Quadrantic magicians do their square rating thingy
Private cloud - as a service, sir?
Comment Check the Org chart, will you
No, not the whole country, just the whole country operation
'Hurrah for the Euro and our services biz in Germany' cheers reseller titan
Firm's sure to use its sports lure to bring in the punters
On Tuesday, Intel said it expects to bank in the final quarter of the year $15.7bn in sales, plus or minus $500m. That's a billion-dollar swing.
Microsoft's first-quarter results for its 2017 fiscal year reveal a four per cent year-on-year fall in profit and 10 per cent dive in operating income.
It's not the boardroom that needs a change, it's the classroom
Chipzilla market share WAS overstated, claims Advocate General
Comment Dell and EMC are culturally separated by their different approaches to product development, to servers in Dell and storage in EMC. In the combined house, what will be the effect?
Gobbling data via S3 is what helped make AWS what it is - the world’s single biggest provider of public cloud.
Doesn't seem to've killed its appetite for acquisition
Former channel czar John Ansell is about to leave the building
Comment What do you do? Use manual typwriters or live in a Scottish croft? Our man advises
Disk arrays and flash still minor league stuff, though
+Comment Compute-storage wrangler is working with Morgan Stanley from here to IPO
Gartner, aka the Ministry of crappy forecasting, strikes again
Lawyers weep as retirement plans go AWOL and Dell gets payment
Must be hoping its biz hookup mojo will see off Amazon, S3
EMC's HCI gear gets a Dell server invasion
Not-for-profit organ looking for wider income streams - sources
How interesting that you'd say that, Gavin
Pricey, but cheaper than a pub full of BOFHs
Softcat warned of storm cloud in UK ahead of referendum, now says it blew over
Security spending is predicted to grow from $73.7bn in 2016 to $101.6bn in 2020, according to analysts.
HP Inc - not wanting to be entirely out done by the other half of the business that it split from - is to toss up to another 4,000 workers onto the employment bonfire, and the ailing PC and printer market is to blame.
European enterprises are teaming with information security agencies and governments to run a pan-European cyberwar readiness exercise today.
Cisco is the latest member of the technology old guard to take a pop at Amazon Web Services, claiming that the public cloud giant’s financials mean “one hiccup” and it could go bust.
What do you do? Use manual typwriters or live in a Scottish croft? Our man advises
Plans for 2 million FTTP connections in next four years 'not enough'
Win some, you lose some: profit up, revenue down
Thousands of layoffs announced as spinning rust enters its death spiral
In the meantime, of course, the data must flow
- Despite best efforts, fewer and fewer women are working in tech
- May blocked plans to bring in more Indian IT workers – Vince Cable
- Updated Microsoft keeps schtum as more battery woes hit Surface sufferers
- Openreach split could damage broadband investment, says BT's chief exec
- Comment NSA, GCHQ and even Donald Trump are all after your data
Education, not immigration, is UK’s dangerous burden
One reselling man tells his tale of woe
The trouble doesn't stop here. It starts here
New light on licensing plans
Best locker-room strategy: Avoid emulating AWS directly