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Pure Storage inches toward a cloud business model

The company is offering its products and capabilities as services in a hybrid multi-cloud world.


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Tech Resume Library: 27 downloadable templates for IT pros

A well-crafted resume will attract recruiters, HR pros and hiring managers, but getting it just right is a daunting task. To jump start the process, Insider Pro has assembled this collection of real resumes revamped by professional...


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IoT helps make return-to-work safer

Employers talk about how IoT is enabling contact tracing, monitoring air quality, and enforcing rules about social distancing as workers go back to the office post-quarantine.


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‘FragAttack’ flaws threaten Wi-Fi, but not too seriously

A set of vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi’s basic design offers a long-standing and widespread threat vector, but the probability of compromise remains low.


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AMD chips keep claiming more of the server market

AMD takes the high end of the CPU performance market while Intel gets the low-end.


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VMware picks an in-house exec for its new CEO

VMware's incoming CEO Raghu Raghuram is considered an experienced technologist who helped shape VMware’s strategy and is expected to stick to it.


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IT vendors push on-prem, pay-per-use hardware

Cisco, Dell, HPE, and others are ramping up efforts to deliver usage-based pricing models and managed services for on-prem servers, storage and networking gear.


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6 clever command-line tricks for fewer keystrokes

Linux has many tricks that can reduce the number of keystrokes it takes to type in commands. Here are six of them.


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Tech industry remains on a hiring spree

Other sectors of the economy are doing poorly but tech keeps hiring, according to analysis of government data.


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US IT jobs growth continues, with pandemic in the rearview mirror

Both IT professionals and the tech sector overall again saw job growth in April, as the tech industry resumes year-on-year growth, new data shows.


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IBM leapfrogs everyone with its 2nm chips

IBMs newly announced 2nm chip won’t be available for four years, but it is still going to be significant.


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9 enterprise-storage startups to watch

Young storage companies are innovating products that range from storage arrays to mainframe storage management to cloud storage and more.


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Weekly internet health check, US and worldwide

ThousandEyes, which tracks internet and cloud traffic, provides Network World with weekly updates on the performance of three categories of service provider: ISP, cloud provider, UCaaS


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How to avoid the network-as-a-service shell game

NaaS might thrill CFOs trying to keep costs down, but a careful look is warranted to make sure the potential benefits are really there.


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Nvidia competitor Graphcore preps US initiative

UK-based startup Graphcore believes its AI-focused processor can take on GPU Goliath Nvidia.