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VMware cleans up after Dirty COW's droppings

Identity Manager and vRealize users, get patching. Or praying

Cisco emits new branch box

Got RS232 cables in the kit bag? Better stock up

Veeam ponders hyperconverged data protection play

And wants to cuddle everyone's favourite consultancies for
– gulp – 'solutions'

$10m of Bangladeshi SWIFT heist ended up in Filipino Casino

Chinese high-rollers muled the money, thankfully didn't put it all on Red

IoT worm can hack Philips Hue lightbulbs, spread across cities

Easy chain reaction hack would spread across Paris, boffins say

Violin Memory resembles toast

CommentCatastrophic loss of value since DeNuccio became CEO

How to avoid DDoSing yourself

Google engineers offer guidance to keep application developers from shooting themselves in the foot.

Xen releases updates, but also has eight patches about to drop

Your choice: big update now or big update and security boost in two weeks

Mac administrators brace for big changes to Apple-powered fleets

Special reportNew features could shake-up how macOS machines are managed

Microsoft: Don't worry about the CRM cloud price hike... think of the features

Look into my eyes, not around my eyes, BACK in the room

Red Hat rolls OpenStack Platform double with help

Engineering shakeup targets Agile movers

Hackers cook god-mode remote exploits against Edge, VMware in world-first

Power of CommunityPwnFest fells first tech giants – Google Pixel, Adobe next in line

Flash crash trader takes plea bargain, cops to 'spoofing' and wire fraud

Navinder Sarao's bond set at $750,000 as family offers properties as collateral

What went wrong at Tesco Bank?

Internal systems blamed for monster cyber-attack

Rolling out flash in the enterprise? It's a matter of application

Here's what flash viable looks like

OpenPOWER sees bright future

HPC blogRebel Alliance leaders report good progress

Kotkin: Why Trump won

InterviewClass, crony capitalism, and Silicon Valley too

Even if IoT hits 20bn devices by 2020 mobile operators still won't care

LPWAN ForumData-sipping chips worth tiny fraction of global subscription revenue

Fire alarm sparked data centre meltdown emergency

This Damn WarAll fun and games till the shutters come down

Robot solves Rubik's Cubes in 637 milliseconds

The Sub1 spots fastest solution then uses six motors to spin columns

ICO aims at 400 online gambling companies for misuse of personal data

Very British regulator sends a lot of very stern letters

Some! at! Yahoo! knew! about! mega-breach! as! early! as! 2014!

SEC filling reveals internal knowledge of hack years before 'fessing to it

Iguazio: Made from Kia parts but faster than a Ferrari with 1,000 drivers

Big Water boys take on Big Data

Six weeks after first ever profit warning Capita does what Capita does

Takes scalpel to org chart, cuts out layer of middle management

Left-wing cyber-hangout blames security breach on pro-Trump trolls

Usernames, emails, and IP addresses may have been exposed

Chirp! Let's hear it for data over audio

British low tech finds the places high tech can't reach

IBM: Why our Power9 CPU is going to make data centers great again

HPC blogBig Blue starts making performance promises

The state of today's machine learning: Short, wide, deep but not high

CommentA gentle guide to where we're at with AI

Mellanox: We're gonna make InfiniBand great again – 200Gbps great

So great, offload as much as possible from CPUs, the greatest interconnect ever

The hated Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal will soon be dead. Yay?

CommentCommerce pact became a political football – but was it really that bad?

Silicon Valley VCs: We're gonna make California great again – on its own

Move over Brexit, this is Calexit

Sony: Get out Comedy Central, MTV – we've built a wall around Vue, the greatest wall ever

And Viacom's gonna pay for it!

AWS: We're gonna make mobile apps great again with Lambda functions

The best apps will come from America, using Amazon, which will be paying all that tax

Terror plot spy project helps Kinetica crank up database speed

HPC blogIngest billions of records per minute with no indigestion

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