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AlgoSec, the leading provider of business-driven security policy management solutions, today announced AlgoSaaS, the industry’s first Network Security Policy Management Solution available as a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution.

AlgoSaaS delivers AlgoSec’s award-winning Security Management Solution functionality, already used at over 1,500 organizations worldwide, via a SaaS model, to enable progressive enterprise organizations to quickly and easily leverage the benefits of cloud-based security service offerings, including:

  • Industry-proven technology now available on-demand
  • Fast and simple deployment – ideal for organizations with limited IT staff resources
  • Little to no ongoing end-user maintenance
  • Seamless scalability in line with

The world’s largest tech companies further their advantage by building out extensive, global networks to deliver online services to businesses and consumers. This has never been an inexpensive endeavor, but the need for further sophistication and computing power has the bills growing larger each year and there are no signs of a slowdown on the horizon.

Take, for example, the largest three U.S.-based operators of cloud computing services. , Microsoft and Google had a combined $41.6 billion in capital expenditures and capital lease deals in 2017. That is up 33%

The Tipping Point for Finance and the Cloud

Posted on January 30, 2018
Category: Industry News

Cloud technology has changed how organizations work. From the way customers are tracked and managed to the way files are stored to the tracking of our vacation days, cloud technology has provided accessible, easy to deploy software across all functions that has resulted in huge productivity gains. While finance historically has been slower to adopt cloud technology, that is now changing. As uncovered by a recent CFO survey, 73 percent of CFOs said that they trust the cloud with their data, more than double the number who trusted the cloud three years ago (33 percent). What’s behind this dramatic and

The 500 most powerful supercomputers all use Linux.’

That’s according to the latest stats out from supercomputer hawks TOP500, who post a biannual list of the world’s most powerful commercially available computer systems. Linux has long dominated the TOP500 list, powering the majority of the machines that make it. At last count, back in June, 99.6% (or 498) of the top 500 fastest supercomputers ran Linux, But as of November 2017 that figure stands at a full 100%: the 500 most powerful supercomputers in the world now use Linux. The majority of these machines

Linux Fedora 27 Released. What’s New?

Posted on November 6, 2017
Category: Industry News

Fedora 27, the latest version of the Red Hat-sponsored Linux project that serves both as a user distribution and as a proving ground for new ideas in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, is set to arrive this week or next. The most important additions and changes in Fedora 27 include:

  • Greater modularization of the underlying system.
  • The latest versions of popular languages and system components.
  • Broader use of Flatpak software packaging for desktop apps.
  • Fedora alpha releases discontinued.

New Fedora features

Fedora 26 introduced the concept of modularity to Fedora. To paraphrase Fedora’s own description, the modularity project