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Cloud-based VPNs can ease network traffic overload due to COVID-19

Software-defined perimeters are a modern way to balance security with the demands of the mobile workforce.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 17:43

The Python 2 clock has expired. Now is the time to upgrade or punt.

The end of support for Python 2 could mean an upgrade project…or a calculated risk. Here's how to decide, even if you "aren't a Python shop."
  • 17 avril 2020 à 17:45

Apollo 13: Misconceptions and myths endure

April 17, 2020 marks 50 years that NASA's ill-fated Apollo 13 ended with the recovery of all crew members. "Houston, we have a problem…" is just one detail about the mission that is inaccurate.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 17:59

Developers: This new tool spots critical security bugs 97% of the time

Microsoft claims a machine learning models its built for software developers can distinguish between security and non-security bugs 99% of the time.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 19:01

New privacy laws require an update to document retention policies

The new challenge is to make sure data minimization guidelines include a specific timeline for deleting unnecessary information.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 19:20

5G connections could help doctors, teachers, and telecommuters during the pandemic

Supply chain issues and other coronavirus disruptions will slow down the expansion, even as demand for fast connections increases.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 19:33

IBM, Linux Foundation see great response from COBOL programmers

The computer giant and foundation have partnered on initiatives to pair programmers with states seeking help with unemployment systems during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 20:27

4 tips for enterprise holding virtual events and digital summits amid COVID-19

The pandemic has forced every organization to move events online but it's not always as easy as it looks. Here's how to work out the kinks.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 20:27

How a 2017 snowstorm prepared an Oregon hospital system for the COVID-19 pandemic

When the growing pandemic and expected work-from-home orders became apparent by March 1, the health system put the lessons learned from that snowstorm into place.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 20:44

How to split a column using an IF() function in Excel

If you need to conditionally split values into multiple columns in Microsoft Excel, consider using the IF() function. Here's how.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 21:06

AI and machine learning are making insurance more predictable

Data helps the insurance company, the agency, and the customer make better predictions and choices.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 21:58

Zoom: A cheat sheet about the video conferencing solution

Zoom is now a household name for work-from-home employees. Here is your guide to Zoom basics, including its security vulnerabilities and video conferencing alternatives such as Microsoft Teams.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 23:35

A look into Chabot Observatory's critical role in bringing the Apollo 13 spacecraft home 50 years ago

Find out how an observatory in northern California helped NASA plot the course home for astronauts Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Jack Swigert on Apollo 13.
  • 17 avril 2020 à 23:57

IBM puts out the call for developers to fight COVID-19 during Call for Code Global Challenge

IBM, the United Nations and The Linux Foundation are asking coders, developers and software engineers to join the global fight against the coronavirus pandemic during the 2020 Call for Code.
  • 18 avril 2020 à 00:48

Microsoft Windows Admin Center: How it can help you manage remote PCs and servers

With staff working from home, Microsoft's web-based server administration tools will help to keep the lights on in data centres and in the public cloud.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 12:09

Scammers exploiting stimulus payments with phishing attacks and malicious domains

Since January, more than 4,000 domains related to coronavirus stimulus packages have been registered, many of them malicious or suspicious, according to Check Point Research.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 14:30

Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro now available nationwide

The multipurpose smartphone, introduced in January, was designed to make it easier for frontline workers to do their job in any environment, according to the company.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 16:01

How to force URLs in Slack to open in your default Android mobile web browser

Stop opening URLs from Slack in WebView and use your built-in Android browser for a more efficient and secure experience.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 17:42

Earth Day space take: Cleaning up space debris around our home planet

As one would imagine, scooping up cosmic trash in the vacuum of space is no easy task. Three companies at the forefront of space debris removal provide insights on this unique set of challenges.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 18:15

How to use Skype Meet Now for quick virtual meetings

Skype Meet Now offers a faster and simpler way to run a virtual meeting.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 18:23

Coronavirus spurring interest in biology, games, cooking, and learning

A surge in activity at specific online communities run by Stack Exchange reveals what people want to learn and do as a result of COVID-19.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 18:59

Enter to win a NordVPN subscription*

10 grand prize winners will be able to send and receive data while remaining secure online with NordVPN. *Open to the US, Puerto Rico, and Canada (excluding Quebec).
  • 20 avril 2020 à 20:00

Top 5 open source licenses trends

Understanding the type of open source license you need for your database project can help make your job easier. Tom Merritt explains five trends to know about open source licenses.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 22:19

System on a chip takes IoT processing to the edge

These smart systems can help edge computing move to the next level.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 22:21

