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20.11.2017 16:07:00 Quelle: https://www.bva.bund.de/

Deutsche Schule Audi Hungaria Gyor: neue Gebäude eingeweiht

Endlich: Nach umfangreichen Sanierungs- und Erweiterungsmaßnahmen stehen der Audi Hungaria Schule in Gyor ein komplett saniertes Gebäude sowie zwei neue Gebäudeteile mit 25 Klassen- und 12 Gruppenräumen, einem Konferenzraum und einem großzügigen Eingangsbereich mit Aula zur Verfügung. Am 28. September fand die feierliche Übergabe der in der zweiten Ausbaustufe fertiggestellten Schulgebäude statt.

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20.11.2017 16:07:00 Quelle: https://www.bva.bund.de/

PASCH-Dreiländercamp in Kovacica

"Recherchieren – Erkunden – Präsentieren". An diesen Techniken arbeiteten 42 Schülerinnen und Schüler aus drei Ländern mit zehn Lehrkräften und drei kulturweit-Freiwilligen drei Tage lang auf Deutsch beim "Dreiländercamp" in Kovacica in Serbien.

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

UK.gov told to tread carefully with transfer of data sets to NHS Digital

It’s almost as if it doesn’t have a great track record on patient info and IT projects...

The UK government has been advised against a hasty shift of vital data sets from one quango to another as it aims to centralise medical data collection and management.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

LogMeIn 123 having issues today?

5 tech seats, none will log in for remote sessions this morning...

Happy Monday :/

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Anyone using TrendMicros XGen AV? Thoughts on it?

We have their conventional OfficeScan so we're entitled to the XGen product. Any thoughts on it?

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

Nouveau niche: Datos IO adds distributed app fragment recovery

Who are the RecoverX rivals again? Nice gig

+Comment  Distributed database protector Datos IO has added fractional backup and recovery so you can restore the data you want faster.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

The Graphite Metrics Stack With Maintainers Jason Dixon and Dan Cech (Interview)

Do you know what is happening in your production systems right now? If you have a comprehensive metrics platform then the answer is yes. If your answer is no, then this episode is for you. Jason Dixon and Dan Cech, core maintainers of the Graphite project, talk about how graphite is architected to capture your time series data and give you the ability to use it for answering questions. They cover the challenges that have been faced in evolving the project, the strengths that have let it stand the tests of time, and the features that will be coming in future releases.

https://www.podcastinit.com/graphite-metrics-with-jason-dixon-and-dan-cech-episode-136/

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Need help configuring External Switch in Hyper-V

I have a file server on which I also installed the Hyper-V role. My host server has a single NIC with connectivity to our intranet. I tried setting up an External v-Switch so that when I create my test virtual machine, it will have access to the rest of our intranet just as my host does. The problem is that after I set up the external v-switch, my host lost connectivity to the rest of my intranet and I was not able to ping it from any other computer either. I ended up removing the external v-switch that I set up to restore connectivity.

Can anyone tell me what I need to do in order to share my intranet connection from my NIC with any virtual machines that I create under my external v-switch without loosing connectivity on my host?

Just an FYI, this is just a spare admin file server that I am installing the hyper-v role onto. Customers do not rely on this file server. In addition, I am doing a test by deploying just one or two VM's under virtual switches connected to separate subnets so that I can install a rogue system detector on it to detect other workstations in the subnet that do not have a McAfee agent installed. If this test is successful, I will install the Hyper-V role on a dedicated server which will be hosting a total of about 50 vm's.

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Windows Server 2012 Access Anywhere webpage problem

So about a week ago I started having problems with an Anywhere Access webpage where it wasn't showing any sort of CSS styling. I went down a rabbit hole attempting to fix it, and a suggested fix was /sfc. That was a mistake on its own, but I think I got most of those problems that caused sorted.

However the Anywhere Access page is still broken. This is the errors it gives, and here is another thread I found with the exact same error message, but of course, no solution posted.

