EMC absorption rumours confirmed
China govt: It wasn't us, honest
ActiveDirectory and Samba AWS bridge
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 Like other storage startups, Coho Data has had to swim upstream* against prevailing storage orthodoxy. Its CTO and co-founder, Andrew Warfield, was one of the original authors of the Xen hypervisor, and we recently took the opportunity to ask him some questions about the firm's technology, product positioning and progress.
BAE Systems has bought cloud-based email and network security firm SilverSky for $232.5m, seemingly finding the US company's products and customer base irresistible.
Gov.uk campaign: Consumer security led to '£670m losses'
Data Protection Directive not passed yet, though...
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.
IBM's storage revenues are continuing to slump, with the latest overall IBM results causing the abandonment of a long-term earnings/share goal.
Abandon hope all ye homebuyers who enter
Comment CEO: Scale-out hyper-converged systems? Pah!
Exclusive Blame Canada?
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'
Updated Fed-up Domain Monster customers are still waiting for the company to fix an email outage that has been going on for six days now.
EMC is reportedly buying the Cloudscaling Group, a software startup helping to manage clouds of OpenStack-using servers, with the deal worth less than $50m.
Workers at Chinese manufacturer Foxconn have reportedly gone on strike to ask for longer working hours, because automated production processes mean there is less lucrative overtime to be worked.
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.
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
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- 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