Thales is investing in a large ecosystem of partners to work on quantum-resistant cryptography: without it, legacy cryptography could be broken overnight.
Stories by By Tamlin Magee
Chronicle - the 'moonshot' or experimental spinout that would become an independent security company - will be folded into Google Cloud.
Massive Danish consumer website Trustpilot contains roughly 60 million user generated reviews spanning 230,000 companies - and attracts more than 3 billion reviews read in just a single month.
A new open source framework that aims to make building machine learning pipelines easier for data scientists was released today by QuantumBlack, the data analytics outfit snapped up by McKinsey in 2015 and that has its roots in data work for Formula 1 racing teams.
In the short time since we last interviewed LF Energy's executive director Shuli Goodman - in November 2018, shortly after it was founded - the body, which came out of the Linux Foundation and aims to make energy usage drastically more efficient with an open source framework, has added more than 20 new members and established three projects.
In heavily regulated industries where safety is paramount, and where inspections can - and do - happen at any time, visibility into an organisation's safety and compliance data is absolutely vital.
Appian founder and board game designer Matt Calkins believes that "openness is the way to go" with regards to running the proprietary low-code provider, and said that - while there are no plans at present - he hasn't ruled out open sourcing some of the components across the platform.
Low-code enterprise vendor Appian has integrated Google AI services into its app-building platform, with the goal of making AI capabilities "drag and drop" for its customers.
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst discusses what he can regarding the IBM-Red Hat acquisition, which has just been approved by the US Department of Justice.
With the latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift being packed with Kubernetes-friendly features, Red Hat is looking to create what its CTO Chris Wright calls the "autonomic computing platform".
Some of the most prominent messaging that emerged from the recent SUSEcon event, held in Nashville last month, was that it was now the world's largest, independent open source company (particularly in wake of the Red Hat-IBM deal). But what does this spell for its relationship with OpenStack?
Blizzard Entertainment has turned to OpenStack's Senlin clustering service to help with autoscaling infrastructure for its massively popular first-person shooter Overwatch, accounting for a 40 percent reduction in its virtual machine (VM) usage as a result.
A $4.4bn deal in 2015 saw AOL-owned publications transferred to Verizon Media (at that time called Oath, the group was rebranded in January 2019). Despite the long legacy tail, the company now runs the majority of its publications on open source.
Airbus is seeking to pool together the best minds in quantum computing to push forward aviation design, optimisation and modelling with a competition that will run throughout the year.
When UK challenger bank Monzo began building its platform, the team decided it would get running with container orchestration platform Kubernetes "the hard way". The result is that the team now has visibility into outages or other problems, and Miles Bryant, platform engineer at Monzo, shared some observations at the bank at the recent Open Infrastructure Day event in London.