The EU GDPR data privacy regulation is set to go live later this year. What is GDPR? What makes it so special for the protection of personal data? What do you need to know to get compliant before it’s too late? Tom Hollingsworth walks you through the pieces to help make sense of this landmark regulation.
For this week’s IT Origins Interview, we got to talk to Enrico Signoretti. He’s the Head of Product Strategy at OpenIO. Throughout the interview we find out how he got his start in IT, where he falls on current IT trends, and finish up with some great advice.
This week on the Gestalt IT Rundown, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss if Google’s new certification program will displace A+, what are the public cloud impacts of the Spectre bug, and the Bob Ross of Machine Learning.
Apple introduced the Touch Bar at the end of 2016 as a way to bring an ergonomically sound touch screen to macOS. Over a year later, and the interface has limited functionality and incomplete developer support. To fill this gap, BetterTouchTool lets you fully customize the interface.
Slack went down for a lot of users this week, demonstrating the downside of depending on a SaaS app for your work productivity. Mattermost is a privately hosted Slack alternative. Is it right for you?
The future of Ethernet is getting faster every day. Andy Bechtolsheim of Arista knows that as well as anyone. That’s why he takes a look at where 400Gbps Ethernet is today and how soon it will be arriving. Tom Hollingsworth looks at his presentation and discusses why it’s a very telling look at the future of networking.
In this IT Origins interview, we talk with Gina Minks. Find out how she got her start in IT, what are her most annoying buzzwords, and how IT has changed since she began her career.
Welcome to the Not-CES iteration of the Gestalt IT Rundown! Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino are here to discuss the IT news of the week. This week, they discuss the new WPA3 spec from the Wi-Fi Alliance, the performance impact of the Spectre patches on Windows, and the coming cryptocurrency bubble apocalypse.
Never heard of IP Infusion? You’re not alone. The company was founded by the team behind GNU Zebra, and has commercialized it under ZebOS since 1999. They’ve recently moved from purely an OEM company into providing white box switch and virtualized network operating systems. It’s an interesting move into some of the more exciting areas in enterprise IT.
StoONE promises to deliver high-end storage array performance for pennies on the dollar. How? That’s the big question.