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Bash bug flung against NAS boxes

SSHit just got real
John Leyden, 01 Oct 19:17

Biz coughs up even less for security, despite mega breach losses

Spend more, say beancounters
John Leyden, 01 Oct 12:37

DVLA website GOES TITSUP on day paper car tax discs retire

Updated Welcome to GOV.UK - digital by de ... FAULT
Kelly Fiveash, 01 Oct 10:54

Microsoft outspends world's tech firms with '€5m' EU lobby bill

And, if you believe these self-reported stats, Google spends just €1.5m...
Jennifer Baker, 01 Oct 08:28

Larry Ellison, Oracle's humble CTO, demos cloud migration at OpenWorld

OpenWorld Ex-CEO still knows his way around a server
Neil McAllister, 01 Oct 07:29

Enormo reseller Insight hires former Cisco man to run EMEA services

Old world tech supplier to spin up cloudy biz
Paul Kunert, 30 Sep 15:18
Oracle FS1

Oracle crashes all-flash bash: Behold, our hybrid FS1 arrays

Welcome back to SAN array land, Oracle. Larry Ellison's company has reinvented its Pillar Axiom 600 SAN array as a hybrid flash/disk array, the FS1-2, with auto-tiering and noisy neighbours sorted.
Columns of coins in the cloud

Cisco: Intercloud no longer lonely wanderer – BT, Ingram Micro and pals sign up

With one eye on data sovereignty issues Cisco has hauled another batch of companies onto the Intercloud bandwagon, including telcos, channel partners and cloudy service providers.

It's official: EU chiefs WILL probe Apple's Irish tax deal

But if impropriety found, Ireland, not Apple, will have to fix it

Is Cleversafe the object storage of HP's affection?

Mirror, mirror etc, StoreAll is the fairest one of all
tumbling dice

VMware grabs UK channel exec from SAP

Virty kingpin VMware has raided SAP’s channel exec reservation and made off with industry vet Phil Croxford.
HP

ARMs head Moonshot bodies: HP pops Applied Micro, TI chips into carts

HP taking another shot at its Project Moonshot by today announcing two new ARM-powered servers, one 64-bit and the other 32-bit.

Business is back, baby! Hasta la VISTA, Win 8... Oh, yeah, Windows 9

Forget touchscreen millennials, Microsoft goes for mouse crowd
Gavin Clarke, 29 Sep 16:02

Larry: Oracle's now a CLOUDY biz. Ignore everything I said before

Former CEO insults rivals and bigs up the Oracle cloud in Openworld keynote

Crouching tiger, FAST ASLEEP dragon: Smugglers can't shift iPhone 6s

China's grey market reports 'sluggish' sales of Apple mobe
Jasper Hamill, 29 Sep 13:33

Lenovo to finish $2.1bn IBM x86 server gobble in October

A lighter snack than expected – but what's a few $100m between friends, eh?

EU to accuse Ireland of giving Apple an overly peachy tax deal – report

Probe expected to say single-digit rate was unlawful

Oracle plans German DCs to soothe NSA-ruffled nerves

Bit barns for Frankfurt, Munich
Richard Chirgwin, 29 Sep 07:03

BlackBerry slowly pulls out of power dive into toilet

Will it manage to clear the rim? <cough>
Andrew Orlowski, 26 Sep 15:55

While you queued for an iPhone 6, Apple's Cook sold shares worth $35m

Right before the stock took a 3.8% dive amid bent and broken mobe drama
Shaun Nichols, 26 Sep 03:27

HP gets appy over SDN

In-house and partner software in SDN app store
Richard Chirgwin, 26 Sep 03:02

Symantec's CEO search ends where it started, with Michael Brown

Interim chief exec named third 'permanent' boss in three years
Neil McAllister, 25 Sep 22:28

Hackers thrash Bash Shellshock bug: World races to cover hole

Update your gear now to avoid early attacks hitting the web
John Leyden, 25 Sep 17:59

FBI: Your real SECURITY TERROR? An ANGRY INSIDE MAN

Hackers? Pah! It's that sysadmin who has had enough
John Leyden, 25 Sep 14:24

Federation fracture: EMC's post-Tucci future is either SALE or SPLIT

Comment It's two minutes to midnight and everyone's hiding under the duvet
Chris Mellor, 25 Sep 12:29

EMC, HP blockbuster Borg: Big potential or total CATASTROPHE?

Comment EMC plus HP – pundits do the sums
StorageBod, 25 Sep 11:18

Adobe swallows Aviary, hopes to stuff Creative Cloud into mobes

Adobe has gulped down editing app firm Aviary to beef up its mobile image-fiddling software with an eye on the professional crowd.

Microsoft vs the long arm of US law: Straight outta Dublin

Comment The US government can get access to your data stored outside the United States. A controversial ruling by the New York District Court made it clear earlier this year just how far US warrants can extend. The judge ruled that Microsoft had to hand over customer data it was holding in its Dublin data centre. But this is not the end of the matter.
iOS 8

Apple slaps a passcode lock on iOS 8 devices, but cops can still inhale your iCloud

Improved security features in iOS 8 prevent Apple from unlocking phones – even when requested to by law enforcement. But search warrant-holding cops can still get almost everything through iCloud backups, according to ElcomSoft.
Red Hat 100 Dollar

Linux? Bah! Red Hat has its eye on the CLOUD – and it wants to own it

Not content with running the industry's largest enterprise Linux vendor, Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst says he wants to make the company the industry's leading enterprise cloud vendor – and he plans to "win" that market before someone else does.

Opinion

Houses of Parliament in night-time

Andrew Orlowski

Come on everybody, let's upload all our stuff into Government by Cloud
Joe Tucci EMC
frustration_anger_irritation_annoyance pain

Felipe Costa

Pressure to perform for stock market bearing down on disties
Columns of coins in the cloud

Michael Cote

Anything that simple to use has got to be complex to set up
Internet of Things

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