ServiceNow ordered a year's worth of hardware to avoid supply chain hassles [Thu May 26 2022]

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ServiceNow ordered a year's worth of hardware to avoid supply chain hassles

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Despite 'key' partnership with AWS, Meta taps up Microsoft Azure for AI work

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ServiceNow takes aim at procurement pain points

Purchasing teams are a bit like help desks – always being asked to answer dumb or inappropriate questions

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DuckDuckGo tries to explain why its browsers won't block some Microsoft web trackers

Meanwhile, Tails 5.0 users told to stop what they're doing over Firefox flaw

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Atos pushes out HPC cloud services based on Nimbix tech

Moore's Law got you down? Throw everything at the problem! Quantum, AI, cloud...

Foxconn factory fiasco could leave Wisconsinites on the hook for $300m

What's Mandarin for 'Where's my money?'

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HPE, Cerebras build AI supercomputer for scientific research

Wafer madness hits the LRZ in HPE Superdome supercomputer wrapper

ServiceNow ordered a year's worth of hardware to avoid supply chain hassles

CTO shares datacenter secrets with The Reg: NVMe, MariaDB, mid-range x86 CPUs, S3-alike, and more

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Who had money on Samsung and Red Hat joining forces on next-gen memory software?

Cloudy server testbed coming, open source code filtering into RHEL promised

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Millions of people's info stolen from MGM Resorts dumped on Telegram for free

Meanwhile, Twitter coughs up $150m after using account security contact details for advertising

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In record year for vulnerabilities, Microsoft actually had fewer

Occasional gaping hole and overprivileged users still blight the Beast of Redmond

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Vehicle owner data exposed in GM credential-stuffing attack

Car maker says miscreants used stolen logins to break into folks' accounts

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Beijing needs the ability to 'destroy' Starlink, say Chinese researchers

Paper authors warn Elon Musk's 2,400 machines could be used offensively

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Quad nations pledge deeper collaboration on infosec, data-sharing, and more

But think tank says its past attempts at working together haven't gone well

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About half of popular websites tested found vulnerable to account pre-hijacking

In detail: Ocean's Eleven-grade ruse in which victims' profiles are rigged from the start

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Indian stock markets given ten day deadline to file infosec report, secure board signoff

Another rush job for busy Indian IT shops

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Nvidia shares tumble as China lockdown, Russia blamed for dent in outlook

Sure, stonking server and gaming sales, but hiring and expenses to slow down, too

Original killer PC spreadsheet Lotus 1-2-3 now runs on Linux natively

As Google guru who ported it points out, the operating system did not exist when 1-2-3 came out in 1983

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We have bigger targets than beating Oracle, say open source DB pioneers

Advocates for MySQL and PostgreSQL see broader future for movement they helped create

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How to explain what an API is – and why they matter

Some of us have used them for decades, some are seeing them for the first time on marketing slides

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AI-designed COVID-19 drug nominated for preclinical trial

Treatment could stop coronavirus from replicating inside body

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How Intel can use its Granulate acquisition to maintain cloud footprint

Software-tuning suite could be used to show where and how Xeon trumps rivals, if customers can believe it

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Microsoft veteran on how he forged a badge to sneak into a Ballmer presentation

Developers, developers... and top secret coffee machines. Security at MS is definitely tighter 25 years later

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