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WIRTW #546 (the “Arrivederci” edition)

Today is good bye … but only for two weeks. My kids' school gives them that much time off for Spring Break each year. So we are headed to Italy. Rome and Florence to be precise. I'll be back on April 1 (no foolin') with some thoughts about what I learned on my Spring Break. In the meantime, if you have any last minute tips on what to do, see, or eat in either of these cities, drop a note in the comments below. Here's what I read this week: Discrimination Two-Percent, Schmoopercent — via Kate Bi...
Tags: Spotify, Texas, Law, Congress, Chicago, Ada, Florence, Harvard Business Review, Joe, Citrix, Jonathan, EEOC, NLRA, Eric Meyer, FLSA, Jon Hyman


Karat’s Interviewers, Software Help Tech Firms Assess Engineers

When it comes to interviewing candidates for software engineering positions at big technology companies, “takes one to know one” tends to be an appropriate axiom, says Mohit Bhende. He’s one of the co-founders of Karat, a Seattle-based startup that uses proprietary software and its own stable of freelance interviewers to help some of the marquee names in tech assess job applicants.It’s typical for someone who has applied for a engineering role at a large software company to be first screened by...
Tags: Startups, Pinterest, Microsoft, Interviews, Trends, Tech, Recruiting, Paypal, HR, Software, Engineering, Xbox, Human Resources, Talent, Seattle, Melinda Gates


F5 acquires NGINX for $670M to move into open-source, multi-cloud services

Multi-cloud architecture is a huge trend in enterprise, and today F5 made a big move to bring its own business closer to it. The company, which provides cloud and security application services, announced that it has acquired NGINX, the commercial company behind the popular open source web server, for $670 million. We’d actually been hearing murmurs of this acquisition for a while with a pricetag of around $700 million. On top of that, our sources say NGINX was shopping itself around and other co...
Tags: TC, Tech, Goldman Sachs, Nginx, Citrix, Robertson, ADC, Gus Robertson, Francois Locoh Donou, Maxim Konovalov, NGINX F5, Igor Syosev


Citrix Data Breach – Iranian Hackers Stole 6TB of Sensitive Data

Popular enterprise software company Citrix that provides services to the U.S. military, the FBI, many U.S. corporations, and various U.S. government agencies disclosed last weekend a massive data breach of its internal network by "international cyber criminals." Citrix said it was warned by the FBI on Wednesday of foreign hackers compromising its IT systems and stealing "business documents," [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Tech, Hacking News, Data Breach, Fbi, Password Hacking, Network Hacking, Data Security, Citrix, Swati Khandelwal, Enterprise Security, Citrix Software, Citrix Data Breach


Citrix Discloses Security Breach of Internal Network (slashdot)

Citrix disclosed today a security breach during which hackers accessed the company's internal network. In a short statement posted on its blog, Citrix Chief Security Information Officer Stan Black said Citrix found out about the hack from the FBI earlier this week. From a report: "On March 6, 2019, the FBI contacted Citrix to advise they had reason to believe that international cyber criminals gained access to the internal Citrix network," Black said. "While not confirmed, the FBI has advised th...
Tags: News, Fbi, Black, Citrix, Msmash, Stan Black, Citrix network Black


FBI warns of SIM-swap scams, IBM finds holes in visitor software, 13-year-old girl charged over JavaScript prank...

Tired: Booth babes. Wired: Floof babes. Expired: Conference hall carpets Roundup This week we had an NSA reverse-engineering toolkit released at the RSA Conference, a buffer bashed aboard British Airways, big trouble brewing for Citrix, plus much more.…
Tags: Nsa, Fbi, Software, Ibm, British Airways, Citrix


Citrix: We had to find out from the FBI that our internal IT was hacked – and we have no idea what the crims stole

'The specific documents that may have been accessed are currently unknown' says CISO Citrix is warning customers that hackers unknown have been romping through its internal company network stealing corporate secrets.…
Tags: Fbi, Software, Citrix, CISO Citrix


Iranian hackers ransack Citrix, make off with 6TB+ of emails, biz docs, internal secrets

