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Tuesday March 12, 2019. 03:35 PM
The benefits of pragmatism Promo With companies of all sizes anxious to protect themselves from the growing danger of cyberattacks, what does it take to reach a leading role in the security field?…
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Open-source debugger takes to the stage in OS's next release Windows 10 has been tweaked to let devs enjoy the delights of DTrace while chasing down pesky bugs.…
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Yep, over half a bill for second most-popular web server US application delivery specialist F5 Networks has bought Nginx, the company responsible for commercialising the eponymous open-source software toolkit beloved by web administrators.…
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Tough talk as calls for evidence of China naughtiness grow Uncle Sam has reportedly threatened Germany with a reduction in intelligence sharing if it allows Huawei equipment to be installed on its 5G networks.…
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Windows 10 workplace and data centre refreshes come good Proof, if proof were needed, that the world is not shifting wholesale to the cloud came this morning as unashamed product reseller Computacenter reported a bumper crop – so to speak – for calendar '18.…
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Running fancy new NVMe fabric over boring old Ethernet TCP Israeli startup Lightbits Labs has launched storage software to run NVMe over TCP with optional hardware acceleration.…
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Manual backup plans will be slow, burdensome and error-prone, sighs report The UK government has moved so slowly to prepare for a no-deal Brexit that backup plans for IT systems will be burdensome and more error-prone, MPs on the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) have...
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Install. Uninstall. Boot. Repeat Microsoft has quietly updated a support document to let us know that Windows 10 will have a crack at uninstalling borked updates – just in time for patch Tuesday.…
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That's a lot of racks to stack The 20 largest cloud and internet providers splurged almost $120bn in capital expenditure last year with most of the funds going towards furnishing racks in their vast data centres.…
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Govt reminded it should only care about law being observed, 'not in victory or defeat' The US government has been warned about its tone and evasiveness in a long-running suit against Oracle, with a judge describing the manner in which it tried to file another complaint in...
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Plus: C# editor for Mac fans, Chredge browser news, and more Roundup New builds, new cadence, new code editors and a new browser (for some) defined much of last week at Microsoft.…
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What did you think we meant? Astronomers have discovered the closest and most massive binary star pair, according to the latest research.…
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This is not a fork, insists rent-a-server biz, but time will tell In an effort to keep code for the Elasticsearch project untainted by proprietary bits, Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Monday released a downstream distribution called Open Distro for Elasticsearch that the...
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This is not a split, says rent-a-server biz In an effort to keep code for the Elasticsearch project untainted by proprietary bits, Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Monday released a downstream distribution called Open Distro for Elasticsearch that the company promises is '100...
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Victim says she woke to feel dial-a-ride creep groping her in back seat, phone missing An Uber driver has admitted kidnapping and wire fraud charges after he drove a sleeping passenger some 200 miles from her destination in order to, seemingly, increase his fare.…
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Victim says she woke to feel dial-a-ride creep groping her in back seat, phone missing A ride-sharing app driver has admitted kidnapping and wire fraud charges after he drove a sleeping passenger some 200 miles from her destination in order to, seemingly, increase his...
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Victim says she woke to feel dial-a-ride creep groping her in back seat, phone missing An Uber driver has admitted kidnapping and wire fraud charges after he drove a sleeping passenger at least 60 miles from her destination in order to, seemingly, increase his fare.…
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Talk about thinking outside the Box... File silos just like poorly secured AWS S3 buckets Various Box Enterprise customers have inadvertently shared, and probably still are sharing, sensitive corporate data on the public internet. And that included Box itself.…
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Monday March 11, 2019. 10:24 PM
By coincidence Chocolate Factory pulls Canberra drone trial Video Google has just completed a year-long test program for a drone delivery system in Australia – and has applied to launch the world's first commercial delivery drone operation this summer, Down Under. However, ...
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Servers-for-hire shop takes nap for repairs Google Cloud Platform (GCP) has been under the weather today, failing to respond to developers for several hours and counting.…
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