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Speaking in Tech: Tomorrow's infosec fiasco is a 'we're not a company any more' fiasco

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Amy Lewis, Eddie Saipetch and Dom Delfino, the go-to-market team lead for Software Defined Data Center at VMware, stir it up in this week's nerdcast. The trio discuss the edge of cloud, HBO, WannaCry and more. The details… (0:00) Dinner with Greg Knieriemen (2:42) …
Team Register, 16 Aug 2017

Heavy sleeper? Put your god-given talent to work and raise some cash

If you always sleep like a log, we’ve got just the thing for you - do some good by spending the night roughing it on the streets with a bunch of your industry compatriots in October, and raise a bunch of cash for vulnerable children into the bargain. Why would we want to force our loyal readers onto the streets? Because The …
Team Register, 15 Aug 2017

Is your corporate inbox smelling a bit 'phishy' these days?

Study Phishing is the attempt to obtain personal, private, or commercially sensitive information or funds by impersonating a trustworthy source. Fraudsters commonly use email to quarry their pray, but messaging apps, social media, fake websites, and phone calls are frequently used too. Consumer phishing attacks still outnumber those …
Team Register, 14 Aug 2017
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Speaking in Tech: Do I need some weird thing listening to me in my house all the time?

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Amy Lewis, Ed Saipetch and Greg Knieriemen are all together this week on the nerdcast to discuss resting and vesting in the valley, Black Hat in Vegas, VMworld and IoT accidents. The details… (0:00) Coastal podcast wars (2:30) IoT accident (4:30) The failure of Google …
Team Register, 09 Aug 2017

Speaking in Tech: The net neutrality hearing? I'm, uh, washing my hair

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week, Ed and Melissa are joined by Lauren Malhoit, co-host of TechWiseTV. Together they dive into Black Hat phone prep, Meg Whitman's departure from HP Inc, net neutrality and Russian robots that swipe right or kill you. The details... (0:00) Lauren puts Greg in the …
Team Register, 02 Aug 2017

MCubed: Early bird tickets offer ends on Monday

Let’s make this quick. The early bird ticket offer for MCubed, our three-day extravaganza of machine learning, AI and analytics, will evaporate Monday evening, giving you just a few days to save hundreds of pounds on tickets for the conference and our deep dive workshops. We’ve built this conference explicitly for people who …
Team Register, 28 Jul 2017
Kate Devlin Register Lecture

Think you could deliver a Register lecture? Tell us why

We’re planning an ambitious series of Register lectures for next year, and we want to hear from you if you think you’ve got what it takes to fascinate and amaze our audience...or simply know someone who does. Over the last few years we’ve had a series of brilliant speakers covering everything from the rise of sex robots, new …
Team Register, 27 Jul 2017

Speaking in Tech: Lobbying – how sh*t gets done in America

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Amy Lewis, Ed Saipetch, Peter Smallbone and Greg Knieriemen are all together this week on the nerdcast to discuss UK internet problems, the year of VDI... again, tech lobbying and drones. The details… (0:00) Amy's new gig (5:32) Mac-n-Cheese in Tokyo (9:41) Tile …
Team Register, 26 Jul 2017
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Bone-up on machine learning and AI and enjoy your hols

If you want to get on top of machine learning and learn how AI is leaping from the lab to the world of businesses, you could buy "something" for Dummies at the airport en route to the beach... Or you could save a few hundred quid by buying an early bird ticket for MCubed, our three day exploration of ML and AI in business, in …
Team Register, 25 Jul 2017

Vodafone reports sliding revenues but customers don't hate them as much

Vodafone's UK reputation is improving thanks to network improvements, the company said, pointing to a higher net promoter score as it revealed its results today. Vodafone phased out its low-end brand Talkmobile during this period. It claims a better network (with just 0.49 per cent of calls dropped) and better 4G coverage …
Team Register, 21 Jul 2017

Speaking in Tech: We NEED to do a [insert buzzword] project!

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week Amy is joined by Ed and Melissa with special guest Michael Coté, director of technical marketing at Pivotal. Together they discuss IoT's turn to stink, more douchebags, AI takeovers, the rise of the content providers and zombies. The details... (00:00) Digital …
Team Register, 19 Jul 2017
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Machine learning, Javascript and search? We’ve expanded our agenda

Events Early bird tickets for MCubed disappear in under two weeks, so you should act now if you want to get up to speed on how to use machine learning and AI in real business, and save hundreds into the bargain. And with two more workshops added to the lineup, there’s even more reason to join us for the full three days in October. …
Team Register, 18 Jul 2017
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Continuous Lifecycle 2018 call for papers is open NOW

Continuous Lifecycle will be back in London next May, and we want to ensure we have an up to minute, real world agenda by putting your experiences implementing DevOps, Containers, CD and Automation at the heart of the programme. The call for papers is open now, and we’re looking for proposals for conference presentations and …
Team Register, 13 Jul 2017
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Speaking in Tech: What is a Windows 10 licence worth these days?

