Understanding your open source risk
Open source libraries can introduce vulnerabilities to your code
What is Chromium?
We take a look at Google's open-source coding project, and the platforms it has inspired
The IT Pro Podcast: Does open source have a place in public sector IT?
We explore how open source and open standards can help organisations overcome budget squeezes and avoid vendor lock-in
View from the airport: Linux Open Networking Summit 2019
When it comes to the future of networking, the Linux Foundation is headed for the edge
What to expect from Open Networking Summit 2019
We head to Antwerp to hear about the latest advancements in open source networking with a heavy dash of edge computing
What is open source?
What is open source software and how do vendors make their money? We answer your questions
IBM goes cloud-native with Red Hat OpenShift
IT giant uses its latest acquisition to lever open the public cloud
Open APIs to fuel next-stages of NHS digitisation
NHSX deputy CEO hopes to echo the success of the popular Trainline app
Microsoft bids for behind-the-scenes access to Linux flaws
Request to join security lists come as the firm reveals Linux usage on Azure VMs outweighs Windows usage
Github launches ‘Patreon for coders’
Github Sponsor tool allow fans to financially support open source devs
View from the airport: Red Hat Summit 2019
Red Hat shows a $34 billion acquisition and an annual tech showcase do not mix well
Red Hat's success shows how to maintain a software advantage
CEO Jim Whitehurst explains that without a means to scale, software firms should be turning to open source
Ubuntu vs Mint: Which one is better?
They may be two of the most popular Linux distributions, but what are the differences?
Windows vs Linux: what's the best operating system?
Can the open source upstart really stand up to Microsoft's enterprise juggernaut?
AWS launches DocumentDB in a blow to open source
AWS claims MongoDB's complexities means it's difficult for customers to scale their apps
EU to fund bug bounties
Ethical hackers could earn up to $100,000 if they can spot vulnerabilities in the free open source software used by the European Union
Google launches Google Flutter 1.0 developer tool
Tech giant's user interface toolkit could cut out repetition in app development
What does a Microsoft buyout mean for GitHub?
Those that use GitHub for a living share their predictions for the platform
IBM's Red Hat acquisition could be "disastrous"
Nigel Kersten says claims that the deal is a cloud play are "ridiculous"
Why Web 3.0's 'data democratisation' is a boon for business
GDPR wants to hand more power to data subjects, and Web 3.0 is gearing up to capitalise on that
Linus Torvalds returns to work on Linux development
He's spent the last month seriously thinking about how he treats people in the Linux community
EC approves Microsoft's purchase of GitHub
The European Commission declared the merger would not be anti-competitive
Microsoft joins Open Invention Network in open source U-turn
The Redmond firm has made 60,000 patents available to OIN members