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  1. Huawei to OpenStackers: Don't try to chase Amazon/Microsoft/Google   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    Strike out on your own instead of playing catch-up OpenStack Summit First came AWS, then Microsoft’s Azure – now Google’s GWT. Microsoft’s been playing feature catch-up to AWS since 2008 with the baton passing now to Google under Diane Greene.…   The Register
  2. Speaking in Tech: EMC v Pure – Stop bickering with the big dog   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    Podcast Plus: Cockcroft jumps ship to AWS, Facebook threat to enterprise, and more   The Register
  3. Interest rate hikes to fuel bonfire of the Unicorns   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    Canalys says enterprise startup sales teams will flame out and land in channel Enterprise startups burning through cash while it's cheap will have to fire their sales teams to survive, according to channel analyst outfit Canalys' founder Steve Brazier.…   The Register
  4. The IoT market will grow through cannibalisation, says Tech Mahindra   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    Less blue-sky thinking, more 'is this profitable?' needed IoT World Congress What does the Internet of Things actually mean for business? "If a customer is spending $10m on maintenance, I say, 'Give us $8m and... I will bring you better availability of your equipment'," a confident Karthikeyan Natarajan of Tech Mahindra told The Register yesterday.…   The Register
  5. EU ruling restricts rights to resell back-up copies of software where originals are damaged, destroyed or lost   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    What? Software companies must enable customers that acquire an unlimited licence to use their product to download a copy of that software to replace originals that have been damaged, destroyed or lost, the EU's highest court has ruled.…   The Register
  6. Tenable ate FlawCheck for DevOps enhancement   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    Because Docker container security leaves something to be desired In order to remain tenable as the security market adjusts to software containers, Tenable Network Security, based in Columbia, Maryland, has acquired FlawCheck, a San Francisco-based company founded last year to make Docker containers more secure.…   The Register
  7. Vodafone rapped with RECORD £4.6m fine for failing customers   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    Biz apologises and blames issues with its IT system Vodafone has been fined £4.6m for failing customers for mis-selling to customers, inaccurate billing and poor complaints handling.…   The Register
  8. Got Ancient exploit but nowhere to use it? Try the horrid GRX network   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    Audio: Aussie hacker shows even NSA hacks haven't schooled some telcos Ruxcon They've been warned for years, but scores of telcos are still making bone-headed configuration mistakes in their GPRS Global Roaming Exchange (GRX) networks, leaving mail and FTP servers vulnerable.…   The Register
  9. Possible reprieve for the venerable A-10 Warthog   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    Report says supply chain is ramping up for refurb and electronics upgrade “Uglier things have been spotted in the sky, but not by reliable witnesses†– and, in the case of the A10 “Warthogâ€, it'll be the ugliest thing in the sky for a lot longer than the US Air Force wanted.…   The Register
  10. Europe's Mars probe destroyed after plunging to surface   26/Oct/16 12:00pm
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Images taken by a NASA Mars orbiter indicate that a missing European space probe was destroyed on impact after plummeting to the surface of the Red Planet from a height of 2-4 km (1.2 to 2.5 miles), the European Space Agency said on Friday.   Reuters: Science News

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