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open Microsoft Teams usage jumps to 32, no, 44 million as Windows-slinger platform slides onto home workers' PCs 40
open Gods of cloud smiled on Chinese server makers in Q4, as mainframe punters chucked a big bone at IBM 3
open NASA to launch 247 petabytes of data into AWS – but forgot about eye-watering cloudy egress costs before lift-off 110
open Tencent is now bigger than Cisco and Lenovo – and predicts this virus thingy will help it get bigger still 15
open Virtual reality: Now even the online Google Cloud Next event is postponed 1
open BT's Wi-Fi Disc ads banned because there's no evidence the things work 109
open Not just video-conferencing apps taking a dive: IBM Cloud hit by partial Tuesday outage 4
open Hey, Sparky: Confused by data science governance and security in the cloud? Databricks promises to ease machine learning pipelines 1
open It's Baaaaaack (or is it?): Microsoft Teams suffers a Tuesday totter 44
open You get fibre, you get fibre, you all get fibre: UK Ministry of Fun promises new rules to make all new homes gigabit capable 21
open Data centres are warm and designed to move air very efficiently. Are they safe to visit during the pandemic? 22
open Zoom goes boom, Teams tears at seams: Technology stumbles at the first hurdle for this homeworking malarkey 42
open Data surge as more Brits work from home? Not as hard on the network as their nightly Netflix binges, claims BT 24
open Microsoft Teams gets off to a wobbly start as the world and its cat starts working from home 38
open Look ma, no code: TigerGraph looks to attract wider audience for niche-but-growing DB segment 1
open Google reveals the wheels almost literally fell off one of its cloudy server racks 102
open Azure admins' cold sweat likely caused by a 'isolated' power problems that browned out West Central USA region 16
open How's this for a JEDI mind trick? AWS waves hand, has Uncle Sam 'reconsider' $10bn contract award to Microsoft 24
open Adobe and Slack report buoyant revenues, but is that a COVID-19 iceberg ahead? 3
open Not exactly the kind of housekeeping you want when it means the hotel's server uptime is scrubbed clean 177
open BT CEO tests positive for coronavirus, goes into self-isolation after meeting fellow bosses from Vodafone UK, Three, O2 plus govt officials 57
By Kane
open When the world ends – coronavirus plague, WW3, whatever – all that will be left are cockroaches and Larry Ellison trash talking his rivals 19
open Still hoping to run VMware's ESXi on Arm any time soon? Don't hold your breath – no rush and no commitments 14
open Microsoft, Google, Slack, Zoom et al struggling to deal with a spike in remote tools thanks to coronavirus 25
open Capita hops on UK's years-late, billions-over-budget Emergency Services Network to keep legacy system alive 45
open Corporate VPN huffing and puffing while everyone works from home over COVID-19? You're not alone, admins 67
By hayzoos
open US telcos tossed yet another extension to keep going with Huawei kit despite America's 'security threat' concerns 21
By Grogan
open Core blimey, that's edgy: HPE makes a play for next-gen 5G market 3
open You can't hold black horse down: Brit bank Lloyds goes full multi-cloud, signs up with Google as well as Microsoft 9
open tells rebel MPs to go Huawei – but 5G Telecoms Security Bill was the price 17
open Amazon launches itself into retail IT with 'all the necessary technologies'. Not saying which, but you know... 20
open Xilinx's high-end Versal FPGA is like a designer handbag. If you need to ask the price, you probably can't afford it 18
open There's gold in your biz's processes and mining them is the future, says bloke behind topic's first practical guide 7
open Four months, $1bn... and ICANN still hasn’t decided whether to approve .org sale with just 11 days left to go 17
open sits down with mobile big four to formalise plans for rural shared 4G network 24
open Western Digital hands chief exec seat to boss of Cisco's networking and security biz 4
open BOFH: Here he comes, all wide-eyed with the boundless optimism of youth. He is me, 30 years ago... what to do? 161
By corbpm
open Uber takes a downer as ride-sharing app service crashes 17
open Oracle staffers in Europe weather cloudy job cuts: As many as 1,300 workers face chop after sales slide 17
open Hackers? Leap day? Nope, just plain old internet hysteria took down stock-trading-for-noobs app RobinHood 15
By KarMann
open Brit MPs, US senators ramp up pressure on to switch off that green-light for Huawei 5G gear 64
By DiViDeD
open Uncle Sam's nuke-stockpile-simulating souped-super El Capitan set to hit TWO exa-FLOPS, take crown as world's fastest machine in 2023 46
By Snake
open Amazon staffer based just a stone's throw away from Seattle HQ tests positive for COVID-19 coronavirus 67
open In the E in HPE stands for Eroding revenues... Intel chip shortage, hardware supplies, coronavirus punish IT titan 11
By Ubermik
open You. Drop and give me 20... per cent IPv6 by 2023, 80% by 2025, Uncle Sam tells its IT admins after years of slacking 57
open New Jersey beats New York – and then the rest of America – on broadband access. How does your state fare? 22
open AWS to double sales droids as Google, Microsoft's growing clouds threaten to gobble larger slices of Bezos' pie 5
open Coronavirus conference cancellations continue: Google and Microsoft axe WSL and Cloud Next 14
open Microsoft's latest cloud innovation: Printing 57
open Broadband providers can now flog Openreach's new IP voice network in bid to ditch UK's copper phone lines by 2025 117


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