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Part 1 – Install Bash on Windows 10, OMI CIM Server, and DSC for Linux

<b>Summary</b>: Learn about the Windows Subsystem for Linux that runs on top of Windows 10.<p>Today we have a guest article written by Stefan Roth. Take it …

Ultimate PowerShell Prompt Customization and Git Setup Guide

Source control and Git keeps getting more and more important for both Developers and Operations guys. Getting up and running with Git on MacOS or …

AWS : RDS Importing and Exporting SQL Server Data

bogotobogo.com site search:<p>Note<p>To demonstrate import/export, we'll use two RDS MS SQL instances on RDS as the first example. Next, we'll export a …

What CIOs need to know about SQL Server 2016

With SQL Server 2005 now out of support, if you haven’t already started migrating your older databases onto a newer, supported release to stay in …

There’s a new thing called ‘fog computing’ and no, we’re not joking

That's where companies rent shared software, computers, and storage instead of buying and installing it all themselves. They pay for their usage via subscriptions, accessing it over the internet.<p>Cloud computing is all the rage right now, on track to be a $10 billion business for Amazon in 2016; …

Hybrid cloud security: How to choose the right tools

If you have a hybrid cloud, you've had to deal with security. Whether you are pairing private and public cloud or running a complex, multi-cloud …

Forget the Cloud - 'The Fog' Is the Next Big Thing

The cloud is at the center of nearly every tech giant’s strategy, from Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) to Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Google. And why shouldn’t it be? Everything’s moving to the cloud, where enormous data centers store millions of terabytes of information and run …

How to Hack an Election

Andrés Sepúlveda rigged elections throughout Latin America for almost a decade. He tells his story for the first time.<p>By Jordan Robertson, Michael …

What is a SharePoint Administrator?

Tim Van Hammond |<p>Feb 17, 2012<p>The role of the SharePoint Administrator is often a topic that comes up when beginning to plan out a SharePoint …

Onkyo made the basic wireless earbuds I was looking for

What attracted me to the Onkyo earbuds more than anything is that they appear to be the basic wireless earbuds I found myself wanting after reviewing the Earin buds last fall. In some spots, it appears they're even an improvement.<p>Onkyo's earbuds are much like Earin's in that they are basically …

Consumer Tech

Fortress Europe? Hungary's anti-migrant fence - Newsnight

How to Use Secure Server Connections

What’s the Deal With Secure Connections?<p>Why Is It Important?<p>When browsing the internet or making other connections these days, everyone wants to make …

Tech City UK Launches Government-funded Online Learning Platform

Tech City UK, the quasi-governmental organization in London tasked with fuelling the ongoing growth of digital industries and startups across the UK, has launched a free online platform for people to improve their digital and business skills.<p>Run with help from University College London’s UCLeXtend …

Microsoft Virtual Academy

The disastrous events that would break the internet

Could the internet ever be switched off – or destroyed? Chris Baraniuk investigates what it would take to bring down the network we all now rely on.<p>The internet is unbreakable. At least, we think it is. That’s why when something goes extremely viral, such as pictures of Kim Kardashian’s bottom or …

Forget Big Data -- Small Data Is Driving The Internet Of Things

When people talk about the Internet of Things (IoT) they tend to think about big data technologies like Hadoop where petabyte size datasets are stored and analyzed for both known and unknown patterns. What many people don’t realize is that many IoT use cases only require small datasets. What is …

Machine Learning

The stuff paradox: Dealing with clutter in the US

<b>While more and more Americans struggle to make do with less due to economic hardship, others are making a conscious choice to shed their possessions.</b><p>When Courtney Carver was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2006, she took a long, hard look at her life and decided to focus on only the things …

Peanut allergy researchers say they may have found key to a cure

Australian researchers have found a possible key to a cure for people with potentially fatal peanut allergies.<p>A Melbourne-based study has already transformed the lives of many of the children who took part in the clinical trial.<p>Researchers from the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute gave about 30 …

Biomedicine

How to Use Hyper

Hyper-V is a native hardware-assisted virtualization platform provided in Windows 8 Pro and Windows Server 2008 R2 and above. In essence, a Virtual …

For cloud players, hot patching may be hotter than live migration

Late last year, the world got a good look at the challenges and pain associated with kernel maintenance required by cloud providers. A security …

Amazon Web Services

Homage to Catalonia

CATALANS tend to be proud of their region's history, language and achievements, and it is no surprise that Catalan art is the focus of the Barcelona …

20th Century

Why Entrepreneurs Should Think Small, Not Big

Conversations about innovation are everywhere: in magazines and newspapers, conference rooms and coffee shops.<p>But where does innovation come from and …

Innovation

Wickr’s self-destructing secure messages are now on OS X, Windows and Linux

The Wickr mobile apps for iOS and Android are known for incredibly secure messaging that feature a self-destruct option for text, images and videos. Now those messages are available on your desktop.<p>The new Wickr app for Windows, Linux and OS X, is available today with the same security features …

We are working harder than ever and it’s killing us. We need more chill time

Sleep is overrated, according to Harriet Green, the departing chief executive of Thomas Cook, who famously survives on under four hours a night. The businesswoman is in the gym at 5.30am and at her desk shortly after 7; she spends the working week living in a hotel (instead of returning home to her …

Come on, Britain – it’s the 21st century. Stop this obsession with social class

The whole “fiddling while Rome burns” cliche was getting a bit old – almost 2,000 years old, to be precise – so we should all be grateful for BBC2’s bafflingly pointless documentary series about Tatler magazine, Posh People: Inside Tatler, for updating the analogy. So please readjust your inner …

Ghostery uses plugin data to power new enterprise marketing suite

About 40 million people around the world have downloaded a free browser plugin called Ghostery that tells them which hidden bits of a webpage are …

The Fall of Facebook

The social network's future dominance is far from assured.<p>Facebook has won this round of the Internet.<p>Steadily, grindingly, it continues to take an ever greater share of our time and attention online. More than 800 million people use the site on an average day. Individuals are dependent on it to …