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Commvault scale-out appliance gunning for Rubrik and Cohesity

Rubrik has new competition in the space

AWS to Windows devs: Come out of the dark, into the Lightsail

Amazon takes a swipe at hosting provider market

Toshiba smacks down down 'ransomware killed flash factory' report

DRAM analyst also says the supply chain is just fine, thank you very much

Nutanix launches VMware-to-Acropolis migration tool

Migrating VMs isn't a dark art and vSphere users are sticky, but Nutanix is having a crack

Supreme Court to rule on whether US has right to data stored overseas

Microsoft's Irish data centre spat asks: How far should an American warrant go?

Keep your voice down in the data centre, the HDDs have ears! I SAID, KEEP...

The world's worst microphone uses spinning platters

Huawei dunks server triplets in Skylake for a v5 refresh

Fifth version server threesome pops up

UK.gov: Who wants £25m... *cheers*... to trial 5G? *crickets chirping*

If we start now, we might be better at it than Albania

SendGrid services are DOWN and OUT of action

Tried logging in or signing up? Big bag of fail? Thought so

Grant Shapps of coup shame fame stands by 'broadbad' research

Interview Or was it David Green or Sebastian Fox?

Quantum's rook-ey move, software pawns and is cheque in mail for tape?

Storage roundup Plus resistive RAM news – it's a week in storage chess

Bloodied and broken AFA pioneer Violin picks itself up and tries again

Analysis Back in the ring... so what are its chances?

BOFH: Oh dear. Did someone get lost on the Audit Trail?

Episode 13 Our expenses? Same thing we've filed every year...

Toshiba: Dear Western Digital. Let's talk flash fab moolah

Sell our interest we must, but current flash still needs cash...

Cisco's ACI adds multi-site support, multi-cloud coming next year

Kubernetes-coralled containers also get the software-defined networking policy treatment

Citrix switches on nuage français, deutsche wolke, nube española

New EuroCloud almost matches US cloud, if you can be bothered signing up

Juniper warns of bitter 3rd quarter due to cloud sales crash

The cloud market's going nuts and Juniper rode it in Q1 and Q2. So what's wrong now?

Boring Barracuda says sales are going swimmingly – again

Steady as she goes predictable revenue rise for low-profit biz

It's Patch Blues-day: Bad October Windows updates trigger BSODs

Microsoft's latest fixes blamed for crashing WSUS-managed boxes during start-up

Western Dig's MAMR is so phat, it'll store 100TB on a hard drive by 2032

Using microwaves to fry bits into submission

Magic hash maths: Dedupe does not have to mean high compute. Wait, what?

Analysis X-IO maths man claims it can minimise mill hash work with buckets of blooms

Workday says it's got a PaaS in its pocket and is ready to party

Matches Salesforce and pals with API-fest and promise of apps built on SaaS

IT admins hate this one trick: 'Having something look like it’s on storage, when it is not'

Debate Memory... lights the access speed of RAM. (Or does it?)

Consistency is key to Oracle and Microsoft's hybrid cloud clout

Analysis How can the other players up their game on and off-premises?

Has Nexenta's growth stalled?

SW-defined storage maker gets extra cash to start 2017

Et tu Accenture? Then fall S3er: Consultancy giant leaks private keys, emails and more online

Updated AWS config blunder spills secrets all over the internet

Samsung rings death knell for disk, gears up for QLC flash production

I see you shiver with antici... pation

RDX removable disk has ransomware protection begging to be bypassed

RansomBlock tech stops unauthorised access and changes to data

Before you head into Office 365, pull on this cosy Cloud Archive

Mimecast promises fast mail search and (of course) GDPR-friendly tools

OpenEBS v0.4 is live, uses Google container scheduling tech

Kubernetes grunt-powered community storage software

Stealthy storage startup wants to fly read-write heads closer to disks

Which means higher capacity, according to L2 Drive

You may not have noticed, but 'superfast' broadband is available to 94% of Blighty

Fivemiletown, Northern Ireland, ambles at a stately 1.2Mbps

Cisco sells data virtualization unit to Tibco

Bought in 2013, disposed of in 2017 due to misalignment with 'long-term focus'

Storage pizza from The Register's wood-fired oven

Get a piece of our weekend storage pizza

Amazon beams: We're best cloud buds with General Electric

Hey, but aren't you forgetting *cough* Azure? *cough*

Vexata's zippy storage array architecture poses vexatious questions

Analysis Startup lugs $54m war chest on mission to switch up the industry

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