I've tried the anywhere access repair, to no avail. I'm running out of options, so I'd love another ear to bounce this off of. I'm currently in a stand-off with the back-up company that was handling things before I stepped in, so don't have access to any back-ups from before these issues started (yet...)

Thanks for reading :-)

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

OnePlus 5T is like the little sister you always feared was the favourite

This time, the flagship challenger gets it right

Review  OnePlus has settled into the groove of releasing two flagships a year, and this Christmas-time 5T reiteration may well piss off the fans who bought the OnePlus 5 released in the summer. It's better all round, sports the 6-inch 18:9 OLED that's a genuine flagship display... and it's the same price as before. So £499 buys you some absurd specs: 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and £449 6GB/64GB.…

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Who has 2,000 tickets to the gun show? Ciscos HCIA platform HyperFlex

In 18 months, Switchzilla has established itself in hyperconverged market

+Comment  After 18 months of selling, some 2,000 customers are travelling along the Cisco HCIA highway.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

10 / 40g Fiber

So the WISP I work for is about to tap into some dark fiber offerings. I'm looking for any tips / suggestions for equipment that will support some really hot optics (160km+).

We've looked at all the usual contenders, but haven't committed to any one product yet.

Thoughts, comments, concerns? All are welcome!

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Load Balancing??

I'm looking to implement a highly available load balancing system for public web server. The web server will be running web apps built in ASP.NET and running on Windows servers. Currently we have just one web server running the apps, but will be adding another in the near future and more if/when the performance boost is needed.

Money is an obstacle. Performance is a must. And easy manageability would be great.

I've looked at just about every free version that falls under a google search, but my lack of expertise in this area hinders me from knowing if a free one will hold up under pressure.

Any suggestions, advice, links, or best practices are appreciated.

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Help me parse a vendors storage DR summary

We use a vendor for web hosting with some virtual private servers and they had some sort of service disruption starting last Friday. I spent most of my weekend acting on our DR plan but I'm finding it a little hard to parse the meaning behind their summary:

On Friday, November 17th, our main storage system experience a catastrophic event that caused it to start a system check. Due to the size of the file system, the system check took a long time to reboot, additionally, since our support board is located on the same file system, we could not update the tickets that you have submitted. We will of course update all of the open tickets in the system. Over the next few days, we will let you know what our next steps are to prevent this kind of an event in the future.

I'm not well versed in big data type of storage. Obviously none of us are privy to details here, but for people with more storage oriented experience what do you read between the lines in this summary? What kind of direct questions would you want to ask this vendor that would help you determine if they have a handle on the situation going forward?

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Looking for advice on Cluster Shared Volumes

Good morning, everyone! We're looking at a rebuild and restructure of our file server environment. Currently we're set up with 3 file servers, across 2 sites, with multiple DFS namespaces, and limited DFSR. I'm looking to expand our storage, some, rework our DFS, and get more robust replication and resiliency, all on 2016 Datacenter servers.

I was looking at CSV for the storage, and a pair of file servers at each of the 2 sites, and fully replicating the data between the sites. It looks like I may be out of luck with counting on DFSR for the replication, as Scale-out and ReFS appear to be incompatible with it (DFSR relies on NTFS change journal).

So the next option I was looking at was cluster storage replication between the two CSV's, and then just leaving DFSR out of the mix, but still using DFS for getting people to the data.

Has anyone had experience with a setup like this? Pros / Cons? Would or would not recommend? Pointers?

Thanks, all!

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Removing .Net 4.7.x from new Win10 PC

I've got a new PC at work that I am testing for Win10 for some of our programs. The only issue is that one of the applications cannot run with anything higher than .net 4.5.2 otherwise it will constantly give the user errors. According to that programs support, there is a fix for .net, but it won't be until the second quarter of 2018.

So, my question is this- how can I uninstall 4.7 from this win10 PC and install 4.5.2?

