* Posts by Richard D

5 posts • joined 30 Jun 2015

Dell results: Well done, ice cream for everyone! Er, not you, storage

Richard D

Servers and VMware up Storage down

Does this mean that VMware are taking away market share from Storage business with Servers and vSAN ? Interesting if true.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has made a hash of the census

Richard D

Found in the press

An IBM Worldwide Security Solution Architect has waded into the census privacy debacle, declaring Australia’s sensitive census data will be “inevitably” hacked.

As for the past three censuses, IBM has been contracted to help with the design of the online form and maintaining data capacity. IBM remains subject to the same electronic cyber security requirements as the ABS

Australia's top statistician has said the Australian Bureau of Statistics is "ready" for the census on August 9, describing the department as having "the best security features [for which] you could ever ask".

Makes you fell all warm and fuzzy

IDC says server-based storage sales are soaring – and Dell's pwning the market

Richard D

SDS

So does the increase in server based storage indicate that SDS and VSAN are starting to take market share from the traditional storage vendors

DSSD says Violin's right: SSD format is WRONG for flash memory

Richard D

SanDisk have also gone down this similar path with their Infini Flash product

Australian opposition senators slam TPP treaty process

Richard D

Not sure if this is true ...

But have a read and make up your own mind

Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, gives us an example as to how corporations will literally run our country: If a public hospital is built close to a private one owned by a participating corporation, the private hospital can to SUE the COUNTRY for ANTICIPATED losses. The corporation is king and can even make claims based on expected future losses, not actual losses.

http://www.truthandaction.org/wikileaks-exposes-obamas-fake-trade-deal-5-29-chapters-actually-trade/2/

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