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​Learn how to run Linux on Microsoft’s Azure cloud

must read What is cloud computing? Everything you need to know from public and private cloud to software as a service An introduction to cloud computing from IaaS and PaaS to hybrid, public and private cloud. Read More Video: Microsoft’s Azure boosts security with “confidential computing” service Everyone knows Linux is the operating system of choice on most public clouds. ... Read More »

Windows apps on Linux: Wine 3.0 is out now with Direct3D 10, 11 support

Video: Samsung app will turn phone into Linux PC free pdf Special report: The future of Everything as a Service SaaS has set off a revolution in the way companies consume services on-demand. We look at how it’s spreading to other IT services and transforming IT jobs. Read More Wine 3.0 is now available to help you run Windows applications ... Read More »

Windows vs Linux: Open source beats Microsoft to win Barcelona’s backing

Video: Supercomputing has an undisputed champion: Linux Here’s Barcelona’s cunning plan to be new heart for digital health, biotech Given its tech skills, concentration of universities and hospitals, and surge in funding, Barcelona has factors in common with Boston’s biotech cluster. Read More The City of Barcelona is embarking on a new tech plan to purge proprietary software and replace ... Read More »

AMD processors: Not as safe as you might have thought

Meltdown and Spectre are bad news with a capital B. While Intel has gotten most of the ink for its design mistakes, AMD chips, contrary to what you might have heard, aren’t completely safe either. In a posting. Mark Papermaster, AMD’s CTO, admitted Google Project Zero (GPZ) Variant 1 (Bounds Check Bypass or Spectre) is applicable to AMD processors. But, ... Read More »

Hands-On: Raspberry Pi Zero 3-Port USB Hub with Ethernet

The Raspberry Pi Zero has been a wonder since it was first introduced. So much power (and so much fun!) in such a small package. Ah, but there was the problem, too – such a small package, that it didn’t have room for very many connectors, and the ones that it had were smaller than the standard-sized connectors on the ... Read More »

Kali Linux 2017.3 hands-on: The best alternative to Raspbian for your Raspberry Pi

Linux distributions designed for security analysis, penetration testing, and forensic analysis are all the rage these days. It seems like you can hardly swing a dead cat (or a dead computer) without hitting one. As a dedicated Linux user I consider that to be a good thing, simply because choice is always good, and it is always good to have ... Read More »

Kali Linux 2017.3 hands-on: The best alternative to Raspbian for your Raspberry Pi

Linux distributions designed for security analysis, penetration testing, and forensic analysis are all the rage these days. It seems like you can hardly swing a dead cat (or a dead computer) without hitting one. As a dedicated Linux user I consider that to be a good thing, simply because choice is always good, and it is always good to have ... Read More »

​Red Hat on its way to becoming the first billion-dollar-a-quarter open-source company

must read From Linux to Cloud, why Red Hat matters for every enterprise Today, Red Hat dominates enterprise Linux. Tomorrow, it wants to rule the cloud. Don’t bet against it. Read More The stock market is a strange beast. The SEC suspended trading on The Crypto Company, a Bitcoin company that has zoomed up 17,000 percent in the last three ... Read More »

Chromebooks and Office 365 together will challenge Windows laptops

review Android apps on Chromebook: Ready for mainstream use? Most, but not all. Read More Video: Samsung’s new Chromebook Pro hybrid can run Android apps It’s no secret that I’m not a Windows fan. I’m beginning to wonder if Microsoft isn’t either. Hear me out. On Nov. 27, Chromebook users discovered that Office 365 would run on some of their ... Read More »

Mint 18.3: The best Linux desktop takes big steps forward

The rising tension between IoT and ERP systems The Internet of Things is the new frontier. However, generations of ERP systems were not designed to handle global networks of sensors and devices. Read More I run many operating systems every day, from macOS, to Windows 7 and 10, to more Linux desktop distributions than you can shake a stick at. ... Read More »

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