Justin Vandegrift

Will Microsofts Orcas Make a Splash?

After experiencing Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, code-named Orcas, for the first time, I found myself asking, "Whats new?" For current users of the IDE, the answer initially will probably...

Eclipse Europa Needs Some Polishing

Eclipse Europa Needs SomePolishing">The Eclipse project has matured as a solid IDE, but the latest version—Europa Release 3.3—is a bit rough around the edges.By now, you have probably heard...

SlickEdit 2007 Offers Smooth Features, Few Wrinkles

Todays Integrated Development Environments have, over several generations, matured into robust tools with broad, tightly coupled, feature sets. Visual Studio, arguably the most popular of these, has bloated into...

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Taming the Overprivileged Cloud

Enterprises are struggling with a swelling number of cloud identities, credentials sprawl and privilege creep. Gartner has sounded the alarm: by 2023, 75% of...

The CIO’s Guide to Building a Rockstar Data Science and AI Team

Just about everyone agrees that data scientists and AI developers are the new superstars of the tech industry. But ask a group of CIOs...

Zero Trust Access: 5 Key Points To Deploy ZTA to Your Network

The concept of “Zero Trust” was coined back in 2010, on the basis that traditional perimeter security models failed to provide adequate protection because...

Cisco’s Kaustubh Das: The Importance of Commonality in the Cloud

Kaustubh Das, VP and GM of Cloud and Compute at Cisco, discusses why a coherent overall approach is so essential to an enterprise cloud...

AMD Advantage Builds On The Intel Evo Trend

Intel Evo, as a program, was and is inspired in that it has broad applicability to the need to better assure an Apple-like experience...