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Melissa Gurney is steering the nerdcast this week with co-hosts Ed Saipetch and Peter Smallbone to discuss Microsoft news, iPhone hacks and the shelf life of Kubernetes. The details… (0:00) Sky’s “instant” messenger support (5:55) Ring Floodlight, Android tablets, car …
Team Register, 12 Jul 2017
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Putting the machines to work for you might be easier than you think...

Event The agenda for MCubed is complete, with almost 40 of the smartest brains in machine learning and AI due in London in October to not just talk about the technology, but to show how to use it in real world organisations. And you won’t need to overtax your traditional non-silicon brain to realise that you have less than a month …
Team Register, 06 Jul 2017
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Speaking in Tech: Rock your body now, Java's back...All Right!

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise Ed, Amy and Greg are back together for this week's uber-nerd podcast with special guest Richard Seroter, senior director of product at Pivotal, to talk about bad actors in tech, destructive malware and developer productivity with obscure programming languages. The details …
Team Register, 05 Jul 2017

El Reg partners with Action for Children to give IT industry an uncomfortable night

We’re pleased as punch to announce that The Register is the official media partner for Byte Night, the annual sleepout fundraiser for Action for Children, the UK charity which has been caring and sticking up for vulnerable young people for 150 years. So, over the next few months you can expect regular exhortations to pull your …
Team Register, 05 Jul 2017

Speaking in Tech: Yes, they advised me to turn my phone off...

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week in our tech-news talk-fest, Peter Smallbone steers the ship with Ed Saipetch and special guest Ben Kepes, business leader, evangelist, entrepreneur and commentator. This week the trio discuss Ben’s adventures without a passport, OpenStack woes, AWS and Walmart …
Team Register, 28 Jun 2017
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Putting AI to work in finance? Think algorithms, ethics first

Events Ethics, algorithms and finance are all key areas for machine learning and AI, which is why we’re chuffed to announce three more excellent speakers who will be joining us at MCubed London in October. Dr Catherine Flick, of De Montfort University, will be talking ethics and morals, and while she doesn’t promise “any easy answers …
Team Register, 22 Jun 2017
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Speaking in Tech: IT's a GaaS with Trump at top

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week Amy and Melissa are joined by special guest Sarah Vela (@orchid8), senior digital communications manager at Forcepoint (@forcepointsec). They discuss new jobs, Trumping government in the cloud, buying Whole Foods with Alexa, pizza on Mars, AirBnB's shifting …
Team Register, 21 Jun 2017
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Reg Radicals lecture encompasses far right, libertarians, and mushrooms...

Reg Lectures If the recent election’s clash of centre right and a bit left leaves you cold, perhaps the prospect of libertarians versus transhumanists might make you sit up and take notice. Those were just two of the alternatives Jamie Bartlett highlighted in his Register Lecture, covering his latest book, Radicals, which details two years …
Team Register, 21 Jun 2017

Putting (machine) learning and (artificial) intelligence to work

MCubed Blue sky thinking is great, but if you’re interested in what machine learning and AI means for your business right now, you should really join us at MCubed London in October. If you’re just beginning to examine what machine learning, AI and advanced analytics can do for your organisation - or your competitors’ - we’ll be …
Team Register, 19 Jun 2017
We'll get our coats.

Speaking in Tech: Googlers don't like googling. It's a fool's gerund*

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week, Amy and Melissa are joined by special guest Terrence Ryan, developer advocate for Google Cloud Platform. They discuss parliamentary plots, Uber's continued descent into creepy, a new Xbox and IBM's giant cloud deal. 0:00: Bronto ribs 1:09: Terrence Ryan says …
Team Register, 14 Jun 2017
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Mcubed: More speakers join machine learning and AI extravaganza

The speaker lineup for Mcubed – our three-day dive into machine learning, AI and advanced analytics – is virtually complete, meaning now would be a really good time to snap up a cut-price early-bird ticket. Latest additions include Expero Inc's Steve Purves, who'll be discussing graph representations in machine learning, while …
Team Register, 09 Jun 2017
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Speaking in Tech: Blame millennials for customer engagement upheaval

Podcast speaking_in_tech Greg Knieriemen podcast enterprise This week Greg returns to our weekly tech-cast with Amy and Melissa, and special guest Michel Feaster, co-founder and CEO at Usermind. The crew talks about CRM evolving, startup life, tech backlash and Apple announcements. The details... (0:00) Dropping F-bombs and …
Team Register, 08 Jun 2017

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