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It’s Time To Plan For A Future Beyond Passwords

It’s Time To Plan For A Future Beyond Passwords - https://www.forbes.com Avatar Posted by estherschindler under News
From https://www.forbes.com 61 days ago
Made Hot by: profmarketing on November 28, 2019 1:22 pm
80 percent of breaches are the result of stolen passwords, usually the result of social engineering or phishing attacks. Read More
As you run more and more applications in containers it’s not easy to get them to talk and play well with each other. Worst still, with containers spinning up and down, how’s an app to keep track of which services it can call on and when? The answer is to deploy a service mesh. Read More
Choose one service from cloud provider A and two from cloud provider B. Multi-cloud: The Chinese restaurant method of working with clouds. Read More
No matter how small your budget, there's a Linux and open source conference you can afford—and should attend. It will help both you career and your company. Read More
The availability of lower frequencies, which cover long distances, means that businesses that have only limited wireless service now, such as agribusiness and mining, will have access to 5G communications once T-Mobile converts its existing 600 MHz sites to 5G Read More
The #MeToo movement goes in fits and starts. But, suggests Reckoning’s Linda Hirshman, that’s to be expected. Every social change experiences a backlash. Read More
Attracting more girls to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) careers is critical for the health of the tech industry. If you're planning an event to inspire a younger generation in this direction, then here are some guidelines for what actually causes girls to exclaim, "Oh, coo Read More
The PC — and yes, Microsoft — set us free. Now Microsoft is taking control and wants to return us to when all computing power was centralized away from our desktops. Read More
SUSE, a long-time supporter of the OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud program, is getting out of the OpenStack cloud business. Read More
And you shouldn't be either. Every company wants to rule Linux -- none of them can or ever will. IBM, Oracle, Google, you name it,they want to, but they can't. Read More
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