All above board, concludes board
Firms' fluffy white services payoff is due in 2016, adds gros fromage
Back in Black, but one fair quarter does not a turnaround make
vSphere to rise by 7% and all the rest by 4-5%
Apple CEO to flex financial muscles in the name of 'charidee'
Local gov and unis hit with costs for being 'under-licensed'
SanDisk expects the current quarter's revenues to be about $1.3bn, 14 per cent less than a year ago, with the flash business supposed to be a growth area. The execs must have been horrified when they heard.
In a pre-election pop at the coalition, Labour has slammed Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude for the Government Digital Service's failure to meet even half of its digital targets for online services.
Outsourcing giant sees 13 per cent North American increase
Purported price hike starts April 1, and that's no joke
Google's botched another cloud patch.
The organizers of this year's RSA security conference have made at least one thing clear to exhibitors: no booth babes.
Virty vendor's automation biz ascends to Valhalla
Citizens' personal information is all OURS, say tech giants
Infinite capacity in a finite universe? Challenge accepted, says Bezos
Finally, an end to the three years of consecutive losses
Fresh from Fluidata investment, CEO Rigby outlines next priorities
Industry vet handed control of software division
Resellers talk of battle over services with flatlining storage biz
CIO Manifesto 'Whenever I hear the word culture I reach for my org chart...'
Beats Solaris, flattens Gentoo
sudo ./buy_back_shares $500m
First Look Hands on with the preview tools for the UAP
It's the thought that counts
Cloud-centric Cloudline box is cloud right for the cloud world, cloud HP says in the cloud
Free, open-source, independent cloud and mob collab suite coming
ARM Holdings is telling investors it will take 20 per cent of the server silicon market by the year 2020.
BT will launch its own 4G network when it returns to the mobile market within the next few days, it has been reported.
In a massive departure from the usual big supplier merry-go-round of government IT contracts, the Cabinet Office has confirmed a £700m legacy "Crown Hosting" deal with small data centre biz Ark, as revealed by El Reg last week.
When the first dotcom bubble popped, the likes of EMC, Sun and Oracle didn't panic that the days of easy greenfield sales were over because the then-burgeoning economies of eastern Europe gave them new greenfields in which to romp.
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
FCoE? Oh yeah, I remember rumours about that
Big Blue's lost year
- Bye bye, booth babes. IT security catwalk RSA nixes sexy outfits
- Microsoft and Oracle are 'not your trusted friends', public sector bods
- Amazon cloud threatens to SMASH the fundamental laws of PHYSICS
- Microsoft enlists web security pariah Adobe to help build Internet Explorer-killer Spartan
- Tim Cook: I'll give just a THIRD of what Gates gave to charity last year
Big boys snare the unwary with too-good-to-be-true deals
Pet carriers not wanted for whitebox stampede
Sorry OpenStack and Open Compute, we're not all Facebook
Scammy download sites? Government snooping? Run of the mill for Gary Kovacs
Behold the mighty stealth platform
... and thank heavens they do