ReadySpace New Update

ReadySpace Cloud Platform Release Notes : 20201015

New Features[Domain Names] Changed: Domains with special characters are converted to IDN format[Network] : Added with RPKI for enhanced security Bugs Fixed[SuperScaler] Fixed: Invoice date changes when the final invoice is issued after generation[SuperScaler] Fixed: Second currency on the invoice is shown in the same amounts as main if the Continue Reading

ReadySpace New Update

ReadySpace Cloud Platform Release Notes : 20200903

New Features[SuperScaler]: Improved categories with clearer navigation[Cloud Drive]: Coming updates to have 2FA for login[Cloud Server LS]: Improved with faster IOPS in Singapore Bugs Fixed[SuperScaler] Fixed: File upload form components do not work.[SuperScaler] Fixed: Unable to remove uploaded file.[SuperScaler] Fixed: Can’t attach multiple files with the same name.[WebSpace] Fixed: DNS Continue Reading

CentOS News

CPE Weekly: 2020-04-14 – Blog.CentOS.org

# CPE Weekly: 2020-04-14 Hi All, Apologies for the delayed weekly mail, I enjoyed a lovely four-dayweekend with my family over Easter which was important and didn’t getaround to sending this email. The upside is you get two emails from me this week instead Background:The Community Platform Engineering group is Continue Reading

CentOS News

Welcome to our new Board members! – Blog.CentOS.org

The CentOS community, along with the Governing Board, is pleased to welcome two new members to the Board. Effective 8th April 2020, Thomas Oulevey and Patrick Riehecky will be joining the project leadership. (See also KB’s announcement on the centos-devel mailing list.) I spoke with Karsten Wade, who is a Continue Reading

WordPress 5.3 “Kirk”

Introducing our most refined user experience with the improved block editor in WordPress 5.3! Named “Kirk” in honour of jazz multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk, the latest and greatest version of WordPress is available for download or update in your dashboard. 5.3 expands and refines the block editor with more intuitive Continue Reading

Why you should buy a pre-installed Ubuntu workstation | Ubuntu

Dell offers numerous workstations that come pre-installed with Ubuntu. For users wanting to run Ubuntu, pre-installed hardware offers a lot of long term benefits. On top of receiving the Ubuntu desktop experience out of the box, users receive specially fine-tuned features that complement their chosen hardware. For a PC to Continue Reading

A decision makers guide to Kubernetes deployment | Ubuntu

The container landscape is based on constantly evolving technology, with Kubernetes dominating the ecosystem for automating and managing containerised applications. While a very powerful software, it’s also complex. How do you compare Kubernetes to other options, get started with containers, and maintain over the long-term? In this webinar, you will Continue Reading

The 3CX Android App Beta Introduces Video Calling

How often do we hear the saying “How nice to put a face to a name”? Well, now you can with the 3CX App for Android Beta, introducing video calling. This latest update includes support for additional phones and models and adds important fixes such as the elimination of echo. Continue Reading

Free Rugby World Cup Streaming Service Can Be a Foul Play

The internet is a great source for information and entertainment. But it is also rife with fraud schemes, scams, misinformation, and other tactics to exploit your personal and financial data. Cybercriminals often focus on high-profile global events to find target victims in hopes of stealing their financial data. These criminals Continue Reading

VMware ESXi Command Injection Vulnerability

Overview VMware is the market leader in cloud infrastructure software, with over 41% market share. The VMware ESXi solution is a bare metal hypervisor that installs directly onto your physical server and partitions it into multiple virtual machines. The FortiGuard Labs team recently discovered a command injection vulnerability in VMware ESXi. This Continue Reading