* Posts by Jase Prasad

10 posts • joined 4 Apr 2013

Tata for now: Marks & Spencer transfers 250 tech jobs to outsourcer

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TCS have a reputation - they are the McDonald's of IT service providers

HMRC scoops up Microsoft veep for CIO role

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Microsoft: "crumbs. Our tax avoiding clients will start to feel unsafe, so here's an idea . . .

. . . let's announce our new encrypted Azure portal https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/09/14/encrypted_azure_to_keep_cloud_data_secret/

Microsoft pitches encrypted Azure to keep cloud data secret

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Microsoft: "Quick, we better reassure our tax avoiding clients will remain safe."

Such a significant announcement, all the more Interesting how such a security conscious variant of Azure is revealed hours after our government's HMRC department announces the appointment of their new CIO - Jacky Wright - who is due to take up the post in October 2017. But where is Jacky Wright currently based? She is Microsoft's corporate vice president and veep of IT strategic services.

Google's $8.5m class-action privacy payout goes to: Lawyers' alma maters, web giant's pals

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Pure evil. And then people wonder why murders and the hiring of contract killers is on the rise.

Sonos will deny updates to those who snub rewritten privacy terms

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So long Sonos. Chapter 11 awaits you

This is the Dell security team. We have you surrounded. Come out with a purchase order

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Sorry DELL, but nobody gives a crap about RSA now as Microsoft's MFA handled by Azure is fast becoming de facto. Take your RSA and shoves it up your A S S,

When can real-world laws invade augmented reality fantasies? A trial in Milwaukee will decide

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This is so obviously a crucial milestone. The law, which I agree with, is a gamechanger in more ways than one: if it prevails the rise of the machine he's will be rightly stopped. If not, then expect the other thing to happen real quick

Cannabis can CURE CANCER - cheaply and without getting you high

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The indefinite article you're referring to is always prefixed to nouns pronounced with vowels it the first syllable, I.e., an umbrella, an ignition, an egg, an ovary. No sure, but I don't think 'hotel' would warrant 'an' as its pronunciation is not vowel sounding

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You threw a 'whitey' you nutter. I've chucked a few whiteys in my time :-)

Cisco gobbles UK mobe mast maker - you know where this is going

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A precursor to Computing Teleportation

You may laugh, but it's fast becoming a reality, one way of establishing and maintaining entanglement - the linking of two separate particles - is by using the standard principle of 'boosting' and femtocells essentially harness frequency by attaching themselves to it, so the signal is captured and stabilised it before it is then boosted for local use where signals aren't readily available. If the same principle can be applied to send and receive quantum bites of information, known as 'qubits', over vast distances, teleportation computing may arrive sooner than we think. It is already possible to encode/decode or disassemble/reassemble or encrypt/decrypt so with the Higgs' boson discovery as well as the neutrinos acceleration to light speed, it really is just a case of putting all these ingredients together soi that we can all finally say "beam me up!"


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