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open Microsoft confirms: We fixed Azure by turning it off and on again. PS: Office 362 is still borked 48
open Using a free VPN? Why not skip the middleman and just send your data to President Xi? 92
By Kiwi
open Hortonworks faces sueball over Cloudera merger 5
open Congrats to Debbie Crosbie: New CEO at IT meltdown bank TSB has unenviable task ahead 35
open Azure, Office 365 go super-secure: Multi-factor auth borked in Europe, Asia, USA 68
open Microsoft sysadmin hired for fake NetWare skills keeps job despite twitchy trigger finger 94
open We asked the US military for its 'do not buy' list of Russian, Chinese gear. Surprise: It doesn't exist 21
open Amazon tries to ruin infosec world's fastest-growing cottage industry (finding data-spaffing S3 storage buckets) 8
open Pick three people you think will replace Google Cloud CEO Greene, then forget them – because it's Thomas Kurian 7
By P. Lee
open The Quantum of car lists: Storage firm drives into autonomous vehicle data logging 6
By Ogi
open EE, Virgin Media hit with £13.3m fine: Squeezing users for fees for early contract termination not OK 12
By teebie
open 128-layer flash flood to come roaring down the Yangtze in 2020 – report 4
open Brits shun country life over phone not-spot fears 39
By Richtea
open Bright spark dev irons out light interference 123
open Nvidia just can't grab a break. Revenues up, profit nearly doubles... and stock down 20% 33
open 5.. 4.. 3.. 2.. 1... Runty-birds are go: 12,000+ internet-beaming mini-satellites OK'd by USA 45
open Red Hat talks upgrades and bare metal with its new OpenStack Platform 4
open HPE Aruba's 510 line of campus hotspots do 802.11ax. Which in plain English is Wi-Fi 6, duh 7
By Roland6
open Openreach v Ofcom dark fibre legal bill bounced back to Competition Appeal Tribunal 10
open Oracle's JEDI mind-meld doesn't work on Uncle Sam's auditors: These are not the govt droids you are looking for 23
By Aodhhan
open Hands up who isn't p!*$ed off about Amazon's new HQ in New York and Virginia? 69
open Stanley Kubrick made Eyes Wide Shut. Data-protecting Andes Rubrik makes bytes slide shut 1
open HPE flack: We've got an Azure stack flash rack. What's with these techies wanting technical details? 1
open 'My entire company is without comms': Gamma's Horizon cloud PBX goes DOWN 40
open Empire state of mind: NYC scatters palm leaves for Bezos' cloudy web shop juggernaut 16
open Oi! Not encrypting RPC traffic? IETF bods would like to change that 10
open Ethernet patent inventor given permission to question validity of his own patent 28
open OK Google, what is African ISP Main One, and how did it manage to route your traffic into China through Russia? 36
By pschurr
open FPGAs? Sure, them too. Liqid pours chips over composable computing systems 12
open Google's data-transfer boxen hit beta in Europe 2
open New appliances from Cisco aim to make branch SD-WAN easier 8
open NBN satellite user waiting for extra gigabytes? Keep waiting 6
open France: Let's make the internet safer. America, Russia, China: Let's go with 'no' on that 57
open Big Q. Tch, what could have persuaded Intel to bring forward 5G chip production six months? 6
open OK Google, why was your web traffic hijacked and routed through China, Russia today? 76
By P. Lee
open What's big, blue, and short on Intel? The supercomputer world's podium: USA tops Top500 with IBM Power9 21
open When you play the game of storage arrays, you win or you – where are the visionaries? 10
open Western Digital: And when I pull the covers off, behold as NAND becomes virtual DRAM 19
By ChiefDS
open FCC Commissioner slams San Jose mayor for not approving 5G cells… then slams him for approving them 8
open NHS*IT: Welsh system outages put patients at risk 13
open In the cloud, Mumbai is a long way from Asia 5
open Hybrid cloud’s growing pains – and how to beat them: A guide to raising a good platform, so you can raise a glass later 1
open Bloodbath as Broadcom slashes through CA Technologies personnel 25
open Monster mash: Spectra Logic's tape library now twice the beast it was 5
open Master of Arris: Network giant CommScope downloads broadband modem biz for $7.4bn 2
By sbivol
open In news that will shock absolutely no one, America's cellphone networks throttle vids, strangle rival Skype 54
open Abu Dhabi drops sack of cash into UK broadband challenger Hyperoptic 6
By jms222
open VMware and Lenovo are about to hit go-go on Project Dimension beta 3
open 4G slowcoach Three plans network and IT overhaul to get foot in the door with 5G 12
By Lee D
open Qualcomm: Welp, there's a $5bn-ish Apple-shaped hole in the books, but at least we have other chip buyers 2
By robidy

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