Thin Client News this month
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Wall Street says Oracle’s big layoffs and billion-dollar cost-cutting binge could be the key to finally becoming a power player in cloud and healthcare
To some Wall Street analysts, Oracle is becoming a rare turnaround story in the cloud era. The database giant, once a premier provider of software for private data centers, has seen its technology and business model upended. Like its legacy tech peers, Oracle
Verizon Is No Longer the Country’s Fastest Internet Provider. Who’s the New Champ?
A quarterly report, from speed-testing company Ookla, looks at the fastest median download speeds among major broadband companies.
GOLE1 Pro mini PC comes with 5.5-inch touch screen display, Gemini Lake processor (Crowdfunding)
GOLE1 was quite a unique mini PC when it launched in 2016 as it included a 5-inch touchscreen display. HIGOLE is now back with the GOLE1 Pro based on …
Microsoft has quietly started selling Windows 11 licenses
What just happened? When Microsoft released Windows 11, acquiring it involved either upgrading from Windows 10 or buying a pre-built PC. Recently,
Snowballing Ransomware Variants Highlight Growing Threat to VMware ESXi Environments
Luna, Black Basta add to rapidly growing list of malware tools targeted at virtual machines deployed on VMware’s bare-metal hypervisor technology.
Chromebooks to be banned in schools in entire country due to data policies
• In one Denmark school district, Chromebooks are banned along with Google Workspace. • The ban is due to Google’s data policies, which allegedly violate the GDPR. • Security officials are confident this ban would spread across the entire country. Chromebooks dominate the education
- WatchGuard Technologies’ New Policy Map Provides ‘X-Ray’ Vision into Firewall Configurations and Network Traffic(Opens in a new browser tab)
- Microsoft: Putting Windows 10 Inside Android Phones Could Seriously Hurt Google(Opens in a new browser tab)
- BYOD Policy Template(Opens in a new browser tab)
- Thin Client News Recommended – June 22(Opens in a new browser tab)