Unity’s first post-IPO report: Revenue jumps 53% to $200.8 million

Unity Technologies reported its first quarterly earnings as a public company today, with revenues for the third quarter ended September 30 hitting $200.8 million, up 53.3% from the same quarter a year ago. Unity’s quarterly loss from operations was $141.7 million, or 70.6% of revenue, compared to a loss from operations of $41.7 million, or […]

SOCwise: A Security Operation Center (SOC) Resource to Bookmark

Core to any organization is managing cyber risk with a security operations function whether it be in-house or outsourced. McAfee has been and continues their commitment to protecting cyber assets. We are dedicated to empowering security operations and with this dedication comes expertise and passion. Introducing SOCwise a monthly series of blogs, podcasts and talks […]

The GOP Keeps Proving There’s No Election Fraud

“Election officials have run a great election,” says Ben Adida, executive director of VotingWorks, a nonprofit developer of open source voting machines and election auditing software. It’s not just court cases; Trump allies have also generated more wacky ideas to try and get their point across. On Tuesday, Texas lieutenant governor Dan Patrick offered up […]

HCL Software addresses changing business needs at Digital Week

HCL Software is working to improve developer productivity and tackle changing business needs. The company made a number of announcements and updates at its inaugural Digital Week user conference. The HCL Digital Experience (DX) solution has been updated to address cloud-native deployments. Features include a new digital asset manager, developer toolkits, and cloud-native capabilities for […]

Migrating from Vertica to Amazon Redshift

Amazon Redshift powers analytical workloads for Fortune 500 companies, startups, and everything in between. With Amazon Redshift, you can query petabytes of structured and semi-structured data across your data warehouse, operational database, and your data lake using standard SQL. When you use Vertica, you have to install and upgrade Vertica database software and manage the […]

5 Reasons Technical Support is Essential in the Big Data Age

In an age where data plays a fundamental role in every aspect of our lives, it’s relatively simple to find the answers that we need. You can conduct a Google query and you’ll quickly find thousands of helpful webpages, YouTube videos, and blogs dealing with the issue. Big data has made it possible to store […]

Meet the newest AWS Heroes including the first DevTools Heroes!

The AWS Heroes program recognizes individuals from around the world who have extensive AWS knowledge and go above and beyond to share their expertise with others. The program continues to grow, to better recognize the most influential community leaders across a variety of technical disciplines. Introducing AWS DevTools HeroesToday we are introducing AWS DevTools Heroes: […]

PlayStation 5 has the best launch lineup of this century

Console launches are often exciting until you start playing those launch games. Most systems take at least a year to get going, at least on the software front. Sure, sometimes you’ll get a Halo: Combat Evolved or The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but you usually have to wait a bit for the […]

Why people don’t trust contact tracing apps, and what to do about it

The news: Digital contact tracing apps have faced a wide range of difficulties, but that doesn’t mean we should abandon the idea, according to the authors of a new essay in the journal Science. Instead, they argue, successful digital contact tracing needs to be ethical, trustworthy, locally rooted, and adaptive to new data on what […]