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Yahoo TechnologyFeb 25, 2021
With Atlanta rising as a new hub for tech, early-stage firm Tech Square Ventures gets a new partner


Yahoo TechnologyFeb 24, 2021
Biden will review tech supply chains to reduce dependence on China


ComputerWorldFeb 24, 2021
How to hire and retain Black tech pros — for real
American companies are once again promising to increase minority hiring and retention in the aftermath of the 2020 police killings of George Floyd and other Black people and subsequent Black Lives Matter demonstrations. But Black people have heard this promise before — for decades, in fact — with little tangible change in the low employment numbers of Black engineers, developers, and IT pros.

For companies that really do want to change their staffs to better reflect diversity in the US, it's time to go beyond words and take action. To help you do that, Computerworld talked to several people in the frontlines of promoting the hiring of Black people for tech jobs. Their advice was strong and unambiguous: Define the business case for diversity, then follow up with a determined action plan and establish the metrics to monitor the results and adjust course as needed. And perhaps even harder, learn to truly connect with the Black community to establish the relationships that lead to sustainable diversity.

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eWeekDec 30, 2020
2020: Bad Year Overall, but Good Things Happened in Tech
eWEEK PERSPECTIVE: The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020 overshadowed nearly everything else. Business was disrupted, hundreds of thousands died, the economy was in shambles. The presidential campaign grew more and more negative, schools were closed, restaurants and other public places were shut down. It's been a rotten year. Nonetheless, tech made some big advances.

Network World SecurityOct 14, 2020
IBM expands the role of its hybrid-cloud security package
IBM is expanding the role of its security-software package for hybrid-cloud deployments by improving the gathering of security data collected within customer networks and drawing on third-party threat-intelligence feeds, among other upgrades.

IBM's Cloud Pak for Security, which features open-source technology for hunting threats and automation capabilities to speed response to cyberattacks, can bring together on a single console data gathered by customers' existing security point products.

IBM Cloud Paks are bundles of Red Hat's Kubernetes-based OpenShift Container Platform along with Red Hat Linux and a variety of connecting technologies to let enterprise customers deploy and manage containers on their choice of private or public infrastructure, including AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Alibaba and IBM Cloud.

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