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Daniel Robinson is technology editor at V3, and has been working as a technology journalist for over two decades. Dan has served on a number of publications including PC Direct and enterprise news publication IT Week. Areas of coverage include desktops, laptops, smartphones, enterprise mobility, storage, networks, servers, microprocessors, virtualisation and cloud computing.

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Cloud computing

Microsoft and Equinix partner on private links between Azure and corporate cloud infrastructure

ExpressRoute delivers better quality link between Azure services and Equinix customers

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Apple releases AirPort firmware update to combat Heartbleed flaw

Update patches SSL/TLS on AirPort Extreme and AirPort Time Capsule base stations supporting 802.11ac

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Cisco launches Hadoop-based security tool to defend networks from cyber attacks

Managed Threat Defense uses Hadoop to apply predictive analytics to network traffic

Microsoft adds Basic pricing tier for websites to Azure cloud platform

New Basic tier cuts the hosting costs for smaller sites, plus development and testing scenarios

OpenOffice suite hits 100 million downloads

Open source application suite averaging at one million downloads per week since becoming an Apache project

Parallels and Red Hat Containers could take cloud to new heights

Recent developments show that clouds in future need to be more than just farms of virtual machines, argues V3 technical editor Dan Robinson

OpenStack Icehouse cloud platform adds database service, better support for Containers

Latest release of the cloud framework focuses on stability, but adds some new capabilities

Dell and Red Hat extend partnership in OpenStack cloud solutions

The two firms offer reference architecture for piloting and deploying cloud infrastructure

Canonical touts Ubuntu 14.04 LTS desktop as Windows XP replacement

Desktop release of Ubuntu 14.04 is secure and reliable, and should run on XP-capable hardware

Microsoft details Azure service for Internet of Things growth and big data push

Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service designed to securely connect, manage and capture machine-generated data

Microsoft offers £60 Office 365 Personal plan for PCs, Macs and tablets

Office 365 Personal gives individuals lower-cost access to Office across one PC or Mac, plus one tablet

Red Hat aims at DevOps with slimmed-down Enterprise Linux and Containers

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 will have an Atomic version for hosting application Containers

Nutanix adds multi-cluster management and distributed dedupe to NOS

Nutanix Operating System (NOS) 4.0 helps customers scale up

Microsoft: Upgrade to Windows 8.1 Update if you want security patches

Latest Windows 8.1 Update forms the new baseline for security fixes going forwards

Microsoft releases Windows Phone 8.1 to developers

Developers get their hands on the new platform, while users have to wait

Dropbox defends Condoleezza Rice appointment as customers fume

Firm tries to deflect criticism after appointing Condoleezza Rice to its board

Sony warns of overheating batteries in Vaio Fit laptops

Users of Vaio Fit 11A laptops advised to stop using them and contact Sony

Dropbox causes storm with Condoleezza Rice appointment

Protests grow over former US secretary of state having a leading role in a company that stores personal information

Microsoft boasts of EU endorsement for enterprise cloud privacy

Questions still remain over Patriot Act pressures, though

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