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Government Tech Week

The Register will be taking an in-depth look at the challenges facing government IT organizations. From bullet-proof security to making tough decisions about IT infrastructure, Government Tech Week will bring you up to speed on what's next in the public sector.

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Spotlight on Databases

This month The Register will take a deep dive into the world of databases; from established monoliths to the emerging crop of upstarts. Join us for a special 30 days of interviews and analysis on these tools that drive business forward.

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From Sun to the cloud: MariaDB carves out space in database market

Defense Tech Week

All week long The Register will explore the wide-ranging technologies that power next-generation global military and defense. From future aerospace to innovations in securing defense systems, we'll take a deep dive into what's next for defense and military tech.

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China aims to pair J-20 stealth fighter with 'loyal wingman' battle drone

Energy Efficient Datacenters

This week El Reg will be taking the heat when it comes to cooling high-density chips, networking, and server hardware with our special focus on energy efficient tech and concepts.

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Spotlight on RSA

Over the last 32 years the RSA conference has grown from a few security geeks getting together to one of the largest security conferences in the world, attracting those who need to know what to invest in next to keep networks secure. The four-day event will be held in San Francisco between April 24 - 27 and we'll be covering it live.

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Emerging Clean Energy Tech Week

This week The Register will bring special focus to the broad technologies delivering next-generation clean energy. From fusion to EVs and future datacenter cooling, follow us this week for an in-depth look at what's next.

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The Reg in Space

Make space for The Reg in Space week. All week we'll be bringing you the best of what's happening on this planet and others.

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Sysadmin Month

From tools, data security practices, network troubleshooting, server virtualization insights, backup strategies, performance optimization techniques, user management, cloud guidance, automation and scripting and more, tune in all month.

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Black Hat and DEF CON

Join The Register as we tackle the most important stories around Black Hat and DEF CON 2023. From in-depth interviews to detailed analysis, El Reg has you covered.

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Cloud Infrastructure Week

Join The Register for a full week of in-depth insight around what's next in enterprise cloud infrastructure. From how the IaaS providers stack up and differentiate to what businesses are doing to form (and reshape) their cloud plans, we'll keep you in the know.

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Cybersecurity Month

Fortify your frontlines: It's Cybersecurity Month at The Register, your one-stop hub to bulletproof your digital landscape. From next-gen firewalls to human-factor risks, we're diving deep to make sure you stay ahead of the gang.

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open Microsoft Defender 'finally' stops flagging Tor Browser as malware 2
open US State Dept has no idea if its IT security actually works, say auditors 7
open Feds hopelessly behind the times on ransomware trends in alert to industry 6
By druck
open Ukraine accuses Russian spies of hunting for war-crime info on its servers 20
open Mixin suspends deposits and withdrawals after $200m cryptocurrency heist 36
open Apple squashes security bugs after iPhone flaws exploited by Predator spyware 6
open ESA gets the job of building Europe's secure satcomms network 4
By druck
open US govt IT help desk techie 'leaked top secrets' to foreign nation 15
open Google exec: Microsoft Teams concession 'too little, too late' 39
open There are lots of ways to put a database in the cloud – here's what to consider 2
open The Pentagon has no idea how to deal with bad cloud contracts, say auditors 9
open Here's why cloud credentials are the hottest item on criminal marketplaces 5
open Guess what? Ask clouds to behave like old-school vendors, they will – and you lose 7
open Despite the hype, generative AI is not a significant chunk of enterprise cloud spend 3
open The future of the cloud sure looks like it'll be paved in even more custom silicon 6
open Automating cloud infrastructure: Do you want APIs with that? 2
open Alibaba CEO, chair and head of breakway cloud biz quits suddenly ahead of IPO 1
open Cloud is here to stay, but customers are starting to question the cost 26
open Amazon Linux 2023 virtual machine images still MIA 13
open VMware sees no need to Arm itself for multi-architecture multi-cloud 4
open A closer look at Harvard and Google's HPC heart research project 3
open Bomb scare causes mass evacuation at DEF CON 6
By big_D
open Let's play... Force off the power to someone else's datacenter systems 14
open Inside the Black Hat network operations center, volunteers work in geek heaven 10
By JT_3K
open Veilid: A secure peer-to-peer network for apps that flips off the surveillance economy 35
open Want to pwn a satellite? Turns out it's surprisingly easy 64
open Infosec imposter syndrome is real. Here's something that can help 9
open CISA boss says US alliance with Ukraine over past year is closer than Five Eyes 14
open Microsoft OneDrive a willing and eager 'ransomware double agent' 13
By sarusa
open Microsoft 365 guest accounts + Power Apps = security nightmare 5
open Shifting to two-factor auth is hard to do. GitHub recommends the long game 24
open Google AI red team lead says this is how criminals will likely use ML for evil 3
open Ukraine's Victor Zhora: Russia's cyber 'war crimes' will continue after ground invasion ends 21
By Casca
open CLI-beautifying ANSI escape sequences can also make your log files a security threat 32
open DARPA tells AI world: Make a model that secures software, there's $25M in it for you 8
open Say hello to Downfall, another data-leaking security hole in several years of Intel chips 10
open Can 'Mad Libs for incident response' prevent the next MOVEit fiasco? 5
open It's that time of the year again: The trinity of infosec conferences 9
open Tesla hackers turn to voltage glitching to unlock paywalled features 55
open Creator of the Unix Sysadmin Song explains he just wanted to liven up a textbook 18
By Ian 55
open Sysadmins are being left out of AI implementation 33
open Oracle's revised Java licensing terms 2-5x more expensive for most orgs 81
open Google toys with internet air-gap for some staff PCs 69
open Energy efficiency, staffing keep datacenter operators awake at night 7
open Antitrust clouds continue to gather over Microsoft's European business 6
By Pot
open AI maybe on everyone's lips, but it's not what's driving IT spending 11
open JumpCloud says 'nation state' gang hit some customers 4
By t245t
open Microsoft 'fesses to code blunder in Azure Container Apps 14
open Typo watch: 'Millions of emails' for US military sent to .ml addresses in error 155
open Goodbye Azure AD, Entra the drag on your time and money 51