Heartbleed bug still a threat after flawed patches
Rush to patch Heartbleed bug causes sites to make dangerous errors
Google beefs up enterprise search appliances
GSA 7.0 deeply integrates into SharePoint 2010, and bolsters translation and preview features.
Amazon EC2’s Windows Server free version
Setting up a Windows server on Amazon's AWS is well within the reach of most IT pros, and it can even be free, Steve Cassidy discovers.
Iceotope touts super liquid cooling for data centres
Using 3M’s Novec coolant, the company claims it can cut cooling costs to zero.
Lynch: What’s changing is the ‘I’ in ‘IT’
The former Autonomy CEO and current head of information management at HP claims it is the meaning of the data that matters.
EMC initiates Project Lightning, Thunder to follow
The storage giant launches its first Project Lightning product, bringing flash to the server.
Intel touts Knights Corner 1 teraflop performance
New accelerator chip based om Many Integrated Core architecture breaks the one-teraflop barrier
AMD launches 16-core chips for cloudy goodness
The 16-core chips should benefit cloud users looking for scalability and efficiency.
HP to attack datacentre market with ARM
ARM chips will be used in HP's new Redstone Server Development Platform.
BBX BlackBerry Server brings security ruckus for CIOs
Working with the new BlackBerry Server, BBX will secure enterprise data and provision enterprise apps without blocking consumer apps.
Oracle pushes emergency DDoS vulnerability patch
Ellison's firm pushes out a rare out-of-cycle patch to fix a DDoS vulnerability.
DeviceLock 7 review
Accidental or deliberate data leakage is now a major security headache for businesses. Dave Mitchell takes a look at DeviceLock 7 to see if it plugs t…
Kemp Technologies LoadMaster 3600 review
Kemp LoadMasters are affordable application delivery controllers for SMBs. Dave Mitchell takes an exclusive look at the new 3600 server load balancing…
Intel launches Xeon E3 family
The chipmaker unveils a new Xeon range aimed at low-powered microservers.
UPDATED: Kaspersky hit by cyber criminals?
The anti-virus specialists have reportedly been beaten at their own game.
Apache updates Tomcat web server
The open source web server gets a refresh with the latest release from them Apache Software Foundation.
DDoS attack turns servers into bots
A new distributed denial of service attack has been discovered that uses servers to distribute rather than PCs.
Flaw found in Apache Web Server
A new flaw discovered in Apache Web Server allows hackers to take control of system privileges, researchers claim.
Puppy Linux: Just for fun
Puppy Linux is something different, a tiny version of Linux that can be stored on a USB memory drive, will run in memory, and can be used for working …
Windows Server 2008 R2 review
Windows 7 may now be available at retail, but for larger businesses it will only come alive when used in conjunction with Windows Server 2008 R2. We t…
Microsoft IIS web server under attack from hackers
The company has said that exploit code targeting the flaw was ‘not responsibly disclosed’.
UPDATED: Hackers could take control of Microsoft's IIS
A flaw in IIS could allow the bad guys to come in and take control.
Apache web server hit by hack attack
The website of the popular open source web server has been hit by hackers.