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Friday June 8, 2018. 01:33 PM
Vengeance for poor security sins in face of cyber attack The Information Commissioner's Office has not so much rained fire and brimstone down the British and Foreign Bible Society as drizzled it with a £100,000 fine - after the personal data of 417,000 supporters was put at ...
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Pimp my phone... for a price Motorola has extended its modular phone adventure for another year, with new devices compatible with its Mods expansion spec. Reports of cutbacks raised fears the ambitious initiative would be snuffed out.…
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Warns that nation state hacking threatens corporate networks InfoSec Europe Former GCHQ chief Robert Hannigan has warned that the emergence of a commodity marketplace for hacking has changed and escalated the threat.…
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Agenda revealed, blind bird tickets take flight We’re very very pleased to announce the speaker lineup for MCubed London 2018, our three-day machine learning, AI and data science extravaganza this October, and you can see it right here.…
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Don't like sharing? Have your very own spot in the ad-slinger's data centre. For a fee Google has signalled it is getting more serious about this whole cloud thing with the beta availability of sole-tenant nodes in Google Compute Engine.…
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Sapphire Now announcements focus on fluffy stuff, tout innovation potential SAP has used its annual conference to announce plans to release a private cloud deployment with IBM Cloud, offer up blockchain-as-a-service and bolster its Leonardo tool kit.…
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Selling England by the pound Something for the Weekend, Sir? It's about to get wet. Have some towels ready.…
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One more body on pile of 13,000 Hard pressed BT boss Gavin Patterson has agreed to leave the telco after five years in the role, with the group citing a 'need for a change of leadership' following disappointing results and a flagging share price.…
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Won't someone think of the chickens? British egg producers have expressed disappointment at the removal of the oval-shaped favourite from Google's salad emoji.…
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Plans integration, not alteration, and promises no ‘swamp’ of ads GitHub’s future CEO Nat Friedman has conducted a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) session and outlined a little of what Microsoft plans to do with the collaborative code locker once the acquisition is...
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But there was a network tech inside, wiring it up. And in the right bank, this time On-Call Welcome again to On-Call, The Register’s Friday forage through readers’ memories of tech support jobs that became FUBAR*.…
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We're spying on you all the time, so why cry over a missing quadcopter – Feds The US government is worried about its capacity for discrimination, at least with respect to drones.…
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Organic material and methane finds can’t be tied to biological processes NASA’s Curiosity rover has again found evidence that Mars was potentially capable of hosting life.…
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Fixed now, as Receiver 4.12 for Windows deprecates unsound ciphers, if you want The basic premise of the Citrix products-formerly-known-as Xen App and Xen Desktop is that they deliver applications and desktops more securely than is possible if you run them locally.…
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Single-host systems with 30-day self-destruct switch should make for an easier on-ramp VMware’s recognised that running its stuff on Amazon Web Services costs a bomb, so has reduced prices for your initial forays.…
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Mostly minus... as Republicans and Democrats seethe at deal The US government will let ZTE use American-made electronics again, as the result of a settlement following the Chinese smartphone-maker exporting technology to Iran and North Korea.…
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Latest privacy gaffe is nothing if not impeccably timed Facebook is having to douse yet another privacy blaze – as the social network admitted to inadvertently setting some of its addicts' private posts to public, meaning anyone could read them.…
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FlexPods get application layers, managed service – and more NetApp is adding application layers to its FlexPod stack, and developing a managed service version.…
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I stand by my claims of 100,000-plus at-risk sites, says defiant security researcher Drupal is playing down estimates that more than 100,000 websites are still vulnerable to months-old critical security flaws in its content management system.…
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Thursday June 7, 2018. 11:33 PM
Swelling batteries causes headache for Cupertino Apple has been hit by another lawsuit claiming faulty manufacturing, this time over its Apple Watch.…
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