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The day after 'S3izure', does anyone feel like moving to the cloud?

Anyone? Bueller? Asking because Microsoft, Google, have just offered free migration tools

Foxconn 'very confident' of buying Toshiba's NAND business

The nuclear option for troubled Toshiba

Cisco NetFlow kit can be borked with a bad packet

Also patched today: Cisco Prime Infrastructure

Yahoo! dysfunction! meant! security! warnings! were! ignored!

Investigation reveals 32 million accounts were attacked with forged cookies, costing CEO Marissa Mayer her bonus

Aruba AirWave admin? Get the latest patch

XML and cross-site scripting bug-fixes

Skype-on-Linux graduates from Alpha to Beta status

Decent effort, but it is hard to see why Redmond is bothering

Google's troll-destroying AI can't cope with typos

Hay, Erik Sch;midt, you sukc!1

Silicon Valley tech bro's solution for homeless: Getting himself in the news. Again.

Dog houses to cruise ships, Gopman is running a little rich

Frustrated by reboot-happy Windows 10? Creators Update hopes to take away the pain

Microsoft to fix update process after 'explicit' complaints

China proposes new world order for cyberspace regulation

Our comics and games should flow. But no hacking, terrorism or US hegemony please

$310m AWS S3-izure: Why everyone put their eggs in one region

AnalysisLessons learned from Tuesday's cloud, er, fog storage mega-failure

You're mulling GitHub Enterprise. Not keen on on-prem hosting. You don't totally hate cloud...

This'll all end in tiers

Smart meter firm EDMI asked UK for £7m to change a single component

Exclusive18 months to change a chip? Better believe it

Anyone for Virtual Monkey Tennis? Telco tries to sell us on 5G

MWCForget gigabit phones – what do we do with all that lovely bandwidth?

HPE comms CTO: Our unit is growing even if our customers aren't

MWC InterviewBut reorgs yet to translate to growth across biz

Dark net webmail provider Sigaint still in the, er, dark

Three weeks later, and no word

GoDaddy DNS has gone diddy

UpdatedWe'll try and sort it out by the end of the day, it says

Two-thirds of TV Licensing prosecutions at one London court targeted women

ExclusiveDoorstepped by the 'inspectors'

Blighty floods with techies' tears as Capita boss Parker quits

Did we say tears...sorry, meant cheers. Profits crash to blame

I can DB clearly now the clouds are gone: Oracle 12c on-premises for Linux, SPARC

Bet both of those cloud customers are angry now

We found a hidden backdoor in Chinese Internet of Things devices – researchers

VoIP kitmakers probed

Pure: We see a billion dollars in our future. No, not profits, silly!

We're talking revenues. Positive cash flow ... haha. Maybe later

Confirmed: Facebook shifts away from AI… and like a miracle, the bots start working

When Machines Won’t Learn

SAP eyes up BT's biz ahead of £550m EE integration

Incumbent Oracle: 'We'll aggressively compete too. It's what we do'

The trouble with business executives…

IT-business misalignment woes

Europe's data protection rules set a high bar for consent – and UK ICO welcomes your thoughts

Regulator publishes draft guidance, opens consultation

Amazon S3-izure cause: Half the web vanished because an AWS bod fat-fingered a command

Basically, Team Bezos pulled a GitLab

Dell kills off standalone DSSD D5, scatters remains into other gear

+CommentBlueprints and staff shifted to different projects after EMC spent '$1bn' on tech

US military drone goes AWOL, ends up crashing into tree 623 miles away

VidArmy baffled as Shadow goes invisible

Why so sad HPE, IBM, Lenovo? Server sales? Let's see... ah. Oh dear

AnalysisTough year for big box shifters as shipments, revenues, hopes, dreams fail

Passport and binary tree code, please: CompSci quizzes at US border just business as usual

AnalysisAnd no, you can't use Stackoverflow and Google

US Congress to NSA: How many Americans do you illegally spy on?

NSA: It's hard to tell. Now could you reauthorize our authority to keep doing it?

Netflix investor sues vid giant for 'covering up' subscriber stats stumble

Lawsuit claims streaming giant hushed up viewer growth drop that sparked stock plummet

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