There is a story doing the rounds that the US Government is pissed off at Intel because Intel kept quiet about Meltdown and Spectre, it seems that the disclosure only happened after the vulnerability became public which was some six months after Intel were first told about it. The US
One of the things I'm passionately in support of is HTTPS everywhere. That is, every single website using HTTPS. It doesn't matter if it's a simple text site or if it's a full blown corporate webpage, it should be using HTTPS.
I also promote going beyond HTTPS on websites which
In the previous article I raised the fictional scenario of a company wanting to automate a timesheet submission process. In this article I'd like to touch on some of the project processes that would be used by the majority of companies.
Generally, most companies will start off with the sensible
I came across the above article earlier today and I know that examples of the above problems are not just endemic to development process but instead seem to be buried deep into the very psyche of the majority of IT projects today.
I honestly would not been surprised to see
Last night I watched the "Diana: Last Days of a Princess" documentary. I admit that I largely watched it just to moan about how much the British media is still concentrating on Diana but I was pleasantly surprised at how good the documentary was because they largely focused