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¿Cómo cambiarán los coches conectados al sector de la movilidad?

En la Sala 2 del Digital Business World Congress (DES 2017) se celebró una Mesa Redonda en la que se debatieron hacia qué situación se encontrará el sector de la movilidad en los próximos años. Moderados por Simon Cocking, Senior Editor de Irish Tech News, el tiempo de debate contó con las aportación de Estela […]

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¿Cómo los bots pueden ayudar en los procesos de comunicación de las empresas?

Los Bots avanzan cada vez más, haciendo posible que las empresas puedan trabajar de forma ágil y eficaz los procesos de comunicación.  Ignacio Sánchez Enjuto, IBM Collaboration Solutions Consultant, ofreció en el Sala Green State del evento DES 2017 una demo de IBM Watson, el sistema informático de Inteligencia artificial creado por la compañía, integrado […]

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Analíticas y nube inteligente muestran la visión de SAP de la empresa del futuro

SAP SE ha presentado su hoja de ruta y nuevas herramientas para ayudar a superar los complejos desafíos que afrontan las empresas en un mundo pleno de datos. SAP es el compañero inteligente con el que navegar en el mar de datos, gracias a sus aplicaciones analíticas con acceso basado en la nube a todas […]

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La visibilidad de Adaptive Defense, la mejor protección contra Wannacry

Al conocerse el ataque masivo del ransomware WannaCry a varias empresas españolas, y la confirmación su alcance a nivel mundial, el equipo de Soporte y el Laboratorio de Panda Security han monitorizado y analizando de manera intensiva el ciberataque. En un contexto en el que el ciberataque se ha extendido a más de 150 países […]

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Akamai publica su Informe sobre el Estado de Internet en materia de seguridad del primer trimestre de 2017

Akamai Technologies, Inc., la mayor plataforma de entrega en la nube del mundo y en la que confían más usuarios, ha publicado su Informe sobre el Estado de Internet en materia de seguridad del primer trimestre de 2017. El informe se basa en los datos recopilados por la Plataforma Inteligente de Akamai (Akamai Intelligent Platform) para […]

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¿Qué hacer después de un ciberataque global?

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. el mayor proveedor mundial especializado en seguridad, analiza el origen y las consecuencias del ciberataque masivo que ha puesto a medio mundo en jaque. Según las últimas estimaciones de la Europol, hay ya 200.000 afectados-principalmente empresas- de 150 países como consecuencia del ransomware. Entre las empresas afectadas se encuentran hospitales […]

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Cómo potenciar el ecommerce a través de PrestaShop

El Teatro Goya de Madrid albergó una nueva edición del PrestaShop Day, el evento donde se exponen consejos, tendencias actuales y oportunidades de negocio para el ecommerce gracias a utilizar PrestaShop, la solución de ecommerce basada en software libre número 1 en España, que en el próximo mes de junio cumplirá 10 años. Presentado por Bertrand […]

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Akamai reduce las diferencias entre el streaming en directo y la emisión en televisión

Akamai Technologies, la mayor plataforma de entrega en la nube del mundo y en la que confían más usuarios, lleva la estabilidad y fiabilidad de la emisión en televisión a Internet. La nueva generación de su sistema Media Services Live para la entrega 24/7 de vídeo online lineal/en directo está diseñada para ofrecer soporte a proveedores de servicios de […]

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New Strain of Linux Malware Could Get Serious

A new strain of malware targeting Linux systems, dubbed “Linux/Shishiga,” could morph into a dangerous security threat. Eset disclosed the threat, which represents a new Lua family unrelated to previously seen LuaBot malware. Linux/Shishiga uses four protocols — SSH, Telnet, HTTP and BitTorrent — and Lua scripts for modularity, wrote Detection Engineer Michal Malik and Eset researchers.

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Moby, LinuxKit Kick Off New Docker Collaboration Phase

Docker this week introduced two new projects at DockerCon with an eye to helping operating system vendors, software creators and in-house tinkerers create container-native OSes and container-based systems. The projects are based on a new model for cross-ecosystem collaboration and the advancement of containerized software. Both projects aim to help users adopt container technology.

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Report: Commercial Software Riddled With Open Source Code Flaws

Black Duck Software has released its 2017 Open Source Security and Risk Analysis, detailing significant cross-industry risks related to open source vulnerabilities and license compliance challenges. Black Duck conducted audits of more than 1,071 open source applications for the study. There are widespread weaknesses in addressing open source security vulnerability risks across key industries.

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Kingsoft Adds Cloud Support to WPS Office

Kingsoft had announced an expansion to its WPS Office suite to include WPS Cloud. The upgrade enables users to work in a cross-platform office suite environment with added storage, file roaming and sharing capabilities. The cloud-enhanced version is available for PCs and mobile as a fully functional free release and with premium subscriptions. It runs on Linux, Windows, Mac and Android devices.

