James Rapoza

Getting Ready for IE7

Internet Explorer 7 is due to come out in the very near future (definitely before the end of October), and those who haven't tested the browser or made sure...

The Lion and the Mice

One of the most interesting parts of Microsoft watching is the relationship that Microsoft has with all the third-party software vendors that make products for the Windows platform. It...

Phishing for Trouble

A recent study tested several popular browser-based tools for helping to protect users from phishing Web sites designed to steal their personal data. Since the study, performed by 3Sharp,...

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Dell Unveils, Explains APEX ‘Portfolio-as-a-Service’

In one of its busiest news-making days in the last few years, Dell EMC on May 5 at its  virtualized Dell Technologies World unveiled...

Dell-VMware Split a Hot Topic for IT Watchers

An old Bob Dylan song titled “The Times They are A-Changin' ” reminds me of what’s going on in tech today. The reality is...

Why It’s Critical to Manage Privileges and Access Across Your Multi-Cloud Environments

Conventional approaches to privileged access and identity management are ineffective in today’s cloud-oriented DevSecOps environments. The concept of least privilege access still remains foundational...

Five Hidden Costs in Code Migration: How to Avoid Surprise Expenses

Migration to the cloud is in full flight. The most complex challenge involved in completing these migrations is not moving the data but migrating...

IBM Moves into the Container-Native Storage Lane

Data storage stands at an odd crossroads today. From a technological perspective, storage vendors continue to deliver the goods in terms of solutions becoming...