Topic: operating systems

Security startup tries to outdo Windows

Windows 10 was only released last week, and already another company is trying to build a bigger and better Windows. Israeli security startup MorphiSec is working on a more secure version of Microsoft’s operating system, Business Insider reported. Dudu Mimran, the cofounder of MorphiSec, tells Business Insider that it is the Windows Microsoft should have … continue reading

TechValidate surveys Red Hat Enterprise Linux developers

More than half of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) developers responding to a recent survey indicated they have no plans to develop Internet of Things applications this year. This was among the findings from an application development survey from TechValidate. The report surveyed 3,170 RHEL customers regarding operating systems, workloads, mobile development skills, containers, the … continue reading

Guest View: Why your next app build doesn’t need to be iOS or Android

The Internet of Things (IoT) is delivering new screens and new showcases for quality apps beyond the traditional mobile ecosystem, opening the door to new app development revenue streams. This evolution has brought with it a burgeoning app economy that expands beyond the OS duopoly the mobile world is accustomed to. But what is the … continue reading

Oracle debuts Data-as-a-Service, Microsoft won’t invest in Cyanogen, and Samsung Business appears—SD Times news digest: March 16, 2015

Oracle has introduced Oracle Data as a Service (DaaS) for Customer Intelligence at the South by Southwest conference in Austin. Oracle DaaS for Customer Intelligence is designed to unify social and enterprise service channels and unstructured data sources through the Oracle Data Cloud. It can also perform semantic analysis and natural language processing on the … continue reading

Linux is the go-to choice for the cloud, report says

Linux is not only the top platform for the cloud, but users also consider it the most secure compared to other platforms, according to a report. The Linux Foundation has released the results of its annual Enterprise End User Report, revealing that 75% of enterprises use Linux as their primary cloud platform, compared to 23% … continue reading

OS architecture puts iOS apps on Android

Computer science researchers at Columbia develop an OS to run apps built for different mobile ecosystems … continue reading

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