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Jack M. Germain
Zorin OS Core Makes GNOME More Comfortable
03/20/20 11:05 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1310 Words

Since its debut in July 2009 Zorin OS cofounder Artyom Zorin has hawked his distribution as an ideal Microsoft Windows replacement. That description is a strong selling point for this easier-to-use computing platform, but anyone looking for a perfect Windows replacement will...

Jack M. Germain
Red Hat's Virtual Summit Crowds Hint at Future Conference Models
05/07/20 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1662 Words

To that end, he detailed the growing partnerships with industry leaders including Ford Motor Company , Verizon , Intel, Microsoft and Credit Suisse.

"Hybrid requires a common development, operations, security and automation environment. This is essential in order to scale. Hybrid isn't...

John P. Mello Jr.
Facebook Gaming Powers Ahead With Live Streaming
04/21/20 10:25 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 962 Words

Some 700 million users already engage in gaming on the platform, but with its dedicated app Facebook is locking horns with the leaders in the market -- Amazon, Google and Microsoft.

The company will release the Facebook Gaming app for...

Jack M. Germain
GitHub Expands Free Feature Access, Slices Other Costs
04/16/20 11:40 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1575 Words

Microsoft purchased GitHub, a software hosting and version-control platform, for US$7.5 billion in June 2018.

Previously, if an organization wanted to use GitHub for private development, it had to subscribe to one of GitHub's paid plans. However, all developers should have...

Rob Enderle
HP's COVID-19 Response: There Should Be an Award for This
04/27/20 11:16 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1561 Words

Facial recognition is compelling, but systems like Microsoft Hello require unique cameras that most folks don't have, and regular facial recognition can be fooled with video files. More recently, these systems can be fooled with Deep Fakes that allow remote attackers to...

Jack M. Germain
Ubuntu 'Focal Fossa' Homes In on Enterprise Security
04/23/20 1:24 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1200 Words

Microsoft and Ubuntu
The new Windows Subsystem for Linux v2 in Windows 10 enables deep and direct integration of Ubuntu in Windows desktops and servers. WSL2 is used for cross-platform development and for sophisticated blended Windows/Linux production capabilities, according to...

Richard Adhikari
Open COVID Pledge Makes Critical IP Freely Accessible for Pandemic Fight
04/09/20 11:02 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1029 Words

"Many companies with cloud resources, such as Google , IBM, Microsoft and HPE have joined forces with U.S. government research labs and academia to form the COVID-19 High-Performance Computing Consortium to pull together the latest in computing resources for use by the...

Peter Suciu
The Tech Industry's Tectonic Shift
03/27/20 8:53 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1421 Words

Many trade show and conference organizers are opting to utilize a digital or virtual experience instead -- and companies such as Microsoft and Ubisoft already have announced plans to hold online-only events in place of their respective E3 press conferences.


Richard Adhikari
Instagram Combats COVID-19 Misinformation, Social Isolation
03/25/20 10:39 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1008 Words

Facebook, Google , LinkedIn, Microsoft, Reddit , Twitter and YouTube last week announced they would collaborate to combat misinformation about coronavirus.

However, their efforts might not be enough, suggested Miller. "Just today, on Facebook, I was served a sponsored ad...

Jack M. Germain
Concerns Grow That COVID-19 Could Take Down the Internet
03/24/20 12:13 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2074 Words

It may not be a question of if but when the Internet will reach the breaking point under the strain of...

Peter Suciu
COVID-19 and Computer Security, Part 2: Shoring Up Systems for Remote Workers
03/19/20 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1065 Words

COVID-19 and Computer Security, Part 1: Telecommuting Risks: Shoring Up Systems for Remote Workers As companies send employees home in...

Jack M. Germain
Open Source Tech Rushes to Front Lines of COVID-19 War
03/18/20 12:50 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1798 Words

... Source software, once the scorn of Microsoft and profit-seeking software developers, is playing an active role in efforts to combat COVID-19's spread. Several open source projects are assisting health providers and helping people mitigate some of the hardships associated with the pandemic.

Rob Enderle
3 Things the Tech Industry Could Do to Mitigate Pandemic Problems
03/16/20 11:19 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1313 Words

Zoom needs a Zoom client, WebEx needs a WebEx client, Skype and Teams seem unable to interconnect despite the fact they both come from Microsoft.

If we are going to enable employees to work from home fully, we need to make...

Rob Enderle
COVID-19 and the End of Daily Life as We Know It
03/09/20 10:31 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1892 Words

I expect that tools like Microsoft's Yammer increasingly will be used to facilitate collaboration across large pools of remote employees.

The Death of Events
I'm about to call events effectively dead, at least for the near term future.

Jack M. Germain
Microsoft Becomes Master of Its Own Linux Kernel
05/09/19 8:56 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1843 Words

This marks the first time that Microsoft will include the Linux kernel as a component in Windows. Microsoft also introduced a Windows command line terminal that will add functionality to PowerShell and WSL.

Both the in-house custom-built Linux kernel for WSL2 and...

Jack M. Germain
Microsoft's Edge Goes With the Chromium Flow
04/10/19 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1050 Words

... on Monday released the first Dev and Canary channel builds of the next version of Microsoft Edge, which is based on the Chromium open source project. The company last year revealed that it was reworking its Edge browser to be based on...

Jack M. Germain
What Microsoft's GitHub Deal Promises to Programmers
06/11/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1470 Words

... sent tremors through the open source world last week, when it announced that it would acquire the popular developer platform GitHub for US$7.5 billion in company stock. Microsoft will acquire GitHub subject to closing conditions and completion of regulatory review. The acquisition...

Chris Maxcer
Appletizing Microsoft: All You Need Is Love
10/19/15 10:25 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2271 Words

... question that's been bugging me lately is this: Why hasn't Microsoft managed to break through with mobile consumer devices? While Apple has been breaking into the enterprise through consumer demand, Microsoft's enterprise tradition hasn't been helping with consumers. Case in point? Windows...

Laura DiDio
Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? - Part 2
08/11/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1578 Words

Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? - Part 1 You'd think that Microsoft was all but dead, judging by some of the industry scuttlebutt. Microsoft's tactical and strategic technology and business missteps are well publicized and dissected ad infinitum.

Less well documented are Microsoft's...

Laura DiDio
Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? - Part 1
08/04/12 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1386 Words

... been a busy summer for Microsoft and chief executive Steve Ballmer. In recent weeks, the software giant released customer previews and ship dates for the newest versions of its flagship Windows and Office products; purchased Yammer, a cloud-based enterprise social networking company;...

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