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Monday September 18, 2017. 02:11 PM
...We import two-thirds of our digital. That! is! a! disgrace! In a desperate attempt to improve our international trade prospects, UK digital minister Matt Hancock has jetted off on a 'cyber trade mission' to 'tap huge markets in Singapore and promote UK fintech sector in...
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Elizabeth Baron found genuine use for virtual reality in the design process Interview In an era defined by Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Apple and Samsung, it's understandable, easy even, to become complacent and look only to Silicon Valley for tech innovation and leadership. ...
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Expect problems and delays Updated Microsoft customers across Europe are reporting problems connecting to Exchange Online, including an inability to connect as well as time lags.…
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Old McDonald had a server farm, EA, EA, Oh! One of the more wizened roles in IT is the enterprise architect, or, “EA” for those in a hurry. Meanwhile, those cowpokes over in the wide open office plans of DevOps country have little regard for these EA types.…
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UK taxman's CDIO Jacky Wright currently on 'sabbatical' Exclusive The UK's incoming Chief Digital Information Officer of HMRC is to recuse herself from making any decisions regarding Microsoft, as she is on sabbatical from the company under a two-year placement with the...
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No, not redundos or cost cutting... bonuses for the 'top performing' little people Repeated redundancy programmes and the imposition of penny pinching measures can make a workforce glum, no matter how many fancy dress days a company offers: DXC Technologies might have...
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Plans hiring too, but the 'We closed Sydney because of real estate costs' line looks thin “Veritas” is the Latin word for truth, a fact we mention because data management software vendor Veritas has offered The Register a revised explanation for the closure of its...
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Automattic is willing to delay an update and rewrite code if it means legal certainty Automattic, the company behind hosting service WordPress.com, has decided to stop using Facebook's React.js library, citing legal concerns.…
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Project 'Honolulu' gives some PowerShell-only jobs a GUI and hyperconverges Windows Microsoft's Ignite gabfest kicks off in a fortnight and Redmond will use it to show off a shiny new Windows Server admin GUI that includes tools previously only available in PowerShell.…
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Jabra's Evolve 80 will hush your office, but the red warning ring is mere bling Ears-on test The Register's Sydney eyrie will soon be demolished, so Vulture South needs a new office and we're probably going to nestle into a shared workspace.…
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Memory management wonks, this release is for you. And also you Hyper-V admins Linus Torvalds has unsentimentally loosed release candidate one of Linux 4.14 a day before the 26th anniversary of the Linux-0.01 release, and told penguinistas to expect a few big changes this...
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Disappearance of anti-Nutanix buttons becomes 'happened in Vegas, stays in Vegas' thing The alleged theft of marketing material uncomplimentary to hyperconverged heavyweight Nutanix appears to have become a cold case.…
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Company tried to find and patch vulnerable systems, but we know what happened next Equifax's chief information officer and chief security officer “are retiring” and the company has admitted it knew Apache Struts needed patching in March, but looks to have fluffed...
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Saturday September 16, 2017. 01:44 AM
After lightning fundraising round, Cosmos puts Ethereum high on dev roadmap In April, the Cosmos project raised about $17m in half an hour on the promise to someday let users freely share tokens among Bitcoin, Ethereum and other popular blockchain protocols.…
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No further penalties for ride-sharing giant, however The city of Portland, Oregon has released its full report on illegal operations by ride-sharing company Uber in 2014.…
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Horse, meet stable door Two US senators on Friday introduced legislation to set up the National Commission on the Cybersecurity of the United States Election Systems, to examine the possibility that people tried to hack the 2016 election.…
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A hidden British engineering gem: The Hovercraft Museum Geeks' Guide to Britain Did you know that the word “hovercraft” was once patented? And did you know that Great Britain is a world leader in the design and manufacture of the floaty transporters, and has been for...
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Electrophorus electricus is not something to be messed with One man has calculated the power of electric shocks emitted from electric eels on the human arm - his in fact - all in the name of science.…
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Friday September 15, 2017. 11:51 PM
'Free speech' Twitter alternative alleges antitrust foul A social network that fancies itself a 'free speech' competitor to Twitter is suing Google after its app was removed from the Play Store.…
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And *clunk* – cryptocurrency value drops 20 per cent China has ordered all Bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchanges to cease trading by the end of Friday, causing a massive drop in its value worldwide.…
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