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It's a Pivotal moment: Dell's cloudy soft limb hits the stock market

Still firmly in Big Mike's clutches despite IPO

And so it begins: Veritas lays off UK workers, R&D bods hit hardest

At least 100 out at cloud data wrangling biz, sources claim

BOFH: We know where the bodies are buried

Episode 6 You're here to audit us? Hi! Fancy a coffee?

Google kills off domain fronting – and so secure comms just got tougher

Cloud tech tweaks end anti-censorship workaround

Nominet drains mug of tea, leans back, calmly explains how to make Whois GDPR-compliant

.UK registry not entirely sure what all the fuss is about

BT pushes ahead with plans to switch off telephone network

Consultation next month following plan to shift Brits over to VoIP

Evolving elephants: Hortonworks trumpets its '3.0 vision' of global data management

CTO Scott Gnau on open source, partnerships and simplifying Hadoop

Cisco snuffs Spark, renames it 'WebEx Teams'

Roundup And Huawei's given carriers a 14G network (it does 2G to 5G and we did the sums)

OK, this time it's for real: The last available IPv4 address block has gone

Now for the last time, will you all please shift to IPv6?!

Non-shingled and ready to mingle: WDC catches up with 14TB disk rivals

HC530 takes on Seagate's Exos X14, Tosh's MG07ACA

Running on-premises Dynamics 365? Think you're immune to cloud outages? Think again

Skype's tendrils spread to unexpected places

Not a shaggy dog story: Software-defined storage inside $300m Softbank pet project

'Uber for dogwalkers' app apparently a thing...

Cray snuggles up with AMD: Clustered super CS500 lets in Epyc chip

Oh dear, Intel... look who's getting cosy with Cray

Scality swallows $60m to tame the multi-cloud data management beast

Analysis And they're not the only software-defined object storage biz ready to cash in

Hortonworks unfurls tool to cut grunt work, let firms spend more time rolling in juicy data

And *checks watch* of course it'll be really useful for GDPR

Cisco casts an eye over IoT protocol landscape: Everything the light touches is ours

Managing Things, with intent

One of IBM's latest financial figures was off by four cents today – so down go its shares

Oh, yeah, and storage sales sucked. There's that, too

US government weighs in on GDPR-Whois debacle, orders ICANN to go probe GoDaddy

Yeah that oughta do the trick

Supreme Court punts on Microsoft email seizure decision after Cloud Act passes US Congress

Dublin case closed but very big legal question remains

It's US Tax Day, so of course the IRS's servers have taken a swan dive

Updated 59% of our systems are obsolete, agency boss tells congressional hearing

Honey, I shrunk the mainframe: Fujitsu freshens up GS21 kit

Performance and security boost with space left over

Slick HCI trick: VMware smooths off vSAN's rough edges

Wants to hang on to sales dominance

Forking hell! VMware now has TWO current versions of vSphere

One for vSphere veterans, one for hybrid hipsters, plus a security surprise

Pentagon sticks to its guns: Yep, we're going with a single cloud services provider

Oracle's Catz: I chatted to Trump about plan, it 'makes no sense'

Three storage hardware devices, a cash raise and Oracle gets blocked

MicroSD cam flash cards, cheap NAS filers and costly prosumer flash drives

'Uncarrier' T-Mobile US to un-carry $40m for bumpkin blower bunkum

FCC levies fine equivalent to 32 hours of quarterly profit

Net neutrality advocates freak out as lobbyists pull rug from California's draft net neutrality law

Legislation 'could have been written by AT&T and Comcast'

HPE donates 3 mini-supercomputers to UK universities boning up on Arm

Muscling in Arm supers message on road to exascale

Whois is dead as Europe hands DNS overlord ICANN its arse

Can we still have a GDPR moratorium, asks US domain-name body

Having ended America's broadband woes, the FCC now looks to space

Satellite operators reminded they need permission to relay broadband internet. Looking at you, Swarm…

Lights, camera, Actian! Open-source database biz sold for $300m

Indian outsourcer HCL and private equity outfit SEP open their wallet

Small UK firms laying fibre put BT's Openreach to shame – report

But former state monopoly still the biggest single investor

Slicker servers, heaving racks, NVMe invasion: It's been a big week in serverland

Servers get composable, denser, drink doses of Intel FPGA and NVMe

Hawaii Live-Go! Microsoft launches Honolulu admin tool for cloud and on-prem

One tool to rule them all

Public cloud services could be worth $302 BEEELLION by 2021

And just a handful of vendors will run the show

Defence of the Dark Fibre Arts: Ofcom delays plans to force BT to open its network

None of the ISPs wanted the 'remedy'

What most people think it looks like when you change router's admin password, apparently

Whopping 82% have never changed theirs – survey

Was April 10th 'Add storage features to enterprise OSes day'?

RHEL 7.5 caught up on compression and Windows Server 2019 revealed storage migrations from older editions

Testing, one-one-one-one. Yep, you're ready for net news nuggets

Cloudflare fixes its DNS, Mellanox at NAB, Palo Alto shopping and more packets of presentation layer

Juniper admins: Pour that hipster gin and settle in for a session

April patch bunch offers lucky thirteen fixes, mostly for Junos OS

Angry Australians, in the .au registry, with the vote of no confidence: CEO, execs face ousting

We pull the covers off latest problems within Oz 'net body

Google wants to gobble up Nokia's airborne broadband biz – reports

Potential deal said to be at an 'advanced stage'

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