Companies that established open-source program offices over the last few years now need more C-suite oversight to drive education, awareness, and use of open-source software. That sets the stage for an expanded role of open-source program officers.
To help companies prepare for the changing nation-state attack landscape, Forrester has a new model to defend themselves and prepare for an expected onslaught of regulations to follow.
One of the product’s key features is its recommendation engine, which provides developers with suggested code fixes to address accessibility issues efficiently.
Two of the most noticeable benefits a distributed work model brings are cost-effectiveness and worker efficiency, which can help companies recognize direct and indirect savings.
Given the impact of persistent inflation on IT spending, Microsoft's cloud-based operating system Windows 365 may soon become much more appealing. The revenue impact of this could be devastating for traditional PC makers.
What looks like "bossism" or a perverse crackdown by tech management to put employees in their place is more likely a pull-back from over-hiring at the start of the pandemic.
In the cloud era, connectors are reaching their breaking point. Just as they were created to address an industry pain point, a new model designed to solve the connector impasse has emerged called identity orchestration recipes.
King of the Curve combines gamification and social strategies to assist science students in scoring better on med school entrance exams and related challenges.
Software developers should be thrilled with this year's potential. Yoav Abrahami, chief architect and head of Velo at Wix Code discussed with TechNewsWorld why he sees such a rosy prospect for 2023.