July 23, 2016

Russian Government Hacks The D.N.C.

June 14, 2016 SysAdminNews

The Washington Post is reporting that Russian government hackers penetrated DNC computers over a year ago and have everything including all email and chat traffic. According to Washington Post sources their main purpose was to steal opposition research about Donald Trump. The Post said that Russian spies were also targeting […]

Microfluidic Cooling May Save Moore’s Law

June 10, 2016 SysAdminNews

Michael Kassner, a freelance writer, wrote a very interesting article published at TechRepublic on how microfluidic cooling might be the answer to preventing Moore’s Law from petering out. Moore’s Law is the observation made in 1965 by Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, that the number of transistors per square inch […]

Microsoft Rolls Out New Outlook.com to Users Worldwide

February 23, 2016 Chris Crum

Microsoft announced that the new Outlook.com is now out of preivew and is rolling out to users worldwide. New users in the North American region can sign up right away, and in other parts of the world will be able to very soon. Current Outlook.com users will get the upgrades […]

Google Drive Gets New Features

January 20, 2016 Chris Crum

Google announced a handful of new organizational features. The company bills them as “improvements that will help you more easily put things where they belong.” First off is a new “move” icon for files already in Drive when you’re browsing files. There’s an “Add to My Drive” option for everything […]

Google Cloud Gets Updated With Improved Features

November 5, 2015 Chris Crum

Google announced the launch of a new user interface for the Cloud Console for Cloud Platform. It features improved navigation, search, and customization features. “Many of you spend a lot of time there, deploying, configuring and managing various aspects of the platform,” writes product manager Stewart Fife in a blog […]

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