The number of APT groups "exploiting the latest Exchange vulnerabilities grows, with thousands of email servers under siege" according to security company ESET.
On the 25th of January, ten days after ASIC became aware of a cyber security incident affecting a server used by ASIC, the world was notified of the ASIC hack attack.
Ok, so we're not talking about the mercury in the thermometer, but Mercury Research's latest market share estimates for Q4 2018, but either way, AMD's YoY growth is WoW.
Firmware and hardware security firm Eclypsium (recently funded by Andreessen Horowitz and others) has released new findings, demonstrating that BMC (baseboard management controllers) vulnerabilities can actually be exploited to "brick" servers, rendering entire data centres and cloud applications completely useless.
Global business technology firm Hewlett Packard Enterprise says it wants to help you achieve hybrid cloud so much, it will even buy your ageing in-house servers and provide you consumption-based billing on new gear, with an RoI of five months.
Enterprise information technology firm, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, has announced the expansion of its cloud-based AI-driven predictive operations platform, InfoSight, across the HPE ProLiant, Apollo and Synergy server range.
The University of Greenwich in the UK has been fined £120,000 by the Information Commissioner for forgetting and leaving online a server linked to a database with personal data of 19,500 university students, staff, alumni and conference visitors.
Complete with its Infinity Fabric laden with AMD's six gems compromising of Ryzen and Ryzen Pro, Radeon, SenseMI, GuardMI, Zen and EPYC, AMD's avenging, superhero-like, next-gen technologies are making life very tough for Intel, and great again for PC buyers.
A much faster future has arrived, with Crucial stating its new modules "increase system memory density to fuel memory-intensive server applications and workloads", increase performance and much more.
AMD has revealed plans for its Naples line of x86 processors with more cores, more memory capacity, and more I/O than current offerings.
Crucial has released DDR4 server DIMMs in 8-64GB capacities with a speed of 2666 MT/s for increased performance and bandwidth within data centres and hyper-scale environments.
Mid-sized and remote offices can easily deploy, manage and support virtual machines in a few clicks.
If your server motherboard supports DDR4, 8GB modules per memory slot, and your operating system handles it Crucial has an easy way to upgrade.
HP's latest server and storage announcements cover the SME spectrum from genuinely small businesses to the fringes of the midrange market.
ESET has completely re-engineered its range of business security products, boasting increased usability, performance, administrative flexibility and proactive protection.
HP has added new mobile and desktop models to its range of thin client devices.
Relatively few people ever need to set up a server out of doors. For those who do, Getac's X500 offers an off-the-shelf solution.
Dell has added a new desktop virtualisation appliance to its Australian catalogue, along with a new zero client.
Apple released version 2.1.1 of OS X Server last week, but has only just revealed the security content it delivers.
Dell has announced the 12th generation of its PowerEdge server family, with features designed to take advantage of Windows Server 2012.
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