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Plan Ahead: Roaming Charges are a Killer
Sunday, 10 November 2019 09:00

As the world gets more connected and computerized, it is easy to have an unintended consequence pop up and bite you. Especially because, so much of the time, today, things just work. The days of fretting over how to connect two computers, or how to store reasonable amounts of data …read more

Mobile operators say they'll go halfsies with UK.gov on £1bn network to bring 4G to rural folk
Friday, 25 October 2019 22:45

The UK's mobile operators have pledged to stump up half the cash for a £1bn "Shared Rural Network" (SRN) to tackle 4G notspots.

All four – EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone – have signed proposals to bring rural coverage to 95 per cent of the UK by 2025 via £530m in industry funding, with the government committing to tossing in a further £500m.

According to Ofcom, current geographic 4G mobile coverage – meaning where a signal is available from all four providers – stands at 66 per cent.

Under the SRN link up, EE, O2, Three and Vodafone will invest

You're flowing it wrong: Bad network route between Microsoft, Apple blamed for Azure, O365 MFA outage
Friday, 25 October 2019 22:10

Microsoft says last week's multi-factor authentication (MFA) partial outage , which hit its cloud-based services, was due to a dodgy network route between its servers and Apple's backend.

According to a postmortem penned by the Azure team on Thursday this week, the whole thing kicked off at around 1330 UTC (0630 PDT) on Friday, October 18 when packets went missing between Microsoft and the iGiant's Push Notification Service, aka the APNs .

From there, a chain reaction sparked. The inability to send MFA authentication tokens to Apple devices via APNs, due to the bad network link, formed a backlog of

Let’s talk about firewalls, SD-WAN, and zero trust, says Cisco: Networking giant to host its first Security Virtual Summit
Friday, 25 October 2019 17:00

Promo As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, and business applications proliferate across devices and locations, the soaring volume of internet traffic puts pressure on organisations' security systems and policies – and introduces new risks.

Cisco is staging its first Security Virtual Summit for IT leaders seeking to find out how the network giant's innovations can help their organisations keep systems safe while also improving business performance.

The online conference will cover three main topics: the future of the firewall; making the move to Secure SD-WAN; and the concept of zero trust.

Find out why firewall features, such as threat intelligence,

Plan to strip post-Brexit Brits of .EU domains now on hold: Registry waves white flag amid political madness
Friday, 25 October 2019 16:07

Plans to prevent UK citizens from owning .eu domains are on ice following the latest Brexit madness from the British Parliament.

“Following the recent developments in the UK withdrawal scenario, the entire plan outlined on Brexit page is on hold,” advised the operator of the .eu. registry, EURid, in an update this week. “We will keep you informed as soon as we receive further instructions from the European Commission.”

Under the most recent set of plans, EURid had until October 24, prior to a Halloween Brexit, to inform the hundreds of thousands of .eu domain holders in the UK that

Amazon is saying nothing about the DDoS attack that took down AWS, but others are
Tuesday, 29 October 2019 06:21

Amazon has still not provided any useful information or insights into the DDoS attack that took down swathes of websites last week, so let’s turn to others that were watching.

One such company is digital monitoring firm Catchpoint, which sent us its analysis of the attack in which it makes two broad conclusions: that Amazon was slow in reacting to the attack, and that tardiness was likely the result of its looking in the wrong places.

Even though cloud providers go to some lengths to protect themselves, the DDoS attack shows that even a company as big as Amazon is

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