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Eclypsium exposes bare metal server flaw

Cyber security vendor Eclypsium, who specialises in protecting firmware, has disclosed a severe vulnerability in how bare metal servers are managed. Put simply, it has discovered that the processes used by...
Michel Paulin, CEO, OVH on challenges to growth

Michel Paulin, CEO, OVH on challenges to growth

Michel Paulin joined OVH just a few months ago. His appointment is aimed at allowing OVH founder Octave Klaba, a chance to focus on the technical side of the business. Paulin...
Jorg Gross talks about cloud and manufacturing

Jorg Gross talks about cloud and manufacturing

At OpenStack Berlin, Jorg Gross, Architect and Senior Expert Software Solutions at Oerlikon talked about the manufacture of yarn. It might seem a fairly off topic discussion in the context of...
Talking OpenStack with SUSE

What does the move to Open Infrastructure mean to SUSE?

At OpenStack, Berlin, Enterprise Times caught up with Terri Schlosser and Matthew Johns from SUSE. The main news from the conference was that OpenStack was changing its name to Open Infrastructure....
Equinix invests $85m in new SG4 data centre

Equinix invests $85m in new SG4 data centre

Data centre behemoth Equinix is investing US$85 million in a new Singapore data centre. It will be the company's fourth data centre in Singapore and is expected to open in Q4,...
Dan Jones and Dan Young talk Cloud Foundry and CI/CD

Dan Jones and Dan Young talk Cloud Foundry and CI/CD

Dan Jones and Dan Young are co-founders of Engineer Better. It is a UK-based consultancy that has been going for over two years. Engineer Better focused on Cloud Foundry as an area of...
Alain Fiocco talks about the new solutions OVH is offering

Alain Fiocco talks about the new solutions OVH is offering

Alain Fiocco is the CTO of OVH, the French cloud provider with plans to be a €1 billion company in the next few years. Those plans were outlined in an earlier...
Thomas Di Giacomo and Brent Smithurst talk Cloud Foundry and containers

SUSE’s Thomas Di Giacomo and Brent Smithurst talk Cloud Foundry

At the Cloud Foundry Summit Europe, Enterprise Times caught up with Thomas Di Giacomo, CTO, SUSE and Brent Smithurst, Global Product Marketing Manager, SUSE. At the event, SUSE announced its involvement...
Jason McGee on IBM, Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes

Jason McGee on IBM, Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes

Jason McGee is the CTO of all things Platform as a Service at IBM Cloud. Among the products he looks after is IBM's Cloud Foundry distribution. IBM already has a range...
Kubernetes security under the spotlight

Closing the Kubernetes security gap

If 2017 was the year of container experimentation, 2018 has seen containers begin to be deployed. Even ignoring the overhyped numbers from vendors, the scale of container deployment cannot be ignored....

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Linking spreadsheets in Excel 19

A while ago I wrote a tip on how to consolidate two or more spreadsheets together. It occurred to me that maybe some of...
LogChain

LogChain completes international blockchain shipment

LogChain has completed, as part of its pilot program, a full cycle international blockchain-backed maritime shipment. This executed on its end-to-end, digital and tamper-proof...
gpi Link SWIFT r3

SWIFT’s ‘gpi Link’ meets Corda DLT for trade ecosystems

Back in January (2019) SWIFT added a proof of concept (PoC) to trial a new gateway - the 'gpi Link' - with R3's Corda....
Casting Aluminium at Norsk Hydro

Norsk Hydro shutdown by ransomware

Norsk Hydro, one of the largest aluminium producers in the world has been hit by a ransomware attack. The attack has forced the company...

Council of Clerks of Commercial Courts (NCC) deploys IBM-developed blockchain

The French National Council of Clerks (NCC) and IBM have developed a blockchain-based commercial court solution devoted to the clerks of commercial courts' commercial...
SAS invests $1 billion into AI

SAS to invest $1 billion in AI

Analytics vendor SAS is to invest US$1 billion in Artificial Intelligence (AI) over the next three years. The money will be spread across three...
2nd Watch selects RiverMeadow for cloud migration

RiverMeadow helps 2nd Watch migrate to the cloud

2nd Watch is to use RiverMeadow to help migrate client data and apps to the cloud. This deal sees 2nd Watch take advantage of...
Tide Protocol

Tide launches blockchain-based data marketplace 

Tide is a non-profit foundation with a blockchain protocol which seeks to address costly GDPR compliance, compensation and data accuracy issues. Its objective is...
Qlik donates 18 more courses to Data Literacy Project

Qlik boosts Data Literacy Project course library

The Data Literacy Project has just expanded its course library after data analytics vendor Qlik made 18 of its courses available. The project was...
BITC highlights problems with cyber security in SMBs

BITC claims small businesses key to preventing data breaches

Business in the Community (BITC) is claiming that small businesses are the key to preventing data breaches in the future. It's relatively easy to...
NAO slams UK Cyber Security Programme

NAO calls UK Government Cyber Security Programme a farce

In 2016, the government announced it was to invest £1.9 billion in a National Cyber Security Strategy. The announcement came with a lot of...
Certik

CertiK to audit smart contracts on LTO Network

CertiK is introducing an LTO Network Live Contract Audit. The relevant, auditable, Live Contracts run on LTO Network, a hybrid blockchain platform for decentralised...
EQT completes acquisition of SUSE

EQT completes aquisition of SUSE from Micro Focus

EQT Partners has completed its acquisition of SUSE from Micro Focus. The deal was first announced in July 2018 with EQT paying US$2.5 billion...
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Change and keep column settings in Explorer 10

You would be amazed how many times I get asked this question. “How do I keep the settings of particular columns in Explorer for...