Looks past pesky shareholders to joyful Ellison marriage
Severs ties after Quadsys Five hacking case concludes
'Spotlight' on the money in a post-cloud-hype world
MicroProfile play targets the Eclipse Foundation
How's that plan to break with monopoly suppliers going?
Not just Europeans who'll consume Cloud 28+
Life is to get a lot more expensive for Microsoft customers from the start of next year with currency linked, double-digit price hikes looming for cloud and on-premise software.
Comment Violin Memory’s stock is slowmo crashing, and is now down to $0.35; it was $0.65 on October 11.
Networks also need to grab a mirror and look at themselves
Why not run two versions of services and turn on the bad one once budgets run low?
Gartner has published a distributed file systems and object storage magic quadrant with the top three suppliers being Dell EMC, followed by IBM and Scality.
Cloud-flinger Mirantis has signed up global telco giant NTT as its first data centre service provider partner.
Comment Check the Org chart, will you
No, not the whole country, just the whole country operation
'Hurrah for the Euro and our services biz in Germany' cheers reseller titan
Firm's sure to use its sports lure to bring in the punters
Zen biz's only hope is to avoid Chipzilla's wrath, it seems
It's the cloud economy, stupid
It's not the boardroom that needs a change, it's the classroom
Chipzilla market share WAS overstated, claims Advocate General
Comment Fast follower meets fast reacter
We're the 'perennial price leader' in cloud. See that, AWS? We said it
Doesn't seem to've killed its appetite for acquisition
Former channel czar John Ansell is about to leave the building
Comment What do you do? Use manual typwriters or live in a Scottish croft? Our man advises
UK employees of multinational Honeywell are considering strike action over the closure of their final salary pension scheme.
Former UK Business Secretary Vince Cable has said Theresa May blocked plans to bring in Indian immigrants in the area of IT, claiming the former Home Secretary was "obsessed with immigration".
The deal restoring the independence of the entity formerly known as Dell Software is expected to close in early November, which is when The Register understands things are going to get very interesting for customers and staff alike.
The United States Department of Justice has asked the nation's Second Circuit Court of Appeals to re-open its three-year-old case attempt to have Microsoft hand over e-mails stored on servers in the Republic of Ireland.
What do you do? Use manual typwriters or live in a Scottish croft? Our man advises
Plans for 2 million FTTP connections in next four years 'not enough'
Win some, you lose some: profit up, revenue down
Thousands of layoffs announced as spinning rust enters its death spiral
In the meantime, of course, the data must flow
- Microsoft: We're hiking UK cloud prices 22%. Stop whining – it's the Brexit
- Thanks, IoT vendors: your slack attitude will get regulators moving
- AWS budget tool update gives suits the control they crave
- Cabinet Office gears up to ink mega Oracle deal
- Government Digital Service under review after rural payments cockup
Education, not immigration, is UK’s dangerous burden
One reselling man tells his tale of woe
The trouble doesn't stop here. It starts here
New light on licensing plans
Best locker-room strategy: Avoid emulating AWS directly