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Thick crust, thin crust, who cares, it's storage pizza time, cooked in The Register's own wood-fired oven, with lots of bark and bite. The first item on the menu is the ... Acronis cloud supreme Acronis has announced its Data Cloud, saying it's a unified platform for all current and future cloud-based services that Acronis is …

  1. jake Silver badge

    Pizza's not for storage, silly!

    Pizza's for eatin'. Everybody knows that.

  2. Steve Davies 3 Silver badge

    Other types of storage and Pizza!

    are coming together down under.

    http://www.news.com.au/technology/innovation/inventions/dominos-plumpton-gets-worlds-largest-tesla-powerwall-2-installation/news-story/c465325052f9105ea3ee57e6f5d101de

    Domino's has installed a number of Tesla Powerwall Batteries (aka Storage) to drive it's Pizza Ovens.

    Now that's the sort of storage I can eat...

    1. jake Silver badge

      Re: Other types of storage and Pizza!

      Domino's isn't pizza. It's not even what I would consider fit for human consumption.

      1. Lysenko

        Re: Other types of storage and Pizza!

        A roughly circular puddle of some suspiciously red/yellow viscous liquid, embedded with small fragments of something that might (or might not) be food and definitely appears pre-masticated and partly digested? Yeah. It's Pizza.

        1. allthecoolshortnamesweretaken

          Re: Other types of storage and Pizza!

          No, it isn't.

          1. kain preacher

            Re: Other types of storage and Pizza!

            It's slightly better then little Cesars and light years ahead of sbarros .

            1. Prst. V.Jeltz Silver badge

              Re: Other types of storage and Pizza!

              Dominoes is defiantly better than the (perfectly adequate) supermarket frozen ones I get for £2 , but its not ten times as good , so I'm not buying theirs for £20

              1. Oneman2Many

                Re: Other types of storage and Pizza!

                Nobody ever pays full price for their pizza

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