After an unexplained fire destroyed one of its data centres in Strasbourg, France last week, hosting provider OVHcloud’s founder says it’s time to shake up how backup services are delivered.
Hashtag Trending, March 19, 2021 – U.S. Telemarketers under fire; Starlink in Canada; Labour board sides with Amazon workers
Telemarketers in the U.S. are in the hot seat after a massive fine, that chatter about Starlink in Canada grows, and the U.S. National Labour Relations Board sides with Amazon workers.
Intel launched its 11th Gen Rocket Lake-S desktop processors, the gap product between Comet Lake-S and the upcoming Alder Lake-S, on March 16. Here’s what’s new with Intel’s latest processor.
After launching last year to compete with VMware’s Kubernetes platform Tanzu and Red Hat’s OpenShift offerings, HPE Ezmeral received important updates this week.
Hashtag Trending, March 18, 2021 – Clubhouse knockoffs; Car location data for the U.S. military; Eight-hour workdays
Chinese firms are rushing to launch their own versions of Clubhouse, one spy firm wants to sell your car location data to the U.S. military, and the eight-hour workday is up for debate.
Hashtag Trending, March 17, 2021 – DuckDuckGo calls out competitors; Building a new web browser; Rogers-Shaw deal follow up
DuckDuckGo uses privacy labels to call out Google, a small company says it’s building a web browser from scratch, and the potential consequences of the Rogers and Shaw mega-merger are discussed online.
Dell Technologies officially announced a refresh of their Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio
The r/MSP community is inching towards the 100,000-member milestone. This week, there were some interesting conversations rising to the top of the subreddit.
Hashtag Trending, March 16, 2021 – Rogers’ $26B bid for Shaw; Head offices disappearing in Calgary; Tinder’s background checks
Rogers signs an agreement to purchase Shaw Communications for $26 billion, the office vacancy rate in Calgary becomes a concerning trend, and dating apps look into background checks.
Microsoft is investigating whether a hacker got hold of confidential research on the recently-discovered Exchange Server vulnerabilities through at least one of its security partners.
Time to iron out your short game because the Annual Canadian Computer Charity Golf Classic is making a return this fall.
Hashtag Trending, March 15, 2021 – Amazon says no to Pickering and appeals orders to close a Brampton warehouse; Google accused of tracking users in ‘Incognito’ mode
Amazon says no to a Pickering warehouse opening while appealing orders to close a Brampton location due to a COVID-19 outbreak, and Google is accused of tracking users in ‘Incognito’ mode
Threat actors are exploiting the Microsoft Exchange Server vulnerabilities by installing a new ransomware strain on unprotected servers.
Hashtag Trending, March 12, 2021 – NFT fever; Uber proposes new labour model; Fire destroys French data centres, knocks out millions of websites
NFTs are making people go wild, we try and find out why, Uber is asking Canadian provinces to change labour laws, and a fire destroys data centres in France and knocks out millions of websites.
Procrastinators will be thrilled to hear that today is the deadline – the absolute deadline – for…