43 years ago, a small team led by Chuck Peddle changed the way society computes today. In 1975, encased in plastic, this 40-pin DIP 8-bit microprocessor, known as the MOS Technology 6502, made its debut. Why should you care? Not only was this the cheapest microprocessor on the shelf, but I believe, without this OG […]
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First Lady Melania Trump announced a guide to help children go online safely. It has problems. Melania’s guide is full of outdated, impractical, inappropriate, and redundant information. But that’s allowed, because it relies upon moral authority: to be moral is to be secure, to be moral is to do what the government tells you. It matters […]
Introduction With the advent of the internet, the technological advancements of wireless networking have increased by leaps and bounds. Recent years witnessed the rapid growth of wireless systems in… Go on to the site to read the full article The post Security+: Installing and Configuring Wireless Security Settings appeared first on Security Boulevard.
Open source has taken over the server side of things, but admins are doing a terrible job of keeping the software patched and up to date. Black Duck Software, a developer of auditing software for open-source security, has released its annual Open Source Security and Risk Analysis, which finds enterprise open source to be full […]
News 1 Jun, 2018 Clare Hopping The company has gained Unclassified DLM classification to store data
VMware suspend and resume technology lets you perform migration of GPU-accelerated VMs with minimal end-user disruption and no data loss. This ensures continuous availability and a dynamic, optimized data center for your GPU-enabled VDI environment. http://www.nvidia.com/vmware This video is via NVIDIA.
Client Snapshot: Sean O’Sullivan A self-described “technology addict,” Sean has been working in the IT industry for over a decade, doing his best to keep servers (and their users) happy. Outside of work, you’re likely to find him playing an unhealthy amount of Forza or attempting to build something. (The time machine is still a […]
VMware has released Horizon View 7.5.0 and other with support for vSphere 6.7 and other new features. they also released VMware User Environment Manager 9.4.0 and VMware App Volumes 2.14.0. There are also new versions of the Horizon Client 4.8. What’s new: Horizon Connection Server Horizon Console Horizon Console is the latest version of the Web interface […]
On-premises virtualized desktop delivery infrastructure is critical to Cerner performance and end user experience. This video is from the fine folks at Goliath Technologies.
Jim Yanik is currently a Senior Manager of End-User-Computing (EUC) Technical Marketing at VMware. Jim has over 25 years of experience in the IT field as a technical consultant, systems engineer, and technologist. His areas of experience include data center server and storage architecture, business mobility, and end-user computing. He is part of the team […]