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Massive US military social media spying archive left wide open in AWS S3 buckets

Someone fucked up badly:

Three misconfigured AWS S3 buckets have been discovered wide open on the public internet containing "dozens of terabytes" of social media posts and similar pages – all scraped from around the world by the US military to identify and profile persons of interest.

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/11/17/us_military_spying_archive_exposed/

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

What could the fall of net neutrality in the US mean for the rest of the world?

I'm curious, it's obviously a huge deal for the US, with the potential to cripple innovation for years to come. But what about the rest of the world? Yes they're free to do as they please, but there must be some effect of a major internet player changing its rules?

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

NIST 3.13.5

3.13.5 Implement subnetworks for publicly accessible system components that are physically or logically separated from internal networks.

How are other people reading this? We are a pretty small company that has some services available on the web. They are NAT'ed and have the ports forwarded to internal systems.

Lets takes Exchange and OWA for example. It's my understanding that MS doesn't support exchange being in a DMZ unless it has All/All access to the LAN and domain controllers, which kind of defeats the point of a DMZ.

Would a reverse proxy for all externally facing web services bring us into compliance? If so, what product would you recommend for someone at CCNA level of networking knowledge to most easily get setup and working?

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Currently a Dell shop, comparing other brands warranties

My company has been a Dell shop since I started, most employees are currently on E6540s. We have gold support with Dell that has been great, our techs are certified and we can get parts overnighted when we need them. We also have the option to send a next day tech out to a user’s home or office if need be. It’s been a long time since we have looked at other brands and we have been happy with Dell, but I’ve been tasked with looking into and comparing HP and Lenovo to see if anything has changed over the years. The hardware isn’t really what I’m worried about, they all appear to be similar. I’m looking for info on warranties, support, and parts replacement. • What have been your experiences with HP or Lenovo service? • Do they both offer similar warranties? • With Dell we can get our techs certified to order parts and work on the machines themselves without having to engage Dell support, do the others offer this?

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Have you used remote support tools to teach your users?

Remote support tools can quickly get you connected with your users anywhere you have an internet connection – which is great, but having to remote in and fix the same problem over and over again can be a bummer.

So, have you ever tried to solve an issue – for good – by using your session time to teach your end user something they didn’t know? If you’ve ever used remote support tools for end user education, what sort of lessons did you teach? Did they stick?

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

HVAC Controller

Hey,

Another department has HVAC controllers that is flash based. It's connected directly to internet, ive told them that it's a very bad idea, but they don't listen.

But they came to me asking for help figuring out why some of their controllers just seem to die, lose connection.

They had 10 devices that died on the same time but i different locations. (i think they were on the same ip-series from the isp)

Port 3001 and port 80 is wide open...

They got same ISP for almost every device, except 10%. The 10% works without issues.

There are no logs.

I opened one of the devices, and it uses a very old network chip (AM79C874VD).

Anyone have any idea what might had happend? Is there a network config in a switch/router that can break old network cards?

My plan is to place a router and log all traffic on port 80 and 3001, and hope it goes down, but for now i have absolutely nothing to go on.

I have two guesses, they were compromised or there is something very wrong with their lan-card.

According to the other department, the company blames the ISP and the ISP blames the hvac controller.

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

What motivates you?

I've just spent 2 or 3 hours fiddling around with regex lines for fail2ban, my first time ever using regex. Until that "AHA! Gotcha you bastard!" moment when you crack the thing you're working on and it doesn't seem hard and complicated anymore and you see your work and effort pay off. For me it's mostly that satisfactory feeling of seeing progress when learning new things.

What is it like for you? Why do you put up with all the problems we encounter in the line of duty?

