Sales edge up but profits collapse by a third for fiscal Q1
49 out of 118 heads transfer to Bell Microsystems
Actually, a tip-top comms network for our 999 heroes
Wikibon prognosticates, says we're all doomed
Realtime protection, apparently
Leaker claims big release due this fall as Microsoft herds us into the CLOUD
VMware has proven once again that there's a lot of money still to be made from killing traditional data center hardware and resurrecting it as a set of software services hovering atop dumb boxes.
The use of stolen login credentials continues to be the most common way for network intruders to access sensitive information. Two out of three breaches were the result of weak or swiped passwords, making a case for strong two-factor authentication, according to Verizon’s latest annual Data Breach Investigations Report.
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This bandwagon is up and away, even if it's not carrying that much cash right now
SanDisk is on a revenue roll, with the first quarter of 2014 showing a 62 per cent profit rise on an annual compare, driven by rising enterprise SSD sales.
Microsoft has finally cleared all of the international regulatory hurdles that it needed to overcome for it to close its acquisition of Nokia's Devices and Services business.
Is the PC market's death spiral slowing? Some appear to think so
The clock is ticking louder for Windows Server 2003 R2 users
Analysis How long before Blue Big HQ pulls the plug on the whole thing?
Anti-malware update gaffe trashes axed OSes
Nadella's database sqares the circle of cheap memory vs speed
Chocolate Factory on track for TEN BEEELLION dollar annual bit barn spend
What, just $15.4bn? You bore us, Google...
Keep your eyes on our cloud while we remove this pesky thing, say execs
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
Prospects for the future, however, please Wall Street money men
PC suppliers are pondering if the mini recovery in commercial IT spending is sustainable or just a Windows XPocalypse-related flash in the pan.
Updated BlackBerry has said that it will finally consider selling off its smartphone-making business if it continues to be unprofitable.
A senior JPMorgan analyst has urged Apple to seize a $63bn (£37bn) opportunity by flogging a hybrid laptop-tablet device running iOS.
While most of the buzz surrounding OpenSSL's Heartbleed vulnerability has focussed on websites and other servers, the SANS Institute reminds us that software running on PCs, tablets and more is just as potentially vulnerable.
How long before Blue Big HQ pulls the plug on the whole thing?
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?
- Next Windows obsolescence panic is 450 days from … NOW!
- Got Windows 8.1 Update yet? Get ready for YET ANOTHER ONE – rumor
- Enterprise storage will die just like tape did, say chaps with graphs
- Who fancies a billion-quid bonanza? Just flog the Home Office some shiny walkie-talkies
- Despite your fancy-schmancy security tech, passwords still weakest link in IT defences
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...