How Zero Trust fits the bill as a security model for the emerging metaverse despite the architectural sins of our past (the internet).
From the Horizon Cloud Service on Microsoft Azure to Architecting Horizon: The Official Reference Architecture, VMware Explore (formerly VMworld) is returning to an in-person format with many Horizon sessions of interest to Tom Fenton.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) this week updated last month's advisory about threat actors continuing to exploit Log4Shell vulnerabilities in VMware Horizon and Unified Access Gateway (UAG) systems.
Brien shows how to perform Windows Server core deployments in AWS without having to build your own custom Amazon Machine Image (AMI).
Announced at this week's big Inspire partner event, the new Microsoft Cloud for Sovereignty has arrived to help public sector customers meet compliance, security and policy requirements when processing data and workloads in the company's cloud.
After being questioned on how to install the suite after a recent article, Tom provides step-by-step instructions.
Most organizations already have sensitive data in the cloud. The majority of organizations surveyed (67%) in a new report host sensitive data or workloads in the public cloud.
After earlier describing some of the storage types that are used by EC2 instances, Brien now shows how this information plays into the troubleshooting process.
Technologists using open source software, long plagued by security concerns, are now facing a new challenge: meeting government requirements enacted to mitigate those concerns.
Tom goes down one rabbit hole after another until finally discovering what caused system sluggishness and even prevented an upgrade to Windows 11 because of a slow CPU speed.
If it's not because of an increased workload, check for problems with the instance's storage.
Flush with $3.3 million in seed funding, startup Paladin Cloud has launched an open source Security-as-Code platform that aims to holistically improve cloud security.
Bad actors can cause an image of a dog to be classified as a golf cart, for a trivial example, though this has real-world implications for authentication systems, malware and obscenity filters and more.
Paul details where this hidden gem fits, where it doesn't, why you should care and coming improvements.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
New report says metaverse in 2040 could be hype, hope, hell or maybe all three combined.
After introducing the new-and-improved WSLg, Tom takes a closer look at the scheme to run Linux graphics programs on Windows 11 systems.
Google Cloud announced a new sustainability initiative that will next year allow users of its Workspace apps to track their carbon footprints.
How much will metaverse devs make? Will they be paid in percentages or salaries? Will they be paid in cryptocurrency? NFTs? Something else? So many questions.
Tom shows how WSL has integrated Linux graphics applications with Windows.
IT Pro: "We need max security."
Suit: "Costs too much."
IT Pro: "We were hit with huge ransomware attack."
Suit: "You're fired!"