Stockholder approval looks to be a formality but market capitalization issue remains
'Every tier-one country will have an AWS region' – but analyst says other providers are catching up
'Surface phone' will have challenging app gap
BREXIT Telco regulation done right? We can show how
You'll eat Larry's fluffy white stuff and enjoy it
BREXIT 'It’s completely unclear where this leaves us in Britain'
BREXIT Crystal ball strokers at Gartner have calculated Brexit will wipe $4.6bn off the value of tech spending in the UK this year, and the resulting Sterling currency volatility will force US vendors to hike prices.
BREXIT If there is one thing the IT industry despises it is uncertainty and there was lashing of the stuff poured across the UK following the Brexit vote.
BREXIT Cambridge firm: Our earnings are outside EU
BREXIT Rueful Remainer or Shy Leaver? Let us know
Exclusive Even before Blighty voted to leave the EU, the government was plotting to water down far-reaching data protection regulations from Brussels - The Register can reveal.
Completed in 1983, IBM's prestigious South Bank office in London, on the banks of the River Thames, owes a lot to the Brutalist style of architecture, popular in the 1960s and 1970s. It makes heavy use of concrete: a solid building for a solid company.
Software bet looks great, but Priv apathy taxes the bookkeepers
Biz that couldn't find buyer devises 3-year strategy plan - services and security
OPNFV Summit But box biz will take a long time to die, says chief cloud architect
Listen up people, want to appear in our stores or website? Cough
OPNFV Summit Moving as fast as embiggened bods can shift
Sysadmin blog Our man Trev thinks 2016 is hyperconvergence's year
In procurement? Read this
Entry-level box joined by new hyper-converged product
RingCentral in the middle
By massive we mean, er, not very big at all...
Comment Better the devil EU know?
Execs and directors post deal payout of $126m gets thumbs up too
'Constitutionally incompatible' to get the digi-bods to do it
Let's put body-worn camera footage in the white'n'fluffy stuff, says Martin Wyke
Something positive was salvaged from the crash at cloud biz Outsourcery - 100 employees have transferred with the business in a pre-pack sale to new owners GCI Network Solutions.
Stock option-incentivised EMC staff could brain drain out of the company as the Dell acquisition will cash-out their stock options, de-incentivising them.
Immigration is an issue swaying electorates around the world, including Britons, who will next week decide whether to leave the European Union and Americans, who will soon decide whether to vote for Donald Trump as president in November. While this is generally assumed to affect low-pay, low-skilled jobs, it can affect those in IT too.
Put this in your pipe and smoke it: Microsoft is offering pot growers software tools to help them stay on the right side of America's relaxed laws.
Our man Trev thinks 2016 is hyperconvergence's year
It's not like my boss painstakingly nurtured the contacts, right?
HTTPS-buster and root cert bods joining up? Hmm
Until we price our personal data we'll keep on being fleeced
Two working parties, ministers galore... but data transfer law remains in limbo
The customer and staff company is no more
Middle-class terror of engineering also part of problem
Note to industry: Must try harder
Single market vs. rest of the world
Mostly it's financial crime. Here's what all the cool kids' terms mean in English
Plenty of bumps in the 40-year road for Mac makers