The today’s IT News of IDG, Computerworld & Network World at 14. August 2018

IDG’s IT News & Enterprise Stories

What is digital trust? How CSOs can help drive business

Chief security officers should play a key role in building trust with customers, and that translates to better customer acquisition, greater customer loyalty, and more revenue. Read More ▶

How to display data in a human-friendly way on Linux

Many Linux commands now have options to make their output a little easier to digest. Here’s a look at some that bring out the friendliness of our favorite operating system. Read More ▶

How IT can still influence LOB tech spend in the digital era

The art of no: CIOs no longer control all their company’s technology spend. Here’s how to stop your business colleagues from making poor choices — without damaging IT-business relations. Read More ▶

Attackers could ‘faxploit’ all-in-one printer to penetrate network and steal data

At Def Con 26, researchers revealed pwnage via fax. Hackers need only a fax number to infiltrate networks and exfiltrate data. Read More ▶

What is CRM? Software for managing customer data

Equal parts strategy and technology, customer relationship management (CRM) is about using data to understand your customers—and boost sales. Read More ▶

Mingis on Tech: 3 big takeaways from Android Pie

Google’s newest version of Android is rolling out to Pixel devices already and will eventually get to other Android phones. Here’s what users can look forward to, and why it matters. Read More ▶

The cloud will soon drive your car

The new software-defined car will make vehicles into a new technology platform, with cloud computing being instrumental to its success Read More ▶




Computerworld Frist Look:

Woody Leonhard: Patch Tuesday’s coming: Block Windows Update

Another Patch Tuesday is approaching. To avoid the bug chaos that could happen — like we saw last month — make sure Automatic Update for Windows is turned off. Read More ▶

Bolster your cloud understanding with this AWS certification training.

Amazon Web Services is one of today’s top cloud computing platforms, so certified cloud professionals will likely run into AWS at some point in their careers. It’s never too late to be prepared and learn the fundamentals of AWS cloud computing; this AWS Solution Architect Certification Training Bundle will show you how for $49. Read More ▶

Review: The BlackBerry KEY2 gets things done

The hard keyboard is back on BlackBerry’s latest phone, with tweaks and updates for serious grown-up users who care about productivity and security. Read More ▶

Jonny Evans: The summer 2018 iPhone refresh speculation round-up

All the current iPhone speculation as eyes turn to Apple this smartphone season. Read More ▶

Microsoft Surface GO and Kindle Fire HD 10 fit together in the same bag

Making room for both the Microsoft Surface GO and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 10 has advantages for professional and personal use. Read More ▶




Network World:

Seagate announces new flash drives for hyperscale markets

Seagate is expanding its Nytro portfolio of SSD products for read-intensive workloads such as big data and AI, and it is updating its Seagate Secure data protection tool. Read More ▶

Rating the best converged infrastructure systems

Converged infrastructure systems are pervasive in the enterprise. But how do you best evaluate these complex, yet promising, platforms? This report highlights 10 leading offerings and rates them based on user reviews. Read More ▶

The evolution of storage from on-premises to cloud

As hybrid cloud storage architecture continues to proliferate, it’s important to understand how we got to this point, as it informs where the industry is going. Read More ▶

How to plan a software-defined data-center network

Architectures for software-defined data centers can address the need for flexibility and agility, but implementing them is difficult and calls for coordinating a host of complex features including containers, security, provisioning, scaling and migration to hybrid cloud. Read More ▶

SDS: Running Storage Like It’s An Application

The software-defined storage market is growing fast, thanks to inherent business value including reduced costs and improved scalability. Read More ▶

Cisco upgrade enables SD-WAN in 1M+ ISR/ASR routers

Cisco took a giant step toward making SD-WAN features ubiquitous across its communication products by adding Viptela SD-WAN technology to the IOS XE software that runs its core ISR/ASR routers. Read More ▶

Cisco, Arista settle lawsuit, refocus battle on network, data center, switching arenas

Cisco and Arista agreed to settle their years-long legal battle, with Arista paying Cisco $400 million, which will result in the dismissal of all pending district court and International Trade Commission litigation between the companies. Read More ▶

Enterprises should be able to sell their excess internet capacity

If Dove Network’s solution succeeds, data users will be able to circumvent traditional ISP data plans and buy capacity as needed from those who want to sell their excess. Read More ▶

Intel ends the Xeon Phi product line

Intel quietly ended the life of the Xeon Phi processor line on July 23. Forthcoming Xeon chips have all the features of the Phi, no separate chip or add-in card needed. Read More ▶

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