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open Dreams feel real while we're in them, don't they Salesforce? 'Critical' virtual event Dreamforce faces the axe 1
By Danny 2
open UK Home Office dishes out contracts to 999 control room vendors after wasting cash on network tech it abandoned 15
By wyatt
open Cluster-struck Nutanix bares all for new AWS alliance 2
By cfgack
open India connects submarine cable to islands where some still live in the stone age 13
open Super Cali COVID count is somewhat out of focus, server crash and expired cert makes numbers quite atrocious 28
open Overbudget and behind schedule, UK's Emergency Services Network reaches 500th base station milestone 12
open Transport for London asks Capita to fling Congestion Charge system into the cloud 25
open With this Uber get-to-work-safe app, you are really spoiling us, ServiceNow 16
By Weesdom
open You had one job... Just two lines of code, and now the customer's Inventory Master File has bitten the biscuit 124
open VMware discontinues Datrium hardware and hyperconverged OS, effective immediately 12
open VMware gets into apps with Bluetooth-pinging COVID-safe-office tools 2
By sonnu
open I got 99 problems, and all of them are your fault 197
open China slams 'dirty' America's 'clean network' plan, reminds world of PRISM snoop-fest exposed by Ed Snowden 51
open Frosty the plaintiff: Yeti Data flings surprise trademark sueball at Snowflake 3
open Work-from-home shift trickles down to Western Digital as cloud builders stuff storage in bit barns to meet demand 1
open CSI GitHub: That big outage last month? It's always DNS. Or it was Kubernetes. Maybe it was a heady blend of both 4
open EY to outsource compute function, sending 800 staff into the loving arms of... IBM 29
open Data warehouse firm hopes more will follow Yellowbrick road for real-time analytics, speedy cloud data transfer 1
open Arm, Vodafone flex their muscles to show Cisco they’re fighting fit on the edge 4
open TikTok to splurge €420m on Ireland data centre to get Euro-data into Europe by 2022 12
open China re-shapes its silicon industry to boost production 16
open Intel, VMware collaborate on virtualized RAN platform 1
By rcxb
open Network sniffers find COVID-19 did not break the internet – though it was behind a massive jump in outages 8
open Google catches up to AWS and steals a march on Azure with introduction of cloudy Certificate Authority Service 3
By Darth.0
open TriggerMesh hooks up with AWS EventBridge to connect 'virtually any application' with cloudy service 2
By HildyJ
open Alibaba Cloud reduces RAM, disk size and price of some cloud servers 2
open HPE slashes Windows Server 2019 licence costs – if you buy direct for its AMD Epyc Rome-powered servers 4
open Virgin Media CEO says Brit broadband biz 'performed well' in Q2, which is a weird way to say losses almost tripled 16
By Jay 2
open University of Cambridge to decommission its homegrown email service Hermes in favour of Microsoft Exchange Online 151
By aqk
open Bored binge-watchers bork beleaguered broadband by blasting bandwidth: Global average speeds down 6.31% 31
By AndrueC
open Assimilation completed! HPE says it has finished the merger with Cray and unveils combo supercomputing lineup 14
open A tale of mainframes and students being too clever by far 80
By rmstock
open Amazon gets green-light to blow $10bn on 3,000+ internet satellites. All so Americans can shop more on Amazon 74
open 13 – lucky for some, but not BT because that's how hard pre-tax profits crashed in Q1 8
open Glum Alphabet execs look up from red-ink ad figures. What will we do, they ask. Ahem, coughs Google Cloud 7
open Amazon's coronavirus symptoms: Swelling of the profit, large sales deposits, insatiable demand 9
open Dell trims workforce, says it's taking 'proactive steps to prepare for uncertainties' mid-pandemic 5
open Humble-bragging ServiceNow CEO tells anyone who listens: 'Our destiny is to become the defining enterprise software biz of 21st century' 14
By jake
open Xen and the art of hypervisor introspection: Bitdefender donates meditative tech to open-source virty outfit 9
open IBM talks up open cloud, downplays vendor lock-in as it signs public cloud framework with UK.gov 9
open Firefighters to UK Home Office: Yeah, maybe don't turn off emergency comms network before replacement is ready 39
open Community Fibre to splash £400m on FTTP connections as it races to cover a million London properties by 2023 14
open Microsoft delivers CouchOps capability with Android TV upgrade to Remote Desktop app 9
By Ken 16
open HPE's Azure Stack Hub future 'in doubt' as US staff canned, SimpliVity team cut, India picks up the pieces 18
By Zed Zee
open This investor blew nearly $300,000 on Intel shares the day before 7nm disaster reveal. Yup, she's suing 41
open Modem life is rubbish: RootMetrics 5G stats show EE has widest UK coverage, but Three is the speed demon 14
open BT: 'Because of the existing underlying supply of the 4G equipment, most of our 5G (NSA) so far is with Huawei' 43
By MJI
open Philippines president threatens local telcos with expropriation 3
open AMD is now following More's Law: More chips, more money, more pressure on Intel, more competition in the x86 space 36
open How Bude: Google's sole-financed private undersea pipe to make a landing in Cornwall 19
By Tom 38

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