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Birth of a standard: The Intel 8086 microprocessor turns 40

Forty years ago, Intel released the 8086 processor, introducing the x86 architecture that underlies every PC—Windows, Mac, or Linux—produced today.

Ex-Talk Talk CEO shares lessons from massive 2015 data breach

Baroness Dido Harding, the former CEO of Talk Talk, opened Infosecurity Europe 2018 by warning other business leaders of the importance of board level input when it comes to security risks.

Aruba's Keerti Melkote on 'networking as a service' and life with HPE

If there was one message Aruba seemed to stress at the Atmosphere 2018 conference in Sibenik, Croatia, this week, it was that the HPE subsidiary and mobile enterprise networking company wants to be indispensable for companies trying to deliver ‘experiences’ through ‘digital transformation’.

Inside Aruba Networks' efforts to weave digital infrastructure into buildings

Sometimes technology charts an unexpected path. Google went from search engine to cartographer with Maps.

Ryder Cup CTO Michael Cole on creating the connected course with Aruba

This September the Ryder Cup will be hosted at Le Golf National in Paris, where as many as 250,000 spectators are set to visit across the five days of the event, as the best golfers from the USA and Europe square off.

Microsoft's takeovers: A look at billion-dollar-plus acquisitions since 2000

Since 2000, Microsoft has made some very exuberant takeovers costing the IT major billions of dollars.

Amazon.com’s decision to block Australian buyers is a warning for other countries

Amazon’s decision to block Australian shoppers from its international online marketplaces could have repercussions in New Zealand.

How open source supports CERN's Large Hadron Collider

Tim Bell talks with Computerworld UK about the future of CERN on open infrastructure platform Openstack

How to lead a virtual team: 5 keys for success

You've got the tools, you've navigated the logistical hurdles, but you still may not be leading your remote team in the most effective way possible. Here's how to get virtual teams right.

What is Shodan? The search engine for everything on the internet

Defenders find this simple tool valuable for finding vulnerable devices attached to the web that need to be secured.