Friday, 9 October 2015

6 laws for the cloud; iPhone 6S teardown reveals upgrades

Subscription | Read Online | Previous Twitter Facebook Google+
Jason Hiner

Editor of this Newsletter

Jason Hiner | Global Editor in Chief, TechRepublic | @jasonhiner

I write about the products, people, and ideas that are revolutionizing business with technology. This newsletter is my picks for the top tech stories of the day.

The 6 laws every cloud architect should know, according to Werner Vogels

At the 2015 AWS re:Invent conference, Amazon CTO Werner Vogels gave his set of laws that all cloud architects should know, and how they're inspiring new AWS tools and services.

Cracking Open the Apple iPhone 6S

More from TechRepublic

iPhone 6S teardown reveals upgrades galore, similar hardware layout

5 lessons for managing massive IT projects

IoT: Forget hardware, think product and service possibilities

CrowdStrike's security software targets bad guys, not their malware

Let Server & Website Monitor keep you sane

Two startups that will make you consider hosting cloud storage in AWS

DDS solves major big data IoT problems

How to part with Pinterest and move to Google+ Collections

Linux kernel development suffering from the "internet of hate"

Disney and Pixar animating staff get first look at iPad Pro

Cut out the middleman: Sync from your smartphone to desktop with new tool

More from ZDNet

Is it safe for Americans to buy Huawei-built Nexus phones?

Apple now sells SIM-free unlocked iPhone 6s, 6s Plus in U.S.

Dell launches the world's smallest 15 inch laptop, updates the XPS 13, and previews the XPS 12

SwiftKey's next keyboard is built on neural network tech

LastPass bought by LogMeIn for $110 million

iPad Pro: The high price of LTE

2-in-1 decision challenge: Surface Book, Surface 4 Pro, XPS 12 or iPad Pro?

Without Dennis Ritchie, there would be no Steve Jobs

AWS re:Invent: Five takeaways on Amazon's new cloud services

Apple iPhone 6s Plus innovation and ecosystem keep it in my pocket (Return date decision)

US says no to encryption law - for now

?Matthew Garrett is not forking Linux

?So how do Europe's tech startups rate? This tool aims to show you

Fantastical 2 for iOS gets multitasking, better Apple Watch support

GE and Capital One endorse AWS at re:Invent

Take our latest survey

Are you dumping your enterprise apps vendors for new ones?

Enterprise software is the lifeblood of many organizations. Share with us how much it matters to your company, and what vendors you prefer, and you can request a free copy of the valuable research report.

Featured multimedia

These drones are coming for your jobs

TechRepublic newsletters

Get product reviews, tech news analysis, tips, and more in the following TechRepublic newsletters. Automatically sign up today!


Apple in the Enterprise


Microsoft in the Enterprise


The Cloud Revolution


Information Security

Today's recommended downloads

Standardization and Modularity in Data Center Physical Infrastructure

(APC by Schneider Electric)

2015 Exclusive Report: Profiling Infrastructure Leaders

(Hewlett-Packard (HP))

Workday: Europe Set To Move En Masse To HCM


Apple Native Security - JAMF Software

(JAMF Software)

Forbes Paper: Boost Innovation With Video

(Cisco Systems)

Connect with TechRepublic

A Special Feature from TechRepublic and ZDNet

IT Budgets 2016: A CIO's Guide

It's budget planning time for technology decision makers as they look ahead to next year and plan on where to focus their IT resources to make the biggest impact. We've got perspectives and research to help inform those decisions.

Visit the Subscription Center to get other free newsletters, manage your account settings or to be removed from TechRepublic communications.

The e-mail address for your subscription is

Unsubscribe | Send Feedback | FAQ | Advertise | Privacy Policy

Copyright 2015 CBS Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved.

TechRepublic is a registered service mark of CBS Interactive, Inc.


235 Second Street

San Francisco, CA 94105


No comments:

Post a Comment