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Microsoft is dropping ‘Semi Annual Channel’ feature releases for System Center

Credit: Microsoft Microsoft is continuing to make adjustments to its feature-update release cadence on the server side of the house. This week, company officials announced that Microsoft is phasing out its Semi-Annual Channel (SAC) feature releases for its System Center product family. System Center 2019, which Microsoft expects to roll out starting later this month (March 2019) in its VOlume… Read more →

Citrix discloses security breach of internal network

Images: Citrix // Composition: ZDNet American software company Citrix disclosed today a security breach during which hackers accessed the company’s internal network. In a short statement posted on its blog, Citrix Chief Security Information Officer Stan Black said Citrix found out about the hack from the FBI earlier this week. “On March 6, 2019, the FBI contacted Citrix to advise… Read more →

Is Apple getting ready to abandon Lightning for a new power and data port?

While there’s no doubt that patent filings are interesting because they give you a glimpse into some of the things that secretive companies such as Apple are working on, you have to temper any enthusiasm with a healthy dose of suspicion because big companies file a lot of patents, and most of the time they have little or no intention… Read more →

Smart ‘unhackable’ car alarms open the doors of 3 million vehicles to hackers

Calling a product “smart” and “unhackable’ does not magically make it so, as two of the largest vendors of car alarms in the world have now found out. Viper — known as Clifford in the United Kingdom — and Pandora Car Alarm System, which cater for at least three million customers between them, recently became the topic of interest to… Read more →

809 million records exposed by email marketing giant

Data breach leaves hundreds of POS units infected with malware Nearly 140 bars, restaurants, and coffee shops all over the US have had POS systems infected with malware. Data breaches are so common now that your eyes may tend to gloss over the news of yet-another public exposure of personally identifiable information (PII) and customer records. Even in such a… Read more →

Online voting: Now Estonia teaches the world a lesson in electronic elections

Hack me if you can! Swiss e-voting system available for a public intrusion test Government also offers cash rewards worth as much as $30,000. Read more: https://zd.net/2UN45se This month’s Estonian parliamentary elections set a new digital record: almost half the counted votes were cast online — 247,232 out of 561,131. In the tiny Baltic state, the overall winner of this… Read more →

Best Raspberry Pi alternatives (March 2019)

Repair toolkit essentials for smartphones, tablets, Macs, and PCs Gone are the days of being able to repair everything you come across with a Phillips screwdriver, some duct tape, and maybe a few curse words (OK, the curse words still come in handy). … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/best-raspberry-pi-alternatives-march-2019/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Best Raspberry Pi alternatives (March 2019)https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/best-raspberry-pi-alternatives-march-2019/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNethttps://zdnet3.cbsistatic.com/fly/bundles/zdnetcore/images/logos/zdnet-144×144.png

Scaleway launches €1 per hour cloud Nvidia Tesla P100 GPU instances

Whether you’re looking to train complex models using machine learning or artificial intelligence, carry out data processing or large datasets, encoding ultra-high-definition video, or rendering large 3D models, having access to high-performance cloud-based GPU instances can save you time and money. And now with Scaleway offering access to a single configuration for only €1 ($1.13) per hour, it’s never been… Read more →