Why it's a bad idea to reveal too much on social media (part 94)
Grafana, Loki and Tempo move to AGPLv3 - but for once AWS is not to blame
The company intends to deflect criticism by framing scraping as a broader industry issue
We speak to Canonical, Red Hat and SUSE about the place of Linux in a cloud-based future - and what the CentOS EOL foretells
Human oversight ensures accuracy and trust, says Dow Jones’ head of data strategy Ingrid Verschuren
Why One Voice Wales chose StarLeaf to move meetings and training online
ValueLicensing alleges that Microsoft pressurises customers not to sell unused Windows and Office licences, to the detriment of the secondhand market
More than 80 per cent of firms surveyed have moved part or all of their databases to the cloud
Michelle Slee, Agile delivery manager at DVLA and Alice Genevois, senior data science manager at Lloyds Banking Group, two winners from last year's Women in Technology Excellence Awards, discuss the importance of coding clubs to bring people together...
The financial services company slashed its infrastructure footprint by two-thirds allowing it to close an expensive London data centre
All three executives have declined to take responsibility for spreading misinformation that resulted in the Capitol riots earlier this year
The lawsuit is based on the French consumer code, which protects consumers from deceptive commercial practices
'Free' may get the job done in the short term, but the long term health of your code - and of your operational systems - must be taken into account
It will likely be similar to the Messenger Kids which was launched in 2017 for children aged between 6 to 12 years
Bug bounties, or paying ethical hackers to find software flaws, are common in the infosec space. Can the same be applied to AI?
As a mid-sized company with complex needs, the engineering firm believes in buying the best and integrating between them
The new platform will be initially introduced in the US and is aimed at taking on Substack and Medium
The latest features are about tightening up the functionality and cutting verbosity, with easier integrations coming down the line
Delays to the DSAB programme have cost £173m so far
Russian regulator says Twitter could be blocked completely if it does not comply with government demands
Open source usage continues to grow at 28.6 per cent year-on-year finds OpenUK research
EBS support through Rimini Street will buy the Council time as well as saving 60 per cent on maintenance costs
Computing research: How is BI changing and who are the leaders?
GraphQL is a relatively new API technology, but only a few of the common concerns are justified, expains Martin Buhr