Investing at the Intersection of Cloud Infrastructure and Cybersecurity


Innovation precedes security. We witnessed it with automobiles, which were introduced long before seatbelts. We witnessed it with the Internet, as credit card theft has inexorably run rampant ahead of encryption and 2FA (two-factor authentication) techniques. One Elon Musk might even argue that we will see it unfold yet again with the continued development of AI, or artificial intelligence:

Human tendencies can be hard to change. But we’re seeing some startups make the leap—to innovation with security rather […] Continue Reading…

ProtonVPN goes open source to build trust





Proton Technologies has announced that it is open sourcing its VPN tool, ProtonVPN. The Swiss firm says that not only is it releasing the source code for its VPN tool on all platforms, but also that it has […] Continue Reading…

Bonsai Promises to Make Syncing Gnome Devices E… » Linux Magazine

If you’re a GNOME user with multiple devices, and have longed for the day when those devices could easily be synced with one another, that wish may be coming true. Red Hat developer Christian Hergert has started developing a project called Bonsai, which will serve as a sort of personal cloud for all of your GNOME-based devices.On his blog, Hergert stated, “I want access to my files and application data on all my computing […] Continue Reading…

Keith Packard Talks About The Early Politics Of X Window System + Code Licensing

At last week’s Linux.Conf.Au conference was an interesting presentation by longtime X developer Keith Packard on the early days of the pre-X.Org X Window System, the collapse of Unix, and how his views formed on copyleft licenses for building thriving communities.
Keith’s LCA 2020 presentation is focused on the X happenings largely during the 80’s and very early 90’s. Keith’s involvement goes back to the 80’s during which he was employed at MIT as part of the X Consortium. Below […] Continue Reading…

IT Careers: Top 10 US Cities for Tech Jobs


For IT professionals, deciding whether to take a new job in a different city is always a complicated decision. They must consider not only the salary and benefits of the new position, but also the cost of living in the new city — as well as the likelihood of finding a new job if the one that prompted the move doesn’t work out.
Trade association CompTIA recently updated its list of the best U.S. cities for technology professionals. While many […] Continue Reading…