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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

Puts the XL into NEOxl with a good few terabytes of storage
Chris Mellor, 17 Oct 11:39

Bad news, fandroids: He who controls the IPC tool, controls the DROID

Researchers discover Binder blinder
John Leyden, 16 Oct 17:34
AMD CEO Lisa Su

AMD pays new CEO $150K LESS than her male predecessor

The latest insult to women working in tech came courtesy of chipmaker AMD, whose new CEO Lisa Su will take home a smaller base salary than Rory Read, the man she recently replaced.
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Huawei and Accenture pucker up for enterprise love-in

Huawei looks to be side-stepping glacier-paced reseller recruitment by getting chummy with consultancy Accenture to work on carrier biz support services and private cloudy enterprise stuff.

Deckchairs shifted aboard tech liner HP's services biz

Time for that fiscal New Year rejig
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Cyber-punch-drunk eBay slashes revenue forecasts

eBay continues to bear the scars from a cyber attack that led to the leakage of 145 million users data, as the footfall in its third party online tat bazaar came in below management expectations during calendar Q3.

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

Citrix has decided that owners of Android Wear devices will want to log on to conference calls, and has tweaked its GoToMeeting client so it runs on the wearable kit.

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

Knives out for new EU rules forcing govts to reveal hacker attacks

What's that? Something you don't want to share with class?
Jennifer Baker, 14 Oct 18:49

NO MORE DOUBLE IRISH, thunders Dublin. Erm, from 2020 that is

And heyyy - check out our new 'patent box' scheme before ye go, fellers
Jennifer Baker, 14 Oct 16:07
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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.
IE8 patch

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.

SPLITTERS! Symantec cleft in twain

The reports have been confirmed: Symantec CEO Michael Brown will split the unwieldy business into separate security and information management concerns, thus undoing the 2004 Veritas acquisition.

Sh** just got real: Amazon to open actual shop in New York City

Proving the old adage that everything old is new again, Amazon is reportedly planning to open its first-ever bricks-and-mortar location in New York City, just in time for the holiday shopping season.

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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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Frodo and the Ring
Microsoft's strategy is to make Store apps popular. Good luck with that
Alistair Darling and Alex Salmond debate Scottish independence
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
Internet of Things
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms