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jeudi 22 juin 2017, 14:57
Flash? It's all flash, mate NetApp has introduced an all-flash SolidFire-based FlexPod.…
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Researchers finger trojan-slinging AdGholas group Security researchers have suggested that the ransomware attack on University College London last week was spread through a 'malvertising' campaign.…
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More speakers join MCubed Lineup Events Ethics, algorithms and finance are all key areas for machine learning and AI, which is why we’re chuffed to announce three more excellent speakers who will be joining us at MCubed London in October.…
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Alt-net providers call for ads to be reviewed Adverts using the word 'fibre' to describe services deployed over copper lines are leaving consumers baffled, according to research commissioned by alternative network providers.…
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UK and Ireland boss nowhere to be seen UK and Ireland boss of Fujitsu Lucy Dimes has gone on gardening leave just one year into the job, according to multiple well-placed sources.…
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We've already got one tried and tested system, huffs MoD The Ministry of Defence has insisted it has made “no decision” to install the US Navy’s JPALS aircraft carrier landing system aboard HMS Prince of Wales, the second of the Royal Navy’s two new 65,000-tonne...
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Clash with tech titan continues Trouble struck British chip designer Imagination Technologies has confirmed it is for sale amid an ongoing dispute with Apple that has crushed its valuation on the London Stock Exchange.…
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'Dragon'-owned biz shifts focus to B2B market Mobile gadget souk Expansys shuttered its digital doors to consumers – a natural conclusion for a business that lost direction under the ownership of lanky Dragons' Den badass Peter Jones in a commoditised space.…
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NVMe over Fabrics box bashes Dell EMC, Pure and Infinidat NVMe over Fabrics flash array startup E8 says its box out-performs Dell EMC and Pure arrays by up to 20 times.…
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Not all figures are equal If you want to develop your ML and AI skills, you will need to pick up some statistics and before you have got more than a few steps down that path you will find (whether you like it or not) that you have entered the Twilight Zone that is the...
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Strapline on van: 'Where your vote is your choice'. Meow! Pic A rival of the reseller who threatened to sack Labour-voting employees hired a billboard van to drive past their HQ with the words “we’re hiring – where your vote is your choice” emblazoned on its side.…
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If LINPACK would pack wood... and other computer sports posers HPC Blog As part of our continuing coverage of the most exciting events in the computer sporting world, Student Cluster Competitions, we like to meet each team individually.…
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Curiosity Rover's autonomous operation experiments have been a great success, say astro-boffins In late 2015 NASA gave the Curiosity Mars rover a software upgrade to let it operate autonomously. The Autonomous Exploration for Gathering Increased Science (AEGIS) code was...
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Troll your WebEx-loving execs with a crafted recording file We all know the only thing more fun than a WebEx conference is a recorded WebEx conference, which is why WebEx Network Recording Player exists – and if you use it, you need to patch it.…
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ESA to start the construction of space telescope network The European Space Agency’s PLATO mission hunting for habitable exoplanets has been given the green light to move from blueprint into construction.…
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Forget free sushi, gyms or Steve Jobs clones. Netflix values fearless sharing In 2009, Netflix published what became an influential slide deck explaining its culture, including a policy of not hiring “brilliant jerks” because the benefit of their moments of excellence...
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Borg's boxen can now figure out if there's malware lurking in encrypted traffic Cisco has turned research published nearly a year ago into a product it hopes will protect enterprises against malware hidden in encrypted traffic.…
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Calls for standards-setting conference to consider security, privacy, whatever other regs distributed ledger types want The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has decided the time is ripe to start talking about what standards might be developed for distributed...
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Borg plans 'AI-assisted operations in IT', but first we get new HCI boxen for ROBO Cisco will next week reveal something called “Project Starship” that it promises will allow greater and easier automation of UCS servers and its HyperFlex hyperconverged appliances, no...
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Patches for servers and clients already out there – get updating just in case OpenVPN has patched a bunch of security vulnerabilities that can be exploited to crash the service or, at a pinch, potentially gain remote-code execution.…
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