Ventilator response project in NYC addresses tremendous need

A New York volunteer tech consortium from Newlab will quickly produce thousands of MIT's innovative FDA-authorized automatic resuscitators, called Spiro Wave.
  • 20 avril 2020 à 22:33

IT directors plan to protect cloud budgets and consolidate vendors during downturn

A new survey shows technology leaders are relying more than ever on agile and DevOps practices to deliver faster software releases.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 06:00

Three-quarters of end-of-life IT equipment is not recycled

Despite 83% of companies adopting Corporate Social Responsibility policies, only a quarter sanitize and reuse discarded equipment, according to a new study.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 11:00

Cisco and Google announce joint SD-WAN cloud hub

The multicloud network fabric helps facilitate application use across the enterprise and improve customer experience.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 16:00

Bad bots now account for almost a quarter of all website traffic

Designed to mimic legitimate users, these bots allow attackers to mine data, brute force login credentials, and harvest personal information, according to Imperva.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 16:20

Ubuntu 20.04: The most exciting new features

Ubuntu fans, it's that time of the year--the next release is upon us! Watch for these features to be included with Ubuntu 20.04.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 16:21

How US supply chains can improve operations post-pandemic

Lessons learned from failures during COVID-19 include not relying on a single supplier overseas and finding ones that are closer to their customers, experts say.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 16:28

How to install the Gradle Build Tool on Linux for automated building

Learn how to install Gradle on a data center Linux server for project build automation and delivery.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 17:48

How to improve virtual meetings during coronavirus pandemic

Collaboration tools can ensure productivity but IT needs to take three steps to mitigate business disruptions, according to Gartner.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 18:22

Ransomware: Why SMBs are especially vulnerable to attacks

Many small- and mid-sized business owners say they lack of the time or resources to effectively battle ransomware, according to a survey from security provider Infrascale.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 18:34

IDC predicts 2020 hardware spending will drop by 5%, and software spending will rise by 2%

Forecast suggests healthcare and telecoms may increase IT spending slightly in response to new business demands due to the coronavirus.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 18:48

How Next.js aims to simplify front-end development

Vercel's $21 million in funding could go a long way toward improving front-end development.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 18:51

How to add an automated signature to a Microsoft Word document

Whether you're adding a blank signature line or a picture of your real signature, the process is made easy by Word.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 18:52

How to share files via Bluetooth on Android 9 or 10

Learn how to share files between your Android 9 or 10 device and a Bluetooth-enabled desktop, laptop, or tablet.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 19:17

6.4M tons of CO2 will pollute the atmosphere in 2020 due to dark data

Information stored in data centers but never used is expected to hurt the planet, wasting an enormous amount of energy, Veritas found.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 19:21

How organizations can better manage and prioritize security patches

Discovering how not to treat all vulnerabilities as equal is a key strategy in patch management, says risk-based vulnerability firm Kenna Security.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 19:46

COVID-19 lockdowns are causing a huge spike in data breaches

Fears over data leaks from remote workers are not only founded, they're much worse than anticipated, said the International Association of IT Asset Managers.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 20:25

Vacancy: Hotels are using this time to rethink tech infrastructure

The hospitality industry is in dire straits due to the coronavirus lockdown. Rather than waiting idly on the sidelines, some companies are using this time to retool.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 20:48

Security teams want new tools but lack the budget to experiment

A survey of 100 security professionals found that traditional defenses are prone to failure.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 20:52

The importance of cross-training

Flexibility is going to be a critical asset in a rapidly changing world. Cross-training can build additional flexibility into your workforce.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 20:52

Glassdoor releases new tools to help people get hired during the COVID-19 pandemic

The job search engine unveiled its coronavirus-dedicated job search hub and free virtual event to help people find employment.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 21:04

Initiative hopes to accelerate diagnostics and treatment for COVID-19

Medable Inc. announces a multicompany research framework and launches a mobile app to connect homebound Americans with researchers to help find a remedy.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 21:21

COVID-19: What to do if you're considering a job change

Looking for a job is tough right now, but a career coach gives tips for those looking to jump ship.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 22:08

TechRepublic's Dynamic Developer podcast

TechRepublic's Dynamic Developer with Bill Detwiler is now available as a podcast on Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play, and Apple Podcasts.
  • 24 septembre 2020 à 22:29

US tech industry had 12.1 million employees in 2019

New report from CompTIA says US tech workforce grew by 2.3 million jobs last year.
  • 21 avril 2020 à 22:48

COVID-19 contact tracing: The tricky balance between privacy and relief efforts

As more governments consider the use of contact tracing apps to prevent the spread of coronavirus, researchers say privacy will have to be at the forefront of efforts in order for civilians to use it.
  • 22 avril 2020 à 06:15