Ian Betteridge

Apple Patches OS X Flaws

Apple Computer Inc. has released an update for its Mac OS X 10.4 operating system that fixes two security flaws, including one that potentially opened the platform up to...

Apple Opens Safari Browsers WebKit

Apples efforts to woo the open-source software community have taken another step forward with the announcement of the WebKit Open Source Project, which forms the core of its Safari...

Mac Office 12 to Support XML File Formats

Microsoft Corp. has confirmed that it will maintain file-level compatibility between its Windows and Mac office products after the introduction of new XML-based file formats in Office 12. In a...

Apples Talks with Intel Raise Eyebrows

The Wall Street Journals story that Apple is in talks with Intel over the possibility of using its processors in the Mac represent arguably the most solid confirmation yet...

Apple Patches Widget Malware Hole in Tiger

Apple Computer Inc. has quietly patched several security holes in Mac OS X 10.4, also known as "Tiger," including one that allows potentially malicious widgets to be downloaded and...

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Chambers Talks AI, Cybersecurity, Architectures and Market Transitions 

It’s been well over five years since John Chambers stepped down as the CEO of Cisco Systems, a company he took from being a...

Masergy Beefs Up its AIOps Capabilities 

A couple of weeks ago, I interviewed Chris MacFarland, CEO of SD-WAN and SASE provider, Masergy. While we talked about the importance of having...

Spectra Logic: Product Overview and Insight

Company: Spectra Logic (data storage and data management solutions) Company Description: Spectra Logic develops data storage and data management solutions that solve the problem of...

How Franciscan Health Traded Data Center for Cloud with Virtustream

In enterprise IT, it is difficult to find a larger or more pervasive subject than the continuing rise of cloud computing. Most of those...

How NVIDIA is Evolving from GPUs to xPUs 

This week NVIDIA is holding its digital GPU Technology Conference (GTC). Historically, the event has been focused on developers, gamers, data scientists, auto manufacturers...