Cloud hosting company Linode reported that a set of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks have caused service interruptions at DNS infrastructure and data center locations in the U.S. and the U.K. …read more
Source:: SC Magazine News
Dr Sue Black has an inspiring story which Siliconrepublic.com readers will be familiar with. Having left school at 16, she returned to education as a single mother aged 25, earning a degree in computing and a PhD in software engineering.
As well as an academic career, Black is a social entrepreneur and founder of Techmums, a programme teaching digital skills to mothers in local communities which recently celebrated its first batch of graduates from The Digital Hub.
Source:: Silicon Republic News
The BBC—bastion of British broadcasting, journalism, and whatever Top Gear was—is cleaning up today after someone spilled their soda down the back of the server. Or perhaps it was a DDoS—we don’t know and Aunty Beeb isn’t saying (aside from the BBC journalists quoting BBC “sources,” that is).
Good heavens. Pass the tea and crumpets.
There’s a good fellow. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers are in denial.
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This is an odd one, chaps. An anonymous BBC scribbler, writing on the BBC News website, quotes an anonymous BBC source—<a class="colorbox" title="read the …read more
Source:: Cloud Computing News (ComputerWorld)