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Oh, well, that's all right then Barts Health NHS Trust has blamed the disruption of its IT systems last Friday on a trojan horse infection and not ransomware.…

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London base in global expansion Oracle will open a cloud region in the UK that's based in London and plans to have three data centres serving the region by mid-2017.…

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Bulky, low-capacity spinner built for SMBs It's back to the future for the latest Seagate large form factor disk with a low capacity.…

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The real plan's under wraps? Analysis  The reality of red tape might mean the UK’s exit from the EU will take longer, and be softer, than the Prime Minister outlined today.…

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CD luminary Dave Farley to take the stage REG EVENTS  The agenda for Continuous Lifecycle is filling up, with four workshops confirmed, and our first keynote speaker revealed.…

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Need to give it a good, proper scrutinising, don't you? A House of Lords committee has called for greater detail on how the government intends to introduce online porn age verification plans in the Digital Economy Bill.…

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Partnership will plug LoRa and general IoTness Dutch Internet of Things wrangler Teleena has teamed up with Nokia-born IoT software spinoff Cumulocity to offer an end-to-end IoT service.…

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It had to happen sooner or sooner.... price parity with the US dollar Apple has confirmed to developers it is raising app store prices by up to a third, more than countering any downward currency swing in the British pound since the Brexit vote in June.…

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Makes its Brentrance in the South and West regions Microsoft's slow rollout of the full suite of Azure tools in the UK has taken another step forwards today, with Automation arriving in both of its UK regions.…

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One was hit 19 times over 12 months A third (30 per cent) of NHS trusts have been infected by ransomware, with one – the Imperial College Healthcare in London – suffering 19 attacks in just 12 months.…

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Or why the customer isn't always right Engineers and designers hate committee-led engineering and design, hence the proverbial joke about the camel. And ZTE's effort to allow passing strangers to design and brand a new mobile device perhaps illustrates why.…

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Yeah, just don't worry about the 100k plus you've tossed on the bonfire Meg Cynics might say Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman is on thin ice when discussing job preservation in the era of AI and robotics given her own track record, but that was the thrust of her speech at Davos.…

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Calls for benefits of foreign workers to be recognised Employers have called for a "sensible" immigration programme to recruit and retain overseas talent in a post-Brexit Britain.…

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What you don’t know, you can’t look for - obviously Interview  In a story about ARM-powered, Ethernet-addressed, object storing disk drives, I said such drives couldn’t carry out image searches at a drive-level because they would be operating "blindfolded". OpenIO says “Rubbish” to that in a blog it wrote ( I exaggerate.)…

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Driving assistant gives self-drivers a bit of Lip(Net) When Nvidia popped the bonnet on its Co-Pilot "backseat driver" AI at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, most onlookers were struck by its ability to lip-read while tracking CES-going "motorists'" actions within the "car".…

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Social giant works both sides of news street National elections in the UK and US, and Britain's 2016 referendum on membership of the EU demonstrated the growing power of social media to swing views and win votes.…

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Make a cup of tea - or a mocha - before you read this if you want a long and happy life A cup of tea, coffee or even a mocha could extend your life, new research shows.…

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Unless you're willing to tolerate the chance of data corruption IBM on Saturday slipped out news of a nasty bug in its VIOS, its Virtual I/O Server that offers virtualisation services on Power Systems under AIX.…

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FUDalicious post argues ancient security features are just too risky Microsoft Germany has argued that Windows 7 is no longer fit to be used in business.…

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Australia, Malaysia and China say no new information on plane's location has been found Australia, Malaysia and China have suspended the search for missing Malaysian airlines flight MH370.…

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It's 2017 and developers are still doing really dumb things A security firm has reverse engineered 16,000 Android apps on Google's Play store and found that over 304 contain sensitive secret keys.…

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Then hoovered out users' personal data, stole identities galore and spent up big Dutch police are this week warning 20,000 users that their email accounts were hacked after a malicious web developer left backdoors in the sites he built.…

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EPA's allegations against Fiat Chrysler become sweary international incident The latest “cheatware” scandal to rock the auto industry has escalated to cause inter-government tension, with Germany and Italy trading snipes over Fiat Chrysler's claims about emissions.…

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And fails: the launcher's second stage failed to ignite so it ditched into the sea From plants to pocket-sized radios, Japan has a long history of miniaturisation, but its first attempt to shrink a satellite-launching rocket has ended with the launcher ditching into the sea.…

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Your code tested as soon as you send it to GitHub Here's a handy tool from Docker's GitHub repository: a continuous integration library to help manage DataKit projects.…

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