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The Colonial Pipeline attack: Did the hackers involved even mean to cause so much disruption?
“Our goal is to make money and not creating problems for society,” says the Russian ransomware group responsible for hacking one of the US’s most vital fuel lines.
The world’s most scalable database now runs on any Kubernetes
DataStax has announced that K8ssandra, an open-source distribution of Apache Cassandra™ on Kubernetes, is available on any Kubernetes environment including distro-specific integrations for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and…
Could our demand for data centres have a positive effect on power?
We rely on data centres to live our day to day lives, but in doing so, these facilities kick out a lot of power which isn’t all that great for our environment. This…
Cybersecurity risk assessment? Didn’t think so
Barry O’Donnell, chief operating officer at TSG gives us the lowdown on creating your cybersecurity risk assessment.
Papa John’s and Google Cloud come together to accelerate digital transformation
Papa John's
It would seem Papa John’s couldn’t resist a ‘pizza’ that digital action, as the company strengthens its relationship with Google Cloud in order to drive digital transformation. Google Cloud and Papa John’s International,…
AWS: Supporting startups via its Clean Energy Accelerator
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced a five-week accelerator for clean energy startups to help them accelerate their impact, access additional resources, and expand their reach. Addressing climate change requires innovation across the…
Not all clouds are created equal, where do your workloads belong?
Sometimes things can get a little confusing in the cloud. In this article, Leigh Plumley, CRO at Aptum explores which workloads belong in the public cloud, private cloud, on-premises and SaaS. Organisations are…
What will the internet look like in 2050? Futurologists share their predictions
The pandemic has shown us a lot can change in a year, so how about 30? A new report by Fasthosts uncovers what the internet will look like in 2050. From immersive VR…
New Vertiv technologies to unlock a potential 1m Euro in revenue for customers in Ireland
Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, has launched its first single-vendor solution to enable grid flexibility, power stability and demand management. The innovative Dynamic Grid Support feature for Vertiv™ Liebert®…
Big tech or a big problem? Tackling the monopoly
Big Tech
The relentless rise of ‘big tech’ (specifically the ‘big six’) consisting of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Alphabet (owner of Google), Apple and last but not least, Microsoft – has led to these companies possessing…