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It's the Inter-THREAT of THINGS: Lightbulb ARMY could turn on HUMANITY

Fujitsu’s CTO has sketched a nightmare vision of lightbulbs turning on their human masters in massive denial of service attacks if industry doesn’t get a grip on the security of the “internet of things”. And even if they don’t get that incandescent, the much vaunted internet-connected lightbulb leaves users open to having their …
Joe Fay, 06 Nov 2013
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MS Office on iOS is OFF the menu, says Fujitsu as it nixes Personal Cloud

Fujitsu has put its Personal Cloud project on ice after failing to reach licensing agreements with the likes of Microsoft to deliver applications on devices that could run an HTML 5 browser. However, Joseph Reger, the Japanese vendor’s CTO, says he still believes the licensing model is inevitable as customers become disenchanted …
Joe Fay, 15 Jul 2013
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What does the post-Snowden internet need? A price list

Fujitsu’s CTO has warned that moves to localise the internet in the wake of the NSA scandal risk fracturing the system and are ultimately unnecessary given the possibility of better cloud management. Joseph Reger, talking to us last month at the firm’s Fujitsu Forum event, also warned of the security and privacy issues raised by …
Joe Fay, 12 Dec 2013

Fujitsu guru: Win 8 will triumph. And we'll have brain plugs in 2027

Fujitsu's CTO made a series of fantastical projections on Tuesday, including ditching Google Goggles for direct brain implants and the end-to-end success of Windows 8 in the enterprise. Joseph Reger, in a session dubbed “What’s on the CTO’s Mind” at Fujitsu's user forum in Munich, said that while Microsoft had initially pitched …
Joe Fay, 07 Nov 2012

Fujitsu: We could run Office on any device if Microsoft lets us

Fujitsu Technology Solutions is in talks with Microsoft which could see it offer Redmond’s Office Application suite via the Personal Cloud Service, which the Japanese tech firm hopes to trial with customers next year. The server and services firm unveiled its Personal Cloud service at its user Forum event in Munich last week, …
Joe Fay, 13 Nov 2012

Fujitsu hugs SAP, says it's all about solutions now

Fujitsu Forum 2012 Fujitsu Technology Solutions insisted its integration into its parent company and parallel global expansion was on track this week as it kicked off its European user forum minus CEO Rolf Schwirz, who left the firm on Halloween. At the same time, it tied its wagon to SAP, declared support for third-party …
Joe Fay, 07 Nov 2012
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Fujitsu CTO: Flash is just a stopgap

Flash is a necessary waystation as we travel to a single in-memory storage architecture. That's the view from a Fujitsu chief technology officer's office. Dr Joseph Reger, CTO at Fujitsu Technology Solutions, is that office-holder, and – according to him – flash is beset with problems that will become unsolvable. He says we are …
Chris Mellor, 08 Aug 2011
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Fujitsu Siemens floats private cloud plan

Fujitsu Siemens will launch an enterprise cloud offering this autumn, as it banks on the anything-as-a-service model to tempt cash-strapped customers and give it a raison d'etre once it is borged into new parent Fujitsu. CTO Joseph Reger, speaking at Cebit, said that there was no point in hardware vendors fighting against cloud- …
Joe Fay, 03 Mar 2009
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Fujitsu Siemens chief predicts the empty desktop

PC companies need to start planning their escape from the desktop, the CTO of Fujitsu Siemens Computers warned today. Joseph Reger told journalists at CeBIT that virtualised client PC environments which could be carried on small devices were likely to take a big bite out of traditional client PCs. Technologies are emerging …
Joe Fay, 15 Mar 2007
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Fujitsu Siemens turning off life support for old folks PC plan

Fujitsu Siemens has pulled the plug on its efforts to push a locked down Linux box at older customers. But the German-based PC vendor said it will continue to explore other options to ensure older customers are not buried at the bottom of the digital divide. Fujitsu Siemens launched the Simplico in Germany 2006 to serve a …
Joe Fay, 06 Mar 2008
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Fujitsu Siemens proposes sticky solution to power crisis

Fujitsu Siemens' CTO has called on the IT industry to start offering meaningful power ratings, so that corporates and consumers can buy kit the same way they buy their freezers and washing machines. Joseph Reger, opening the vendor's annual jamboree in Augsburg, said vendors weren't doing enough to reduce power loss in their …
Joe Fay, 14 Nov 2006
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Fujitsu Siemens CTO: There's more to life than virtualisation

The IT industry’s fascination with virtualisation could be obscuring other more pressing problems, Fujitsu Siemens CTO has said. Joseph Reger, speaking at a round table last month, said the increasing use of virtualisation technologies could actually make life more complicated for some IT managers. “[Virtualisation] is an …
Joe Fay, 03 Apr 2006
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Fujitsu exposes Eastern talent pool

The tearing down of the Iron Curtain has exposed a wealth of tech talent that will help Europe avoid the kind of skills dearth currently giving US IT execs sleepless nights, Fujitsu Siemens’ CTO said today. In recent weeks Intel’s Craig Barrett and EMC’s Joe Tucci have bemoaned the lack of native engineering talent coming …
Joe Fay, 10 Mar 2005
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Greenies give IT industry a black eye

Greenpeace told the computer industry to try harder today, as its latest report into the electronics industry showed just three products reaching the half-way mark in reducing their environmental impact. The report, unveiled at CeBIT this morning, said there had been some progress towards making Green IT more than a marketing …
Joe Fay, 05 Mar 2008

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