Remote-desktop giant 'among more than 200 govt agencies, oil, gas, tech corps' hit by cyber-gang Updated Citrix today warned its customers that foreign hackers romped through its internal company network and stole corporate secrets.…
Tags: Software, Citrix


Iranian-backed hackers ransacked Citrix, swiped 6TB+ of emails, docs, secrets, says cyber-biz

Remote-desktop giant 'among more than 200 govt agencies, oil, gas, tech corps' hit by gang Updated Citrix today warned its customers that foreign hackers romped through its internal company network and stole corporate secrets.…
Tags: Software, Citrix


Iranian-backed hackers ransacked Citrix, swiped 6TB+ of emails, docs, secrets, claims cyber-biz

Remote-desktop giant 'among more than 200 govt agencies, oil, gas, tech corps' hit by gang Updated Citrix today warned its customers that foreign hackers romped through its internal company network and stole corporate secrets.…
Tags: Software, Citrix


Citrix Discloses Security Breach of Internal Network

Citrix disclosed today a security breach during which hackers accessed the company's internal network. In a short statement posted on its blog, Citrix Chief Security Information Officer Stan Black said Citrix found out about the hack from the FBI earlier this week. From a report: "On March 6, 2019, the FBI contacted Citrix to advise they had reason to believe that international cyber criminals gained access to the internal Citrix network," Black said. "While not confirmed, the FBI has advised th...
Tags: Tech, Fbi, Black, Citrix, Stan Black, Citrix network Black


Customers baffled as Citrix forces password changes for Sharefile

Customers confused over requests to change credentials Citrix says there is no reason to panic after it asked customers to reset their passwords on its Sharefile service.…
Tags: Software, Citrix


Customers baffled as Citrix forces password changes for document-slinging Sharefile outfit

No reason to panic, apparently: Redoing login details to become a regular thing Citrix says there is no reason to panic after it asked customers to reset their passwords on its Sharefile service.…
Tags: Software, Citrix


IGEL to Showcase Secure Endpoint Management Solutions During Nutanix .NEXT Europe Conference

Together with Nutanix and Citrix, IGEL Delivers a Simple, Smart and Secure End User Computing Environment with Flexible Central Management LONDON, November 28, 2018 – IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, today announced that it will Read more… The post IGEL to Showcase Secure Endpoint Management Solutions During Nutanix .NEXT Europe Conference appeared first on TechRecur: Latest Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, Analysis, Press Releases.
Tags: London, Seo, It, Nutanix, Citrix, News Trends, IGEL, ConsumerTechnology


Microsoft acquires FSLogix to enhance Office 365 virtual desktop experience

Back in September, Microsoft announced a virtual desktop solution that lets customers run Office 365 and Windows 10 in the cloud. They mentioned several partners in the announcement who were working on solutions with them. One of those was FSLogix, a Georgia virtual desktop startup. Today, Microsoft announced it has acquired FSLogix. It did not share the purchase price. “FSLogix is a next-generation app-provisioning platform that reduces the resources, time and labor required to support virtuali...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Cloud, Cook, Enterprise, Microsoft, Office 365, Azure, Georgia, Austin, M&a, Brad Anderson, Cto, Citrix, Randy Cook


There's been an enterprise tech IPO rush in 2018. Here are the 15 key execs driving the new class of startups

Enterprise tech startups have been on a 12-month IPO joyride. From MongoDB to Dropbox to , more than 20 startups in the enterprise tech industry have sold shares to the public and made splashy Wall Street debuts this past year.  Unlike consumer internet companies whose products are usually free and designed for the masses, these enterprise startups create products and service that are sold to other businesses. It's a massive $3.7 trillion worldwide market, and yet these startups don't always e...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Trends, Atlanta, Bank, Cto, Business Insider, Citrix, Crain, HOROWITZ, Inc Magazine, BusinessWeek, Dwight Merriman, Laube, Cardlytics, Dholakia


