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NickBown | 22.12.2018, 14:18
We have come across this issue as well, and don't seem to have found a way around it (the server is ...
NickBown | 20.12.2018, 18:40
Hi everyoneWe've got an RX2540 M1 which won't boot past the Fujitsu splash screen (which shows the i...
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November 30, 2018
When Tolkien's "Fellowship of the Ring" disbanded, its members set off towards the Grey Havens to board a ship that would take them way out west, to the so-called Blessed Realm where they would live on forever unforgotten. After fighting declining public and exhibitor interest with a string of ever-changing concepts for most of the past decade, Europe's big ICT expo – once a more-than-solid contender for Las Vegas's CES and Taipei's Computex – may not be remembered quite as fondly. Still, now that its operator Deutsche Messe AG has called off future shows at the Hanover fairground, many on the Old Continent may sense a faint glimmer of nostalgia.
 
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November 29, 2018
Three weeks ago they debuted at the Fujitsu Forum in Munich. Yesterday, they were the topic of this month's webcast. Today, the audio and presentation from yesterday's session can be accessed via FiOLA.
 
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November 27, 2018
Earlier this year, GPU market leader NVIDIA introduced NVIDIA Clara, an open platform for developers who strive to build and deploy medical imaging applications into hybrid computing environments to create intelligent instruments and automated healthcare workflows. The only thing still missing at that early stage was a proper SDK, which is now available for commercial use.
 
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November 21, 2018
Its ongoing proliferation notwithstanding, Windows 10 has often been criticized for its combination of software-as-a-service delivery model, relatively casual built-in privacy protections, and lack of preparedness to provide users with meaningful controls. The warnings prompted several authorities – among them Germany's Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik or BSI) – to take a closer look at the alleged issues. Yesterday, the researchers published part 1 of their findings.
 
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November 15, 2018
Yoshiaki Harada, Japan's Minister of the Environment, has accorded Fujitsu a 2018 Award for Global Warming Prevention Activity (Technology Development and Commercialization) for its FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY Liquid Immersion Cooling System, which provides data centers with a revolutionary method to significantly cut their energy consumption.
 
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November 13, 2018
In the runup to this year's Fujitsu Forum, our colleagues from the social media team made it a point to break down the event's complex subject matter – "Co-Creation for Success" – into easily digestible portions of information that illustrate where the journey towards digitalization is going to take us.
 
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November 09, 2018
With IoT and Industry 4.0 scenarios constantly evolving, it's all the more important for customers – especially those from the manufacturing sector – to close the 'communication gaps' that still exist between operational technology (e.g. machine tools) and ICT installations. The Fujitsu solutions presented in this webcast were designed to do just that.
 
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November 08, 2018
As always, the Fujitsu Forum 2018 was an event that introduced attendees to numerous innovations and firsts. One of these was Fujitsu Forum TV, a channel our social media team set up in order to live-stream the event in its entirety via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. However, watching a live show unfold can sometimes be a bit tricky, especially during regular workdays, which is why we're offering encore presentations of the most important lectures, presentations and interviews here at TechCommunity.
 
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October 31, 2018
Given the extensive media coverage of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and their miraculous capabilities that could help solve all earthly problems, it's somewhat surprising to find that the actual adoption rate isn't as big as you'd expect. The reason for that is pretty simple: Both AI and ML are fairly complicated technologies that typically require a lot of expert knowledge to be implemented correctly – knowledge most IT teams don't have at their command. Google's new framework AdaNet is supposed to solve this issue, or at least parts thereof.
 
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October 29, 2018
For anyone who saw Microsoft's (second) premature release of a Windows 10 functional update as the big bang in October's IT news, here's an even bigger one: Just yesterday, 107-year-old ICT icon announced it would acquire 25-year-old open source giant Red Hat at a price of $34 billion in cash.
 
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October 19, 2018
For almost two decades, the idea that a visually appealing, easy-to-use Linux distribution could leave a dent in a desktop environment dominated by Windows and macOS has been treated as a slightly delusional nerd fantasy – the type of aspiration even Linus Torvalds himself might chuckle about and then dismiss. The Ubuntu-based elementary OS, however, may in fact reinvigorate that debate, at least to some extent.
 
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October 15, 2018
Gloomy days ahead for those among us who still rely on RSS or Atom feeds to keep track of the daily news cycle: In version 64 of its Firefox browser, which is due out in the second week of December, Mozilla will remove the built-in functionality that enabled users to receive and read articles from channels they had subscribed to.
 
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October 11, 2018
Redmond's engineers seem to have localized the root cause for the flaw reported over the weekend: The problem has affected users who had enabled a feature known as "Known Folder Redirection" (KFR) in such a way that some files were retained in the original "old" folder location.
 
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October 09, 2018
The most recent release of its desktop OS, dubbed version 1809, is causing the company substantial headache: After its rollout to users on October 2 – which allegedly took place even though the build had not undergone review from registered Windows Insiders – numerous users complained that they lost a bunch of files during the update process.
 
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October 06, 2018
The San Jose-based networking giant kicked off the new month with a slew of repair suggestions covering all types of products, from ASA Software right through to various installments of Webex Center. According to the company's advisories, three fixes are rated as absolutely critical, while another ten are believed to be highly important; the remaining 26 get a medium rating. All fixes were published between Wednesday and Friday last week (October 3 through October 5).
 
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September 29, 2018
If data is the new oil, like many economists assert, then supercomputers like Summit, Tianhe-2A, Piz Daint and Fujitsu's own ABCI are the equivalent of petroleum refineries: Just like those were necessary to turn crude oil into gasoline or bitumen, supercomputers are a mandatory investment for organizations that wish to translate raw data into useful, human-decipherable information.
 
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September 27, 2018
Analysts at trusted market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) have published the latest results of their Worldwide Quarterly Converged Systems Tracker, covering the period between April and June 2018, with the central finding being that the overall market revenue grew by 9.9% compared to the same time span last year, to a total of US-$3.5 billion, The Q2 results basically underscore a wider trend that has shaped the infrastructure market for quite a while.
 
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September 26, 2018
A mere six months after version 10, Big Red's developers are now churning out the next incarnation of the cross-platform programming language. This time around, it's a long-term support (LTS) release that will receive premier support for at least 5 years and extended support until 2026.
 
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September 25, 2018
Along with ransomware, DDoS attacks are the equivalent of a medieval plague for today's data-and-network-dependent companies. And needless to say, they're all looking for protection against strikes that will not only reliably crash their sites and cause immediate financial loss, but – if occurring repeatedly – can also bludgeon their reputation and drive away customers over the medium term. But which service providers are powerful and trustworthy enough to shield their customers' networks and still stick with European data protection and privacy rules? Two new papers from Germany's Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) aim to help CIOs and their teams find the right partners.
 
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September 23, 2018
Researchers working for Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) have detected a security hole in Microsoft's Joint Engine Technology (JET) Database Engine that could enable attackers to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable Windows installations. Because there is no patch available yet, the researchers caution JET Engine users not to open files from unknown or untrusted sources.
 
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