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

Brocade undone: Broadcoms acquisition completes

Regulators happy. Now investors get to see if buying Fibre Channel was a good idea

Broadcom has completed its acquisition of Brocade.…

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Some security people are f*cking morons says Linus Torvalds

Linux Lord fires up over proposal to secure Linux by shutting down wonky processes

Linux overlord Linus Torvalds has offered some very choice words about different approaches security, during a discussion about whitelisting features proposed for version 4.15 of the Linux kernel.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Anyone having Windows BCD Issues?

We are dealing with an issue with one of our customers, where since last week 15(ish) computers have crashed, refused to boot, all requiring a repair and a bootrec /rebuildbcd to be run from a troubleshooting command prompt.

We also had 2 computers in our office go last week. And a customer of a customer reporting the same issue.

Its a mixture of Windows 10/7 systems, HP/Lenovo, all have ESET Anti Virus, however one of the computers had webroot. I am also not aware of any Windows Updates occurring at that time.

Although the software stack is consistent, the customer in question has 150 other computers across multiple sites/subnets all working fine.

I cant see any evidence of a virus or malware infection.

Just a bit puzzled as to what could have caused this on a large(ish) scale.

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Meet the People Building Their Own Internet in Detroit

I just found this on /r/all in /r/Documentaries

It's quite interesting to watch and highlights quite heavily how the state of the internet can be from you and a guy living across the street.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Documentaries/comments/7dvqjd/people_building_their_own_internet_in_detroit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1B0u6nvcTsI

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

User experience test tools: a privacy accident waiting to happen

Researchers watch publishers watching you, ignore privacy settings, run over mere HTTP

Researchers working on browser fingerprinting found themselves distracted by a much more serious privacy breach: analytical scripts siphoning off masses of user interactions.…

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F5 DROWNing, not waving, in crypto fail

Bleichenbacher, the name that always chills cryptographers' blood

If you're an F5 BIG-IP sysadmin, get patching: there's a bug in the company's RSA implementation that can give an attacker access to encrypted messages.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

Skype for Business plugin button missing from Outlook

One of our clients seems to have a strange problem. Outlook Skype for Business plugin gets disabled and missing for random users. This means that it is impossible to set up a new Skype meeting from Outlook.

Enabling the plugin manually crashes the Outlook. Removing the user profile and setting it up again fixes the problem, but after a while the button is missing again.

We are suspecting that this has something to do with Microsoft Teams, which we installed to the computers recently.

I'm getting nothing form Google. Has anyone else encountered this? Any solutions to try?

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Those that use SCCM, what are somethings you wish someone had told you before you set it up?

We are getting SCCM and whilst I have used it from an "end user" point of view before, so just selecting an image and deploying it to a machine, I've never actually managed it from the backend. I'm starting with some Pluralsite courses over the next few weeks to bring myself up to speed but I know it's a big product with plenty to offer but with some pitfalls.

What are some hints or best practices you have found out since installing SCCM into your environment, that you wished someone had told you before?

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

DNS resolver 9.9.9.9 will check requests against IBM threat database

Group Co-founded by City of London Police promises 'no snooping on your requests'

The Global Cyber Alliance has given the world a new free Domain Name Service resolver, and advanced it as offering unusually strong security and privacy features.…

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Weekend dealbook: Cavium to Marvell, Toshiba denies ASUS

Chipmakers could merge to take on BroadQual, Toshiba says its PCs aren't for sale

While you relaxed over the weekend, financiers and execs were busy doing deals, or hosing them down.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: https://www.reddit.com/

List of users who have recently sent an email to a specific mailbox

This may be a dumb question, but if I wanted to notify a group of users about a change in process or whatever, and I wanted that list to be only email addresses of people who have sent a message to a specific mailbox during a certain period, say a year, how would I generate that list? My brain is currently unable to find a starting point, need another cup of coffee.

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What services do you personally use that have a free tier?

As sysadmins we come across a lot of different technology. We are also asked by nonprofits, family, and friends to host a website or back up data or other small tasks. I don't necessarily want to run OwnCloud out of my basement. Which services do you personally use or recommend?

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And so the season begins....