Citrix buys VC-backed micro app platform Sapho

Citrix has acquired San Bruno, California-based Sapho, a micro app platform, according to an online Citrix announcement. No financial terms were disclosed. Sapho’s backers included Caffeinated Capital.
Tags: Trends, M&a, Citrix, San Bruno California, Sapho


15 movers and shakers driving a new breed of startups in the enterprise tech IPO rush

Enterprise tech startups have been on a 12-month IPO joyride. From MongoDB to Dropbox to , more than 20 startups in the enterprise tech industry have sold shares to the public and made splashy Wall Street debuts this past year.  Unlike consumer internet companies whose products are usually free and designed for the masses, these enterprise startups create products and service that are sold to other businesses. It's a massive $3.7 trillion worldwide market, and yet these startups don't always e...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, New York, India, Trends, Atlanta, Bank, Cto, Business Insider, Citrix, Crain, HOROWITZ, Inc Magazine, BusinessWeek, Dwight Merriman, Laube, Cardlytics


Citrix pays $200M to acquire Sapho, which connects legacy software with ‘micro apps’

As large organizations grapple with adopting modern work practices without throwing out all of their legacy software, a company that works with them is making an acquisition that it hopes will help with that process. Citrix today is announcing that it has acquired Sapho, a startup that develops “micro apps” for legacy software so that workers could use then as they would more modern applications: in the cloud, on mobile and more. We understand that the acquisition was for around $200 million in ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Enterprise, Microsoft, CMO, Prague, Ibm, Sap, Bay Area, Citrix, Sappho, Citrix Citrix, Peter Yared, Sapho, David Henshall, AME Cloud Ventures Louie Alsop Felicis Ventures


Why Telcos Are Still Moving to the Cloud

This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Stacey Kuyf, writer and content strategist for atmail The cloud is no longer new technology. In fact, according to research by Citrix , by 2025 it will be so entrenched in our business processes that the term will be obsolete. This is because the cloud will simply be synonymous ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: Cloud Computing, Advertising, Citrix, Industry Viewpoint, Stacey Kuyf


End User Computing Veteran Robin Brandl Joins CloudJumper As Cloud Desktop/Workspace Demand Accelerates

Former Executive for VMware, Microsoft, and Citrix to Expand Strategic Alliances Globally GARNER, NC – (November 1, 2018) – CloudJumper, a leading provider of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Workspace as a Service (WaaS) and Desktop as a Service (DaaS) solutions, Read more… The post End User Computing Veteran Robin Brandl Joins CloudJumper As Cloud Desktop/Workspace Demand Accelerates appeared first on TechRecur: Latest Telecom Media & Technology News, Trends, Analysis, Press Releases.
Tags: Cloud, Seo, Citrix, VMware Microsoft, News Trends, Garner NC, Robin Brandl, VDI Workspace


Alexa for Business opens up to third-party device makers

Last year, Amazon announced a new initiative, Alexa for Business, designed to introduce its voice assistant technology and Echo devices into a corporate setting. Today, it’s giving the platform a big upgrade by opening it up to device makers who are building their own solutions that have Alexa built-in. The change came about based on feedback from the existing organizations where Alexa for Business is today being used, Amazon says. The company claims thousands of businesses have added an Amazon ...
Tags: Amazon, Echo, Enterprise, Microsoft, Cortana, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Amazon Echo, Voice Search, Polycom, Alexa, Voice Assistant, Plantronics, Citrix, Amazon Alexa, Alexa Voice Service


3 Ways to Make Power a Good Thing

I like to ask workshop participants where they got their power. Some say from their jobs; others say from within themselves. Most people, however, say they don’t have any power, nor do they want any. Their point of view is understandable. Too often, we see those in high ranking positions use their power to control or for personal gain. Their actions turn us off, so we turn away from wanting to have power, seeing it as something negative or that corrupts. However, many of us want to change how le...
Tags: Leadership, Balance, Power, Uncategorised, Control, Citrix, Scott Fitzgerald, Mark Templeton, Contradictions


Microsoft To Bring Multi-User Virtualization To Windows, Office With Windows Virtual Desktop Service (slashdot)

