Antonio Neri ascends to top of Enterprise Group
Company will burn millions shutting down biz
Please, sir, can we have a Custom Support Agreement?
£16bn moneypit project shambles on, ignoring deadlines as it goes
5.5% fall masks increased activity, says Gartner
‘Seasonally weak’ mobility business to blame
Smart meters will cost as much as the Trident nuclear deterrent to implement, with the full cost of the scheme rising to £19bn, according to a government report.
Analysis The release of Windows 10 is set for 29 July, just one month from now. It will be a significant moment, marking the first Windows 10 release in a wave that will eventually include Windows Mobile and Xbox, and is critically important to Microsoft following the poor reception for Windows 8.
AWS, Google and Azure in front, but archiving not core workloads are the sweet spot
Project is one of four so bad it's easier to flush the money down the toiilet
Times are tough for Capita, or so it seems. The outsourcing giant is squeezing extra margin from its employees by charging them to use cutlery, cups and trays in the canteen.
Brit security slinger Sophos’s listing on the London Stock Exchange went live today, giving the firm a market cap of around £1bn – a valuation that has caused a stir among analysts.
Integrate all the things!
But biz thinks 3D NAND will sell like hot cakes and fix all the financial badness
CEO sugar-coats the medicine for Nokia phone biz
Annual Report still makes for ‘encouraging reading’ though
Nadella's latest mega-memo has Redmond transforming the WORLD
Euro boss: I said we'll push into services, and by God we will
Voluntary redundo for staff managing O2 clients
Would you like a sprinkling of finance on that, sir?
Ignore crashing product sales, that was planned... honest
Old Lady grumbles about new thingy
Comment All-flash array pusher is agin' retainin' rusty rotators
DockerCon 2015 Look, ma, we're a real business now
Aruba? Never heard of 'em
DockerCon 2015 Redmond demos cross-platform containerized apps
Microsoft has attempted yet more damage control regarding Windows 10, after the software giant confused world+dog into thinking that anyone could qualify for a freebie version of its soon-to-be-released operating system.
CSC is pressing ahead with plans to axe hundreds of workers, brushing aside concerns from some employees that customers are already feeling the pinch of past cost cutting actions.
The European Commission has set 27 July as D-Day for its decision on the Nokia/Alcatel-Lucent takeover.
DockerCon 2015 For a while, it looked as though software containers were heading for the kind of standards squabble that has plagued the tech industry too often in its history.
Clouds sell compute by the glass. On-premises kitmakers want to sell wine-as-a-service
Privacy, security, information sovereignty, what we all want, right?
Redmond devotees may as well have demanded manga desktop wallpaper
Samsung ponders thwarted efforts to climb up the stack
- Analysis Windows 10 is due in one month: Will it be ready?
- Microsoft's magic hurts: Nadella signals 'tough choices' on the way
- Layoff-happy Capita charges staff to use cutlery in canteens
- Microsoft's new mission statement: It's all about doing MAGICAL THINGS
- Bank of England CIO: ‘Beware of the cloud, beware of vendors’
Nice devices, now speak 'enterprise' to me
Standard Form 86 reads like a biography of each intelligence worker
Breaking through the hardware barricades to a new network state
Hardware acceleration – busted
Could they work together? Yeah, why not
‘AWS is to the era of cloud what Microsoft is to client/server’