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Shuttleworth Gives Up Hope for Convergence Breakthrough

Canonical’s long and winding quest for a unified user experience came to a sudden halt on Wednesday, as founder Mark Shuttleworth announced the firm’s decision to stop investing in its struggling Unity8 shell and revert to Gnome. The 6-year-old Unity plan was to create a user interface that could work on various types of devices, ranging from a mobile phone to a personal computer or tablet.

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Samsung’s Tizen OS Riddled With Security Holes

There are more than three dozen previously unknown flaws that pose a potential threat to consumers using some Samsung TVs, watches and phones, a security researcher has reported. Hackers could exploit the vulnerabilities found in Samsung’s Tizen operating system to gain remote access and control of a variety of the company’s products, according to Amihai Neiderman, head of research at Equus Software.

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Munich City Government to Dump Linux Desktop

Munich city officials turned lots of heads 10 years ago, when they voted to swap out Microsoft Windows with LiMux — a custom desktop version of the Linux operating system, based on Ubuntu Linux. The current municipal government wants to dump LiMux and replace its 15,000 computers with Windows 10. The city’s general council this week voted to investigate the costs of building a Windows 10 client.

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LibreOffice Update Offers Fresh Experience

The Document Foundation on Wednesday announced the general availability of LibreOffice 5.3, one of the office suite’s most feature-rich upgrades since 2010, when it forked from OpenOffice at version 3.3. Dubbed “5.3 Fresh,” this latest release takes the development of LibreOffice in a new direction with a focus on updating the user experience, according to Italo Vignoli of the Document Foundation.

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Google, FCA Test-Drive New Open Source Infotainment System

Google and FCA this week showcased a new in-auto infotainment platform at CES in Las Vegas. The open source system combines Uconnect with Android Auto. The companies demonstrated their concept design inside a Chrysler 300 sedan at the show. The integration of Android and Uconnect enables a system built for connectivity and compatibility with the universe of popular Android applications.

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Ubuntu Releases IoT Core Platform

Canonical has released Ubuntu Core 16 for the Internet of Things to provide enhanced security and app store support for connected devices. The platform provides regular security updates and gives independent software vendors, manufacturers and enterprises control of system updates. Ubuntu Core 16 uses Ubuntu’s snap packages technology to ensure that IoT applications access only necessary data.

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Antique Kernel Flaw Opens Door to New Dirty Cow Exploit

A Linux security vulnerability first discovered more than a decade ago once again poses a threat, Red Hat warned last week, as an exploit that could allow attackers to gain enhanced privileges on affected computers has turned up in the wild. Users need to take steps to patch their systems to prevent the exploit, known as “Dirty Cow,” from granting access to unprivileged attackers.

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Fedora 25 Beta Resets the Linux Performance Bar

Red Hat has released the beta version of Fedora 25, an open source Linux operating system maintained by the Fedora Project community. The beta release sharpens cloud and developer features, making this Linux distro more attractive to enterprise users. Fedora Linux is the community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL. Fedora 25 comes in three editions: Cloud, Server and Workstation.

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Google’s New Fonts Chip Away at Written Language Barriers

Project Noto, one of Google’s most ambitious undertakings ever, has reached a milestone: Noto now supports 800 languages and 100 writing scripts. Google and Monotype launched the open source initiative to create a typeface family that supports all the languages in the world, even rarely used languages. Both serif and sans serif letters with up to eight weights are supported.

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Opera’s Free VPN Takes On Internet Privacy Challenge

Opera earlier this week released a new version of its browser, Opera 40, which comes with a free virtual private network service built in. The official rollout follows five months of user experimentation with a beta version. After evaluating beta users’ feedback, the company brought on additional servers, added options for global or private browsing, and created iOS and Android versions.

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Udacity Fuels Autonomous Vehicle Engineering Dreams

Online education company Udacity on Tuesday introduced a new “nanodegree” program in self-driving auto engineering. President Sebastian Thrun made the announcement. The goal is to build a crowdsourced, open source self-driving car, he said. Students will learn the skills and techniques used by self-driving car teams at the most innovative companies in the world, Udacity has promised.

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Arya.ai’s Braid Aims to Weave Together Neural Network Components

Startup Arya.ai on Monday introduced Braid, an open source tool available for free to companies developing neural networks. Braid is a flexible, customizable, modular meta-framework that works with operating systems for deep learning, according to the company. It is designed for rapid development and to support arbitrary network designs. It is simple and scalable, Arya.ai said.

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Linux Botnets on a Rampage

Linux-operated botnet Distributed Denial of Service attacks surged in this year’s second quarter, due to growing interest in targeting Chinese servers, according to a Kaspersky Lab report released this week. South Korea kept its top ranking for having the most command-and-control servers. Brazil, Italy and Israel ranked among the leaders behind South Korea for hosting C&C servers, according to Kaspersky Lab.

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Fedora 24 Pushes Linux Boundaries

Red Hat this week announced the release of Fedora 24, an open source Linux operating system maintained by the Fedora Project community. Fedora Linux is the community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL. Fedora 24 is comprised of a set of base packages that form the foundation of three distinct editions: Fedora 24 Cloud, Fedora 24 Server and Fedora 24 Workstation.

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