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10th > March > 2016 Archive

Approved: Master plan to end US gov control of internet's highest level

Big hurdle jumped, but flaws in IANA plan remain

Cisco patches a bunch of cable modem vulns

HTTPS content inspection box also needs a fix

Security market to exceed $170 billion by 2020, analysts say

Call your stockbroker: nothing's secure so everyone will be buying kit and services

F5 adds 100 Gbps blade to VIPRION range

IoT: not always lots of traffic but plenty of signalling

WLAN sales closing in on wired Ethernet sales

Networks market outlook: boring with occasional squalls of routing excitement

R you ready? Open source stats come to Visual Studio

R Tools for Visual Studio, in da house

European commish considers probing Android, again

Companies asked to prepare docs to send to Google: reports

Chinese boffins grow new eye lenses using stem cells

A dozen kids have seen the light after a trial hailed as step towards regenerative medicine

UK Ministry of Justice secure email system browns out

Users told to quit webmail, go POP 3, mail @vodafone.com address for help

Airbus' Mars plane precursor survives pressure test

VIDEOPerlan glider's cockpit ready for piloted stratospheric 90,000-foot mission

Mozilla burns Firefox on old Androids

UPDATEAnd both of you who use Tab Groups can get outraged now

Cisco says CLI becoming interface of last resort

Cisco's not tearing up scripts, but can hero NetAdmins deliver automation and orchestration?

IT system lets biz opt out loads of EU patents from Unified Patent Court at once

New Euro court is almost ready to go, it says

HPE’s StorServ filer is very speedy. So for best $/IOPS, get a DataCore

Speed, price, efficiency: You can have any two

Data protection: Don't be an emotional knee jerk. When it comes to the law, RTFM

Know the law? Read the contract? No? Stop confusing yourself

NAO slates UK.gov's 'haphazard' sci-tech money-chuck plan

'Department just wants to get money out the door'

State should run power firm spam database, says... competition watchdog

Happy with your deal? You won't be after this

Ad-slinger Opera adds ad-blocking tech to its browser

Biting the hand that feeds you – in this case, your own

German lodges todger in 13 steel rings

Cue the traditional firemen bearing angle grinders

Continuous Lifecycle London: Less than eight weeks to go

Fill up on conference sessions and dive deep in workshops

Critical flaw in Pidgin, Adium's Off The Record chat lib. Patch ASAP

Not on version 4.1.1 of libotr? Now is a good time to upgrade

Stop whining, America: Your LTE makes Europe look slow

Next-gen LTE is making a monkey out of Wi-Fi

Commvault visits Nutanix's Acropolis, adds AWS/Azure action

HCIA slinger happy to get the nod again

David Cameron hints at Budget law change to end mobile not-spots

Look here, Farmer Jones, we're building this mast whether you like it or not

Staffers in charge of HPE's UK IT outsourcing face redundo in April

A life post-HPE beckons for 780 techies

Heartless hackers break into Florida cancer clinic network – 2.2 million records exposed

Oncology patients' diagnoses, treatment details slurped

Newbie startup Tarmin shines up trendy secondary storage grid

BackgrounderAll-embracing unstructured data management software startup

MP wants to stitch 'digital' misuse laws into one bill

Coppers: A 'cyber' says what?

IBM to erase 14,000 people from the payroll – Wall St analyst

Jobs to be bundled on a plane and flown to lower labour cost countries

Hashicorp redraws Atlas interface, isolates tools, polishes price list

Debuts improved Nomad too. Be still, our fluttering hearts!

Google hires co-founder of NAS storage shop Exablox

App Engine to be object of his object expertise

DDoS protection biz Incapsula knackers its customers' websites

An unwelcome PITSTOP

No Kinetic energy at DataDirect Networks: Ethernet drives snubbed

No customer interest, we're told

Yahoo! recruits! two! more! pallbearers!

Purple Palace adds former Broadcom man and Morgan Stanley director to board

Behold, Microsoft SQL Server on Linux – and a firm screw-you to Oracle

PicFree licensing offer if you convert from Big Red

What's next? FBI telling us to turn iPhones into pocket spy bugs? It'll happen, says Apple exec

Cue warns of repercussions from San Bernardino case

Flash – aaah-aarrgh! Patch now as hackers exploit fresh holes

Flash, I love you, but we only have fourteen hours to save everyone's computers

Scale Computing: Our hyperconverged gear will be worth the weight

Networking being added to the mix. Hi Mellanox, are you the one?

Violin Memory axes quarter of its staff after finances hit a bum note

No sign of a sale, either

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