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Monday June 11, 2018. 11:37 AM
What about trust and long-term relationships? ask Big Blue field engineers Exclusive IBM will ask Global Technology Services engineers to 'rotate' from 'existing assignments' every two years in a working model overhaul that some staff warned could weaken client relations.…
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Forte-dot-co-dot-uk can still be yours for £15k-£20k A British domain name reseller has won an appeal against an American multinational that tried to have it stripped of a parked domain, having rebuffed an offer to sell the disputed moniker for up to £20,000.…
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Time to start planning now, people! Chief information security officers (CISOs) must prepare for the ending of intel and law enforcement agreements with the EU post-Brexit, a report from Forrester has warned.…
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Colleagues kindly told him error had him marked for death by angry drug cartel Who, me? Welcome again to “Who, me?”, The Register’s Monday muck-up in which readers recount their worst mistakes.…
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In this weeks networking news, switches surged, Riverbed monitored and the MEF standardised Roundup Last week saw celebration in the IPv6 community this week – not because adoption is finally really taking off, but because, umm, look, something must have happened, right?…
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Saturday June 9, 2018. 04:00 PM
It's the week's other AI news Roundup While we've already covered a lot of AI stories this week a few slipped under the radar so, as is traditional, here's the roundup of some news you may have missed.…
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Also, Apple tightens up its certificate requirements Roundup This week brought new charges for Marcus Hutchins, a novel way to sneak malware into archives, and shady hotspots for World Cup fans.…
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Friday June 8, 2018. 10:34 PM
Deadline looms as Senators nudge House With the FCC's motion on ending net neutrality provisions set to be enacted in a matter of days, Senate Democrats want the House to put their resolution up for a last-minute vote.…
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Microsoft: For goodness' sake, cover yourselves up. Nobody wants to see that The Windows 10 April 2018 Update has been out for over a month now, and the rumbling of user dissatisfaction continues. This time it's networking problems for users still clinging to the venerable...
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Chat app won't be part of Purple Palace's Oath chapter Yahoo! is set to discontinue its Messenger app in just over a month's time.…
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America! FLOP yeah! The US is set to regain the crown for world's fastest computer – for the first time since 2012 – with the unveiling of the Summit supercomputer.…
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A welcome break from GDPR and blockchain Artificial intelligence and machine learning - rather than Europe's General Data Protection Regulation – emerged as a key theme of the Infosecurity Europe Conference.…
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EU mulls untangling giant vampire squid from your phone – report It's June, so it must be the season to fine Alphabet billions of euros. According to Reuters' sources, a second big fine will be imposed on Google's parent company next week by the European Commission, this...
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Then says digitisation is working well... you sure, m'lud? England and Wales’ top judge has moaned that HM Courts and Tribunal Service’s (HMCTS) IT systems “more obviously belong in the Science Museum” than courtrooms across the land.…
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Fish Are Friends! exclaim animal huggers on World Ocean Day Today is World Ocean Day! To celebrate, PETA has asked Mayor of Stockholm, Karin Wanngård, to maybe change a street name to something a bit more fish-friendly.…
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Builds out server rackery, hyperconverged and converged systems lines Hitachi Vantara has updated more servers with Skylake processors and added variants with Optane SSD caching and Nvidia GPU support.…
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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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