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17th > May > 2016 Archive

Cisco SIP slip spikes servers

Nokia offers up 10 Gbps HFC demo

'CAMELOT!' … 'It's only a model'

Cloudy desktops are as mature as cloudy servers … from 2008!

It's not a DaaS-aster, but not better or cheaper than VDI, yet

Raspberry Pi Zero gains a camera connector

30,000 hot Pis in stores now and factory ready to bake plenty more

Bitcoin-ransoming Romney tax 'hacker' faces 25 years inside

Tax return exposure threat fizzles. Anyone wanna try this on The Donald?

Symantec antivirus bug allows utter exploitation of memory

Cross-platform nasty is simplicity itself to exploit, so get patching peeps

Insider trading hacker pleads guilty to p0wning press releases

Ukrainian faces 20 years behind bars for trying to filch financial news

Dell records $100m loss

Mozilla gathers more MOSS

Zombie crypto stalks smart grids

Theoretical attack shows deprecated crypto suite poses threat to slow-to upgrade operators

NASA 'Kilo-Kitty' Super Pressure Balloon goes aloft at last

New bigness metric: Gasbag said to be 'as large as 92 Goodyear blimps'

Apple Watch leaks data

A million machines enslaved by MitM Google ad fraud botnet

Better the devil you know as malware replaces Alphabet ads with less sanitary banners

The Windows 10 future: Imagine a boot stamping on an upgrade treadmill forever

Windows-as-a-service will require more frequent testing of everything you run

Malicious Android apps slip into Google Play, top third party charts

Enlist phones in ad fraud, premium SMS, loser DDoS

Destroying ransomware business models is not your job, so just pay up

COMMENTThe FBI's advice to suffer and lose data only makes sense if you're the FBI

Apple's iOS updates brick iPads

Update crushes low-level lockscreen hole ... then wreaks havoc

One (storage) protocol to rule them all?

Storage ArchitectAnd why are Fibre Channel fans so, er, stubborn about movements

Hewlett Packard Enterprise hiring temps to cover for redundancies - sources

And dozens of staff directed to exit told 'we were hasty, can you hang on for longer?'

VMware plugs Java bugs

EMC Unity or VNX3? You tell me

OpinionIt does simplify the hardware setup, whatever it is

CSC grabs pistol, plays employment paintball with P45s

Almost 250 staff at risk of redundancy

Sainsbury’s Bank insurance spam scam causes confusion

Unexpected items in the inbox area

Informatica hires Attanasio

Microsoft .NET Core update asks developers: How you doin'?

RC2 release includes new tools, extended API and... telemetry by default

It's all very well hacking ISIS, Barry, but what about your ISA?

HPE has a look at the business of hacking

Vodafone posts uptick in Europe but UK still a challenge

Could the biz still be eyeing up a Brit merger with Virgin?

Adpocalypse 'will wipe out display ad growth' by 2020

Maybe, but will blockers pay a middleman?

Queen’s Speech: Digital Bill to tackle radicalisation, pirates

ExclusiveBut relax, Shed Bloke. That really doesn’t mean you.

Manchester cops to strap on 3K bodycams

Footage from £2m evidence-gathering scheme to go to cloud

5% of drivers want Nigel Farage to be their in-car robo butler

But you'll probably get Stephen Fry

US schoolkids deploy Earth-watching CubeSat

Eye in the sky launched from International Space Station

Mega UK distributor DCC Tech: 2016 was our annus horribilis

Tab sales crash and loss of Samsung retail gig smacked it

Home Office declares: Detained immigrants shall have internet

Still no WhatsApp or Facebook, though...

Tintri debuts storage precog that knows what you'll need in 6 months

Flash boost and predictive analytics for 3-layer club sandwich

Brit twitchers a-tizz at bearded vulture sighting

Mighty bird sets claw in UK for first time

Microsoft and SAP renew business vows in cloud

HANA for Microsoft Azure, Office 365 onramp for SAP

Got $130,000 down the back of the sofa? Great. Grab an HP 3D printer

That's for the entry-level model. Going up the food chain will cost ya

Microsoft and Hewlett Packard Enterprise salute EU flag, blast Brexiteers

Of course it is YOUR decision

First ATM malware is back and badder than ever

Original gangster Skimer goes global

Politician claims porn tabs a malware experiment, then finds God

Screenshot replaced by moonshot replaced by Psalm quote

Girls outpace boys in US IT and engineering test

Girls who beat boys who test boys like they're girls who test boys worse than girls

IBM invents printer that checks for copyrights

I'm sorry Dave, I can't let you print that

Dark web hacking forum hacked and members' privates exposed

Law enforcement eagerly examining Nulled database

Iraq shuts down internet to prevent exam cheating. The country's entire internet

Ever thought about just banning phones?

IBM offers new IoT course

Microsoft shifts Windows 7 and 8.1 fixes to 'rollup' bundles

Surprisingly, 'rollup' not just code for a Windows 10 installer

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