Irritatingly stable firm just trundles along like a vintage Volvo
Ok so reseller recruitment was slow but we want to bed other partners too
No e-autions or fixed line broadband included, sorry
Owner of Microsoft licensing reselling giant hires investment banker
Comment Is a distracted Whitman twisting or sticking?
We should be able to use threats though
HP has announced its results for its second fiscal quarter, and the news is mixed.
Chinese kit-maker Huawei isn't apportioning swelling sales outside the Middle Kingdom to NSA snooping fears, more that double digit growth in Europe is related to brand recognition a decade after it up shop there.
ChromeOS getting 'em while they're young
Wake up and smell the declining revenues
Imation's CEO has been provisionally voted off the company's board, as shareholders supported the activist investor Clinton Group in its view of Imation's alleged leadership failures.
Software service slinger Salesforce.com banked its first operating profit in 18 quarters — yes, you read that correctly — but reassuringly confirmed it will be back in the red again in the next trading period.
Profits down following acquisitions, though
Due diligence done, talks at 'advanced stage'
Tsinghua Unigroup to scoop remnants of once-mighty Ethernet pioneer
Global workforce to be cut by 18 per cent in search of savings
Set the controls for the hole in the dam
What do you mean our firewall has foundations made of cheese?
Wales may not be important to you, but it bloody well was to us
180,000 users to be rolled onto Office 365 in Enterprise Agreement
Prepare for the brave new future: Web-scale middleware
North America public sector biz set to split off as results slide continues
Baffling wordblurt straight from the Gwyneth Paltrow soundbite phrasebook
Hyper-V also on the roadmap for hyper-convergence evangelists
Pandey — IPO still on the cards
AWS leads, but Microsoft still a clear second
It may just be the start of the post-tablet era, with shipments into retailers and tech distributors tumbling by double digits in the first three months of the year.
The road to separation continues to be anything but smooth for Symantec’s security operation, particularly on the consumer front, as it again suffered from sales shrinkage, unlike the breakaway storage biz.
The sales process for a couple of native data centre providers is gaining some momentum, with Six Degrees edging closer to a deal and Adapt appointing a corporate financier to market the business.
The break-up craze among the largest tech vendors may have reached the channel, with talk that CSC will separate its North America government unit from the rest of the private-sector sales organisation.
Looking at the possibilities
How to manage the aliens
IaaS indeed, it's one helluva PaaS-ing contest
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
Potential deleterious effects more like a snakebite* than a snake bite
There's still time to act
Code develops into a major weapon
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A Reg guide to breaking up and moving on
Big boys snare the unwary with too-good-to-be-true deals