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MoD claims it's still committed but warns of 'uncertainty' Rising costs might force the UK to reduce its order of F-35 fighter jets, the House of Commons has been told.…
By Gary Thome, Vice President and Chief Technologist for the Software-Defined and Cloud Group at Hewlett Packard Enterprise What happens when you take a company overflowing with artistic talent and combine it with technology that doesn’t hold them b...
Kim Weins is vice president of cloud cost strategy at RightScale. As major cloud providers (AWS, Azure, Google, and IBM) continue to drop the prices of cloud instances, they have added discounting options, added instances, and dropped the billing i...
“The right tool for the right job.” If such wisdom holds true anywhere, it certainly holds true with the choice of database a developer picks for a given application.

Document databases, one of the family of data products collectively referred to as “N...
Hold on to your laces, email server was compromised Miscreants, hackers – call 'em what you will – have pilfered email addresses from an unknown number of Loake Shoes customers.…
And you can probably guess how that turned out Hacks played representatives of a hacked company in an incident response exercise run by F-Secure this week.…
Ad giant has malware detection in its script-hosting service... but Coin Hive isn't flagged Crypto-jackers using Coin Hive code to secretly mine Monero via computing power supplied by the unsuspecting have found Google Tag Manager to be a convenient me...
iGiant didn't want to aid censorship, but $10bn in revenue is $10bn in revenue Apple has told the US government it cooperated with China's demands to block VPN services so it could get other concessions from the Middle Kingdom on human rights.…
Uber CEO said a 2016 data breach that exposed 57 million Uber user accounts and a subsequent payment of $100,000 to a hacker to delete data and keep it a secret is inexcusable.
Dept. of Justice lamely says 'winter is coming' for Behzad Mesri, aka 'Skote Vahshat' The United States' Department of Justice has identified a suspect in July's attack on Home Box Office, naming an Iranian national, Behzad Mesri, in an indictment unse...
This bug is a feature in 11 out of 12 scenarios Microsoft has rebutted analysis that suggested its Address Space Layout Randomisation (ASLR) technology could be exploited.…