ST-FOUR and Liquit
A Modern Desktop case study
Students today rely on technology more than ever before and as the pandemic forced us inside access to remote learning took on an accelerated importance. Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU) found their current technology lacked the flexibility to support student devices. With our help, CCCU saw that Liquit offered everything they needed, providing a browser-based app store that delivers student apps directly to their devices. This created a seamless one-stop shop for staff and students that was so “game-changing” that the student union awarded the CCCU IT department the “Unsung Hero” award for their work on accessibility.
Liquit Workspace 3.8 update
The newest has been released with several new features including Enriched Catalogue Data, Satellite Content Functionality, easy access to CVE information, integrated ACME support and more.
Hackers demand $70m after attacking Kaseya
University of Rochester researchers have created a system security approach that uses time to protect against side-channel cache attacks without impacting performance.
The full research paper on this new development can be found here.
SUSE Product Updates
Red Hat update
ZENworks 2020 Update 2 Webinar
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