World’s most costly botnets
One of the world's most costly and destructive botnets -- has returned from a four-month break.
Trade war fall out
The fallout from US President Donald [Prince of Orange] Trump’s ongoing trade war with China is beginning to hurt US technology suppliers selling into the Chinese market.
We thought only Huawei did that ?
While the US government bangs on about how Huawei gear is spying for the Chinese government, Cisco has agreed to pay $8.6 million to settle a claim that it sold video surveillance software it knew was vulnerable to hackers to hospitals, airports, schools, state governments and federal agencies.
Sorry, China - not you. It is Cisco
US Cisco networking giant Cisco patched a security vulnerability in some of its network switches that could take over IT equipment and spy on people.
Mooving ahead of the herd
While Britons mull Russian propaganda which claims 5G is a health risk, a herd of UK dairy cows have said “pull the udder one” and have moved ahead of the rest of the UK when it comes to 5G connectivity.
Intelligence. They've heard of it
In a remarkable escalation of the tech wars between the USA and China, a missive to Germany instructed the independent country not to use Huawei kit.
Software moves are paying off
Cisco beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly revenue and profit thanks to demand for its routers and switches as well as growth in newer areas of focus such as software.
Big and powerful team up
Networking gear outfit Cisco has teamed up with Amazon Web Services to offer software tools that would make it easier for Cisco’s customers to use Amazon’s data centres.
That is a nice router business you have there... it would be terrible if something happened to it
Amazon Web Services already dominates the market for cloud services and now it wants to take over Cisco's control of the $14 billion global market for data centre switche
But it is still making a killing
Cisco reported third quarter profit and revenue that beat the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street’s estimates on Wednesday, but shares fell four percent after bleak current quarter forecasts indicated that the transition to a software focused business was not happening yet.