Here’s a live blog from Glenn Dekhayser to get you up to speed on everything announced on the Day 1 NetApp Insight Keynote.
What Are Favorites?
Gestalt IT creates link posts to our favorite material from around the web in the category of Favorites.
Linus Torvalds is returning from his self-imposed exile from the Linux development community. After a month away, it seems he’s ready to live up to the new kernel developer Code of Conduct.
Over the weekend, the European Commission approved with Microsoft acquisition of GitHub. Notably, the regulator imposed no conditions on the deal.
Samsung has reported they are beginning mass production of 7nm chips using extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUVL). This is a significant step forward for chip fabrication. 7nm alone feels like it borders on the physically impossible. But using EUVL brings in a lot of other benefits, like shrinking production cycles, and increasing potential transistor density. Samsung is […]
The privacy-focused ProtonMail is celebrating their four-year anniversary. If you haven’t already, the service is definitely worth a look.
This piece by Scott Lowe breaks down why ActualTech Media made the switch from Slack to Microsoft Teams. For their organization, context and deep integrations made Teams a better choice.
Bruce Schneier breaks down why traditionally encryption may be in trouble once quantum computing becomes a reality, and what security researchers are doing to keep things locked down.
As a long time Have I Been Pwned fan, I like to keep up with what Troy Hunt is saying about security. In this post, he makes the argument that publicly shaming bad corporate security is a net positive. This kind of direct public pressure, either from journalists, security researchers, or anyone with social reach, […]
Network4Dev is a new site created by Daniel Dib and Cristian Sîrbu to give application developers a base of technical articles about networking. It’s a really interesting idea, and we hope the IT community will help build it into a true resource to make better applications.
With all the new features of Windows Server 2019, Azure Hybrid Benefits might have slipped by unnoticed. But it’s the kind of thing that might have been verboten by Microsoft a few years ago. It shows the company is able to be agile and creative when it comes to their growing cloud solutions.