Tech executives have increasingly defended unpopular layoffs, saying many workers were doing nothing — and they’re right.
Windows 11 False Security Notification Rears Its Head Again
Windows 11 users are once again seeing the “standard hardware security not supported” notification.
Amazon May Be Working On An AI-Powered Web Browser
Amazon may be looking to disrupt the web browser market with an AI-powered entry in what could be a major threat to established players.
Learn Linux TV Releases Ubuntu Flatpak Remix Distro
Jay from the Learn Linux TV YouTube channel has released an Ubuntu-based distro built around Flatpaks.
Rural US Hospitals Are Getting Clobbered by Ransomware
Rural US hospitals are losing the fight against ransomware due to limited resources compared to bigger organizations.
Linux Distro Reviews: openSUSE Tumbleweed — Part 2
openSUSE Tumbleweed is a rolling release Linux distro, one that is something of a two-edged sword in terms of its features and usability.
The CIO Is Now Central To The Business Strategy
The CIO now has become front and center and central to the business strategy, says Aongus Hegarty, President of International Markets at Dell Technologies. There has been a fundamental change in the role of the CIO.
Ransomware Survival 101: Don’t Follow Dish Network’s Playbook
Dish Network customers are still in limbo, with few answers weeks after the company was crippled by ransomware.
Windows 11 Moment 2 Finally Fixes File Copy Bug
Windows 11 users are finally getting a much-needed bug fix, with Windows 11 Moment 2 fixing a bug that made file copying painfully slow.
WhatsApp and Signal Poised to Leave UK Over Encryption Law
United Kingdom users may be out of luck when it comes to messaging clients, with both WhatsApp and Signal prepared to leave.