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5 things a new project manager may find challenging

With all of the things to remember, starting your career as a new project manager can be stressful. Here are five things new project managers may find the most challenging. Image: iStockphoto/PRimageFactory As a new project manager (PM), making mistakes may not be out of the ordinary. A new project manager is likely to have […]

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Developers: How PINE64 is creating a community to compete with Raspberry Pi’s

PINE64 is on a social mission to make device ecosystems that developers can collaborate on. TechRepublic interviewed PINE64’s Lukasz Erecinski about the company’s philosophy toward open source. One of the consequences of the explosive popularity of the Raspberry Pi is the flourishing of competing ecosystems of single-board computers (SBCs). These devices fundamentally fall in either […]

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How you’re losing developers’ interest (and how to gain it)

You’ve got one “million-dollar minute” to get a developer’s attention and make her productive. Here’s how the best companies give developers a great experience from the start. Image: PRImageFactory, Getty Images/iStockphoto In the time it’s going to take you to read this article, you just might earn a developer’s trust or lose it. Developers used […]

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Will your Mac upgrade to macOS Catalina?

Apple plans to release macOS Catalina in the fall. Find out if your Mac is on the list of devices that fully support the new OS, or if you need to upgrade your hardware to run the latest version. More about Apple In approximately 3-4 months, Apple will make macOS 10.15 (aka Catalina) available to […]

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How will mmWave technology limit deployments of 5G to rural and suburban communities?

Early deployments of 5G mobile networks in the US rely heavily on millimeter wave technology, but deployments in Asia are more for sub-6 GHz. How will this impact deployment? At HPE Discover 2019, TechRepublic’s James Sanders spoke with Enterprise Strategy Group’s Bob Laliberte about how early deployments of 5G mobile networks in the US rely heavily on millimeter […]

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Tech news roundup: Amazon Prime Day, EA gaming service’s vulnerabilities, and the basics of multicloud

This week’s TechRepublic and ZDNet news stories include the brand battle between Apple and Microsoft, Word documents containing malicious links, and the future of on-premises databases. I’m Karen Roby with your TechRepublic and ZDNet news update. What’s Hot at TechRepublic Amazon Prime Day is right around the corner, and James Sanders wants to share the […]

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The easiest way to install Docker on macOS

Antsy to get Docker up and running on your Mac? If so, give Docker Desktop a go and be developing in minutes. Image: Docker For many, the ideal cloud development platform is macOS. It’s stable, offers an outstanding interface, and is pretty much everywhere. But for those who want to develop using Docker, what is […]

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Everything as a service: Is this the end of CapEx?

The Cloud Revolution allowed compute and storage to be delivered as a service. This has proven to be a popular model for the enterprise, though will this acceptance endure for specialized services? At HPE Discover 2019, TechRepublic’s James Sanders spoke with Enterprise Strategy Group’s Bob Laliberte about how the Cloud Revolution allowed compute and storage to be delivered […]

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DevOps will fail unless security and developer teams communicate better

DevOps initiatives have become important for 74% of organizations over the past year, but communication must improve for DevOps to be successful, according to Trend Micro. Communication between IT security and software development needs to improve before organizations can successfully implement a DevOps culture, according to the majority of IT leaders surveyed recently by Trend […]

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How Wacom plans to bring pen and paper into the digital age

At CES Asia, Wacom CEO Nobu Ide discussed what’s next for the company in AI and VR. Nobu Ide, Wacom President and CEO Ant Pruitt Wacom has done a great job offering tools for creative artists in a variety of form-factors and budgets. (For several years, I’ve advised new photographers to get their hands on […]