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Wednesday January 17, 2018. 04:24 PM
Customer details spilled to boyfriend A former Santander bank manager has pleaded guilty to £15,000 worth of computer misuse crimes after her boyfriend talked her into giving him illicitly obtained customer information.…
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Flouts doctors' guidelines, doesn't properly balance public interests, MPs told The UK health service's NHS Digital has been accused of operating to a 'lower standard of confidentiality' than rest of NHS, in a heated hearing about a deal that requires patient info to be...
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Blogger records 7-8% toll on read IOPS The widely used ZFS file system software is slowed down in both read IOPS and throughput by Intel CPU microcode fixes for the Spectre processor design flaws, one set of numbers suggests.…
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Firm slapped for 'blatantly ignoring telemarketing laws' A company that made 75 million nuisance calls in just four months has been handed a £350,000 fine from the UK's data protection watchdog.…
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UK telcos continue appeal to lower spectrum cap UK comms regulator Ofcom is cracking ahead with plans for the forthcoming spectrum auction – despite further delays posed by Three's Court of Appeal challenge.…
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Software-centric business model to reach disruptive industry price point Kaminario has announced it will leave the hardware business, and said Tech Data will build the certified appliance hardware needed to run its software.…
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More people have skillz, but not in fields that need them The UK government's 'muddled' attempt to boost skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) risks wasting taxpayers' money, according to a report by the National Audit Office today.…
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NVMe over Fabrics shows its razor sharp performance teeth NVMe-over-Fabrics fanboy startup E8 has whupped other suppliers' behinds with a SPEC SFS2014 filer benchmark.…
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Does it run in VMs, containers, systems running external code? Just. Patch. It Analysis A growing consensus among storage hardware appliance vendors is that, since they don't run external software on their hardware, they don't need to stick performance-hindering patches into ...
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Turns out they are a top target for phishers Usenix Enigma Gig economy workers – the fancy new way to describe short-term freelance serfs like Uber drivers and Deliveroo riders – are well in the sights of hackers.…
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The fight for our public space Special report Behind the mostly fake 'battle' about driverless cars (conventional versus autonomous is the one that captures all the headlines), there are several much more important scraps. One is over the future of the city: will a city be...
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With built-in web servers. Yup, you read that right Heathrow Airport is to get new air traffic control radio systems with a surprising amount of internet connectivity baked into them.…
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Carillion scandal part of a long tradition of big supplier addiction The scandal around Carillion has put the UK government's addiction to outsourcing in the spotlight. Yet it is a practice that has been going on for many decades - not least in public sector IT.…
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Also, don't get the BOFH to publicly smack them with a LART Usenix Enigma It's frustrating getting users to keep information and systems secure on a daily basis. However, don't try any smart gimmicks – particularly offering wedges of cash or other prizes for good...
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Version 6.4 brings the NSX GUI to the vSphere client VMware’s made no secret of its ambitions for its NSX network virtualization product, which it thinks has the potential to be bigger than server virtualization as organisations start to spread resources out across...
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More than 500,000 users stung A security researcher has claimed that a cumulative half a million Chrome users have been hit by four malicious browser extensions pushing click and SEO fraud.…
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Multiplexing-over-UDP idea has hit the standards track, but is mostly ignored Google's contribution to Internet standards, the fast-than-TCP thanks to multiplexing QUIC protocol, has yet to extend much beyond the Chocolate Factory, according to a German report into its...
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Brings in designers to apply a new coat of UI before world thinks it looks too shabby to run Now that the open source email client Thunderbird is sleeping in a separate bed from Mozilla, the project has called on outside help for a UI redesign.…
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Good news – assuming software-defined storage is still viable after Meltdown/Spectre Microsoft’s released a new Windows Server Insider Preview Build – number 17074, to be precise – and the most notable new bits are in the Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) software-defined...
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South America, Europe and Asia get pipes, DCs for Finland, Honkers and Hollywood Google has made more investments in submarine cables, sinking money into three due to come online in 2019.…
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