Too many people still running random .exe files in spam attachments
Buggy software and bad deployment borked Redmond's cloud
Analysis Claims that cloud will drive Oracle's future growth ring hollow
Boffins take out - then replace - Christmas fun
Last in, best dressed
Software, hardware remained sluggish in Q2
Microsoft says Windows Insider program members shouldn't be upset that no more Windows 10 Preview builds are coming this year, because the build that's expected to arrive in late January will be awesome – literally.
Interview When companies around the world are still running $40bn worth of your networking kit that is officially classified as past end-of-life, you might have to learn a few new tricks to keep the revenue coming in. Or even better, dream up a whole new strategy.
Third parties must comply to new standard
Toothless watchdog growls, firm says 'LA LA LA, WE'RE NOT LISTENING'
Fewer arch enemies and a brighter economy should help Frankencorp - the merged Dixons and Carphone Warehouse organisation - oil the wheels of commerce. It's done that with gusto in the six months since the union was sealed.
New EU tax rules that come into force on 1 January could kill thousands of mini and micro online businesses.
Comment WD gros fromage: It wasn't $400m
Build your own hybrid cloud for apps and give the bricks 'n' mortar cash to us
Mouthpiece gives us pile of guff about Cloud Marketplace - so we cut through it
Where the hell's our support, shout disgruntled SMEs
Fake credential, premier credit cards, and 100% satisfaction, guaranteed
When Irish eyes aren't smiling
+Comment Soz Telefonica, BT's gone for the other one for home, mobe, TV, web 4-way
+Comment Thoma Bravo gives Elliott its payout
Flash array packing density king bought
'Harder to make money in electronics than he thought'
Clouds and - gasp! - users buying their own kit mean 'Darwinian moment' for techies
Only 4,096 requests needed to uncover a 16-character cookie
Exclusive ICO tells El Reg it's gathering evidence
Forrester: Forget profits, Microsoft just won't want to do this
IDC's latest Storage Tracker used the wrong HDS numbers and mis-represented the company's progress.
Just £34m of IT investment will be re-usable from more than £600m spent on the Universal Credit car-crash IT programme "if" a digital version of the system ever arrives, a Public Accounts Committee hearing has indicated.
Before you sign on the dotted line to acquire some kit or sign up a service provider, ask the vendor you're considering if any of their staff have criminal records.
Microsoft will conduct a big, consumer-focussed, reveal of Windows 10's progress in January, and not long afterwards will “move conversation” to the new operating system's features for enterprise users.
Claims that cloud will drive Oracle's future growth ring hollow
WD gros fromage: It wasn't $400m
Partnering up with XtremIO rival
How the cloud taught Redmond to play by a new set of rules
VMware spin-off? Let the shareholders decide
Tandberg and Sphere3D deals offer hope after 18 bad ones
- EU VAT law could kill THOUSANDS of online businesses
- Microsoft says to expect AWESOME things of Windows 10 in January
- ASA slaps Ebuyer AGAIN - this time for ignoring regulator
- Can't stop Home Depot-style card pwning, but suppliers will feel PCI regulation pain
- TALE OF FAIL: Microsoft offers blow-by-blow Azure outage account
Meet the man who accidentally created the smartwatch hype
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