Mobe-maker formerly known as RIM finds bundle of notes behind the sofa
But he might have to buy a NoSQL dinghy to tie to the back of it
‘We don't comment on rumour or speculation’. But we do
AWS Cloud to spin up video formatting services
Unless this really is the year of the Linux desktop ...
L-Koh gives O-K to settlement payout
Microsoft has increased the size of its compute-and storage-centric cloud VM instances while cutting prices by up to 27 per cent.
Late in 2014, VMware's network virtualisation guru Martin Casado suggested that his next move after getting network virtualisation up and running as a business might be to try a new approach to enterprise security.
Dead tree goalposts are noiselessly, virtually moved once again
Please buy our in-memory databases, says German ERP peddler
Exclusive The department for Business, Innovation and Skills has shunned a major outsourcing deal with Steria and the Cabinet Office, embarrassingly citing the costs and risks of the project as "no longer viable".
VMworld 2015 VMware's trying to put itself into the Windows desktop management business with its AirWatch mobile device management and identity management products.
Neat trick but not undetectable
VMworld 2015 Oh no! Biz needs cross-cloud abstraction to move data across borders
Hauled half-dead print services biz back to black
Okays SRA soiree – whatever will be will be
Will hanging on the telephone help shift more iOS gear to enterprises?
Database goliath reaffirms its stranglehold, despite cost-cutting efforts
VMworld 2015 VMware's vCloud Air Object Storage with either Google or EMC ViPR
Exclusive Pre-pack agreed for Stone Topco but rival bid expected
But Brit sub strikes back to steady top line, and RDC sale beefs up profits
There’s only so much lipstick you can put on this pig
Brit heads to roll over the finish line... mostly in Enterprise Services
Signs with cashed-up upstart AirVM for Virtzilla-powered cloud management
Servers up six points. Switches up, slightly. Routers up. Really. Cloud? Not a killer, it seems
Two thirds of flogged smart wearables were Apple Watches
The government looks set to wave its procurement wand and make one-third of its £45bn per year procurement spend appear to go to SMEs by 2020.
Newly-appointed NetApp CEO George Kurian today made his first appearance before the press outside the USA and hinted at the directions in which he plans to take the company.
Dell has launched a new business line of custom servers to companies with unique needs and those that don't quite want the server volume of "hyperscale" data centers.
Intel Security - the company formerly known as McAfee - has hired ex-Avaya global channel overlord Richard Steranka to run the rule over its worldwide partner network.
Why aren't you, personally, stopping the moronocalypse?
Federation fissiparousness to form co-ordinated divisions
EMC is ahead overall with HDS mounting an IoT catch-up
A victory worthy of a eulogy
'Universal Apps' ... but without a smartphone
- Windows 10 grabbed about five per cent market share in August
- Apple muscles in on biz world AGAIN – this time with Cisco pact
- VMworld 2015 Ed Snowden crocked cloud, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger
- Larry Ellison's yacht isn't threatened by NoSQL – yet
- Hidden password-stealing malware lurking in your GPU card? Intel Security thinks not
Why interconnectivity in the cloud is tougher than just stacking bricks
Welcome to Microsoft's pay-pay-pay plan
Nokia is the biggest write-off yet, but it wasn't the first
Last Christmas, I gave you my Cloud, the very next day you gave it away
Time to pull out the magnifying glass to swot up on those Ts&Cs
Nice devices, now speak 'enterprise' to me