A project to develop 50 introductory Drupal 8 training videos and make them available for free on YouTube has been fully funded on Kickstarter. The campaign was launched by OSTraining in April, a developer of online training on WordPress, Joomla and Drupal.

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A project to develop 50 introductory Drupal 8 training videos and make them available for free on YouTube has been fully funded on Kickstarter. The campaign was launched by OSTraining in April, a developer of online training on WordPress, Joomla and Drupal.

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Google Fiber subscribers have been receiving copyright infringement notices complete with automated piracy settlement offers, TorrentFreak reports. The notices are accompanied by warnings from Google that piracy violates its terms of service, and could ultimately result in service termination.

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Cloud adoption by UK government agencies is being slowed by continuing legacy spending, according to a report released this week by Eduserv. The government’s cloud first initiative would benefit from rules limiting product refreshes and service renewals, and clearer incentives for cloud adoption, the company says.

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Cloud adoption by UK government agencies is being slowed by continuing legacy spending, according to a report released this week by Eduserv. The government’s cloud first initiative would benefit from rules limiting product refreshes and service renewals, and clearer incentives for cloud adoption, the company says.

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Attackers used a SQL injection attack on April 3rd to upload malicious code to Pacnet servers. According to a press call on Wednesday, Australia-based Telstra was made aware of the breach on April 16 after its acquisition of Pacnet was finalized. Telstra purchased Pacnet for $697 million to expand in…

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