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Cisco patches autonomic networking flaws in IOS routers and switches

The flaws could allow attackers to gain limited access over affected devices or to disrupt their normal operation read more »

Facebook sued for alleged theft of data centre design

UK-based BladeRoom Group says Facebook stole its design for prefabricated data centres read more »

Atomic Weapons Establishment unveils two new distributed memory supercomputers

Latest supercomputer investment aimed at improving scientific to test nuclear warheads read more »

Facebook engineering tool mimics dodgy network connectivity

Facebook's Augmented Traffic Control (ATC) can simulate network traffic on 2G, Edge, 3G, or LTE networks read more »

Google Cloud organises all the log files to ease troubleshooting

Google Cloud Logging collects dozens of metrics from Google Compute Engine and Google App Engine read more »

Triple-level cell flash set to dominate market

TLC flash will represent nearly half of all flash memory sales next quarter read more »

Cisco replaces UCS server head; software leaders also depart

Perez gone, Sethi takes over; Cloupia founders starting new company read more »

Huawei multiplies partnerships with software and service providers

Huawei Technologies is busy partnering with companies in Europe and elsewhere to grow its enterprise hardware business read more »

IBM's OpenPower project takes strides with first commercial server

Taiwan's Tyan will start selling the first OpenPower server by mid-year, IBM says read more »

Ford's connected car cloud offering will be powered by Microsoft Azure

The carmaker is the latest to announce a platform that will update its connected cars similarly to smartphones read more »

Government 'needs to get out of the data centre business', says deputy government CTO

Magnus Falk says departments lack the scale to make in-house data centres financially worthwhile read more »

HMRC’s Aspire contract costs to hit £11bn after ‘risky’ replacement plan

Department will hire about 200 staff before Capgemini deal ends in 2017, MPs told read more »

Bank IT ‘not fit for purpose’, MPs claim

Legacy of RBS' 2012 IT systems failure lingers on as MPs demand that banks reroute profits into upgrading ageing infrastructure read more »

TNT hybrid cloud deal boosts HP’s struggling enterprise services division

Six-year contract is another feather in HP's cap weeks after announcing Deutsche Bank deal read more »

Intel lowers Q1 revenue outlook, citing sluggish PC sales

Intel also blamed macroeconomic and currency conditions in Europe for the revised forecast read more »

VMware expands desktop virtualisation to Linux

VMware Horizon 6 will be able to deliver Red Hat and Ubuntu Linux desktops read more »

PC sales may be worse than expected this year

IDC revised its forecast for PC shipments in 2015 to a drop of 4.9 percent read more »

Hospitals’ licences could be revoked if they fail to invest in IT

Research shows there is a direct link between digital maturity and patient outcomes in hospitals read more »

Check Point 'threat extraction' tech cleans booby-trapped email attachments

Blade customers offered new email security system to beat common attack read more »

Open-source hardware is gaining critical mass

Open Compute Project acclaims moves by HP and others that should make it easier to adopt read more »


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