19th > September > 2016 Archive
Secondary campuses – and your alumni email account – fail 'immediate circle' test
High school slacker hacker gets LTE for free
Updates for vintage text editors are like buses - none for ages then two at once!
Workday named Enemy No. 1 in SaaSLand as Larry Ellison jokes about his pay cut
Hacker brews fast NAND mirroring prototype for $100.
'Free for personal use' might not include a stadium. Just sayin'
You're all hidden behind NAT, which wouldn't be a problem if you'd just go IPv6
Keep Solar System Tidy message heeded despite plan for three probe dumps
Sysadmin blogPart one: Who are you calling an upstart?
AnalysisIf you show us yours, we might show you ours
Do you really trust prosecutors to upload all their evidence?
And do it yesterday. Here's a checklist
Watch out, Mikey D. Meg W's got enterprise storage parity
It only applies to 'compromised' servers, says Redmond
We like the BriteCloud so much we're going to write a book about it, says MoD
Cloud storage gateway and NAS? Getting crowded in there
OpenWorldIt's clouds all the way down
More Brits set to be fired into the land of the unemployed
Is that saying much, though?
British unmanned system used in strike that killed 62 non-enemy troops
Something worth getting up for
Warranties won't continue beyond 2021
Consolidation grips distribution as the big are eaten by the bigger
You're not trying to build an empire, you just want to secure the bloody data
Replacement programme for UK and Ireland
Molly Rector moves to Quantum to head up marketing
Hyperconverged software wrangler makes long-awaited filing to go public
Prickly car company has long history of lashing out
OpenWorldWhen polling in keynotes goes bad
Software timebomb blasts ersatz Officejet Pro supplies
IANA transition from US govt hands looks likely as senators head home for election
Hardware failure in main database has traders Googling 'redundancy'