10th > February > 2016 Archive
Anti-doxxing bill proposed
Parkes telescope finds a million, billion suns behind the Milky Way
Will it be the first in the nation to do so in 2019?
No, you're not the worst sysadmin in the world, lots of people had to download it
Arnold Schwarzenegger just called to say 'don't use my name as your password'
Hardware's gone, but Google's way of doing things won the day. Next stop: cloud
Police keep mum as malware activity flatlines
Rules for device design and behaviour for thing-makers should shut down shoddiness
Adobe's porous pest scores another seal of thorough disapproval
OpenStack and KVM offered as network function virtualisation platform
Encryption and authentication become part of the webmail UI
PollTell us – are you happy with the new changelogs?
Sysadmin BlogLong-ignored issue, or solved problem?
From Shenzhen to your two-dollar USB cable: How UK-based biz is trying to block counterfeit silicon
Judgements in this case are like buses: none for ages, then two at once
Smartphones, not headsets driving the market
Consumer trust central to success of initiative, say law bods
'Linux for the cloud' to host beloved state service
But sector still took jobs hit and an 11% pay cut in 'real terms'
Today, I was a userWhen IT goes bad, from the end-user's point of view
Draft tome published.
Line BreakMore mind-boggling code unfortunately encountered in the wild
But Continual Service Improvement – now THAT'S a real job
Precision saw, cooling fluid, nerves of steel
PodcastPlus: 'We'd have no ****ing podcast if that weren't the case'
It had a bumper year, but expect losses for this one
And if you're on Vodafone ... well, it sucks to be you
Less flexible than AWS service – but talks to Choc Factory's other toys
Privately held firm boasts about ever-bigger claimed numbers
Crap IT systems, huge ANPR database, no statutory footing
It would be alarmist to say it sounds like a Stuxnet vector, so we won't do that
Do what you like, as long as you play in our forest
Chinese mega firm part of buyout offer consortium
Six firms and counting. Who'd be a storage engineer these days?
Overdue cinematic celebration of our fave figurines
Exagrid, owncloud and Simplivity all say they're bucking the trend
Takes on rivals Simplivity and Nutanix
Don't you DARE call us paternalistic. We've got people to NANNY
In BriefSelf-service-as-a-Service. Clear? Good
Judicial Redress Act passes
Coachella Valley uses its imagination for IT setup
Terahertz radio transmitters lead to possibility of high-speed pipelines
Meanwhile, biz slams $521m into the red. Yeouch!
We might ban it, we might not, but we will be in charge
You'd think someone filing your tax return for you would be doing you a favor. Guess again
Inside the surreal world of US-EU trade treaties
US Prez wannabe rails against 'crony capitalism', puts boot in Hillary