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In a bid to encourage more open platforms, IBM announced its new Security Connect, MultiCloud Manager and AI OpenScale platforms.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The cloud is used by some of the most security minded organizations in the world. So why can’t we use it to streamline and strengthen the voting process? What would we need in a cloud-based voting system in order to trust it with something so important?
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft revamps the Windows 10 October update after users lose files, and Red Hat converges CoreOS features in OpenShift Container Platform 3.11.
CyberArk has integrated technology from Vaultive to create a new offering that looks to help organizations secure session and access management in the cloud.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite the fact that the Bloomberg BusinessWeek story about a tiny chip secretly installed in Super Micro servers is almost certainly wrong, the threat to the supply chain is very real.
Geospatial information system (GIS) solutions, which make sense of location-aware data and turn it into usable insights, are driving major disruptions across multiple sectors.
The new version of popular Linux distribution gets an updated look thanks to the new Yaru theme, among other enhancements.
There’s some good news from Facebook as the number of users actually impacted by the recent data breach has been reduced and no third-party apps were apparently affected either.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Google+ had a major vulnerability, but it wasn't a breach and Google+ isn't entirely dead (yet) either.
DAILY VIDEO: Symantec brings workload assurance security to the cloud, and Adobe aims to optimize shopping experiences with Magento Commerce Cloud.