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LuigiF | 14.06.2017, 12:30
Quote from GGiner:Hi, have you try to get into BIOS setup and modify the main VGA used. To gain...
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June 20, 2017
For more than a decade, debates about new data center strategies for a hyper-connected world have centered on cloud computing and virtualization. Meanwhile, more and more organizations are trying to build on lessons learned and extend virtualization to other IT resources by setting up their own Software Defined Data Center (SDDC). However, the move is considered anything but easy because of myriad technical interdependencies, and so IT departments often shy away from these projects. For these potential customers, we developed PRIMEFLEX for VMware Cloud Foundation.
 
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June 19, 2017
As more and more computer networks turn out to be increasingly vulnerable to criminal attacks, businesses are looking for new and hopefully effective methods to keep out the bad guys – for example, by replacing password-based access control with biometric authentication. PalmSecure™ ID Login is the latest in a growing set of security tools from Fujitsu that help customers build the digital equivalent of a moat.
 
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June 17, 2017
Our TechCommunity week took off to a good start on Monday with a WebTalk that was attended by participants from roughly 30 channel partners and ended in a lively Q & A. As per usual, we are documenting the event in full for you to download, recapitulate, and share with your colleagues.
 
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June 22, 2017
HPC enthusiasts on both sides of the Atlantic may not enjoy hearing this, but their renowned biannual ranking of the world's most powerful scientific computer systems sometimes suffers from the same key symptom that makes many soap operas so hard to digest: predictability. Once a supercomputer has conquered a spot among the 10 or 20 fastest number crunchers, it usually retains that position for years – much like Larry Hagman and Patrick Duffy did in "Dallas." The TOP500's latest edition (no. 49) seems to adhere to the same rule, but eventually provides a little more entertainment value.
 
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May 29, 2017
Retro is the new modern: a Russian programmer recently spotted a bug in NTFS 3.1, the file system that's been employed to 'keep together' all Microsoft operating systems since the days of Windows XP. As it happens, this bug can be used to tamper with computers running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 as well as the occasional age-defying Vista machine.
 
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May 28, 2017
Along with its huge positive impact, the 'digital revolution' has also produced a number of less desirable side effects. One of these is an increasing lack of privacy that's often induced by all too talkative data transfer protocols. The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has now issued a recommendation (RFC 8165, published under the ISSN 2070-1721) that's supposed to remediate these shortcomings.
 
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May 27, 2017
Romanian security outfit Bitdefender has introduced a fresh piece of software that promises to protect virtualized environments against so-called root level attacks, i.e. attacks that aim to bypass conventional security mechanisms, which typically shield VMs and guest OS's, but not the hypervisor they run on.
 
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May 05, 2017
For the third consecutive year, Fujitsu is recognizing channel partners who have delivered outstanding value for customers through digital transformation projects. The contest is open to more than 16,000 members of our global SELECT Partner program and get to pick those of their peers who should be officially rewarded for their accomplishments.
 
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April 30, 2017
One of the most interesting features in Windows Server 2016 Datacenter is Storage Spaces Direct (S2D): The technology enables admins to pool the local storage capacities of multiple servers in order to provide an underlying, unified layer for a server cluster. It thus helps companies to set up and manage resilient, cost-effective hyper-converged infrastructures (HCI) and may at some point be used to build entirely software-defined data centers. The problem is that even with S2D on board, deploying HCI can turn out to be quite a challenge. That's where our latest PRIMEFLEX solution comes into play.
 
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April 26, 2017
South Korean memory specialist SK Hynix, whose products power hardware from Asus, Dell and IBM among others, claims to have a new 27 nm, 8 gigabit graphics chip ready for production that will start shipping in volumes early next year.
 
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April 19, 2017
After 20 eventful seasons, the world's biggest chip manufacturer has decided to not only cancel their Beijing show in spring, but also its San Francisco counterpart that had been scheduled for August this year. This is more than a temporary pause – the IDF is now a thing of the past.
 
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April 18, 2017
Last August, Shad Larsen – Microsoft's Director of Windows Business Planning – felt an urge to clarify the set of rules that would define Redmond's future approach to upgrading installations of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 on 6th-generation Intel® Core™ and later processors. In a very clear-cut contribution to the official Windows blog, he explained that, while sticking with the obligations laid out in its Windows lifecycle fact sheet for Skylake-based devices, the company would reserve the right to no longer support the 'old' OS versions on then still upcoming 7th-generation chips from Intel or AMD.
 
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April 11, 2017
Focus on Digital Transformation: Fujitsu makes new areas of its portfolio available to channel partners, starts a new training and certification program to foster competencies regarding Big Data and IoT, and adjusts rebate structure to encourage partners to invest in developing business area expertise.
 
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April 06, 2017
At 6:00 AM PST yesterday, Yusuf Mehdi – Microsoft's Corporate VP for the Windows and Devices Group – finally confirmed speculations that had been hovering around the 'net for weeks: the next feature upgrade for Windows 10 will be distributed to users worldwide from the second Tuesday in April onward, a date that happens to coincide with the regular patch day.
 
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March 17, 2017
After a 123-month run, Microsoft will officially pull the plug on any Windows Vista installations that may still exist on April 11, 2017. Users who are still running the ancient OS should switch to a more recent version.
 
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March 15, 2017
VMware Labs have issued a new tool that helps admins to better monitor, analyze and understand virtual machines' storage I/O behavior. Data obtained from this tool can then be used to improve capacity planning and performance tuning.
 
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February 28, 2017
Back in December, we reported that Oracle developers had published a roadmap that gave an overview of the new features contained in the upcoming version of Java EE and said the framework was due out in "late 2017." More recent leaks from the community now suggest that "late" might mean early in the second half of the year.
 
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February 28, 2017
Fans of Athlon and Phenom CPUs as well as users with limited budgets had long waited for this day: last week, AMD chief Lisa Su finally introduced the company's new flagship product, the Ryzen™ 7 desktop processor. Targeted at gamers and content creators, the new eight-core model will be available in three editions, arrive in stores on March 2 – and sell for less than half the price of comparable Intel gear.
 
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February 18, 2017
As the digital transformation of our economy and society is gaining ever more momentum, more and more IT-savvy criminals are trying to exploit the weaknesses and shortcomings of yet-to-be-established technologies. Oftentimes with success: 'highlights' from last year include the successful October 21 DDoS attack on DynDNS, a service that maps domain names to IP addresses, which was launched over a gigantic IoT botnet and caused long-lasting outages of popular services and web sites like Airbnb, GitHub, PayPal, and Twitter. Other felons extorted tens of thousands of dollars from hospitals whose computer systems they had previously contaminated with ransomware.
 
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February 15, 2017
Security incidents are never easy to deal with, but time and again unskilled assailants have been known to leave traces on hacked computers that enable CISOs and IT teams to protect their networks against further onslaughts – and, occasionally, to strike back. These traces typically take on the form of files that show up on a hard drive, but definitely don't belong there. However, meanwhile vicious criminals have figured out several methods to circumvent regular detection mechanisms. One of these methods is the so-called fileless attack.
 
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