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Could Blockchain technology disrupt everything?
Miners race to solve a cryptographic puzzle, which completes the next transaction (or block) on the chain, in hopes of capturing the coin reward.
Cybersecurity battleground shifting to Linux and web servers - report
WatchGuard found that despite an overall drop in general malware detection for the quarter, Linux malware made up more than 36% of the top threats.
Fujitsu & SUSE unveil Linux service - as global adoption & demand increases
The service comes at a time where demand for higher-level support services and adoption of Linux operating systems globally are growing.
Data center cooling: Penguin Computing places USD$40k order with Asetek
This initial order is for 140 loops to be used with Asetek's RackCDU Direct-to-Chip (D2C) liquid cooling solution. The order is valued at USD $40,000.
Amnesia malware forms DVR botnet and wipes virtual machines
'Amnesia', the new IoT botnet variant of 'Tsunami' targets an unpatched remote code execution vulnerability in DVR devices made by TVT Digital.
Record software sales for IGEL bring new focus for website and brand message
The endpoint management software company recently announced its strongest software sales to date.
Red Hat unveils 'secure, reliable and innovative' Linux platform
“IT infrastructure must not just keep pace, but anticipate and adapt to these changing needs."
Trend Micro shows that Linux systems not so bulletproof against trojans
Trend Micro says it's not all smooth sailing for Linux users, as its open-source based operating system is increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks.
IBM looks to drive greater data center efficiency
Accelerated computing that can really drive big data workloads will become foundational in the cognitive era."
CDNetworks explains the brute force of XOR.DDoS attacks
The XOR.DDoS creates huge volumes of of data and meaningless strings in a SYN flood attack, crippling Linux PCs - and Windows too, says CDNetworks.
Container tech is all the rage. Here's how to make the most of it
Red Hat recommends three things developers need to keep in mind when using the Linux Containers virtualisation method, and container tech.
Myth-busting the open-source cloud
Open-source cloud is ready for prime time – and the enterprise, says Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Aman Neil Dokania. He explains why.
2015 Linux Conference kicks off in Auckland
Many open source geeks from across the globe are gathering in Auckland to meet their fellow technologists to share the latest ideas and innovations.
Top Linux Conference about to descend on Auckland
More information about the upcoming Linux, Open Source and development conference.
Linus Torvalds to lead LCA 2015 keynote session
The keynote session of LCA 2015 will be a question and answer with Linus Torvalds.
Docker feels heat from competitors Joyent and Linux
Docker, the container based virtualisation technology, is feeling the heat from increased competition.
Go back in time with the new Suse Linux Enterprise Server
The Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12 comes with a system snapshot and rollback capability.
First we had heartbleed, now we're shellshocked
"The recent Heartbleed vulnerability is similar in nature to Shellshock, but Heartbleed is dwarfed by the extent and reach of this new vulnerability."
Open Source boost as Linux Conference heads to Auckland
Seen as a meeting place for the free and open source software communities, the Linux Conference is set to be held at the University of Auckland early next year.
Ubuntu joins the touchy, feely Linux shouting match
The thot just plickened where mobile technology is concerned, as Ubuntu shows off (yet another) Linux for the handset up in Barcelona.
ERP vendor gives open source software a boost
ERP vendor Infor announces that its products are available on Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux and JBoss middleware.
Tablet computing and the imminent threat to the desktop operating system
With the burgeoning craze around tablet computing, it is little wonder that Microsoft is getting in on the action, albeit awfully late in the game.
Tiny 'Raspberry Pi' seeds new dev generation
Credit card-sized computers developed to encourage kids to learn programming.
Virtualisation: do more with less
Could open source alternatives provide even more benefits than traditional virtualisation solutions?