The recent batch of speculative execution flaws, nicknamed Meltdown and Spectre, will likely hold the torch as the most widespread and all-encompassing security events in modern history.
Forbes Technology Council members are in a wide range of industries and come from a diverse set of experiences. However, they all have lots of great insights to share, from best practices for technology departments to smart predictions for the future of tech. This week: Andrew Takacs.
Tech businesses like Intel, VMware, Microsoft and countless others are pouring billions into cloud technologies, and we are now seeing a new generation of cloud computing starting to mature.
We have learned that the CryptoWall ransomware activity has increased recently and the point of entry has been disguised as an incoming resume.
Technology is always changing. CTO Andy Takacs shares some of his predictions about which trends he is excited for in 2014.
Zumasys CTO Andy Takacs discusses VMware’s vCloud Hybrid Service announcement why it is a positive development for existing cloud service providers, like us.
If you haven’t heard yet, VMware has changed how licensing for vSphere products works for the upcoming version 5 release.