Server flasher leaps in to fulfil need for SQL speed
It's not just for Dell's own servers, says marketer
Redmond also brings Office into Google's back yard
Big Red's cloud is safe and Oracle Linux 6 has been patched, but Java has some issues
Platform looks to slim down security protections in virtual instances
Billionaire IT baron earns twice as much as the next in line, Disney chief Bob Iger
Dell has extended its Compellent array's automated data tiering to place hot data in connected server's PCIe flash caches, nearly doubling database access speed, increasing user counts 6 X and lowering per user costs by 70 per cent.
Red Hat has created a "software marketplace" to help it cut the steps it takes for admins to layer third-party applications on top of its OpenShift platform-as-a-service.
900 social insurance numbers nicked, says revenue watchman
Storage reseller report reveals who's selling what
Cybercriminals have already seized upon the end of support for Windows XP as a theme for numerous scams and fake software updates.
A series of customer service blunders by Misco ended with the box-flinging dealer branding a customer "insane".
There's plenty of good money to be made if you stay out of the PC market
Don't expect much of that to make its way into US coffers anytime soon
The perils of having Panasonic as a partner
Slashed budgets will affect IP enforcement, moans FAST
'We haven't seen the traction we expected'
For customers and channel partners
VMware, Symantec and Citrix are digging, Microsoft and Salesforce are relaxing
Analysis Bit-flipping retail mogul seems hybrid of Ford and Rockefeller
Yes / maybe / no (delete as required)
Updated 'We are not going to go up against WhatsApp'
Cupertino golden with laptop-like-tablet, insists analyst
Also: Google announces services' Heartbleed status
'SDN useless if it takes ten PhDs to operate'
WD has issued an update to its My Cloud, My Book Live and Mionet outage, saying Mionet customers may still be facing problems. The root cause is still not understood.
AMD European channel director Andrew Buxton is planning to grow old disgracefully after retiring from the CPU and GPU maker.
Cybercrooks are upping the ante by loading malware as an attachment inside another attachment in a bid to slip past security defences.
The end of support for XP on Tuesday doesn't only mean increased risk from hackers exploiting vulnerabilities that will never be patched. It also creates a heightened data protection risk to businesses, the UK's data privacy watchdog has warned.
CEO becomes chairman after ex-CEO retires
Drives nails forged with Red Hat iron into VCE's coffin
Enormo security firm needs to get serious about acquisitions
Digital Agenda Commish - do we really need one?
- Heartbleed vuln under ACTIVE ATTACK as hackers map soft spots
- Apple has THREE TIMES as much cash as US govt, TWICE the UK
- Updated BlackBerry not afraid to throw its mobe biz under a bus, says CEO Chen
- Cisco reps flog Whiptail's Invicta arrays against EMC and Pure
- Bad PUPPY: Undead Windows XP deposits fresh scamware on lawn
Plus: Taskbars, right-click menus, apps set free
Chopping down the phone tree to scrump low-hanging fruit
Big Blue's big $5bn bet adjusted, modified, reduced, back for more
Redmond needs to discover the mathematics of trust
We drill into what's causing seismic shifts in the networking world
Successes? Oh, we've had a few...