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Felismus malware deployed to steal documents and carry out surveillance on government foreign policy in a previously unknown campaign.
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The awards that dare to ask whether you can feel your ears growing.
By Paul Miller, Vice President of Marketing, HPE Software-defined and Cloud Group “Oh baby, baby, itrsquo;s a cloud world...itrsquo;s hard to get by just upon a public cloudhellip;”OK, so Irsquo;ve mangled Cat Stevensrsquo; 1971 classic song, Wild World, but you get the point.
Itrsquo;s a cloud world out there today — with enterprise IT departments moving to the cloud in record numbers.

But is it just public cloud? No, not by a long shot.To address the needs of various workloads, enterprises are turning to hybrid IT solutions.

A 2017 cloud computing trends survey found that 85% of enterprises are pursuing a multi-cloud strategy with each running workloads in an average of 1.8 public clouds and 2.3 private clouds.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
After battling chronic diarrhea for months, a fecal transplant came to the rescue.
Massive study of ancient and modern cat genomes reveals an unusual history.
To win this game, combat mastery wonrsquo;t be enough.

But will pre-battle prep be fun?
Understanding the intentions in the cat-and-mouse online battle is getting harder.
The highly skilled nature of the threat actors behind Felismus, and their ability to cover their tracks, means that no-one knows their identity or their target.
By Gary Thome, VP and chief engineering at HPE, Software-defined and Cloud Group Technology, like everything else, has trends or cycles.

Cloud started more than 10 years ago and was the hot, new tech trend.

But now…are things starting to shift again? Are organizations thinking twice before automatically moving essential workloads to the public cloud?The answer is yes – and for a variety of reasons.

A few born-in-the-cloud companies have now moved from the public cloud back to on-premises data centers – DropBox is a high-profile example.

And the public cloud performance (or lack thereof) was a big reason why.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
They're also more willing to eat dog, cat, and horse meat if it's grown in a lab.