HPE introduced simplified hybrid cloud data protection with solutions from its Nimble Storage and 3PAR acquisitions. Here is a short outline of their announcements. The HPE Recovery Manager Central (RMC) 6.0, now extends integrated data protection and copy data management to HPE Nimble Storage. HPE StoreOnce with Commvault software integration, enablies seamless backup to the cloud. HPE GreenLake Backup is enhanced with next-generation HPE StoreOnce and Commvault software integration. StoreOnce with Cloud Bank Backup is meant to improve the performance and agility of hybrid cloud data protection, including Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure by copying only unique data to the cloud and storing encrypted, self-describing backup data for simple could disaster recovery. The StoreOnce family use...
From Tuesday web browser Google Chrome marked 3 thousand Dutch sites as 'unsafe'. When visiting one of these sites, a warning will appear stating that the connection is unsafe and that sites may try to steal your data, according to a study by Open State Foundation, NU.nl reports. These unsafe sites include the websites of the municipalities of Zutphen and Heemskerk, as well as Ekoplaza and NS International's customer service site. The problem may lie in these websites using a security certificate that is no longer supported by Google. This is the case with educational institution LOI, which used a security certificate from Symantec. Google no longer approves certificates from this company after Symantec was caught creating fake certificates in 2015. The affected we
Earlier this year, a bus full of top venture capitalists pulled into Flint, Michigan. Flint doesn’t come to mind when you think about “tech.” But with cheap real estate and reviving downtowns, Flint and other Rust Belt cities attracted the VCs. They looked for the next home of innovation beyond California. In fact, tech royalty is no longer just looking. The likes of Google, Tesla and Amazon have already moved part of their business elsewhere. All of this shows that Silicon Valley may be losing its status as the world’s technology hub. I spoke with my contact Eric on the ground in Silicon Valley. This article is a summary of our conversation about tech firms leaving the area. Let’s begin with reasons behind this migration. Taxes and Real Estate California has an 8.84% corpo
Left-leaning organizations are dominating political ads on Facebook and Twitter while rightwing advertisers are outspending liberal groups on Google, according to new research. Computer scientists at the New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering analyzed more than 884,000 recent political ads on the three social media sites. They found that Donald Trump and his Make America Great Again political action committee had the largest number of ads of any candidate while a Republican group called the Senate Leadership Fund spent the most on ads. Meanwhile, Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic Senate candidate fighting to unseat Ted Cruz in Texas, was the largest spender on Facebook and Twitter, with a focus on ads seeking small donations from outside of his state, the researchers found.
Social media icons appearing on the display of a smartphone (Photo by Muhammed Selim Korkutata/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) “Social Media Roundup” is a weekly roundup of news pertaining to all of your favorite websites and applications used for social networking. Published on Sundays, “Social Media Roundup” will help you stay up-to-date on all the important social media news you need to know. Bumble Parent Company Rimberg International Mulling IPO Rimberg International, the parent company of Bumble, is currently mulling an IPO in the U.S. as part of a plan to become the world’s largest dating company. This was revealed by Rimgberg founder Andrey Andreev in an interview with Bloomberg. Andreev told Bloomberg that the company is in “deep discuss
Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them? 1 — Google+ to shut down after a cover-up of a data-exposing bug. A security bug that allowed third-party developers to access the user profile data of Google+, the search engine giant’s intended Facebook-killing-social network, was discovered and patched in March, but the company never told anyone. It turns out that 496,951 users’ full names, email addresses, birth dates, gender, profile photos, places lived, occupation and relationship status were potentially exposed, but Google claims it has no evidence the data was misused by the 438 apps that could have accessed it. The end result is that Google+ has become too much of a liability and the company will be shutti
This post was created by the Contributor in partnership with BestBlackFriday.com, which specializes in holiday season sales. The deals highlighted within this post were independently selected and do not contain affiliate links. Black Friday 2018 is an opportunity for buyers because it is war between retailers. Every year the deals get better and more numerous, but tracking who has the best Black Friday sales is challenging. That’s why I’m squaring off the biggest retailers, starting with Walmart Vs Target so you can be ahead of the curve come the big day… Note: you can find dedicated guides to Black Friday 2018 at the following links: Walmart (here), Target (here) Amazon (here), Best Buy (here) Apple (here) and Samsung (here). Walmart's
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Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’s Android Circuit includes Samsung confirming the Galaxy S10 in China, more Note 9 problems, the Galaxy F is delayed again, Google launches the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, OnePlus 6T launch date confirmed, why Nokia handsets aim low, Razer’s second gaming phone announced, and Fortnite Battle Royale for everyone! Android Circuit is here to remind you of a few of the many things that have happened around Android in the last week (and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here). China’s Galaxy S10 Confirmation Via regulatory filings in China, Samsung has confirmed more details of the upcoming Galaxy S10 smily, with listings for the flat-screened entry-level mode, the regular S10, and the oversi
Photo: Adam Clark Estes (Gizmodo)Google quietly released a new Chromecast device at its big event this week. And by quietly, I mean the company didn’t mention it at all. It was just sitting in the bottom of the bag that someone gave me when I left the venue. But hey, it’s new and it’s nice-looking. It’s just a bummer Google still hasn’t made Chromecast more useful.The new third-generation Chromecast is just like the old second-generation Chromecast except for a design upgrade and a couple of new software features. It’s also still $35.What is it?A dongle that casts videos to your TVThe hardware itself maintains the same puck-plus-HDMI-cable as before, except instead of the glossy plastic shell with the Chromecast logo carved into it, there’s now a matte case with a little Google “G” on