Must-have Information for IT & IT Security Pros
Despite the undeniable growth of cloud services, many enterprises still operate their own data centers.read more
In conversations with vendors or with attendees at technology conferences, you often hear discussions about DevOps. Companies will tell you how they are embracing this cutting edge trend and making it possible for developers and operations staff at businesses to work together.
When it comes to predicting the future of technology, we stink. I mean all of us. Pundits, journalists, analysts, etc. We are all limited and shortsighted in our attempts to predict what technology will eventually look like. Even those people who make their livings as futurists have a success average that, if they were professional baseball players, would get them kicked out of the major leagues.
Talk to any business doing SDN or any analyst covering it, and you’re going to get some pretty bland and obvious examples of how SDN can be used. The problem is, everyone is looking at SDN from their own particular experience and perspective.
Our analyst points out that security relies too much on technology, and that human experience, interpretation, and judgment will always be required. But here is an example of too much faith being placed in humans, and an obvious opportunity to leverage proven and widely-used technology.
Here are some of the business implications raised by the Heartbleed bug, disclosed as CVE-2014-0160.
For over a year, Microsoft has told us about the risks of continuing to run Windows XP after its last day — that day has arrived.