CCleaner
A month ago, I wrote about how I felt Avast was ruining CCleaner, the excellent system cleaning software it took over when it acquired Piriform last year.
Wayne Williams
Beta News
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Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is now certified for Intel NUC
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS has announced that it is is now certified on selected Intel NUC Mini PCs and boards.
Richard Harris
App Developer Magazine
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The role of the mainframe in digital transformation
Today’s economy centers around the idea of technologies being connected
Subodh Singh
App Developer Magazine
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Quantum-secured network `virtually un-hackable`
A U.K.-based broadband supplier has completed a quantum-key distribution (QKD) secured fiber internet link that it says hackers can`t penetrate.
Patrick Nelson
Network World
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Raspberry Pi supercomputers: From DIY clusters to 750-board monsters
The Pi clusters that push the $35 board to its limits.
Nick Heath
Tech Republic
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State of the cloud wars: What we just learned about Microsoft, Amazon, and Google
Each of the big three cloud vendors reported earnings last week, but some were far more forthcoming about their businesses than others.
Matt Asay
TechRepublic