Feature When it comes to choosing an internet provider, small is beautiful
Homegrown demand wanes for mobes, PCs and network products
A month's worth of activity in seven days? Good luck, says analyst
Yet another attempt to make Documentum sexy
It’s JAT – Just Another Tier
Dell analysis shows ZeroAccess botnet still slinging out
Amazon left smiles on investors' faces on Thursday following a fourth-quarter earnings report that trounced analysts' estimates.
Google's coffers swelled once again in the fourth quarter of its fiscal 2014, with revenues hitting $18.10bn, a 15.3 per cent year-on-year increase.
Web giant's best bits to fill VMware's online void
+Comment SEC filing didn't reveal how many were for the chop
Hundreds of workers at Citrix Systems are to be shown the door to counter nose-diving profit and boost the R&D pot.
+Comment Elliott Management, the activist investor with its hooks into EMC, appears to have settled on Informatica as its next likely target for shareholder gains glory.
Last year's contract win, that is. Profits are up, though
Samsung's phone business takes an even nastier dive
If there's one thing we all really need, it's another enterprise mail service, right Exchange?
Je suis Charlie? Je suis imbécile
CEO Rahim: 'we are moving with urgency'
Moniker re-emergence the final unravelling of a doomed deal
All it took was a reduction of 70%. Margin, what margin?
+Comment Rival Seagate being outsold by Milligan’s Mob
Extensions plan coming
Daisy Group to take UK ops, Oakley Capital the rest: tipsters
Oracle-Sun anniversary They said Java, MySQL and Solaris were all doomed
Oracle-Sun anniversary AWS and Salesforce match up to Ellison's hardware
Keylogger plugin built on source code known to come from spookhauses
New businesses are doing well, but cloudy cash comes in spurts
Oracle and its founder Larry Ellison are facing fresh calls from shareholders to change the company's high compensation structure for executives, and stop ignoring requests to communicate with directors.
+Comment Commodity server vendor Super Micro has reached a $2bn run rate with its latest quarter's results.
The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, has singled out technology companies as being among the worst offenders for tax avoidance.
Modus, a customer of all-flash array startup Nimbus Data, has failed to have Nimbus’ suit against it for breach of contract dismissed.
Big Blue's lost year
SO cosy and safe, mummy
European Commission still silent despite Ireland's plea
Claims that cloud will drive Oracle's future growth ring hollow
WD gros fromage: It wasn't $400m
Partnering up with XtremIO rival
- Bill Gates – I WISH I was like Zuck and spoke Chinese. Yep, I drink poo
- Spartan on Windows 7? Microsoft is 'watching demand'
- Horrifying iPhone sales bring Apple $18bn profit A QUARTER
- HMRC fails to plan for £10.4bn contract exit... because it's 'too risky'
- Oracle-Sun anniversary Five years of Sun software under Oracle: Were the critics right?
AWS and Salesforce match up to Ellison's hardware
Five years on, what did Larry's lot do to Sun's partner network?
But here's why we're (probably) not staring at a crash
Network intelligence - our secret weapon
Meet the man who accidentally created the smartwatch hype
No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly