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Windows apps on Linux: Wine 3.0 is out now with Direct3D 10, 11 support

The latest version of the Wine compatibility layer for Windows on Linux is available for download.

?Google moves to Debian for in-house Linux desktop

Google is officially moving from Ubuntu to Debian for its in-house Linux desktop.

Factors to Consider in IOT Security Testing

2 days agoTechnology / Software : Gallop

Internet of Things (IoT) is no more a farfetched dream or an idea. It is a reality that the world is ready to consider and leverage for better results. Its popularity can be attributed to many of its intrinsic features – efficient Machine...Show More Summary

Slack debuts private shared channels

The new functionality aims to make Slack more useful for businesses dealing with confidential or classified content.

Cross-Platform PDF Rasterizer Now Available in Dynamic Web TWAIN 13.3

We are happy to announce the release of Dynamic Web TWAIN v13.3. The new version comes with a revamped PDF Rasterizer and other improvements to help you create a web-based document scanning solution better. Highlights in v13.3 Revamped PDF Rasterizer with new technology. Show More Summary

Adobe adds Hadoop connector to Adobe Campaign

With the move Adobe is looking to give marketers direct access to big data and Hadoop.

4 Test Data Management Techniques That Empower Software Testing

4 days agoTechnology / Software : Gallop

Online gaming applications get launched with variations and modifications to attract gaming enthusiasts. Every gaming application or any software launch is backed by rigorous software testing and quality assurance. However, when versions...Show More Summary

Microservices and containers in service meshes mean less chaos, more agility

For enterprises, it's full speed ahead with microservices. This may speed up the development of chaos-proof service meshes.

Major Linux distros have Meltdown patches, but that's only part of the fix

All the major Linux distributions have now released their Intel chip meltdown patches. But, someone must retune all those servers to get their performance up to speed and replace network devices and servers running up-to-date Linux distros.

Rootstock acquires Kenandy as ERP on Salesforce platform consolidates

Rootstock's purchase of Kenandy will enable the company to expand into more areas for enterprises looking to launch cloud ERP built on Salesforce's technology.

?Saying goodbye Windows 8: Where did it all go wrong?

Microsoft's ill-fated operating system was a 'bet-the-company' moment that didn't pay off.

Why Businesses Must Not Miss Out on Continuous Testing?

While Digitization of services is definitely adding value for businesses, it is also equally intensifying the need for constant vigilance and software testing. The concept of Continuous Testing has emerged from the need to introduceShow More Summary

Meltdown-Spectre: IBM preps firmware and OS fixes for vulnerable Power CPUs

IBM confirms its Power CPUs for datacenter kit are vulnerable to the Meltdown and Spectre CPU attacks.

Tableau adds in-memory data engine Hyper to Tableau 10.5, launches Tableau Server for Linux

Tableau is adding in-memory technology to its upcoming 10.5 release to speed up query times 5x and ingest large data sets faster.

Meltdown-Spectre: Four things every Windows admin needs to do now

When a major security incident occurs, there's a natural tendency to overreact. My advice: Don't panic. Instead, use these four guidelines to build a response plan that works for Meltdown and Spectre and prepares you for the next big incident.

Test Automation: The Need to Get More Focused in 2018

New and emerging technologies are changing the dynamics of software development and testing. New tools and fresh approaches are needed to make the software much more robust and market-ready. It impacts the way in which software products are developed and tested on the QA front. Show More Summary

South Australia to dump third party app after failure to alert on bushfires

The Alert SA app, delivered by Victorian company Ripe Intelligence, crashed on Saturday as bushfires smouldered throughout South Australia.

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