Paul Venezia

Columnist

Paul Venezia is a veteran enterprise architect and senior contributing editor at InfoWorld, where he writes analysis, reviews and The Deep End blog.

On-demand streaming is up, so ISPs must drag it down

10 essential OS X command-line tips for power users

10 essential OS X command-line tips for power users

Believe it or not, the Mac GUI can't do everything -- or at least not as quickly or powerfully as these command-line utilities

Prepare now for the death of Flash and Java plug-ins

Prepare now for the death of Flash and Java plug-ins

Countless IT admin tools depend on these technologies. Do you have a plan to keep yours working?

Accidental sharing -- the plague of the always-connected era

Accidental sharing -- the plague of the always-connected era

In the age of social media, it’s not necessarily in a company’s best interests to provide clear and concise controls over information access

Hardcore computing: The nitty-gritty of embedded systems

Hardcore computing: The nitty-gritty of embedded systems

Want an in-depth, hands-on view of computing? Take a trip to the wild side with embedded systems

It's time for browsers to separate professional from personal

It's time for browsers to separate professional from personal

To keep personal and work-related browsing separate, wouldn’t it be handy to run isolated instances of a single browser?

Tech tremors: 5 bumps to brace for in the year ahead

Tech tremors: 5 bumps to brace for in the year ahead

If you thought 2015 was full of tossing and turning, wait until 2016 hits

Triumphs and tumbles: The Internet in 2015

Triumphs and tumbles: The Internet in 2015

The Internet survived cable monopolies, massive data breaches, and crypto dunderheads in 2015, but the battle is far from over

Let's encrypt -- because we really ought to

Let's encrypt -- because we really ought to

While politicians across the globe strive to undermine our security and privacy, the Let's Encrypt consortium is making Internet security free and easy

The Internet isn't ready for really big news

The Internet isn't ready for really big news

A worldwide, globally gripping news event would likely crash the major media providers, sending us back to our TVs and radios

Warning: Internet security turbulence ahead

Warning: Internet security turbulence ahead

As Internet growth approaches hyperspeed, security will get worse before it gets better

Stop the anti-encryption propaganda now

Stop the anti-encryption propaganda now

We cannot let the world think that encryption can be compromised or tossed aside

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