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Past articles by Steven:

Tech industry dodges a financial bullet after SVB crash

What might have been the start of a catastrophic bank run after the Silicon Valley Bank failure has been stopped for now. But tech firms and start-ups that had assets at the bank could still feel a squeeze. → Read More

The office is dead

Forget the ongoing debate about remote work or hybrid workplaces. It's time to proclaim: "Long live working from home." → Read More

Yes, 'quiet quitting' is real

But there are things you can do about it — and you should. → Read More

Working from home is here to stay

Ignore the skeptics saying that to really get work done, you have to be back in the office. They're dead wrong. → Read More

Big clouds aren't always the right fit for small businesses

Sometimes, you need just the basics from a smaller cloud provider for your SMB needs. → Read More

Where SMBs are with the cloud

While many small businesses still rely on in-house servers, they're also moving quickly into the cloud. → Read More

Mirantis releases Lens Pro Kubernetes IDE

Mirantis, the cloud-native development company, is monetizing its Lens Kubernetes Integrated Development Environment with its new Lens 6 version. → Read More

The story behind Google’s in-house desktop Linux

The best-known Google operating system is Chrome OS, but inside Google itself, the company also uses its own Linux desktop distro — gLinux. → Read More

Mirantis moves into ZeroOps by acquiring

Mirantis claims it can make it possible for developers to move web applications and websites to the Kubernetes-based cloud in mere hours. → Read More

Cloudify partners with ServiceNow for business cloud automation

With this combination, your business can manage and connect your development team's CI/CD pipeline all the way to your production cloud. → Read More

Tech giants, including Meta, Google, and Amazon, want to put an end to leap seconds

For decades, we've used leap seconds to keep our computers in sync with Earth's rotation time. Now, Meta and many others argue that new leap seconds are more trouble than they're worth. → Read More

The Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition will soon arrive with Ubuntu Linux 22.04

Arguably the best Linux laptop now can officially run the latest Ubuntu Linux. → Read More

Red Hat's next steps, according to its new CEO and chairman

Where does Red Hat go from here? I asked Matt Hicks, CEO, and Paul Cormier, the chairman, and this is what they had to say. → Read More

Rocky Linux optimized for Google Cloud arrives

Looking for a CentOS 7 replacement? Google Cloud suggests you look at Rocky Linux. → Read More

Google ChromeOS Flex stable release breathes new life to enterprise laptops

Want to bring your old PC or Mac back to life? You can revive it from the dead with Google ChromeOS Flex. → Read More

Rocky Linux 9 arrives with everything you need to replicate the distro on your own

Rocky Linux is more than just a CentOS clone. With its Peridot build system, anyone can reproduce Rocky Linux from scratch, → Read More

Red Hat names new CEO

Matt Hicks, Red Hat's head of products and technologies, is taking over from former CEO Paul Cormier. → Read More

Sure, GitHub's AI-assisted Copilot writes code for you, but is it legal or ethical?

GitHub's Copilot is an AI-based, pair-programming service. Its machine learning model raises a number of questions. Open source experts weigh in. → Read More

Akamai Linode now offers Kali Linux instances

Kali Linux, the Linux of choice for hackers and security pros, is now available on the Linode cloud. → Read More

A new Chromebook saved my bacon when my old one died mid-business trip

In just over an hour I was back up and running. → Read More