Every Enterprise has the security it deserves, says Oracle CIO Mark Sunday. “It begins at the very top. It truly begins with the board, CEO, and the Executive Committee to set the culture and to ensure that the people, process, technology, and the governance processes are in place to ensure the security of customers, companies, and employees information.”
EU Telcos: ‘There Would Be No Netflix, Google Without Us’
The battle over who will pay for EU infrastructure upgrades is heating up, with the telcos saying Big Tech owes them.
macOS Ventura Bug Breaks Some SMB Connections
Some macOS users are experiencing a major bug, one that breaks SMB network connections.
Verizon Test Drive Lets Users Test Company’s 5G Network
Verizon is letting users test drive its 5G network without any commitment for 30 days
AST SpaceMobile Taps Nokia for Its Space-Based Cellular Network
AST SpaceMobile has signed a five-year deal with Nokia as it works to develop the only space-based cellular network.
NTT: 70% of CEOs Believe Their Network Is Inhibiting Growth
Networks may be the critical component that makes the world work, but 70% of CEOs believe theirs is inhibiting business growth.
FTC Targets ‘Corporate Surveillance’ and ‘Data Security’
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is targeting “corporate surveillance,” wherein companies profit from the data they collect on consumers.
What’s In a Name? Linux Kernel 6.0 RC-1 Is Here
Linus Torvalds has announced the first release candidate for version 6.0 of the Linux kernel, but it’s not much different than the current 5.19.
ServiceNow CEO Says Cloud Computing Is Century’s ‘Pervasive Computing Theme’
ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott has called cloud computing the “pervasive computing theme of the 21st century.”
AWS Private 5G Launches With 4G Service
AWS has launched its Private 5G service, although it currently only supports the older 4G LTE.
Corporate Code Theft From Indie Developers Likely Widespread
Patrick Wardle has a problem — his code keeps turning up in commercial software projects without his permission.
FCC Denies Nearly $1 Billion in Subsidies for Starlink
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) dealt a major blow to SpaceX’s Starlink, rejecting its application for nearly $1 billion in subsidies.
AWS Unveils New Hands-On Training Programs
AWS has unveiled new hands-on training programs to make it even easier for individuals to learn about cloud computing.
Google Fiber Resumes Expansion After Nearly Six Years
Google is once again expanding its Google Fiber internet service nearly six years after pausing additional rollouts.
The CHIPS and Science Act Is Officially Law
President Joe Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act into law, securing billions to help revitalize the US semiconductor industry.
Microsoft and Next Pathway Partner to Speed Up Cloud Migration
Microsoft has partnered Next Pathway to help companies speed up their migration from legacy data warehouses to Microsoft Azure.
SpaceX Says Dish Network’s 5G Aspirations Could Render Starlink Internet ‘Unusable’
SpaceX has published an analysis raising alarms over Dish Network’s 5G network rollout, saying it will severely impact its own Starlink internet service.
Dish Network Meets FCC Deadline For Its 5G Rollout to 120 Cities
Dish Network managed to meet the FCC deadline requiring it to expand its 5G service to 120 cities by June 14, 2022.
AWS Wants to ‘Completely Re-Imagine How the AWS Network Is Managed’
Amazon Web Services (AWS) appears prepped for a major overhaul of its service, if a job posting is any indication.
T‑Mobile’s Targets the Enterprise with 5G Advanced Network Solutions
T-Mobile is looking to leverage the power of its 5G network to help enterprises capitalize on the troves of data they collect.