The past 10 years have seen a wave of innovative big data software designed to analyze, manipulate, and visualize data. Yet for the regular knowledge worker, Microsoft Excel, 30 years on, remains the product
networkworld.com - Sandra Henry-Stocker has been administering Unix systems for more than 30 years. She describes herself as "USL" (Unix as a second language) but remembers enough English to write books and buy groceries. She lives in the mountains in Virginia where, when not working with or writing about Unix, she's chasing the bears away from her bird feeders.
Cybercrime is getting worse. Keep your company safe by following the latest recommendations in network security. Surely at this point in time we all know that cybercrime is a serious issue that affects
Known as malware, some perpetrators use it to infect apps and get inside your smartphone. Why do they do it? Money, mostly. The recent Judy malware, for example, was reportedly found in 41 apps in the
One year ago, I was working part-time as a route setter at a rock climbing gym in Tennessee. Today I’m working as a software engineer at a cyber-security startup in San Francisco. My journey to this point
One of your operating system's most powerful tools is more accessible than you think. No matter what kind of cluttered, icon-littered hellscape your filesystem happens to be, take heart that your computer
Fightland Blog Photo by The Ring Magazine/Getty Images Twenty-five years ago this month, Iron Mike Tyson fell to the mat in front of a silent Tokyo crowd. No one knew what to make of it when James 'Buster'
In the 24 hours since Anonymous declared “total war” on Islamic State, the loose-knit hacktivist collective has claimed its first victims by way of leaked information of suspected extremists. If future