IT is the new electricity? Keith Townsend makes a fairly convincing argument.
ProtonMail has provided highly secure email, but isn’t the most convenient solution to actually use. With the release of the ProtonMail Bridge, users can now integrate ProtonMail into their mail client of choice.
FreeNAS 11.1 was just released. Notable new features include OpenZFS performance optimizations, a beta of Docker support, and public cloud syncing.
Can an organization actualize the benefits of hyperconverged infrastructure without changing their IT methodology?
When you’re hearing a briefing from a IT company, it’s easy to get bogged down in new features, architectural changes, and value propositions. What often gets lost when taking a high level overview is the actual implementation and living with a solution long term. Jake Snyder does a great job illustrating the licensing morass that […]
Toshiba, Western Digital, and Bain Capital have finally reached an agreement that will allow Toshiba to sell their chip division. How will this effect the overall NAND market?
So you know you want to learn about container orchestration, but which platform do you hitch your IT horse to? Docker Swarm and Kubernetes are popular choices (especially the latter), but what criteria do you use to choose between the two?
IDC predicts cloud spending will hit $554 billion by 2021, doubling since 2016. With the ever expanding features and capabilities of the public cloud, will private clouds still have a place in the enterprise?
Ahh the purpetually growing inbox that seemingly beguiles us all. In this post, Ethan Banks runs down how he’s trying to get to the legendary Inbox Zero nirvana.
Blockchain is about verification. Ray Lucchesi recently shared how the IXO Foundation is applying the technology to the UN’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development.