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11 October 2018

 
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Microsoft deletes deleterious file deletion bug from Windows 10 October 2018 Update

Let's try that one again, says Redmond, after last week's operating system build misread timestamps

 
 
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BUSINESS

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UK.gov withdraws life support from flagship digital identity system

RIP Verify. Finally

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PC makers: Intel CPU shortages are here to stay ... for six months

If it's not one DRAM thing, it's another

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Ebook

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Requirements-driven software development and quality management

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DATA CENTRE

I find your lack of faith disturbing, IBM: Big Blue fires photon torpedo at Pentagon JEDI cloud contract

But Oracle shot first

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Compose yourselves: Western Digital chucks some bucks at Kaminario

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Hopes to lure new cloud-sniffers with location lockdown feature

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Commvault gets up its customers B&RaaS with in-cloud backup service

Signs up NetApp as a reseller

Why hyper-converged gear needs to go the extra file: Merging blocks and filers to break out of the niche

And how might this be done?

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DEVOPS

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The politics and practicalities of IT procurement

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EMERGENT TECH

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PERSONAL TECH

Happy with your Surface Pro 3's battery? Well, here's a setting that will cut the charge by half

Microsoft tweaks firmware for kiosks and users that love the power cord

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Russian 'troll factory' firebombed – but still fit to fiddle with our minds

Sick burn, bro: attacker only managed to torch a window-sill

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SECURITY

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PINs and needled: Experian site blabbed codes to unlock credit accounts for fraudsters

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Likely state hackers make do with 'living off the land' and going after tardy Office patchers

China's clampdown on Tor pushes its hackers into foreign backyards

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Worker perks flinger Sodexo pulls Engage website after malware smackdown

UK information commish is investigating

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Google and Microsoft boffins playing nicely together to stop replay attacks in their tracks

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SOFTWARE

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Microsoft has signed up to the Open Invention Network. We repeat. Microsoft has signed up to the OIN

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