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  • In pictures: Equinix Cloud Forum 2015

    IT leaders got together at Sydney's Ivy Sunroom on November 12 for a half day event to gain the best practical insights around how to embark on a journey to hybrid and multi-cloud. The Equinix Cloud Forum 2015 was presented by Equinix, CIO, and Computerworld.

    Written by Byron Connolly18 Nov. 15 10:49
  • Bad vibe brews about Windows 10

    Windows 10's vibe on social media has soured since Microsoft launched the operating system last week, Adobe today said as it cited new data from its metrics platform.

    Written by Gregg Keizer04 Aug. 15 06:00
  • Chrysler recalls 1.4M vehicles after Jeep hack

    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), the world's seventh largest automaker, <a href="">today issued a recall notice</a> for 1.4 million vehicles in order fix a software hole that allowed hackers to wirelessly break into some vehicles and electronically control vital functions.

    Written by Lucas Mearian25 July 15 03:28
  • Mozilla blocks all Flash in Firefox after third zero-day

    Mozilla on Monday began blocking all versions of Adobe Flash Player from running automatically in its Firefox browser, reacting to news of even more zero-day vulnerabilities unearthed in a massive document cache pilfered from the Italian Hacking Team surveillance firm.

    Written by Gregg Keizer14 July 15 20:25
  • Gartner: No help for the PC biz from Windows 10

    Windows 10 won't help the struggling PC business out of its multi-year slump in 2015, according to researcher Gartner. But it might next year.

    Written by Gregg Keizer08 July 15 06:43
  • 10 questions, 10 answers for Windows 10

    Windows 10's launch is less than six weeks away, but questions -- lots of questions -- still remain about the new operating system, from when it will be taken to the bosom of enterprise to whether some of Microsoft's moves leading up to it were premeditated.

    Written by Gregg Keizer20 June 15 00:49
  • In a turnabout, Disney ABC TV cancels plans to outsource IT jobs

    Just two weeks ago, the Disney ABC Television Group told a team of approximately 30 to 35 application developers that they were being laid off. Their jobs were being moved to an IT contractor with large offshore operations. Some were told their last day would be at the end of July.

    Written by Patrick Thibodeau12 June 15 20:25