Firm says mandatory reset is linked to 2012 LinkedIn mega-breach
Cold war relic beneath Paris now houses cold storage at €0.002/GB/Month
Right hand, meet left hand. Then both do a facepalm
Workspaces can now be scheduled to shut down and are cheap for half-time workers
Nearline storage mystery deepens as Cloud SQL, Datastore and Bigtable go live
PROMO Explore digital transformation and security at CLOUDSEC 2016
Small problem: Citrix's software isn't built yet and RemoteApp closes on August 31st, 2017
Docker and pals, we've heard of them – AWS
SaaS will be half the business software market by 2020 says IDC
Google finds a new way to drop cloud computing costs, but is still breaking itself
Redundancy is important, said Australian PM. So what does he think of Australia's cloud-hosted census failing?
As for that tale about us selling entire org... no comment
SaaS-o-saurus Rex preparing more granular status service for September debut
If only they were this protective of their hockey teams
Redmond's hostility to cloud desktops eases a little, at least for graphics-heavy apps
Describes high-efficiency 48v racks it offers as Open Rack 2.0 standard
Your things can now talk to Azure without spilling secret things
Making it rain while it thinks of X86?
Podcast Why? It looks like someone is saying goodbye
You'll need Office365 to take advantage of the local server
Interview In 'Ciao' VMs, containers and bare metal live together in perfect harmony
Administrator's Statement of Affairs reveals the nitty gritty
Manish the man moves out with two other execs
Holy cascading cloutage catastrophe!
Cloudy with a chance of windfalls
So that $3.69 BEEEEEELION for more adult toys then Lazza?
It's up and down like the Assyrian Empire! Or at least rather wobbly
Failure forces humans to 'manually' feed ravenous pooches and pussies
Forget AWS (sort of): We've still got skin in the game
'Half focus is no focus'
Why Salesforce needs this stuff when it's outsourced to AWS is anyone's guess
Who are you rubbing shoulders with?
Analysis We can always rely on PCs, right? Er...
It turns out some of you are happy running legacy cloud services Redmond wants killed
Power outage in London fingered
Analysis Win some, you lose some: profit up, revenue down
Updated Container biz blames downtime on traffic flood
Server records deletion causes website woes
SDK, driver live on GitHub
Everyone except Google wants reform
The on-premises pie is shrinking, but perhaps not disastrously
Portal to help devs remember that cluster they ran last week and don't need any more