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Wednesday, 03 August 2022 15:04

Sanjay Poonen appointed Cohesity CEO and president

Next-gen data management company Cohesity has appointed former VMware and SAP senior executive Sanjay Poonen as CEO and president.

Published in People Moves

Open source solutions provider Red Hat has named Matt Hicks as its new president and chief executive officer, succeeding Paul Cormier who will serve as chairman.

Published in People Moves

Customer experience automation platform provider ActiveCampaign has appointed tech industry veteran Sameer Kazi as President.

Published in People Moves
Monday, 13 June 2022 05:11

Greg Tomb heads Zoom as new president

Communications platform provider Zoom Video Communications has appointed 20 year industry veteran Greg Tomb as president.

Published in People Moves

COMPANY NEWS:  Gigamon, the leading deep observability company, today announced the appointment of Shane Buckley as president and CEO, effective immediately. 

Published in Company News

Billed as a "Samsung veteran with over three decades of experience", Sangho Jo most recently led Samsung Electronics Europe and returns to the Southeast Asia & Oceania region.

Published in People Moves
Thursday, 20 October 2016 10:33

Splunk enables 3rd Presidential Debate at UNLV

The third and final US presidential debate is imminently upon us and Splunk is ensuring the UNLV infrastructure stays online.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
President Barack Obama achieved notoriety in BlackBerry-loving circles because he loved his handheld so much he insisted he continue to use it in office, despite past precedent that U.S. Presidents not compose e-mail. Yet, the National Security Agency may have been proven correct after a report by Fox News that the President’s BlackBerry has been hacked!

Published in Security
A draft bill introduced by two US Senators seeks to give President Obama a second big red button: one that could nuke American Internet connectivity during a 'cybersecurity emergency' in the interests of national security.

Thursday, 22 January 2009 20:23

U.S. announces space station concept 25 years ago

Twenty-five years ago, on January 25, 1984, President Ronald Reagan announced in his State of the Union Address the plan of the United States to build a permanently manned space station "within the decade."

Published in Space
A new President is about to be inaugurated; yes, Linux Australia's Council is in the midst of its general elections with the results to be declared at the annual general meeting held as part of Linux.Conf.Au (LCA) 2009.

Published in The Linux Distillery
One of the most repeated examples cited to promote open source philosophy is that of an electronic voting system. If this process is not understood or transparent then its results cannot be trusted. The strength of this argument has gone up a hundredfold with the discovery that Diebold counting software has been missing ballots for four years.

Published in The Linux Distillery
The Sexual Health article "Understanding Oral Sex" states that the way oral sex is talked about in U.S. society has links to the attitudes of its past two presidents (Clinton and Bush).

Published in Health
Tuesday, 02 December 2008 03:07

Obama goes for Google government

Barack Obama promised change during the US Presidential election race, now he is delivering it by adopting a Creative Commons license and introducing online public discussion forums as a first step towards a Google-enabled government.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 17 November 2008 16:51

Apple but no BlackBerry for President Obama

Barack Obama is facing change, big change, as he enters the White House in January. Could the Internet President have to do without his beloved BlackBerry in the no email zone that the office of US President has become?

Published in Government Tech Policy
Monday, 20 October 2008 19:43

Googling Barack Obama

Eric Schmidt informally advises the Obama campaign with regards to technology and energy issues. But if Barack Obama becomes the 44th President of the United States, will the Google CEO be his Government pick for the new role of Chief Technology Officer?

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 15 October 2008 16:33

Obama does a 360

With a third of American households owning one of the current batch of next-generation computer games consoles it was only a matter of time before a Presidential candidate started going after the hearts and minds of gamers...

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 03 October 2008 16:36

Obama 2.0 - the iPhone years

Barack Obama pretty much built his campaign to be the Democratic nominee for President of the United States on the back of a clever Internet bankrolling campaign. Now, as the voting date fast approaches, could bringing the iPhone into the election battleground be the smartest tech move Obama 2.0 has made?

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 25 September 2008 22:26

Who is the Palin hacker?

Already convicted and sentenced to public hanging by the right-wing political blogosphere, the supposed Palin hacker has yet to be indicted by a Federal Grand Jury. But that is not to say that the son of a Democratic state representative from Memphis is off the hook just yet...

Published in Networking
Visitors to the conservative Fox News reporter Bill O'Reilly's website might be forgiven for thinking all was as normal. Yet more than 200 of its paid subscribers details have been posted in public after the site was hacked, apparently in retaliation over comments O'Reilly made following the Sarah Palin email hack.

Published in Home Tech
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