How to protect your data, applications, cryptography and OS – 100% of the time

Businesses looking to maximise the security, reliability, efficiency and performance of their essential, mission-critical applications are recognising the mainframe as a robust platform for a variety of workload types. With Ubuntu on IBM Z and LinuxONE, enhanced security features, pervasive encryption and cryptographic support are leveraged by any workload that must stand up to the […]

Looking for video editing software? The Snap Store has some nice apps for you.

In the past decade, video has become the most ubiquitous method of communication on the Web. Video clips are used for pretty much anything, from short software tutorials to hours-long live online gaming streaming. In some cases, the use of “moving pictures” might not be the best communication medium, but there is no denying the […]

Migrating to enterprise servers with Ubuntu on IBM Z

For mission-critical applications, security, reliability, and efficiency are essential. Linux excels in these areas, which is why it has become a highly popular platform for supporting key enterprise software. And for businesses looking to push the security and performance of their Linux-based applications even further, the next step is enterprise server computing. Enterprise servers offer […]

problem-oriented

I want to start using real-world examples and neat networking configurations and other problem-oriented efforts as my baseline for writing. Heck, I’d even like to try using MAAS to control my little Raspberry Pi farm, although that’s probably not the recommended configuration, and I’m not sure how PXE-booting would work yet.

Practical, problem-oriented documentation

I want to start using real-world examples and neat networking configurations and other problem-oriented efforts as my baseline for writing. Heck, I’d even like to try using MAAS to control my little Raspberry Pi farm, although that’s probably not the recommended configuration, and I’m not sure how PXE-booting would work yet.