Company is investigating kickback allegations
Up to 70 volunteers leave with a cheque and a smile as wide as America
AWS meets Europe's privacy requirements, whatever they may be worth
Bitter bedfellows now in open war in UK courts
But Microsoft may be about to strike back
Pic + vid Well, that just about wraps it up for RT
Huawei – which was backed by Britain last week despite repeated claims that the Chinese company's network kit could endanger national security – saw a 33 per cent leap in net profit for 2014.
HP exec David Donatelli has followed Mark Hurd to Oracle, and taken up an exec veep position related to hardware, according to Business Insider, citing numerous sources.
Financials out for Westcoast Holding-owned XMA, Viglen
Founder hints more acquisitions could be on the cards
The wearables market will be dominated by wrist action, according to market-watcher IDC, and will remain smaller than the PC market.
Australia's dominant telco Telstra, which also operates an AU$2bn a year IT services arn, has struck a deal to resell IBM's SoftLayer cloud down under and is chatting about taking the arrangement global.
Open source, clouds? We've heard of these, says boss
Bangs drum, makes song and dance about annual performance
Ahem, yes, the same number as the repairs desk staff that we let go
Another round of funding coming to a cloud biz near you
Fill your boots guys as it could be scrapped after the election
Follow these few simple steps, and wait a while
All above board, concludes board
Firms' fluffy white services payoff is due in 2016, adds gros fromage
Back in Black, but one fair quarter does not a turnaround make
vSphere to rise by 7% and all the rest by 4-5%
Apple CEO to flex financial muscles in the name of 'charidee'
Local gov and unis hit with costs for being 'under-licensed'
Firm expects revenues down by 14 per cent from last year
Also criticises big project IT write-offs. In other news: Pot in kitchen racism scandal
A hosted edition of LibreOffice is planned as a free and open alternative to Office 365 and Google Docs by year's end.
There was plenty to keep Europe’s IT channel busy over the past few months, and the rest of this year could be just as turbulent.
Lexmark International is trying to counter flatlining revenues and falling demand for print hardware by splashing $1bn to consume enterprise software seller Kofax.
Not content with its prime spot on a controversial deal to manage £2.5bn in public sector contractors, Capita is also touting its IT services via the G-Cloud, admitting its mega framework is not "always best for niche skills."
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
FCoE? Oh yeah, I remember rumours about that
Big Blue's lost year
- Pic + vid Microsoft dumps ARM for Atom with cut-price Surface 3 fondleslab
- New dirt-cheap Chromebooks: Team Google keeps jackboot on throat of PC titans
- Pure CEO dons cheerleader outfit, harangues world, dog
- HP blasts $5.1bn sueball at ex-Autonomy execs, Lynch preps return fire
- Life after Lord Shugs looks good, as Viglen directors' packages swell
Big boys snare the unwary with too-good-to-be-true deals
Pet carriers not wanted for whitebox stampede
Sorry OpenStack and Open Compute, we're not all Facebook
Scammy download sites? Government snooping? Run of the mill for Gary Kovacs
Behold the mighty stealth platform
... and thank heavens they do