Microsoft Edge is dead, long live Microsoft Edge! Microsoft has announced their browser will be rebuilt to run on the open source Chromium engine. This will lead to seeing the browser in more places, and could have major implications for Microsoft’s future OS plans.
I’ve been keen on rack-scale composable infrastructure for years. Decades even. But it’s only recently that we’ve had the technology to make it happen. You can now create a system or a rack that can flexibly allocate storage and compute using a shared I/O channel. But what if you could add more elements and “decompose” the server further? That’s what Liqid is promising with their latest announcements.
Get your IT news fix from Tom Hollingsworth and Ken Nalbone on the Gestalt IT Rundown. They breakdown the news from Microsoft Connect, Ken’s thoughts on this year’s re:Invent, and more cloudy goodness.
It’s always DNS, right? But what would happen in a world where DNS had better management, better reporting, and you had more control over things? How would it look then? What if it’s not always DNS?
This is post 13 of 15 in the series “Pure Storage 2018 Tech Talks” Pure Storage has recently made an interesting announcement about a new set of cloud products and services designed to help its customers to manage hybrid-cloud infrastructures. On one hand, there is Cloud Block Store based on Purity OS, the OS that […]
The Gestalt IT Rundown is getting back to work after the long holiday weekend. This week Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss the news from AWS re:Invent and the other top IT news.
Security is a complicated thing to deal with in the modern world. What we need now more than anything is education about what we face. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at some of the things that impact our secure world and an upcoming event that can shed some light on how to face those challenges.
Security has a huge impact on your WAN strategy. This becomes even more apparent when you move to an SD-WAN architecture. Jed Casey takes a look at some of the things you need to consider when looking at SD-WAN security.
Germany has published a draft outline security rules for SOHO routers. We dig into some of the peculiarities of the rules, and what might have been left out.
The word is spreading on the Internet that respected secure email provider ProtonMail has been hacked by an anonymous group. A pastebin post claims that the company intentionally undermined its own security features, allowing the hacker group to infiltrate the front-end code and steal the passwords and data. They also make some wild claims about ProtonMail’s own activities and those of their users.