Tech article reading list
Here are our readers’ favorite stories from the past year.
As we say goodbye to 2020, we revisit this year’s most popular stories.
Our top 10 reads cover the year’s most compelling and timely topics: the workplace of the future, how COVID-19 is accelerating digital transformation, supercomputing’s far-reaching impact on our lives, and more.
Read about the ongoing battle between business and cybercriminals in this year’s most-read story.
Businesses are putting digital transformation into high gear. Experts share priority elements of the process.
Like your car? Love the movies? Happy with your doctor and your bank? You’ve got a supercomputer to thank.
As enterprises turn to hybrid IT, they’re finding that conventional identity and access management doesn’t keep up.
You probably can’t provide security for workers at home that matches that of your office, but you can come close. Here are some ideas.
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In this report, we explore all that’s needed to make your digital transformation successful — from strategies for your workforce to how to ensure your tech is secure.
If you were to imagine the perfect book to describe IT organizations right now, it might be entitled A Tale of Two Clouds. Here are eight steps companies can follow to tackle immediate challenges and jump on the path to building cloud-everywhere environments.
Supercomputers are about to become a whole lot more powerful, enabling researchers to tackle some of the world’s biggest problems. Argonne National Laboratory’s Rick Stevens talks about ‘the biggest, baddest’ computer in the world.
Complexity, uniqueness, and periodic change have long been the top best practices for passwords, but new recommendations have led to changes around password policies.
After all these years, the core developers of Linux keep innovating. New versions will be faster and more stable.
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