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Richi Jennings
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Editor, analyst, writer, fool.
Editor, analyst, writer, fool.

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“People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around.”
― Terry Pratchett (RIP)
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Google is stepping up its Internet of Things game, launching general availability for Cloud IoT Core, a managed service to help enterprises securely connect and manage millions of globally dispersed IoT devices.

Read my article on Enterprise Cloud News
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Specialized software can speed up the way researchers do genetics research. The most powerful is the opensource Genome Analysis Toolkit. Here’s an overview of its benefits and the hardware designed to run it. http://bit.ly/2EIea6d
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Tesla drives cryptojack gang's AWS cloud down Kubernetes avenue
A +Tesla-owned +Amazon Web Services account was hacked to mine #Monero. Shocking. The hackers drove straight in using an “unsecured” +Kubernetes admin console (i.e., it had no password)🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

#SecurityBlogwatch by +Richi Jennings for #TechBeacon: https://techbeacon.com/tesla-drives-cryptojack-gangs-aws-cloud-down-kubernetes-avenue
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I put the most popular Windows 10 web browsers on the test-bench. This is what I found.
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Inside Microsoft's 17-year transition from hater to open source leader.

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Specialized software can speed up the way researchers do #genetics research. One suite of tools is the #opensource Genome Analysis Toolkit. +Preston Gralla details GATK4's benefits and provides an overview of the hardware designed to run it.
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How genome sequencing works, the computing techniques that make it possible, and the impact it is expected to have on human health, by +Preston Gralla
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The cloud and its hyperscale data centers are slowly crushing traditional data centers.
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Is Linux perfectly secure? Heck no. But, too many of its reported security problems when looked at prove to be crap. Here's one example.
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