Topic: games

Automation set to challenge services providers

Services providers will be challenged by automation, reliability and scalability, new research suggests.

Paessler partners with vendors internationally to bundle network monitoring solution

Check Point, SonicWall and Watchguard are among the vendors partnering with German network monitoring software vendor Paessler to provide partners integration with the company's solutions.

What tech captains can take away from the ball-tampering storm: Parthasarathy, M&M

Tolerance of unethical factors can destroy a company. If you don’t know what you stand for – then you stand for nothing, says V S Parthasarathy, Group CFO, Group CIO and member of the Group Executive Board at Mahindra & Mahindra. 

Network management of hybrid clouds is critical: Alessandro Porro, Ipswitch

We understand and secure the customer environment as they migrate portions of their network to the cloud, says Alessandro Porro, SVP, International Sales, Ipswitch.

Intel responds to the CPU kernel bug, downplaying its impact on home users

Intel acknowledged that a CPU kernel bug, being referred to as a side-channel analysis exploit, has the potential to affect chips from ARM and AMD. Patches are in the works, but with performance penalties between 0 and 30 percent.

Intel's chip with AMD will use Radeon Vega graphics cores

Meet the Core i7-8809G: A high-end Intel CPU and AMD Radeon Vega GPU, all on one laptop chip.

What is Windows Hello? Microsoft’s biometrics security system explained

Windows Hello gives Windows 10 users an alternative way to log into their devices and applications using a fingerprint, iris scan or facial recognition. Here’s what the technology does, who uses it and the hardware required.

Do you need antivirus on a new Windows PC or laptop?

For many years, the perceived wisdom when it came to Windows PCs was that you needed to install anti-virus software if you wanted to keep your computer and your data safe.

StarCraft II is going free-to-play on November 14, with a few caveats

Blizzard's first big announcement at BlizzCon 2017: StarCraft II is going free-to-play after seven years. Kind of.