Storagebod Samba implementation? Time to get some devs on the job
... And everywhere else too
Analysis 12.9-inch iPad to reverse tablet slowdown?
Diagram key to array success?
Bluetooth firms suggest a pairing, but it's not going smoothly
EC moves to shift status quo at Internet Governance Forum
The time around VMworld - which runs from 25 to 28 August in San Francisco – saw a frenetic pace of announcements which were obliterated from the main news radar screens by things like VMware’s EVO: RAIL. Here’a catch-up list of many of them.
European banks are in a "holding pattern" when it comes to integrating the latest technology into their core banking systems, with the majority only carrying out modernisation initiatives when necessary rather than with a view towards long-term transformation, according to a new survey.
Says BT is the root of the problem
Think those are cool? Wait till you get a load of our racks
+Comment Violin CEO Kevin DeNuccio has cut the flash array shipper's losses to a fraction of what they were in their previous results, and grown revenue over the previous quarter. It’s still lower than a year ago, but a landmark for all that. Violin is no longer on the road to perdition.
Review Seldom has a device been so reviled and praised at the same time. But is Google Glass the future of wearable connectivity or simply the toy of the self-appointed tech elite?
Statoil, the gas giant behind the Scandie social miracle, targeted
Watch out, cash burn is increasing
+Comment Adds VM storage capabilities
'We couldn’t be happier with how we’ve done'
Noo! Hand not big enough! Don't look at meee!
Michael Tobin 'makes way for next stage of development'
Usual suspects struggling to create competing products
Plus: New hyperconverged box adds grunt...
VMworld 2014 Putting the hype in hyper-converged
Slideware side blow to Apple, too
Storage gear joins XTremIO, DSSD and ViPR
Seagate silent sickness strikes
Want more? You'll have to wait for IFA
Data gulping disk drive
Object storage supplier Exablox has provided a file interface to its OneBlox object store, which is basically a Drobo-style BYOD store - Bring Your Own Disks.
Startup Code42 offers data protection with file sync 'n' share. Both its customer count and channel partner numbers are booming - yet it needs to recruit another 300 partners by the end of the year.
Traditionally HP Software was seen by many of its business partners on the hardware side of the house – and by default some of their customers – as a fragmented portfolio of specialist applications amassed via acquisition.
US regulators have given the thumbs-up to IBM's sale of its x86-based System x server business to China's Lenovo, Big Blue announced on Friday.
Pressure to perform for stock market bearing down on disties
Anything that simple to use has got to be complex to set up
Channel firms should choose vendor weapons wisely
This time, Larry's Oracle is going after the networking giants
The Internet of Stuff is a HUGE LIABILITY
Bezos behemoth is tottering at the top
- HUGE iPAD? Maybe. HUGE ADVERTS? That's for SURE
- Tim Cook: I'm NOT worried about CRAP iPad sales. It's just a 'speedbump'
- Too slow with that iPhone refresh, Apple: Android is GOBBLING up US mobile market
- HP busts out new ProLiant Gen9 servers
- Loss of unencrypted back-up disk costs UK prisons ministry £180K
No email? No CRM? No Daily Mail iPad edition? You need a plan
Sinofsky's hybrid strategy looks dafter than ever
Failure to crack next-gen semiconductors threatens to set back humanity
SMEs get lip service - what they need is dinner at the Club
Vorsprung durch grossendatatechnik, as we like to say in Germany
Big Blue exec tells El Reg what to keep an eye on