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EMC coughs up the readies for cloud management software supplier

Virtusteam veritable IaaS gold mine for backers
Chris Mellor, 26 May 14:54

Private cloud has a serious image problem

‘AWS is to the era of cloud what Microsoft is to client/server’
Matt Asay, 26 May 13:05

Capita gobbles Berks-based mobility specialist Pervasive

One less biz for ex-Capita customers to buy from
Paul Kunert, 26 May 11:39

Told ya! Coms flogs telco arm to Timico in £2.5m deal

Board: Sale of loss-making arm draws line in sand with the past
Paul Kunert, 26 May 10:27

Will YOU be living in a cardboard box under the motorway in five years?

One in four will be out of business, predicts ball-starer Huawei
Kat Hall, 26 May 08:31

UK.gov confirms it's binned extended Windows XP support

Laggard agencies understand the risks and can cope, says GDS
Simon Sharwood, 26 May 07:29

Amazon sighs, may slip hands into trousers to pay some UK corp tax

The economy of Luxembourg is about to shrink by a few billion pounds, with Amazon bowing to UK pressure and announcing it'll book UK sales through its British branch.

Windows and OS X are malware, claims Richard Stallman

Linux GNU firebrand Richard Stallman says Windows and Apple's OS X are malware, Amazon is Orwellian, and anyone who trusts the internet-of-things is an ass.

HP: you know we said we were done with cost cutting...

Enterprise Services needs to find $2bn of savings, but s'ok, got 3 years to do it

BlackBerry: we ARE cutting jobs AGAIN

Biz fomerly known as RIM desperately seeking profits from device unit
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Salesforce snubbed Microsoft's $55bn biz gobble offer – report

Microsoft wanted to buy cloud giant Salesforce.com for $55bn, it is reported.
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Boring old Brocade just sits there making money. Damn them

Brocade's second quarter fiscal 2015 revenue was $547m, up two per cent year-on-year and down five per cent sequentially, as is Brocade's seasonal pattern. Net income was $77m, monstrously better than the $14m loss it announced a year ago.

Huawei peels back the covers in pursuit of partner love

Ok, so reseller recruitment was slow but we want to bed other partners too
Kat Hall, 22 May 15:32

£300m education tech framework is LIVE

No e-autions or fixed line broadband included, sorry
Paul Kunert, 22 May 13:17

Wanna buy a software reseller? Comparex big enough for you?

Owner of Microsoft licensing reselling giant hires investment banker
Paul Kunert, 22 May 12:38

HP storage revenues declining as the dithering continues

Comment Is a distracted Whitman twisting or sticking?
Chris Mellor, 22 May 10:35

UK data watchdog: Massive fines won't keep data safe

We should be able to use threats though
Jennifer Baker, 22 May 09:29

HP beats the street on earnings, misses on revenue in Q2

Things are ugly outside the Americas, new China deal might help
Simon Sharwood, 22 May 05:29

Big sales growth nothing to do with NSA fears - Huawei top brass

Chinese kit-maker has stolen Europe from the yanks
Kat Hall, 22 May 05:02

School's in for Chromebooks, Google's the top swot in class

ChromeOS getting 'em while they're young
Shaun Nichols, 22 May 00:39

NetApp's customers resisting Clustered ONTAP transition

Wake up and smell the declining revenues
Chris Mellor, 21 May 13:33

Imation CEO voted off board in proxy war bombshell

Activist investor Clinton Group sets up camp at far end of boardroom table
Chris Mellor, 21 May 12:03

Salesforce: Profit pah! We’ll be back in the red before you know it

SAP saps soon to be slapped
Paul Kunert, 21 May 11:49

Post-PC era? Surely you're joking, says Lenovo as computers fly out of door

Profits down following acquisitions, though
Paul Kunert, 21 May 10:26

Daisy Group offers to gobble Phoenix IT Group for £133m

Due diligence done, talks at 'advanced stage'
Paul Kunert, 21 May 08:39

HP looks set to ditch 3Com-spawn H3C Tech

Tsinghua Unigroup to scoop remnants of once-mighty Ethernet pioneer
Richard Chirgwin, 21 May 04:04
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EMC UK channel overlord Poole exits role but not company

Ten months into Russell Poole’s chairmanship of EMC’s Brit channel and he trekking into Europe to take on a more lofty role in the organisation.
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NHS Scotland to refresh creaking, 25-year-old apps

NHS Scotland is dragging its big iron software into the 21st century by putting out a call for suppliers to replace some very dusty applications, which in some cases are a quarter of a century old.
Files in manager's desk drawers: manila folder marked "Redundancies". Image via shutterstock

Unite: CSC using staffers' profitability to shape the future

The Unite union reckons some of CSC’s highest-paid Brit staff could be headed for the chopping block in the company's latest job purge, as it enters consultation with local management.
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It's the end of life as we know it for Windows Server 2003

Windows Server 2003 will pass out of Microsoft support on July 14, 2015. Different organisations report different numbers, but all agree that there are millions of Server 2003 servers still running in the wild.

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Alexandre Mesguich

Change is order of day as tech giants shift strategy gears
Partnership

Frank Jennings

Confused? No problem, we have 5, no 6, no 7... lots of standards

Chris Mellor

VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper

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‘AWS is to the era of cloud what Microsoft is to client/server’
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Potential deleterious effects more like a snakebite* than a snake bite
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