When you run a cloud, everything looks like it's approaching boiling point
SCSI dev claims virty giant has 'no intention' of honoring terms of the GPL
HP and Dell reaped the benefit
Dutch biz points to 'challenges' experienced last year
Steve Francis wants to get down now his bottom line is up
Pitting 90s technology against modern hackers is ‘no contest’
Symantec is to operate as two separate storage and security organisations from April Fool’s Day, as the deadly serious game of long-term survival begins in earnest.
Cisco wants to keep it in the family: since the Internet of Things is going to be a source of lots of data, it's signed reseller agreements with Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR.
Container wrangler adding staff to tackle top issues
Soz ex-staffers, we want people who can smarten up Watson-as-a-cloud
Hewlett-Packard is gunning for Amazon's corporate cloud business, with fully backed Windows Server on its cloud.
G-Cloud can help public sector buyers dodge the bureaucracy of a European tender process – but there is no centralised coalition-led push to get more agencies and departments using it.
Job security in tech? Maybe try another industry
Brothers get five and six years of stripey suntan time
Cloud OS at the bottom, server in the middle and a dedicated client on top
Vendors did the server jig and more cash poured from the clouds (oh and hyperscale)
Support for Amazon-lookalike clouds is back in HP's IaaS
Microsoft founder back on Forbes rich list
Judge seems happy with $415m offer
Virtzilla fears deep-pocketed rivals beating it into new and cloudy markets
Firm alleges investors didn't realize Big Blue would need to PAY to have its chips hauled off
If you can't build virtualised networks like everyone else at MWC, buy 'em
Report suggests Lenovo can be bought for peanuts as Mozilla kills dirty cert
No, this is not a joke...
Biggest buy since Autonomy
Firm that makes machines that make chips makes statement
IBM is betting billions that it can claw its way back to growth by focusing on what it calls its "strategic imperatives," including cloud, data analytics, mobility, social networking, and security.
A double-digit sales crash in the carrier voice division led top-line declines at Colt in 2014, as a series of one-off costs – including a major restructuring programme – downed profit.
A financial planning manager at the outsourcer formerly known as Logica has today pleaded guilty to three instances of insider dealing.
Exclusive Logicalis UK boss Mark Starkey has quit the business to “step back” from the coalface and spend more time with his family, he told staffers in a note today.
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
FCoE? Oh yeah, I remember rumours about that
Big Blue's lost year
SO cosy and safe, mummy
European Commission still silent despite Ireland's plea
- VMware sued, accused of ripping off Linux kernel source code
- IBM may swing axe on same departments more than once
- IBM buys 'deep learning' upstart Alchemy API, hires 40,000 devs
- Microsoft comes right out and says backup software is dead
- Promo World’s oldest IT dining society breaks into the House of Lords
... and thank heavens they do
You see a diversity tickbox nightmare, I see human beings
Red Hat again?
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