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HPE primes storage networking pipes for NVMe-oF data deluge

July 3, 2018 - 5:02pm
FC director module and switch cranked up to 32Gbit/s

HPE has added Cisco 32gig Fibre Channel gear to its product range, making it ready for the bigger data access needs of NVMe over Fabrics.…

Google Chrome update to label HTTP-only sites insecure within WEEKS

July 3, 2018 - 4:24pm
Winter HTTPS is coming

A looming deadline – now less than three weeks away – means that Google Chrome users who visit unencrypted websites will be confronted with warnings.…

We just love small firms, screams UK.gov after palming AWS UK £4.1m

July 3, 2018 - 3:46pm
650 new SMEs added to G-Cloud framework, but 'SME' includes Bezos' Brit limb

UK.gov has trumpeted the addition of almost 650 new small businesses to its G-Cloud marketplace – but SMEs might want to put the Champagne on ice as sales figures reveal that AWS UK is classed in that group.…

Call your MEP! Wikipedia blacks out for European YouTube vote

July 3, 2018 - 3:10pm
We'll tell you what to say

Wikipedia is appealing to its users to swing a knife-edge vote in the European Parliament – even though the crowdsourced encyclopaedia itself won a specific exemption from the legal changes the EU has proposed (PDF).…

Bankrupt Aussie Hells Angel scoops £750k lottery jackpot

July 3, 2018 - 2:38pm
From a remand prison cell, no less

A bankrupt and imprisoned Australian Hells Angel has somehow won a million-dollar lottery ticket.…

Not API: Third parties scrape your Gmail for marketing insights

July 3, 2018 - 2:12pm
Wait... you didn't read the user agreement?

Although Google stopped mining Gmail accounts for data useful to advertisers last year, it left an API open allowing others to do just that, the Wall Street Journal reports.…

British info watchdog slaps Midlands firm with £4,500 fine. Next time, register

July 3, 2018 - 1:27pm
Data protection watchdog is always watching, CCTV firm told

A firm has been fined £4,500 for processing personal data without registering with the UK’s data protection watchdog and failing to comply with the body’s missives.…

As far as the gender pay gap in Britain goes, IBM could do much worse

July 3, 2018 - 12:25pm
Still work to do, and could take some lessons from Microsoft

It appears that IBM's Human Resources department has skills that extend beyond the laying off of large swathes of staff.…

'Coding' cockup blamed for NHS cough-up of confidential info against patients' wishes

July 3, 2018 - 11:48am
Another day, another UK public health data breach

Confidential information on 150,000 NHS patients has been distributed against their wishes for years due to a "coding error" by healthcare software supplier TPP.…

Want to know how to save big on AI and machine learning?

July 3, 2018 - 10:51am
Buy your MCubed ticket now and save hundreds

Events If you’re sweating about how to get on top of machine learning and AI, snap up an early bird ticket for MCubed, our three-day delve into how real organisations can exploit these technologies.…

PSA: Pure has a PSO. That is, it's getting into container orchestration

July 3, 2018 - 10:22am
Multi-array abstraction layer oversees storage provisioning

Analysis Last year flash array shipper Pure Storage built plug-ins so that container orchestrators, such as Docker and Kubernetes, running in a server could interact with an array and provision storage for a stateful container.…

Budget hotel chain, UK political party, Monzo Bank, Patreon caught in Typeform database hack

July 3, 2018 - 9:48am
All insist financial data is safe – but not names nor emails

More entities affected by the computer security breach at web form and survey company Typeform have come forward, including budget hotel chain Travelodge and UK political party the Liberal Democrats.…

DXC execs to investors: It's say-on-pay time. Give us a bump, would you?

July 3, 2018 - 9:19am
Just look at these beefy margins

DXC Technologies, which laid off more than 20,000 staff in its first year of life, is trying to convince more investors to put their money where the biggest mouths are when exec compensation is voted for next month.…

New Android P beta is 'very close', 'near-final' but also just 'early'

July 3, 2018 - 8:34am
How excited to be? Cautiously, unless you need to get cracking with testing for P's big changes

Google has emitted a new beta of Android P, but it's not obvious how excited to get about it.…

Vodafone drank Facebook's network Kool-Aid … and LIVED!

July 3, 2018 - 8:04am
White boxes, multi-coloured light, 800 Gbps and backhoe-proofing, thanks in part to Zuck

Vodafone has become the latest carrier to white-box its optical traffic.…

Dell is still a work in progress as it seeks to dominate all data

July 3, 2018 - 7:33am
Going public is all about 'financial flexibility for future initiatives'

Analysis Why has Dell Technologies gone public again? In an interview with CNBC, CEO and chairman Michael Dell’s answer was “Well uh look I think aaahhh … it was the best option to simplify the capital structure.”…

Juniper pours a shot of its data centre juice into campus networks

July 3, 2018 - 7:02am
Big switch-style fabric comes to pizza boxes

Campus networks will get the same capabilities as data centre networks, after Juniper networks squeezed EVPN-VXLAN fabric functionality into campus-size implementations.…

Dear Samsung mobe owners: It may leak your private pics to randoms

July 3, 2018 - 5:52am
Bundled messages app caught emitting photo albums at 2am without permission, say punters

Samsung's Messages app bundled with the South Korean giant's latest smartphones and tablets may silently send people's private photos to random contacts, it is claimed.…

Thrice, in a trice, IBM cloud cuts prices

July 3, 2018 - 4:59am
Watson? Down! WebSphere? Down! VMs? Now charged by the minute!

IBM has cut the price of cloud services three times in a week.…


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