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Violin: Don't weep for Tier 1 storage... it'll soon be flashtastic

Comment CEO: Scale-out hyper-converged systems? Pah!
Chris Mellor, 20 Oct 11:28

Sophos to offshore American support operations

Exclusive Blame Canada?
John Leyden, 20 Oct 11:01

SDI Wars: EMC must FORGET ARRAYS, adapt or disappear

Sysadmin blog Can the storage giant overcome a lack of necessary leadership?
Trevor Pott, 20 Oct 09:03

Steve Jobs' bio man tackles geeks who 'created the digital revolution'

Page File The Innovators: Explained
Chris Mellor, 19 Oct 12:01

US government fines Intel's Wind River over crypto exports

New emphasis on encryption as a weapon?
John Leyden, 17 Oct 17:48

Let the SAN shine: Supermicro inks EVO: RAIL deal with Nexenta

Gets Supermicro on board
Chris Mellor, 17 Oct 13:40

Hey small biz: You know what you need? A tape library – Overland

Overland has got itself a new NEO tape library (cue jokes about the Matrix Reloaded) called the NEOxl, and it's packed a huge amount of capacity inside it.
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Bad news, fandroids: He who controls the IPC tool, controls the DROID

A security flaw in a core message-passing mechanism leaves every Android device potentially vulnerable to attack, security researchers warned on Thursday.

Huawei and Accenture pucker up for enterprise love-in

It's all about the cloud, people –cloud, cloud, cloud
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Deckchairs shifted aboard tech liner HP's services biz

An EMEA-wide overhaul dreamed up by HP execs to lift the fortunes of the Enterprise Services division — and cut out costs — will be implemented in time for the fiscal New Year starting next month.
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HP slips on Scality's RING, plans to flog it with ProLiant servers

Analysis HP is going to resell Scality's RING object storage software, despite having its own scale-out StoreAll object storage technology.

Cyber-punch-drunk eBay slashes revenue forecasts

Chief beanie on 2014: 'series of unanticipated setbacks'
Paul Kunert, 16 Oct 11:01

Citrix: Wearables allow conference calls 'while rocking a baby to sleep'

Hands up who still wants Android Wear? Not so many of you now, eh?
Simon Sharwood, 16 Oct 07:36

NO DEAL: HP/EMC merger talks are off

HP walks away after 'fruitless negotiations' stalled on price
Simon Sharwood, 16 Oct 02:01

Speaking in Tech: Hey Satya. Have YOU relied on karma in YOUR career?

Podcast Meanwhile, 'control freak' flight attendants try to wreck Kindle usage
Team Register, 15 Oct 17:23

Is HP riding the EVO: RAILs to oblivion?

Comment Adopts potential StoreVirtual killer, but needs to find it a market postion
Chris Mellor, 15 Oct 14:20

EMC reshuffles deck, reveals Core Technology SUPER DIVISION

Soz, investors, it will NOT be spinning off VMware
Chris Mellor, 15 Oct 14:09

Logicalis: World Cup and IBM kit drop-off hit us hard in H1

Services, Westcon help to rescue Datatec... sort of
Paul Kunert, 15 Oct 12:16

Chipzilla of the mobile world Qualcomm wants to slurp Brit vendor CSR... for £1.6bn

Variables of wearables now bearable?
Team Register, 15 Oct 11:28

It's a TAB-tastrophe – 83 million fewer units to ship in 2014

But full steam ahead ... if your name is Google
Paul Kunert, 15 Oct 10:38

Benioff promises Wave of Lightning to mobilise Salesforce

Drones on for three hours in keynote, peps self up with Coke-from-a-drone
Iain Thomson, 15 Oct 07:31

ONE MILLION people already running Windows 10

A third of them are doing it in VMs, but early feedback focuses on frippery
Simon Sharwood, 15 Oct 06:32

HP hops aboard hyperconverged infrastructure bandwagon

The usual 2U storage and compute rig with zero to VMs running in 15 minutes caper
Simon Sharwood, 15 Oct 03:58

SAP, IBM snuggle up for HANA-as-a-service

Thanks for the in-memories
Gavin Clarke, 14 Oct 23:44

How's that big mobile push going, Intel? Oh a million dollars. In 3 months? Wow (sarcasm)

Hey, Krzanich: Devices, Things still ain't Intel's strong suit
Neil McAllister, 14 Oct 22:25

Toshiba: We'll STAY in PCs! We'll just axe a few bods

Toshiba is the latest vendor to sound the warning alarm that all is not well in its PC business across Europe after scaling back regional offices and axing swathes of the workforce – just as the green shoots emerge.
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Dragon's Outsourcery biz bags another £1m of cash to burn

Loss-making cloudy UC services biz Outsourcery is set to pocket £1m worth of investment from a VC just months after it raised cash and cut costs to prevent liquidity drying up, following a forecasted sales slip.
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HP turns to Meg Whitman's ex-chief of staff for tough UK job

Meg Whitman’s former veep chief of staff, Jacqui Ferguson, has returned to her UK roots with HP, taking control of the troubled Enterprise Services division with a remit to get things firing again.
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Internet Explorer stars in monster October Patch Tuesday

October is stacking up to be a bumper Patch Tuesday update with nine bulletins lined up for delivery — three rated critical.

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Trevor Pott

Can the storage giant overcome a lack of necessary leadership?

Chris Mellor

Why overlapping kit from a merger equals a disaster in waiting
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Gavin Clarke

The executioner turns gambler as HP's PCs are set to go
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No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly
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Microsoft's strategy is to make Store apps popular. Good luck with that
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You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
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Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms