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Tuesday January 16, 2018. 10:55 AM
Gartner predicts buyers ready to splash 4.5% more cash globally in 2018 Listless IT spend in Europe is dragging down the pace of global recovery, according to the latest prediction from entrail-prodders Gartner.…
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DRS still letting the armed forces down big time A defence minister has told Parliament that Capita’s pisspoor Defence Recruiting System (DRS) has “glitches”, following reports from The Register giving a glimpse inside the shambolic system.…
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Swallows N2WS so it can stick oar deeper in Amazon cloud Veeam has announced the acquisition of N2WS, an IaaS startup, whose board includes Veeam co-founder and President Ratmir Timashev, for $42.5mn cash.…
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Company's journey from the heart of IT to the rest of the business continues ServiceNow has slipped into 2018 by slipping out a new release of its platform.…
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Needs to make six to eight a year, predicts it can get back to 25 a year once airlines wake up Airbus has reported its most prolific year to date in terms of deliveries, but also warned that it needs a new buyer of its flagship A380 if it is to continue production.…
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Boffins figure out when drones are watching, without decrypting the video stream If a drone-creeper is snooping on you, you could catch them by grabbing the video stream – but what if it's encrypted?…
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Plans open source revival of XCP, to go places Citrix won’t Moves are afoot to revive Xen Cloud Platform (XCP), the open source version of XenServer that existed independently of Citrix before the company released its code to the Xen Project and made its own efforts open...
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Tiangong-1 is out of control and can't keep it up any more Predictions are firming up for when China's Tiangong-1 spacecraft will make its final re-entry-crash-and-burn.…
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Unlike similar services, this one sold purloined passwords The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has announced it has cuffed and charged a man for selling stolen identities and passwords at LeakedSource.com.…
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'Benchmark crimes' understate true performance impact of security controls A group of operating systems specialists has said that sloppy benchmarking is harming security efforts by making it hard to assess the likely performance impact of security countermeasures.…
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Azure Stack users invited under ‘IP Advantage’ umbrella Microsoft’s extended its “Azure IP Advantage” litigation protection shield to on-premises technology, by applying it to the Azure Stack hybrid-cloud-in-a-box systems.…
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Monday January 15, 2018. 10:58 PM
A long time ago, in a company far, far away … Lenovo has patched an ancient vulnerability in switches that it acquired along with IBM's hardware businesses and which Big Blue itself acquired when it slurped parts of Nortel.…
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Because you need to ‘capitalize on exponential intelligence fueled by pervasive tech’ and only IBM can do that Exclusive IBM has plans to help its ailing services business with a re-branding exercise that will see its Global Technology Services (GTS) and Global Business...
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Automation and SCADA-flingers admit fix has affected products Patches for the Meltdown vulnerability are causing stability issues in industrial control systems.…
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Watch out Intel, there's a new mini-ruler in town Analysis Super Micro has a supernaturally dense thin server with up to half a petabyte of flash using unannounced Samsung SSDs.…
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Detroit giant plans 40 full and hybrid models by 2022 American auto enormity Ford will increase its investment in electric vehicles to $11bn (£7.97bn) in the next five years, it announced yesterday at the North American International Auto Show.…
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Panama corporation owns nearly 54,000 dot-UK sites HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has insisted on having a Panama company trading as the “Whois Foundation” formally stripped of a handful of dodgy web domains, even though the firm instantly offered to hand them over when...
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Battling Zuck for the brain-computer interface Microsoft has applied to patent a brain control interface, so you'll be able to 'think' your way around a computer device, hands free.…
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Debate rages on software, HCI slowdown though Analysis Several SAN suppliers have said their systems don't need patching against the Spectre and Meltdown bugs. We asked Dell and Pure Storage about the impact of fixes and whether their SANs and Dell's hyperconverged (HCI)...
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Debate rages on software, HCI slowdown though Analysis Several SAN suppliers have said their systems don't need patching against the Spectre and Meltdown bugs. We asked Dell and Pure Storage about the impact of fixes and whether their SANs and Dell's hyperconverged (HCI)...
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