Tech giant addressed Donald Trump, 5G security concerns and how discussions with Britain's GCHQ led to a near total rewrite of its software.
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Chinese technology giant Huawei has said that it welcomes the scrutiny that it has experienced over the past couple of years.
Google has become the first of the Silicon Valley technology giants to be landed with a fine under the General Data Protection Regulation.
Last week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, IBM Quantum displayed a replica of its first "commercial" quantum computer - Q System One. Following years of painstaking attention from a team of engineers and designers, the technology giant has created what it hopes will be an archetype for the next mode of computing.
The vast majority of law enforcement agencies are woefully underfunded for tackling human trafficking, which according to statistics from the Global Emancipation Network (GEN) claims roughly 21 million men, women and children as victims every year, who between them are worth as much as $50 billion to organised crime.
Before Ron Snyder joined Cisco's 'Tactical Operations' unit he was in the US Navy, offering experience working in adverse and high-pressure conditions.
Following a busy year for open source, expect more acquisitions, more adoption, and the foundational groundwork for a truly open infrastructure.
Docker and Microsoft are making a joint bid for what they hope will be a "universal standard" to significantly simplify distributed computing.
Nutanix has announced the general availability of a cloud portfolio called Xi Cloud Services, including a real-time edge offering to boost market differentiation.
We round up everything we heard from the second Openstack Summit of the year before it is rebranded as the Open Infrastructure Summit in 2019, including its moves further into edge computing and all the latest pilot projects
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth's keynote at the second of this year's Openstack Summits was considerably less controversial than the last, where he explicitly compared the price between Red Hat and Ubuntu's services in Vancouver. However he still had plenty to say when Computerworld UK caught up with the hobby astronaut and entrepreneur on the show floor.
While Red Hat understandably wouldn't discuss anything to do with the IBM mega-acquisition - for regulatory reasons - director of product management James Labocki and senior director for product management at Openstack Nick Barcet confirmed Red Hat's commitment to Openstack for at least the next "10 years".