'Lower than planned' says BT amid 'more synergies' hint
VxRack 1000 gets neutrino nodes, DSSD option and has hybrid cloud dev platfiorm built on it.
Software-defined networking suite gets entry level version
Ha! Thought disties have no role in new world tech? Born-in-cloud what?
AI, cloud, analytics firms wanted by old-world PC maker scared of irrelevance
Empty threats from faux hackers doing the rounds again
A pinkish hue has yet to return to the cheeks of sickly European reseller Misco but its latest financials indicate the patient is finally out of intensive care - the same cannot be said of its parent.
If EU member states can, by law, exercise legislative “flexibility” when implementing 50+ Articles of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), how can the regulation ever become harmonised across European Union?
Biz tells Reg reader his email was 'full of attitude', adds 'price increase was only 340%'
Paul Perez peregrinates outta da picture
Carly Fiorina's astonishing career trajectory into oblivion remains on target tonight after her bid to be US Vice President was cut mercifully short.
EMC World The first day of EMC World in Las Vegas caused announcement overload, with the Unity array top of the list, closely followed by a Virtustream storage cloud and more.
Analysis Possibly not fatal to Continuum – but it doesn’t help
Want to buy a piece of channel real estate? Friday, 6 May, 8am
Now for that fragmented Microsoft cloud and managed services sector...
Takes better advantage of flash and has sub-$10k starting price
Loss of retail contract just one dent of many in Q1
Nom-nom. Another day, another purchase
Blighty has 900k lines of code per mission critical app, one-third above world average
Except for PCs, which will still be called 'Dell', and enterprise, which will be 'Dell EMC'
Mark June 1 in your calendar
Note to industry: Must try harder
Enterprise tech distie to fling $25m in costs overboard for fiscal '16
Insight Enterprises sales slip, blames data centre spending
HP still on top with £1.2bn spend in 2014/15
Mad, bad and dangerous for trade
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, presiding over flatlining performance, boardroom tumult and a one-in-ten slimming down of Chipzilla's workforce, has broken out the happy juice to promise better times ahead for the world's biggest sand-slinger.
Apple has confirmed analysts' fears of a drab quarter, reporting its first year-over-year sales decline in more than a decade. Its share price is down 8.2 per cent to $95.76 in after-hours trading – dipping below the magic hundred-buck mark.
Sage Software is following in the footsteps of Microsoft and Salesforce by rolling out big names to vent hot air at its events.
Exclusive X-IO Technologies is spinning off its Axellio flash array tech into a separate company as it prepares to stop investing in a market share bun fight with the existing ISE and iglu products.
Pressure in a growth-obsessed climate
IDC stats reveal who's who in the backup appliance bearpit
Infamy, infamy, Amazon and Microsoft have all got it in for me!
Also signals stronger cross-platform tools, access to new markets
Cometh the migration hour, cometh the migration technology
Captain's log: Will peace remain among product lines?
- Ex-HP boss Carly Fiorina sacked one week into new job
- Monster Cloud and an angry customer wanting a refund: A Love Story
- Analysis Intel has driven a dagger through Microsoft's mobile strategy
- Old, complex code could cause another UK banking TITSUP – study
- Ireland's tech sector fears fallout of Brexit 'Yes' vote
Note to industry: Must try harder
Single market vs. rest of the world
Mostly it's financial crime. Here's what all the cool kids' terms mean in English
Plenty of bumps in the 40-year road for Mac makers
Management was never so non-transparent
Keep your head, don't lose it