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Linode SSH key blunder left virtual servers open to man-in-the-middle fiddles for months

Regen your keys ASAP

Private clouds kinda suck, you know?

Sysadmin Blog Enterprises want them, but they're still a pain in the ASCII

Europe makes it rain for cloud biz: £30m of gold showered on BT, IBM etc

And Accenture and Atos and ... wait, no Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure?

RSA awards 7-year infrastructure overhaul deal to Wipro

IBM politely shown the door in digital revamp bid

Barracuda kills CudaDrive and Copy cloud storage services

Blood in the water as company decides to ' focus resources on our most strategic initiatives'

See that fist punching through the clouds? That's Veeam's, that is

Read this and weep, fellow storage upstarts

Cloudian's better at Amazon S3 than anyone else, apparently

Comment Except for that Amazon cloud character - obviously

Google adds lots of cloudy flash, no sign of saviour

Alphabet subsidiary’s scaling its cloud, but won't say if sales are up, down, or sideways

Oracle hires cloud 'success' pushers, denies EMEA customers are floating away

March of the persuaders

Oracle kicks Amazon after Glacier download bill shock

One thing cloud doesn't improve is readability of fine print

Microsoft: We think your Office files should see other people

Documents can now be stashed in Box, Dropbox, etc

Microsoft unbuttons shirt, teases glimpse of Azure-in-a-box Stack

Tech preview due out this month

dotCloud dotGone: Ex-Docker PaaS passes away amid bankruptcy

CEO confirms app hosting service will shut down at end of February

Google and Red Hat hook up for OpenShift container cuddles

Greene light for cloud plans

Public cloud storage spend to double in two years – reliable sources

It’s a pain! Data and storage capacity growth

IBM, Ustream-BM, we can't believe Ustream is now owned by IBM

Big Blue's bucks buy business to build better broadcast bundles

Spare a reserved cloud instance, gov? Microsoft's $1bn, 70k charity sales pitch

Tech philanthropy's problem with giving

PWC devours cloud consultancy Outbox Group

You want Oracle? Microsoft? Saleforce? Boxes ticked

Speaking in Tech: 'Software will become more integrated into the IBM story'

Podcast Plus: A flashback to late-'80s Compuserve

NASA rockets datasets into Amazon’s cloud with Avere

As endorsements go, this is pretty neat

Amazon cloud increasingly powered by hot air

150 megawatt wind farm comes online in Indiana

Vendors reporting their cloud revenue with funny money

Investors want to know vendors are cloudy but fine, so bean-counters paint a pretty picture

IBM introduces fleecing-you-as-a-service for retailers

And the price is … whatever the cloud says you'll pay. And maybe more

IDC's abacus fiddlers say a third of all IT spend goes on cloud

Number crunching exercise shows what we all suspected

Exec walks the dog, swaps Google work day for Workday work day

Pete Lorant, EMEA director calls it a day at the chocolate factory

Wanted: 1,400 sales jockeys to flog Oracle Cloud

Massive EMEA recruitment drive

Cisco decides that to save the cloud, it must hunt it with prejudice

SaaS-y shadow IT sniffer addresses old problem with new jargon

Same time, same server, next Tuesday? AWS can do that now

Who wins with the new Scheduled Reserved Instances: you or Amazon?

Petit a petit, l’oiseau fait son nid: AWS to open data center in Montreal

Vous ne pouvez pas nous toucher NS... eh?

Southend-on-Sea splashes £1.5m on hybrid cloud data centre

Deal will create 'agile' services, apparently. Erm, ever heard of G-Cloud?

Microsoft kicks VMware right in its weakest, cloudiest spot

Improved VMware-to-Azure backup service shows, again, the weakness of vCloud Air

Citrix buys System Center control freak, sells CloudPlatform

And for good measure gives XenDesktop and XenMobile a tweak or three

Google's head in the clouds: Cut, cut as fast as you can. You can't match us, AWS plan

Miles Ward trashes Amazon's pricing as 'unpleasant surprise'

Who's laughing now, doubters? Cloud makers rake in £75bn in sales

Growing like Topsy

Half of AT&T's networks are controlled by open-source SDN code

Fun fact of the day, we think you'll find

Amazon scurries into Seoul bunker day after Nork 'H-bomb' nuke test

Er, time for a Korea change, Bezos?

Amazon: Hey pal, since you're shifting all your IT over to AWS, why not that email server, too?

What do you mean you forgot about WorkMail?

Linode: Back at last after ten days of hell

Geo-blocks half the world to stop the DoS

Cache-astrophic: Why Valve's Steam store spewed players' private profiles to strangers

Lid blown on web riddle

Linode's crippling cyber-siege enters day four

And punters aren't happy about the downtime

China wants encryption cracked on demand because ... er, terrorism

FBI dreams wistfully of Middle Kingdom's new antiterror law

2015 wasn't about AWS. It was about everybody getting ready to try to beat AWS

2015 Year Review Will the end of cheap money cast a cloud over 2016?