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: On Sept. 24, Microsoft announced what it's calling the Windows Virtual Desktop (WMD). WVD will allow users to virtualize Windows 7 and 10, Office 365 ProPlus apps and other third-party applications by running them remotely in Azure virtual machines. Using WMD, customers will be able to provide remote desktop sessions with multiple users logged into the same Windows 10 or Windows Server virtual machine. They also can opt to virtualize the full deskt...
Tags: News, Microsoft, Citrix, VDI, Microsoft Store, BeauHD, Microsoft Cloud Solution Providers


Microsoft To Bring Multi-User Virtualization To Windows, Office With Windows Virtual Desktop Service

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: On Sept. 24, Microsoft announced what it's calling the Windows Virtual Desktop (WMD). WVD will allow users to virtualize Windows 7 and 10, Office 365 ProPlus apps and other third-party applications by running them remotely in Azure virtual machines. Using WMD, customers will be able to provide remote desktop sessions with multiple users logged into the same Windows 10 or Windows Server virtual machine. They also can opt to virtualize the full deskt...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, Citrix, VDI, Microsoft Store, Microsoft Cloud Solution Providers


Still holding out on Windows 10? Microsoft tempts upgrade with virtual desktop to Azure

Still great pals with Citrix, but users will find the Windows 7 offer enticing With Windows Virtual Desktop, Microsoft is offering corporate Window 7 users yet another migration path to Windows 10; this time via Azure.…
Tags: Microsoft, Software, Citrix


Commons Clause stops open-source abuse

Salil Deshpande Contributor Salil Deshpande serves as the managing director of Bain Capital Ventures. He focuses on infrastructure software and open source. More posts by this contributor Let’s define “container-native” After the Satoshi Roundtable, is there a way to bridge the bitcoin divide? There’s a dark cloud on the horizon. The behavior of cloud infrastructure providers, such as Amazon, threatens the viability of open source....
Tags: Amazon, TC, Open Source, Cloud, Column, Tech, General Motors, General Electric, EMC, Bain Capital Ventures, Redis Labs, Citrix, Amazon Web Services AWS, BSD, Michael DeHaan, Redis


Compact thin client runs on Raspberry Pi 3 B+

Clientron has launched an “S-Cube Pi 3 B+ Thin Client” built around the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ SBC with Citrix XenDesktop, Microsoft RDP, and VMware Horizon View support. The S-Cube Pi 3 B+ Thin Client is the first thin client we’ve seen built around the new Raspberry Pi 3 B+ SBC. This is Clientron’s first [[he]#8230[/he]]
Tags: Microsoft, Linux, Citrix, SBC, Clientron


Citrix and ServiceNow Drive Advancements in Workspace Automation and Experience

Citrix Cloud Automation Service with ServiceNow Saves Time and Improves Productivity for Organizations SANTA CLARA, Calif.–In order to help organizations make the shift to people-centric computing by providing a powerful workspace experience, today Citrix announced the availability of the Citrix Read more…
Tags: Seo, Cloud Services, Citrix, Calif, News Trends, Citrix Application Delivery Management, Citrix Endpoint Management, Citrix Virtual Desktops, Desktop Virtualization, Citrix Cloud Automation Service, ServiceNow Saves Time


A promising 11-year-old cloud startup that raised $56 million from top investors has quietly shut down

An investor in cloud startup Apprenda says that the company has ceased operations. It had raised $56 million in funding from top investors. The company has not formally announced any shutdown, and the CEO and other spokespeople are unavailable for comment.  Apprenda seems to have been a victim of the cloud computing wars, as Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and hot startups like Docker and Mesosphere gobble up big chunks of the market.  Apprenda made it easier for companies to bring their apps to th...
Tags: Google, US, Trends, Morgan Stanley, Amazon Web Services, Apprenda, Citrix, PitchBook, Albany Business Review, Schuller, Amazon Web Services Microsoft, Simon Crosby, Sisko, Matthew Ocko, Safeguard Scientifics, Amazon Microsoft Google