GitHub had another outage this afternoon. This is getting old. How can GitHub be taken seriously in the enterprise with these kinds of outages?
GitHub started showing exceptions at 3:14 PST. By 3:20, GitHub announced on its status page that a database spike caused the service to have a major outage.
It makes no difference if GitHub for Enterprise runs on-premise.
Remember 2005 when the name TiVo meant something? It was a synonymous with DVRs. Crappy Comcast boxes were called TiVos because consumers didn’t know any better. TiVo subscribers were locked into the TiVo lifestyle by a sort of Stockholm syndrome, fulling willing to pay the huge retail cost of a TiVo and a relatively high monthly fee to use the system.
Networking giant Cisco yesterday announced a number of major structural changes which will see more than 6,500 jobs lost across the company, but at this stage say they can’t reveal how many Australian employees will be impacted.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: RegulationThe Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has tabled its annual report in the Australian Parliament. The key theme is what ACMA calls a “ major shift towards a better consumer experience in the telecommunications industry”.
Even as Tivo’s stock languishes and its patent battles play out, the world of social, TV and touch screens are continuing to collide, and it’s fair to say that most of the most interesting innovation is coming form Internet-based startups, not the TV world.
TiVo Inc. announced a new version of its Linux-based DVR/IP set-top box (STB) called the TiVo Premiere Q -- said to enable recording four streams at once while simultaneously transmitting three HD streams to other devices via a LAN. The company also announced its first non-DVR STB, the TiVo Preview, which can be used as a thin client multi-room extension for other TiVo devices....