There's nothing for you here: it's personal data – watchdogs
Comment It'll only set you back a few billion
Analysis A less painful way to run Microsoft’s private cloud
Interview Coho Data techie gets technical on flash-disk rivals
Multinational gets defensive over emails
Gov.uk campaign: Consumer security led to '£670m losses'
Three in four cloud services do not conform to the current EU Data Protection Directive, according to a new study.
VMware has walked away from the idea of dual-persona smartphones, according to John Marshall, senior veep and general manager of the company's Airwatch division.
Time to put the storage biz up for sale?
Abandon hope all ye homebuyers who enter
Comment Flash will replace all enterprise tier 1 storage, and shared arrays will prevail over server-side SANs, while network latency remains a solvable computer science problem, argues Violin Memory CEO Kevin DeNuccio.
Exclusive Sophos plans to offshore support operations from the US to Canada and the Philippines as part of a wide-ranging restructuring of its support operations.
Sysadmin blog Can the storage giant overcome a lack of necessary leadership?
Page File The Innovators: Explained
New emphasis on encryption as a weapon?
Gets Supermicro on board
Puts the XL into NEOxl with a good few terabytes of storage
Researchers discover Binder blinder
Not only Nadella that's nuts
It's all about the cloud, people –cloud, cloud, cloud
Time for that fiscal New Year rejig
Analysis New logo, new reseller
Chief beanie on 2014: 'series of unanticipated setbacks'
Hands up who still wants Android Wear? Not so many of you now, eh?
HP walks away after 'fruitless negotiations' stalled on price
Podcast Meanwhile, 'control freak' flight attendants try to wreck Kindle usage
Yet another fraudster is struggling to relieve suckers of their Bitcoin after publicly posting what's purported to be a cache of no less than 7 meellion Dropbox login credentials.
SaaS superpower Salesforce has revealed the details of its cloudy collaboration with Microsoft, and the main detail is that the fruits of the relationship won't be delivered until deep into 2015.
Knowledge is power. That’s the message from Steelie Neelie as the EU Commission throws half a billion at “big data”.
If life is hard in the data centre space, then someone forget to tell the boss of UKFast, who may just be toasting a bumper 2013 from the confines of his corporate hot tub.
Or why the reversal of globalisation ain't gonna 'appen
It'll only set you back a few billion
Can the storage giant overcome a lack of necessary leadership?
Why overlapping kit from a merger equals a disaster in waiting
The executioner turns gambler as HP's PCs are set to go
We do the maths and reveal THE TRUTH
- Routine WHAT NOW? Bank of England’s CHAPS payment system goes TITSUP
- It's a TAB-tastrophe – 83 million fewer units to ship in 2014
- AMD pays new CEO $150K LESS than her male predecessor
- Sky's tech bets pay off: Pay TV firm unveils blazing growth for Q1
- IBM storage revenues sink: 'We are disappointed,' says CEO
No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly
Life after Dell sale
XiaOW-ME - that's gotta hurt
Microsoft's strategy is to make Store apps popular. Good luck with that
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms