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Cisco patches three-year-old remote code-execution hole

Patch or kill Telnet
Darren Pauli, 24 Oct 09:33

Amazon's AWS opens data center in Germany – just as we said

Scalability away from Uncle Sam, in theory
Gavin Clarke, 23 Oct 14:05

Consumers start feeling the love as Chromebook sales surge

Samsung, Acer, HP take three quarters of Google-based market
Gavin Clarke, 23 Oct 12:28

Big Azure? Microsoft and IBM ink deal on business cloud

Enterprise round-up time...
Gavin Clarke, 22 Oct 15:28

DEATH by PowerPoint: Microsoft warns of 0-day attack hidden in slides

Might put out patch in update, might chuck it out sooner
John Leyden, 22 Oct 14:16

VMware, Cisco, EMC lovechild to live in Big Daddy EMC's house

EMC absorption rumours confirmed
Chris Mellor, 22 Oct 13:18

APPLE support doc CONFIRMS 'ORGANIZED NETWORK ATTACKS'

Apple is warning its iCloud users over heightened spying risks following the discovery of attacks which security watchers have claimed are down to crude snooping by the Chinese government.
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos

Amazon rolls cloud and on-prem into single sign-on service

Amazon has revealed plans to tie AWS to customers’ Earth-bound Microsoft IT estates and infrastructure using a directory service.

Warning to those who covet the data of Internet of Precious Things

There's nothing for you here: it's personal data – watchdogs

Reg man has the cure for IBM storage: Just swallow 10 firms

Comment It'll only set you back a few billion
Microsoft's Scott Guthrie presents the Cloud Platform System

Microsoft and Dell’s cloud in a box: Instant Azure for the data centre

Analysis Two words were missing from Microsoft’s cloudy event in San Francisco yesterday, where CEO Satya Nadella and Cloud and Enterprise VP Scott Guthrie presented an update to the company’s Azure and hybrid cloud strategy. Those two words were System Center.
Andrew Warfield, Coho Data CTO

Reg Vulture grills Xen hypervisor daddy on latest storage upstart

Interview Like other storage startups, Coho Data has had to swim upstream* against prevailing storage orthodoxy. Its CTO and co-founder, Andrew Warfield, was one of the original authors of the Xen hypervisor, and we recently took the opportunity to ask him some questions about the firm's technology, product positioning and progress.

Defence giant BAE coughs $230m for cloud heavy SilverSky

Multinational gets defensive over emails
John Leyden, 21 Oct 12:18

Hacked and ashamed? C'mon, Brits – report that cybercrime

Gov.uk campaign: Consumer security led to '£670m losses'
John Leyden, 21 Oct 11:14

Most cloud apps flout EU data protection rules – study

Data Protection Directive not passed yet, though...
John Leyden, 21 Oct 08:58

VMware gives up on dual-persona smartphone concept

AirWatch has other ideas about the best way to deliver apps to your pocket
Simon Sharwood, 21 Oct 07:01

IBM storage revenues sink: 'We are disappointed,' says CEO

Time to put the storage biz up for sale?
Chris Mellor, 20 Oct 14:32

Routine WHAT NOW? Bank of England’s CHAPS payment system goes TITSUP

Abandon hope all ye homebuyers who enter
Jasper Hamill, 20 Oct 12:18

Violin: Don't weep for Tier 1 storage... it'll soon be flashtastic

Comment CEO: Scale-out hyper-converged systems? Pah!
Chris Mellor, 20 Oct 11:28

Sophos to offshore American support operations

Exclusive Blame Canada?
John Leyden, 20 Oct 11:01

SDI Wars: EMC must FORGET ARRAYS, adapt or disappear

Sysadmin blog Can the storage giant overcome a lack of necessary leadership?
Trevor Pott, 20 Oct 09:03

Steve Jobs' bio man tackles geeks who 'created the digital revolution'

Page File The Innovators: Explained
Chris Mellor, 19 Oct 12:01

US government fines Intel's Wind River over crypto exports

New emphasis on encryption as a weapon?
John Leyden, 17 Oct 17:48

Let the SAN shine: Supermicro inks EVO: RAIL deal with Nexenta

Gets Supermicro on board
Chris Mellor, 17 Oct 13:40

Hey small biz: You know what you need? A tape library – Overland

Puts the XL into NEOxl with a good few terabytes of storage
Chris Mellor, 17 Oct 11:39

Bad news, fandroids: He who controls the IPC tool, controls the DROID

Researchers discover Binder blinder
John Leyden, 16 Oct 17:34
Broke - empty pockets

How's that big mobile push going, Intel? Oh a million dollars. In 3 months? Wow (sarcasm)

Intel is desperate to reduce its reliance on PCs and servers and break into the markets for mobility, wearables, and the Internet of Things. But its latest earnings report shows it's still struggling to make progress in those areas.

Knives out for new EU rules forcing govts to reveal hacker attacks

Talks began on a new computer security law for Europe on Tuesday night.

NO MORE DOUBLE IRISH, thunders Dublin. Erm, from 2020 that is

The Irish Finance Minister announced the end of the "Double Irish" tax break in his budget speech on Tuesday.

Windows XP refresh will DO NOTHING for lame PC market next year

The XP refresh provided the boon that computer makers and their respective channel suppliers clung to following a period of lean sales, but the majority of replacement have now taken place.

Opinion

Tim Worstall

Or why the reversal of globalisation ain't gonna 'appen
The full Spanglish breakfast: mealy pudding, bacon, black pudding, sausages, fried egg, toast
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Trevor Pott

Can the storage giant overcome a lack of necessary leadership?

Chris Mellor

Why overlapping kit from a merger equals a disaster in waiting
management cloud2

Gavin Clarke

The executioner turns gambler as HP's PCs are set to go

Features

No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly
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Frodo and the Ring
Microsoft's strategy is to make Store apps popular. Good luck with that
Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond debate Scottish independence
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
Internet of Things
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms