When a company like Yahoo hires Mike Kail as its CIO, it’s probably in part to bring forward some of the best practices he applied while working in the same role at an innovative tech company like Netflix. A new lawsuit against Kail, however, suggests there were some other practices
Nutanix presents the business case for a validated desktop virtualization solution with Citrix. Attend the webinar to learn how traditional IT infrastructure impedes virtualization and how this joint solution overcomes those limitations to enhance performance, reduce complexity, and is cheaper, simpler, and faster. Click here to register for the webinar.
First, some history. For the past decade and a half, Citrix and then VMWare have promised to deliver virtual desktop seamlessly and efficiently to the corporate user. Maintenance and patching could be done on images on the server side, and when a user logged in, they would receive the updates.
German engineering and systems controls company Siemens AG, moved to patch a critical flaw on a number of its SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) products yesterday. The vulnerabilities enable remote attackers to steal files from Siemens SIMATIC WinCC SCADA servers and it is believed that the flaws have been
Subway commuters in Montreal will now be able to browse the internet, listen to streamed music, watch videos and make and receive calls during throughout the tunnels and stations along the systems green line segment. The Societe de transport de Montreal (STM) announced today that it has flipped the switch