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Thursday June 20, 2019. 07:56 AM
New cloud services woven into portfolio NetApp has wrapped up Elements HCI and the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) into its Data Fabric en route to building a hybrid multi-cloud orchestration or operating system.…
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YMMV – and the second M is doing a lot of heavy lifting, here Analysis YouTube is understood to use machine-learning algorithms to identify copyrighted material in user-uploaded videos, so that, in theory at least, any artists featured are properly compensated for their...
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Meanwhile, database giant preps free as-a-service program to entice developers Database giant Oracle beat market expectations for its fiscal Q4 2019 and FY 2019 financial results, reporting $11.1bn in quarterly revenues and $39.5bn for the full year.…
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Senator urges NIST to do something about it Influential US Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) is not happy about Uncle Sam's employees using insecure.zip files and other archive formats to electronically transfer information.…
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Wednesday June 19, 2019. 11:47 PM
Plus: MongoDB crams end-to-end crypto into database tech Google on Wednesday released source code for a project called Private Join and Compute that allows two parties to analyze and compare shared sets of data without revealing the contents of each set to the other party.…
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Ajit Pai turns logic on its head while doing Big Cable's bidding America's broadband watchdog, the FCC, has unveiled its latest harebrained effort to boost the availability of internet access across the nation: restrict competition.…
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Tech giant Tyco finally settles for $5m with 'stiffed' staff Tyco Electronics – a multi-billion-dollar manufacturer of sensors, connectors, and other rugged equipment for defense, aerospace, automotive, IT, and similar industries – has agreed to cough up millions to...
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Emergency security fix emitted for remote code exec hole exploited in the wild Oracle has issued an emergency critical update to address a remote code execution vulnerability in its WebLogic Server component for Fusion Middleware – a flaw miscreants are exploiting in the...
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When is semi-annual not semi-annual? Never mind that - check out our WAC, SAC and um... never mind Microsoft continued its rich tradition of baffling users with its release dates by dropping a fresh build of the semi-annual channel edition of Windows Server vNext unlikely to ...
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CEO: Stitching together customer profiles in real time is the game-changer Price increase or new customers? That was the question analysts quizzed Adobe on last night as subscription profits swelled in Q2 ended 31 May – the response from its chief bean counter was...
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Mountain View's white stuff used more than Azure among 7,000 code monkeys Coders use Google Cloud Platform (GCP) more than Microsoft Azure, though Amazon Web Services (AWS) has a comfortable lead, according to a Developer Ecosystem survey conducted by tools vendor...
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Mountain View's white stuff used more than Azure among 7,000 code monkeys Coders use Google Cloud Platform (GCP) more than Microsoft Azure, though Amazon Web Services (AWS) has a comfortable lead, according to a Developer Ecosystem survey conducted by tools vendor...
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Ugh. Fly In, again? Really? And step away from the Comic Sans Microsoft PowerPoint is set to strip away the last vestiges of humanity from presentations with tweaks to its Designer functionality and a coach to help users 'deliver the perfect presentation'.…
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Collaboration software hot with investors Mattermost, the open-source take on enterprise instant messengers like Slack and Teams, has trousered an impressive $50m in funding, less than five months after pocketing a cool $20m.…
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Office of the Inspector General brings lab back down to Earth NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab still has 'multiple IT security control weaknesses' that expose 'systems and data to exploitation by cyber criminals', despite cautions earlier this year.…
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PaaS the parcel: Click-and-forget fortification of Redmond's cloud Those suffering sphincter-tightening terror when opening a port to their VMs have been soothed by Microsoft in the form of Azure Bastion.…
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Verify not mentioned in list of Government Digital Service man's 'achievements' The boss of the gaffe-prone Government Digital Service, Kevin Cunnington, is leaving to head the newly created International Government Service – presumably to tell the rest of the world how to ...
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Privacy browser reckons personalised advertising = personal data processing Lawyers for the privacy-focused Brave browser have written to the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) with what they claim is evidence that Google's online ad-selling policies break the EU's ...
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Tick, tick, boom? Column Last year I bought one of those nifty new fitness tracker wristwatches. It counts my steps and gives a me bit of a thrilling buzz on when I've reached my daily goal. A small thing, but it means a lot.…
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And guess who picks up the bill Comment A government database intended to store the personal details of around 150,000 drone fliers is set to cost around £4m plus to buy and £2.8m to maintain – despite a similar database costing Defra just £300k a year.…
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