Apr 16th 2021
This Week in Enterprise Tech 439
Kubernetes on a Half Shell
Hosted by Louis Maresca, Brian Chee, Curtis Franklin
U.S. Gov strikes back at Kremlin, FBI remotely hacks computers to protect them, Kubernetes anywhere, anytime
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Guests: Marc Campbell
- U.S. Government formally blames Russia for SolarWinds hack
- Software developer arrested in a computer sabotage case
- Workers' union want states to regulate ISPs as utilities
- Protecting the Right to Organize Act, which would change decades-old labor laws to strengthen unions
- Pandemic pushes bot operators to redirect efforts
- Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile kill cross-carrier RCS plans
- Taiwan's drought might make the chip shortage worse
- Marc Campbell, Chief Technology Officer of Replicated talks about innovations in containers that help deliver Kubernetes apps anywhere, anytime to anyone
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- US government strikes back at Kremlin for SolarWinds hack campaign
- Software Developer Arrested in Computer Sabotage Case
- AT&T/Verizon workers’ union urges states to regulate ISPs as utilities
- The Technology 202: The tech industry is fighting a bill making it easier for its workers to organize
- Pandemic Pushes Bot Operators to Redirect Efforts
- Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile kill their cross-carrier RCS messaging plans
- The Chip Shortage Is Bad. Taiwan’s Drought Threatens to Make It Worse.
- The FBI is remotely hacking hundreds of computers to protect them from Hafnium