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Post-modem Ericsson wobbles thanks to flat sales and falling profits

Trouble at t'mill as scandal-hit board member steps down
Simon Rockman, 27 Jan 14:01

Meat puppet security sucks... let machines find your flaws

Darktrace: No, no, customers, you've got security all wrong
Paul Kunert, 27 Jan 13:28

HMRC fails to plan for £10.4bn contract exit... because it's 'too risky'

Small matter of £500bn down the drain if it goes titsup – MPs
Kat Hall, 27 Jan 12:53

What's that, Microsoft? Yep, a Lumia and Surface SALES BOOM

But are you making money?
Andrew Orlowski, 27 Jan 12:14

Want to win Microsoft's cloudy love? Just spend $500

Partners: Take sky bridge to cloud conference and pucker up
Paul Kunert, 27 Jan 10:24

The firm that swallowed the Sun: Is Oracle happy as Larry with hardware and systems?

Oracle-Sun anniversary One swallow didn't make a summer
Chris Mellor, 27 Jan 10:03

There's life after Oracle, but very little left in Oracle's reseller channel

Oracle-Sun anniversary A headstone in Santa Clara carries the names of the fallen in Sun Microsystems’ once illustrious reseller channel – it is five years this week since grim reaper Oracle bought the server giant.
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HP reveals which execs have a chair once the splitting music stops

HP has revealed who'll be sitting where once the splitting song stops and the company has broken into HP Inc. and HP Enterprise.

Microsoft brings SUNSHINE - but it's a CLOUDY DAY

Stock market not feeling Redmond's way

Seagate belches, chomps down another greenback burger

Storage biz's margins slowly but steadily embiggen

IBM to cut '118k jobs worldwide' – report claims

Updated IBM is reportedly planning to jettison 118,000 workers to counter 11 quarters of declining sales and the impact of shifting industry demand – which, if true, would make it one of the biggest corporate culls on record.

Symantec sources claim exec teams in place by April Fools' Day

Symantec execs will line up under the classic security or information management divisions from April Fools’ Day – no, seriously – amid talk that senior management may revive the Veritas storage brand.

Ex-G-Cloud bigwig Chant weighs in on GDS' framework rebrand

But, but... we won 'hearts and minds'
Kat Hall, 26 Jan 13:25

Brightstar deal means Post Office mobile network could be a thing

A dozen stamps, some parcel tape and a new SIM, please
Simon Rockman, 26 Jan 12:44

Shareholders pen outraged letter about Ellison's bulging package

Plus the Board never pays attention to us, SEC told
Kat Hall, 26 Jan 11:25

Official: Whiteboxer Super Micro is a $2bn server company

+Comment First $500 million quarter
Chris Mellor, 26 Jan 09:26

Why so tax-shy, big tech firms? – Bank of England governor

Carney concerned over Rise of the machines, too
Kat Hall, 23 Jan 15:57

All-flash case rehash: Modus vs Nimbus lawyers off to DC

Venue moved from California
Chris Mellor, 23 Jan 13:08

Microsoft raids Symantec, snaps up UK licensing sales head

It's a ‘mobile first, cloud first’ world
Paul Kunert, 23 Jan 12:46

What was Tim Cook worth to Apple in 2014? $9 MILLION, apparently

CEO handed bulging package after 'extraordinary' year
Kat Hall, 23 Jan 12:14

Gov.UK inhaled G-Cloud, spat out framework – ex-lead claims

Original team member claims there are 'vision' problems
Kat Hall, 23 Jan 11:02

Telefónica to offload O2 to Three daddy Hutchison for £10.25bn

Talks reported last week, confirmed on Friday
Paul Kunert, 23 Jan 09:32

Seagate's spinning rust most likely to crash, claims backup biz

PLEASE! They're using consumer drives in enterprise gear, says firm
Chris Mellor, 23 Jan 09:03

Symantec data centre security software has security holes

Stop face-palming and start patching - the fixes are out there
Darren Pauli, 23 Jan 08:33

Never mind those touch apps, full Office 2016 is coming this year

Both Windows and OS X to get desktop suite revamps in 2015
Neil McAllister, 23 Jan 07:58

Amazon gobbles chips firm Annapurna to speed up cloudy data centers

Stealth firm could solve networking costs conundrum for AWS
Neil McAllister, 23 Jan 01:17

Mega-firm Carphone Dixons toasts £375m profit forecast

Dixons Carphone Warehouse has raised its profit expectation for its first financial year 2014/15 to £355m-£375m, following a bumper Christmas trading period.
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Will fondleslab's fickle finger of fate help Windows 10?

Just two and half years ago Microsoft dropped Windows 8 on the world, playing Redmond’s card in the touch-tablet game against Apple’s iPad and Google’s Android.

Network virty comes to VMware's cloud

VMware's made some tweaks to its vCloud Air public cloud.

Data centre hunger gives Ethernet switch market a boost

Market research outfit Infonetics reckons the data centre Ethernet market is set for a shake-up as 25 Gbps and 50 Gbps drive the migration from 10 Gbps products.

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European Commission still silent despite Ireland's plea

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Claims that cloud will drive Oracle's future growth ring hollow
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