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Surface Book nightmare: Microsoft won't fix 'Sleep of Death' bug

Hands-on How a weird system crash has plagued expensive lap-slabs for months
Addison Snell, 27 May 19:58

Tech spending in Europe is slowing, a fatter Tech Data belches

Don't disturb piggy at the trough, he's busy
Paul Kunert, 27 May 13:53

Flash. Arrrgh. Nimble sales down

Revenues decline Q-on-Q as late flash array entry takes toll
Chris Mellor, 27 May 13:22

The screeching of Violin Memory's parting strings is horrible

Revenues walk the falling walk again as CEO talks the turnaround talk – again
Chris Mellor, 27 May 12:55

Foxconn to slurp loss-making Smart Technologies for $200m

Interactive display firm latest to go Chinese
Paul Kunert, 27 May 12:33

Three UK cloudy firms promise CMA they'll be 'fairer' to customers

Market probe by regulator results in publicly slapped wrists

It's a Hull of a thing: Kcom takes a break from 8-year sales slide

Telecoms provider Kcom stemmed its declining revenue for the first time in eight years, reporting growth of 0.4 per cent to £349.2m for the full year 2015/16.

Are EU having a laugh? Europe passes hopeless cyber-commerce rules

Analysis The European Commission (EC) has approved a series of ecommerce rules designed to make Europe more competitive online.

Q. What do you call a sales-growing letdown? A. Pure Storage

All-flash box biz boosts sales, deepens losses, comes out swinging at analysts

Lenovo: Markets for our products 'will remain challenging'

Let them finish... 'for the short term'. But mostly chalks up loss to M&A costs
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Bank in the UK? Plans afoot to make YOU liable for bank fraud

Bank customers may be obliged to bear the bill for fraud against their accounts, under proposed changes mulled by banks, the UK government and GCHQ.
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Whitman deletes another chapter in HP history as CSC and ES borg

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman is dismantling another legacy bequeathed to her by a predecessor as she waves goodbye to Enterprise Services.

NetApp posts $8m loss as its pivot continues. Feeling comfy, George?

Solidfire buyout hits the books, but underlying revenues dipped
Chris Mellor, 26 May 11:48

It's been a breach-tastic year. And Sophos sales were good, apparently

But first public outing reveals slimmer wallet
John Leyden, 26 May 11:01

Hungry UK services slinger swallows hosting biz for £65m – sources

Deal done between Pulsant and Onyx, one less MSP ...
Paul Kunert, 26 May 09:24

Beleaguered 123-reg customers spot price hike

Price went up before mass deletion
Kat Hall, 26 May 08:19

HP Inc-eption: Our new 3D printers print themselves, says CEO

And with possible job cuts looming in 2017, how about money – can they print money?
Chris Williams, 26 May 08:00

Two weeks ago Salesforce had an outage. Now it's outsourced to AWS

International expansion to rely on Jeff B's cut price bit barns
Simon Sharwood, 26 May 07:40

Blighty's National Cyber Security Centre cyber-reveals cyber-blueprints

NCSC will address best practices and incident response
John Leyden, 26 May 07:02

Microsoft won't back down from Windows 10 nagware 'trick'

Redmond assumes closing nagware dialog means 'yes', says that's by design
Richard Chirgwin, 26 May 06:04

Hardware sizzles for HPE – and brings home the bacon

Whitman hails 'best quarter' since she grabbed CEO chair
Paul Kunert, 25 May 17:29

Craig Wilson just can't catch a break. Tries to leave HPE, finds self back again

Exec heads to CSC via Xchanging... arrives back at the Hotel California
Paul Kunert, 25 May 14:38

'Grey tech' broker DP Data Systems has gone titsup

Vowed to go clean rather than shut up shop. Shuts up shop
Paul Kunert, 25 May 10:28

Former Sun CEO Scott McNealy has data on 1/14th of humanity

He wants it for 1/7th, plus a proper thin client to access it with and for Silicon Valley to come up with some new ideas
Simon Sharwood, 25 May 05:02

HPE spins out enterprise services business into CSC

Breaking up is not hard to do
Simon Sharwood, 25 May 01:25

Trad software sales type looking for a break? Atlassian shrugs

Old world sales types unlikely to get a taste of young firms
Joe Fay, 24 May 16:34
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Google: 'Here to stay on business cloud... but a long way to go'

Google is “very serious” about enterprise cloud – according to Google’s head of enterprise cloud.
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Salesforce claims 'record' quarter record at Oracle and SAP's expense

Salesforce has claimed its “best ever” year opening - at the expense of Oracle and SAP - while committing a growing portion of its cloud to AWS.
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Dell Storage Centre: Following more than one of our series? Here's the remote

Dell says its Storage Center OS v7.0 adds deduplication and compression to make more efficient use of flash memory.

Crayon names former Di Data sales director as UK top dog

Microsoft enterprise licensing slinger and software asset management biz Crayon has finally filled the empty seat at the top of its UK organisation after grabbing former Di Data’s local sales director Richard Lockey.


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Frank Jennings

Two working parties, ministers galore... but data transfer law remains in limbo

Chris Evans

It does simplify the hardware setup, whatever it is
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Chris Mellor

Do something and stop faffing about in the bush league

Kat Hall

International system in general needs greater transparency
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Chris Mellor

IDC stats reveal who's who in the backup appliance bearpit


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Shouting match
Single market vs. rest of the world
Mostly it's financial crime. Here's what all the cool kids' terms mean in English
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Plenty of bumps in the 40-year road for Mac makers
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Game of Thrones
Keep your head, don't lose it