4 Lessons for Better Software Development – Gigaom

Stay up to date with enterprise technology trends Get updates that impact your industry from our GigaOm Research Community The widespread adoption of Agile, along with the rise of DevOps, means you’ll be forgiven for thinking software development is now an easy, stress-free process. But whenever I talk to developers in that field it’s not … Read more

Talking Anti-Phishing Solutions – Gigaom

Stay up to date with enterprise technology trends Get updates that impact your industry from our GigaOm Research Community Simon Gibson earlier this year published a “GigaOm Radar for Phishing Prevention and Detection” report, which evaluates more than a dozen security solutions focused on detecting and minimizing security threats and vulnerabilities. confidential by email. As … Read more

Why is DevSecOps so important – Gigaom

Stay up to date with enterprise technology trends Get updates that impact your industry from our GigaOm Research Community “In a relatively short time, we’ve come up with a system built to counter the destruction of nuclear weapons and make it vulnerable to toasters.” Jeff Jarmoc’s Sadly funny tweets Internet security after the epic Dyn … Read more

Route mapping from ITOps to AIOps – Gigaom

Stay up to date with enterprise technology trends Get updates that impact your industry from our GigaOm Research Community IT (ITOps) operations are always rooted in data collection and analysis. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are being applied to allow a new class of Ops tools to actually learn and improve from the … Read more

Enhanced hardware and the future of software-defined storage – Gigaom

Always updating business technology trends Get updates that impact your industry from our GigaOm Research Community One of the most exciting announcements at this year’s VMworld is Project Monterey. In a nutshell, VMware wants to offload some high-demand operations to smart network interface cards (SmartNIC) and other types of accelerators. That way, the virtualization stack … Read more

Eufy Security Smart Lock Touch review: Eufy’s first smart lock is a little too rough around the edges

Eufy Security — Anker sub-brand spanning just about everything from video doorbells and baby monitor security cameras — has now moved to the world of smart locks, hitting the market with a svelte piece of hardware that’s packed with features. And stronger of them work well. Bluetooth-only lock offers a quite attractive design, decorated entirely … Read more

Watch Part Royale: Fortnite will stream 3 Christopher Nolan in-game movies this Friday

The “watch party” craze occurs Fortnite, and the popular wild battle game Royale seeks to host a trio of classic Chrisopher Nolan movies this Friday — and yes, you’ll be able to watch for free. Creation, Batman Begins, and The prestige is there three Nolan cops who will be broadcasting at Party Royale, Fortnite’s new … Read more

Opera integrates Twitter into the new Opera 69 browser

Opera’s browser already includes a sidebar with links to several messaging apps. Now the company has added Twitter support, too, as part of Opera 69. Twitter, such as Instagram, Telegram, Facebook Messenger and other messaging apps, will reside in the Opera’s sidebar, which lives on the left rail by default. Sidebars have become increasingly the … Read more