Home for the first time in year. Been here less than 24 hours. Already doing windows tech support for my parents.

I'm a linux sysadmin.

Thank God for Google.

Here's to all of you who get wrangled into family tech support for it is this season.

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

Its 2017, and command injection is still the top threat to web apps

Open Web Application Security Project updated 'top-ten risks' lands on Monday, but we found a late, late draft

The Open Web Application Security Project will on Monday, US time, reveal its annual analysis of web application risks, but The Register has sniffed out the final draft of the report and can report that it has found familiar attacks top its charts, but exotic exploits are on the rise.…

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Chainmail tires re-invent the wheel to get future NASA rovers rolling

'Shape memory alloys' mean tires can roll over sharp objects without permanently deforming

NASA has developed chainmail tires with a memory and thinks they'll do the trick for future rovers.…

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MPs draft bill to close loopholes used by sharing economy employers

Shafting economy, more like...

A draft Bill intended to close the loopholes on so-called "gig economy" employment practices has been published today by the the Work and Pensions and Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committees.…

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DJI (Drone company) "..developers had left the private keys for both the "wildcard" certificate for all the companys Web domains and the keys to cloud storage accounts on Amazon Web Services exposed publicly in code posted to GitHub"

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Moronic Monday - November 20, 2017

Howdy, /r/sysadmin!

It's that time of the week, Moronic Monday! This is a safe (mostly) judgement-free environment for all of your questions and stories, no matter how silly you think they are. Anybody can answer questions! My name is AutoModerator and I've taken over responsibility for posting these weekly threads so you don't have to worry about anything except your comments!

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iPhone X: Bargain! Youve just bagged yourself a cheap AR device

If you take the Apple shaped pill, you'll see things different(ly)

Apple fanbois being fanbois, Apple's new iPhone X isn’t "super expensive" but rather "totally worth it". Or, as chief executive Tim Cook styled it, "a value price... for the technology you’re getting".…

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Container ship loading plans are easily hackable

Look! A pic that's not a metaphor

Security researchers have warned that it might be possible to destabilise a container ship by manipulating the vessel stowage plan or "Bay Plan".…

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Whew... Toshiba rustles up $5.4bn to avoid delisting

Weakens WD position on blocking flash biz sale

Beleaguered Toshiba, facing a Tokyo stock exchange deadline, has planned a $5.4bn share issue to avoid a delisting threat.…

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The Independent live streamed space vid recorded in 2015

'We naturally regret the human error that led to the mistake'

For reasons unknown, on Sunday The Independent "live streamed" footage from space that was more than two years old.…

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How is 55 Cancri e like a Sisters of Mercy gig? Astroboffins: It has atmosphere

*No, mate. Just no* New model throws spanner in exoplanet debate

A new physical model has added more support to the theory that the large exoplanet 55 Cancri e has an Earthlike atmosphere.…

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ICO probes universities accused of using private data to target donation campaigns

Students allegedly screened for wealth, tendency to give money

Twenty-four British universities are being probed by the Information Commissioner's Office after being accused of using their ex-students' data to target those most likely to be extra alma to their mater.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

The Social Network™ releases its data networking code

Open/R distributed router software goes open source, with Juniper, Arista aboard

Facebook has sent another shiver running up Cisco's spine, by releasing the code it uses for packet routing.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

If youre big enough, Cisco will cook you a private software SKU

Custom big data bundles for Australia's Telstra pop up on product death list

Vulture South last week spotted an oddity in this Cisco end of sale announcement for “Cisco Select UCS Server Accessories”.…

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20.11.2017 16:06:00 Quelle: http://go.theregister.com/

nbn™ to ISPs: share your speeds or well share em for you

nbn™ financials, the speed scandal, and 'what millennials like part 1,096'

NBN Week  Australia's National Broadband Network “speed scandal” was in the news again last week, as nbn™, the company building and operating the network, suggested it should publish its internal speed data to resolve the issue.…

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