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Month: August 2018

Technology Sales and Consulting

Samsung Launches Its Flagship Galaxy Note 9 Phablet

DAILY VIDEO: Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 phablet goes on sale at major carriers, and Google is adding application “side access panel” to G Suite.

Kubernetes Development Infrastructure Moving Out of Google Control

At the Open Source Summit, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation announces a new project and big move for Kubernetes.

AMD Shifts to TSMC as Globalfoundries Ends 7nm Development

Globalfoundries will focus its resources on building out its 14nm and 12nm processes, while AMD will create its 7nm CPUs and GPUs with TSMC.

New Box Activity Stream Links to Slack, Salesforce, DocuSign Cloud Apps

Continuing its drive to become “the content hub for the digital workplace,” Box announced new features designed to make it easier to view, manage and secure content across a range of cloud applications.

How Canonical Is Improving Ubuntu Linux Security

VIDEO: Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical and Ubuntu Linux, discusses a recent cryptojacking attack and efforts his company is taking to secure users and applications.

Box, Google Collaboration Tools Rapidly Becoming Interchangeable

The cloud storage and tools management provider introduced a new, more complete collaboration with Google’s G Suite in a public beta, building upon a longtime existing partnership with the internet search leader.

Pivot3 Unveils Hyperconverged Infrastructure for the Rugged Edge

The company’s Intelligent Edge Command and Control offering is a hardened, self-contained solution aimed at harsh environments, like battlefields.

Cryptojacking Attacks Growing Rapidly, Trend Micro Reports

Trend Micro’s 2018 midyear security report finds that ransomware attack volume is growing slowly, while cryptojacking continues to escalate.

AWS Launches Over the Air Updates for IoT Backbone FreeRTOS

The operating system for microcontrollers enables low-powered connected devices, such as appliances, fitness trackers, industrial sensors, smart utility meters, security systems and a long list of others.

Defending Against ‘Foreshadow’ Intel CPU Attacks: What You Need to Do

JULY RECAP VIDEO: Just because there are updates available that fix Foreshadow flaw doesn’t mean you’re protected. There are other steps that must also be taken.