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Outside of Japan, Fujitsu KILLS the K5 cloud with 'immediate effect'

Another old world vendor to rely on hyperscale beasties... in this instance, Azure

Fujitsu has taken the K5 platform for a long walk off a short pier, sending the hybrid cloud service to a watery grave - to stretch the metaphor - just a year and a half after its UK launch.…

In Windows 10 Update land, nobody can hear you scream

Probably because Microsoft has accidentally disabled your audio

Somebody got a little trigger happy with the big red Windows Update button last week as a broken Intel audio driver was unleashed on users “by mistake”.…

The march of Amazon Business has resellers quaking in their booties

'To team up with Amazon is like to team up with the devil'

Canalys Channels Forum 2018  Pity the poor resellers, because Jeff Bezos and his Amazon Business business is coming for their business, and they'll play ball with him at their own peril, so an analyst claims.…

NASA's Chandra probe suddenly becomes an EX-ray space telescope (for now, anyway)

Aging kit kicks into safe mode, 65,000+ miles away

October is shaping up to be a lousy month for NASA. First, the Hubble space telescope went into hibernation. Then a Russian Soyuz rocket failed to get its astronauts and kit up to the orbiting International Space Station. And now the American agency's Chandra X-ray Observatory, tens of thousands of miles from Earth, is kaput – temporarily, we hope.…

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