Launches Voluntary Separation Programme for fence-perchers
Some have arrived, but financials are stacked against it
Blocks and Files On to pastures new
Over 1,100 workers set to walk the plank by January – union
But integrator whispers that NextiraOne buy will be split in two stages
Euro 'IT Airbus' could lead to 'competition concerns' – expert
Hot on the heels of news that the PC market is withering before our collective eyes, box-counter IDC has emitted data suggesting the tablet market is also slowing down.
Education supplier RM has told customers they can buy discounted third-party hardware from Misco after finally shuttering its own reselling operation and closing the PC production order book.
Chairman says size matters
Kit-shifter joins rejigged staff at growing upstart
IDC is forecasting that the technology channel will buy in around 34 million fewer PCs this year than last, and the bad news for anyone making a crust in that sector is that things aren't going to improve any time soon.
The UK Parliament is migrating to Office 365, which will become the default option for email, file-sharing, hosted apps and storage services for MPs and parliamentary staff from May 2015.
Dolph Westerbos set to rock up as top dog in January
RBS Group's online banking fails, cards are declined and ATMs refuse to give out cash
Sysadmin Blog Windows Phone in the enterprise: Ballmer's fever dream or the new reality?
John Lewis has consumer exclusive until March
Quadrant-sketcher says elasticity fibs will produce snap-back of a new buying cycle
Releases could see remake of three Redmond platforms
OpenStack-based tech has more 'known issues' than 'features', says HP
'We've had worse. 'Tis but a scratch!'
5c expands Apple's market, but fails to hold off rivals
Analysis Flying robot authority spills beans on challenges of tending a drone flock
Deal rests in laps of Commission gods... and Euro Works Councils
Comment This proves Redmond needs a Ford man
Opinion Endpoints: The world has moved on... and become a lot more complex
It might not look like much, but it's still bigger than yours...
Tech Data UK has opted for a big hitter to head up its credit function amid the continued probe into accounting irregularities.
HP and its chief Meg Whitman will have to face claims from a shareholder class action lawsuit alleging the exec and her firm knew statements from Autonomy's management were misleading before the acquisition.
Sysadmin Blog What is "the internet of things" and why should we care? Put simply, the internet of things is a catch-all term for ultra-low-power embedded devices that mostly consist of sensors and control systems.
The near unthinkable has happened. Despite a troubled year for the PC industry and a generally poor outlook for the next one, HP has managed to report good news for its fourth quarter, beating expectations both for the quarter and for fiscal 2013.
This proves Redmond needs a Ford man
Endpoints: The world has moved on... and become a lot more complex
Ending slavery in Africa needn't cost this much
ObamaCare, UK.gov, and paying for blusterguffs instead of technology
Profits? Don't be so narrow-minded...
Cupertino supremo gets snarky – is he pugnacious or defensive?
- IT MELTDOWN ruins Cyber Monday for RBS, Natwest customers
- The only way is Office: UK Parliament to migrate to Microsoft cloud
- Beijing leans on Microsoft to maintain Windows XP support
- Sysadmin Blog SLAPPING an iPhone out of a corporate drone's hand: You're not the only one who longs to do it
- PC market staging a RECOVERY. (Only joking, it's through the floor)
A survivor's guide to being sold down the river...
Microsoft and cloudy pals go DIY as networking giant's stock plummets
Plus other fascinating nuggets we found when carving into UK.gov's IT spending pie
Apply clever tech to lift economic gloom, says chip giant labs chief
Delightful hardware, disappointing apps
There's more to life than consolidation