Four times slower than EMC’s XtremIO
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Exclusive Forget the hype, this is going to be bigger than the biggest thing ever, says exec
Customer base growing, but staff still outnumber punters
42 negotiations mean MS, Oracle costs differ wildly
Enter hosted voice and UC-as-a-service space
The rumour mill about a Dell-EMC deal is going hyper, with a $51bn takeover by Dell being mentioned. Is Elliott Management holding a gun to EMC's head?
Study Readers are usually pretty quick to tell us when we use jargon in our surveys that we haven’t defined, and quite rightly so. We work in an industry that is riddled with language abuse, and marketeers who take liberties by redefining long-established terms and inventing buzzwords to make old stuff sound new.
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Businesses are spending on mobile transformations, not boring old computers
Dell is figuring out how to borrow the US$40 billion it would need to acquire EMC, according to reports quoting the usual folks familiar with the deal.
Comment The days of the massive standalone storage company are coming to a close, as the public cloud and myriad storage startups drive cumulatively fatal wounds deep into the heart of the one-supplier-does-all-your-storage business model.
Campaign for Clear Licensing forms Brussels pincer with Free ICT Europe
Hyperconverged hybrids snare the g-men
AWS Reinvent We do hybrid too, insists senior VP Andy Jassy
+Comment Sky and TalkTalk also expected to beg for spin-out
A legal, er, brief
US cloud businesses face 'legislative buzzsaw'
Canalys Channels Forum Dell bigwig 'not happy' though
Analysis Surface? F**ck Yeah!
eBay, Amazon fraudsters, cheap gear in the crosshairs
OpenSwitch is a “brite box” NOS that welcomes being forked up
Repeat after us: 'Microsoft values its close partnerships with backup software vendors'
Bezos's gang keeps the cloudy mob happy with new shininess
Update Was Cloudfather Tucci trying to offload VNX, rather than crowning King Mike?
Windows 10 looks to have won about seven per cent of the world's desktop operating system market.
Microsoft has scheduled one of its biggest press conferences of the year on Tuesday in New York, and The Register will be there for the show. But leaks ahead of time suggest we'll be seeing a lot of new hardware and possibly a few software tricks as well.
IBM is buying object storage startup Cleversafe for an undisclosed amount of cash or shares.
Efforts to jump start revenue growth at Symantec started today with a revamped channel programme that threatens to shower third party sellers with more cash, coughed more frequently.
EMC highlights the problems all face
Mike claims merger was sabotaged from Day One
Elliott Management Corp will demand satisfaction
Hey, Tegile and Tintri. Are you ready for this?
Lack of innovation and weak Windows 10 apps will hold back upgrades
- Analysis Team Microsoft: Device Police... 'Are you pumped? I'm pumped'
- Online VAT fraud: Calls for government crackdown grow louder
- Silicon Valley fights European Court of Justice ruling with small print
- How much do UK cops pay for Microsoft licences? £30 a head or £137? Both
- 'Safe Harbor': People in Europe 'can get quite litigious about this'
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Surface? F**ck Yeah!
VMware, Hyper-V… XenServer? The choice is yours
Dual-provider strategies are the future
Why interconnectivity in the cloud is tougher than just stacking bricks
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