Welcome to the first of two days of low workforce production and nail biting moments that lead into 3 glorious weeks March Madness. The first round of 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament tips off today and it should be another doozy of an experience. With everyone scrambling to […]
In a follow up to Tuesday’s significant disruption of Amazon Web Services (AWS), the company announced yesterday that the reason for the mishap was due to human-error…a typo to be exact. “The Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) team was debugging an issue causing the S3 billing system to progress more […]
At its Google Cloud Platform conference GCP Next 16, Google made a slew of announcements including partnerships with Splunk, BMC, and Tenable, the introduction of Stackdriver, machine learning advancements, and enterprise feature enhancements. Stackdriver is a unified monitoring, logging, and diagnostics service for Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, and […]
Tech heavyweights including Microsoft, Samsung, Intel, Qualcomm, Cisco, ARRIS, Electrolux, CableLabs, and GE Digital announced the formation of the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) aimed at helping to unify Internet of Things (IoT) standards so businesses and developers can create IoT solutions and devices that cooperate with one another. According to […]
Microsoft announced the technical preview of Azure Stack, which the company calls the next phase of its hybrid cloud strategy and the only hybrid cloud platform consistent with a leading public cloud. The offering enables companies to deliver Azure services from their own data centers. “With Azure Stack, Microsoft is […]
WordPress announced that WordPress 4.4.1 is now available. It’s described specifically as a security release for all previous versions, and they “strongly” encourage you to update your sites ASAP. The update is a response to WordPress versions 4.4 and earlier being affected by a cross-site scripting vulnerability that could allow […]
Google announced on Wednesday that employees of Google Apps-using businesses and organizations can now install apps from the Google Apps Marketplace without having to involve the administrator. In the past, admins were required to install the apps , so this should save them a lot of time.
South River Technologies has a new version of its WebDrive product for Windows – version 12, which adds support for Windows Surface Pro II. WebDrive is a file access client that maps a network drive to remote servers such as SFTP, FTP, WebDAV and cloud servers. This enables users to […]