Continuing the fight for a free and open internet

The fight to prevent internet service providers from being able to decide what you are allowed to do and see on the internet continues today. The FCC is set to vote on December 14th, 2017 (just two days from now) Continue reading Continuing the fight for a free and open internet

SUSE pushes open source SDS as solution to vendor lock-in

Add to favorites Kubernetes, Software Defined Storage, and a closer relationship with SAP all revealed at SUSECON. The recently 25 year old company SUSE is hoping that its open source based Software Defined Storage (SDS) can break customer lock-in. SUSE Continue reading SUSE pushes open source SDS as solution to vendor lock-in

Hat’s off for the new open source storage solution in town

Add to favorites Red Hat has released new storage solutions, how will they benefit customers using cloud storage? Red Hat has announced the release of its newest solution, the Red Hat Container-Native Storage 3.6. The latest version of the Storage Continue reading Hat’s off for the new open source storage solution in town

Net Neutrality and The Open Future I WP Engine Blog

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced this week that it will be voting December 14 on a plan proposed by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai which intends to tear down the groundbreaking Open Internet regulations from 2015—regulations which famously ensured equal Continue reading Net Neutrality and The Open Future I WP Engine Blog

Net Neutrality and The Open Future I WP Engine Blog

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced this week that it will be voting December 14 on a plan proposed by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai which intends to tear down the groundbreaking Open Internet regulations from 2015—regulations which famously ensured equal Continue reading Net Neutrality and The Open Future I WP Engine Blog

AT&T Suit Shows Web Has Enough Rules, Open Internet Foes Say

(Bloomberg) — People who cheered the Federal Communications Commission’s move to reject Obama-era net neutrality rules Tuesday say the government already has all the power it needs to regulate internet service without another set of regulations. And that power lies in Continue reading AT&T Suit Shows Web Has Enough Rules, Open Internet Foes Say

AT&T Suit Shows Web Has Enough Rules, Open Internet Foes Say

(Bloomberg) — People who cheered the Federal Communications Commission’s move to reject Obama-era net neutrality rules Tuesday say the government already has all the power it needs to regulate internet service without another set of regulations. And that power lies in Continue reading AT&T Suit Shows Web Has Enough Rules, Open Internet Foes Say

Accenture Left AWS S3 Buckets Containing Cloud Credentials Open to Public

Brought to you by ITPro Accenture left four Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 buckets open and downloadable to the public, containing software for its Accenture Cloud Platform enterprise cloud offering and other sensitive internal data, security researchers said today. The Continue reading Accenture Left AWS S3 Buckets Containing Cloud Credentials Open to Public

Accenture Left AWS S3 Buckets Containing Cloud Credentials Open to Public

Brought to you by ITPro Accenture left four Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 buckets open and downloadable to the public, containing software for its Accenture Cloud Platform enterprise cloud offering and other sensitive internal data, security researchers said today. The Continue reading Accenture Left AWS S3 Buckets Containing Cloud Credentials Open to Public