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Talk About an Own Goal


Little fluffy clouds

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Lock away your bits

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How much carrion can a carrier pigeon carry?

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FCC: Oh no, deary me. What a shame. Too bad, so sad we can't do net neutrality appeal during the US govt shutdown


E pluribus unum

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It's over? Pat Gelsinger's post vSphere VMware NSX-T opportunity


Where managers go to die

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Is Simon himself trapped in the system?

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open BT to 'sunset' Apache CloudStack cloud, customer demand went AWOL 12
open The curious tale of ICANN, Verisign, claims of subterfuge, and the $135m .Web dot-word 24
By rskurat
open It's a, it's a, it's a SYN flood: Quick, ditch that packet 9
open MAMR Mia – it's not just WD: Toshiba's popped to the microwave too 12
By cjrcl
open Cambridge Analytica's administrators misled judge, High Court told 11
open Expired cert... Really? #O2down meltdown shows we should fear bungles and bugs more than hackers 165
By xanda
open BOFH: State of a job, eh? Roll the Endless Requests for Further Information protocol 87
open Tech support discovers users who buy the 'sh*ttest PCs known to Man' struggle with basics 170
open Funnily enough, China fuming, senator cheering after Huawei CFO cuffed by Canadian cops at Uncle Sam's request 62
open Why millions of Brits' mobile phones were knackered on Thursday: An expired Ericsson software certificate 146
open He, He, more gassy whoppers: Toshiba spreads 12TB, 14TB drives across gaming and NAS disks 8
By Mark 65
open Total Inability To Support User Phones: O2 fries, burning data for 32 million Brits 184
open Huawei CFO poutine cuffs by Canadian cops after allegedly busting sanctions on Iran 71
open UK's BT: It's not unusual to pull Huawei from our core mobile networks 36
open After all that! Ofcom proposes BT as only broadband universal services provider for whole of UK (except Hull) 21
open If you ever felt like you needed to carry 4TB of data around, Toshiba's got you covered 36
open Sing it loud and sing it proud: It's all about the cloud for Microsoft 3
By Kev99
open Early to embed and early to rise? Western Digital drops veil on SweRVy RISC-V based designs 20
By rcxb
open Accenture in doghouse after NHSmail mass outage cuts off 1m+ UK health staff 19
open BT pension scheme will stay on RPI interest rates for now 12
open Intel eggheads put bits in a spin to try to revive Moore's law 42
open You think you're hot bit: Seagate tests 16TB HAMR disk drive 23
open European fibre lobby calls for end to fake fibre broadband ads 58
open Save the date: Cloudera, Hortonworks set merger vote for 28 December 1
By defiler
open Sysadmin’s plan to manage system config changes backfires spectacularly 91
open WekaIO almost, but not quite, summits Summit supercomputer on storage performance 11
open Tasty SYN-SYN-ACKs: Juniper gobbles HTBASE, ADTRAN's Oz NBN win and more 1
open NHS supplier that holds 40 million UK patient records: AWS is our new cloud-based platform 85
By Dan 55
open Dell EMC and more HPE arrays embrace storage-class memory 7
open HP's Neon Dion says if anything goes wrong, it's totally Intel's fault: CPU shortage may hit PC maker's financials 13
open VMware's latest financial figures look virtually healthy if you page out Pivotal cash-splash loss 3
open Amazon makes lift-and-shift play for Windows File, Lustre workloads 2
open Stats model: UK small biz overpays for stealth mobile plans 6
open If I close my eyes, the end-of-life kit vanishes: UK banks in doghouse over poor resilience 12
open OneDrive is broken: Microsoft's cloudy storage drops from the sky for EU users 118
By Soruk
open Huawei gets the Kiwi 'yeah nah'* as NZ joins the Chinese kit-ban club 22
open Amazon's self-driving AI robo-car – THE TRUTH (it's a few inches in size) 16
open Gigabit? More like, you can gigabet the US will fall behind on super-fast broadband access 66
open Tape vendors feel the cold, clammy hand of AWS on their shoulders. Behind them grins the Glacier Deep Archive 29
open 'Massage parlour' location looks like Amazon stealth-testing secret new wireless network 13
open I was once one of you, F1 star Lewis Hamilton tells delighted IT bods 66
open Come buy our kick-aaS products! Pretty please, says HPE boss man Neri 5
open It doesn't work with Docker, K8s right now, but everyone's going nuts anyway for AWS's Firecracker microVMs 5
open Amazon's homegrown 2.3GHz 64-bit Graviton processor was very nearly an AMD Arm CPU 32
open HPE Storage crows: All the array-slingers NVMe for my SCM 3
open We all fall together. Azure MFA takes a tumble for the second week running 13
By hoola
open Linux lobby org joins with RISC-V bods to promote open chip spec 9
open AWS will keep your traffic on-cloud – for a fee, of course 2
By Flakk
open Microsoft suffers the Tuesday shakes as Exchange Online continues to be wobbly for UK users 17
open Capita seeks new networking chief: Up for it? 28
By Greg_v

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