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How big is your Baan-DB (just Data AND Indexes)
0 - 200 GB
14%
200 - 500 GB
31%
500 - 800 GB
3%
800 - 1200 GB
7%
1200 - 1500 GB
10%
1500 - 2000 GB
14%
> 2000 GB
21%
Total votes: 29

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Updated: 52 min 36 sec ago

Symantec execs cooked the books to protect their fat bonuses, investor lawsuit alleges

1 hour 35 min ago
Security biz hit with class-action fraud sueball after probe smashes stock price

A group of Symantec shareholders are suing the infosec biz, alleging its executive fraudulently invented the company's financial figures.…

Using a free VPN? Why not skip the middleman and just send your data to President Xi?

3 hours 38 min ago
Majority of sketchy apps can be traced to China, study finds

Many popular free VPN apps are sketchy Chinese operations with dubious privacy policies, according to research.…

Health secretary Matt Hancock assembles brains trust: OK, guys. Let's cure NHS IT

4 hours 37 min ago
Expert panel hopes to make dreams of improvement reality

Health secretary Matt Hancock's tech brains trust met for the first time today as the government revealed the people it hopes will come up with workable ideas to fix the NHS's creaking IT systems.…

China examines antitrust probe thrust into Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron: Claims to see 'massive evidence'

5 hours 8 min ago
We'll thrust it even deeper into chipmakers, vow investigators

China has claimed to have gathered "massive evidence" in its ongoing investigation into Korean chip giants Samsung and SK Hynix and the US's Micron for alleged violations of its antitrust laws.…

Britain may not be able to fend off a determined cyber-attack, MPs warn

5 hours 49 min ago
And those utility price controls? Er, not helpful

Britain's critical national infrastructure is vulnerable to hackers and neither UK.gov nor privatised operators are doing enough to tighten things up, a Parliamentary committee has warned.…

Hortonworks faces sueball over Cloudera merger

6 hours 22 min ago
Disgruntled investor says shareholders are being 'misled' on finances

Hortonworks is facing a sueball over its uneven merger with competitor Cloudera, as a proposed class action takes aim at the company's claims to shareholders.…

Wombats literally sh!t bricks – and now boffins reckon they know how

6 hours 53 min ago
All you need to do this at home is a party balloon and roadkill

The year is 2018 and planet Earth is on the edge. Tensions between the great powers are at boiling point, fires ravage the western United States, and the European Union is in disarray. But yesterday in Atlanta, Georgia, the world's finest minds gathered to answer the question on everyone's lips.…

Vision Direct 'fesses up to hack that exposed customer names, payment cards

7 hours 27 min ago
Data including CVV numbers slurped up as customers submitted it to website

Vision Direct has admitted customers' personal and financial data was leaked earlier this month after hackers compromised the company's website.…

Influential Valley gadfly and Intel 8051 architect John Wharton has died

8 hours 3 min ago
He was there when Bill Gates tried to carve up tech

Obit We're sorry to bring news that John Wharton, a popular and influential figure in Silicon Valley, died last week.…

Scumbags cram Make-A-Wish website with coin-mining malware

8 hours 37 min ago
Do they accept Monero in Hell?

One or more completely feckless scumbags have loaded the Make-A-Wish foundation's international website with crypto-mining malware scripts.…

Finally a platform for train puns: IBM Halt station derailed

9 hours 5 min ago
Halt – who goes there? No one, from now on

As if its financial woes weren't bad enough, IBM is suffering the further indignity of having a Scottish rail operator halting services to a station named after everyone's favourite mainframe maker.…

Congrats to Debbie Crosbie: New CEO at IT meltdown bank TSB has unenviable task ahead

9 hours 40 min ago
I've heard so much about the team, she burbles. Yes, us too

TSB has named Debbie Crosbie as the chief exec to clear up its tech mess and persuade customers they can still trust the meltdown bank.…

Azure goes super-secure: Multi-factor authentication is borked in Europe and Asia

10 hours 10 min ago
Microsoft's cloudy service finds Mondays just as hard as the rest of us

Updated Happy Monday, everyone! Azure Multi-Factor Authentication is struggling, meaning that some users with the functionality enabled are now super secure. And, er, locked out.…

Prepare for the battle against cybercrime at SANS London 2019

11 hours 16 min ago
Discover the latest attacks, learn the best defence tactics

Promo No matter how sophisticated your security precautions are, you can never assume your computer systems are impenetrable. Only the most alert and highly skilled defenders can fight off determined cybercriminals who know how to circumvent today’s advanced security and monitoring tools.…

Washington Post offers invalid cookie consent under EU rules – ICO

11 hours 48 min ago
UK watchdog waves fist in paper’s general direction, asks it to stop forcing people to accept tracking

The Washington Post newspaper's online subscription options don't comply with European Union data protection rules – but the UK's privacy watchdog can only issue it with a firm telling off.…

OpenStack 2018: Mark Shuttleworth chats to <i>The Reg</i> about 10-year support plans, Linus Torvalds and Russian rockets

12 hours 21 min ago
Like Ubuntu, hate upgrading? Canonical founder has good news. And a mighty, mighty beard

Interview Mark Shuttleworth delivered an unashamed plug for Ubuntu while cheerfully throwing a little shade on the competition at the OpenStack Berlin 2018 summit last week.…

Microsoft sysadmin hired for fake NetWare skills keeps job despite twitchy trigger finger

13 hours 30 min ago
Embellished CV almost spells disaster

Who, Me? Roll up, roll up, for another instalment of Who, Me?, the weekly column in which El Reg tries to cure the very worst cases of Monday blues with fist-biting tales from readers of tech jobs gone wrong.…

A little phishing knowledge may be a dangerous thing

15 hours 25 min ago
Boffins find those who know about phishing more likely to be duped than the less informed

Phishing works more frequently on those who understand what social engineering is than on those who live in blissful ignorance, or so a study of students at University of Maryland, Baltimore County suggests.…

RIP Bill Godbout: Cali wildfire claims the life of master maverick of microcomputers

November 18, 2018 - 11:30am
Silicon Valley legend dies in firestorm that has killed scores while more than 1,000 are missing

Obituary Bill Godbout, a maverick techie who played a pivotal role in getting computers into the hands of the masses, was killed this week in California's wildfires. He was aged 79.…

SMS 2FA database leak drama, MageCart mishaps, Black Friday badware, and more

November 17, 2018 - 2:47pm
Plus, why is Kaspersky Lab getting into chess?

Roundup What a week it has been: we had the creation of a new government agency, a meltdown flashback, and of course, Patch Tuesday.…


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