The latest report from CloudBees is bad news for the cloud industry, with many companies still not fully securing their supply chain.
Windows updates are about to get much longer, with Microsoft saying the OS needs at least eight hours to properly update.
Intelus has emerged from stealth, hosting an open beta for companies interested in its no-code, Machine Teaching platform.
An issue with AWS is impacting a large swath of the internet, with multiple companies experiencing issues.
JetBrains has released Fleet, a new, lightweight development IDE that supports multiple languages.
Apple has alerted 11 US diplomats that they are among those hacked by the NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware.
Just a year after introducing Mac EC2 instances, AWS is upping the ante by introducing M1 Mac instances.
Amazon has released SageMaker Canvas, the company’s no-code machine learning service.
Microsoft is working with community colleges in an effort to train 250,000 cybersecurity personnel by 2025.
Apple’s Craig Federighi has been selected as the keynote speaker for the Web Summit 2021 next week.
Microsoft is warning that Nobelium, the group behind the SolarWinds attack, is active again and targeting cloud services.
CDW is expanding its services business, acquiring Sirius Computer Solutions for $2.5 billion to help build out its portfolio.
Writing for the New York Times, Brian X. Chen makes the case that it’s time to stop paying for VPNs.
The Biden administration is planning a meeting that will involve some 30 countries in a coordinated effort to combat cybersecurity threats.
A whopping 96% of third-party cloud container apps have known vulnerabilities, highlighting ongoing cloud security challenges.
Microsoft scored a major victory when it poached longtime Amazon exec Charlie Bell, but the fight to use him may be just getting started.
Microsoft has announced that users can ditch the password for their accounts, a move that brings a new level of convenience and security.
REvil, one of the most notorious ransomware gangs, is back after its servers went offline two months ago.
Harvard University has revealed it has suffered a ransomware attack, the latest in a string of high-profile organizations that have fallen victim.
The FBI is warning that cybercriminals are targeting the US food and agriculture sector with ransomware attacks.