But billions still going on backoffice
Orange, SFR, Bouygues et Free have been there, done that
CEO aims to 'minimise disruption' of PC and printer break out while rivals sneer
All about 'rebalancing' don't yer know
Gilbert Fiorentino in the dock, keeping brother Carl brother company
BlackBerry? Who they?
Not wanting to be confused with the vicious band of Middle Eastern warmongerers, ISIS Equity Partners has killed off its old brand, and is now answering the phones as Living Bridge.
Six potential candidates are in the running to replace Computacenter’s outgoing UK managing director Neil Muller, who has resigned but remains on board until the end of January.
Sets out contractor for modernised network
DRaaS set to appear late next year
Clive Coombes, the man who tried and failed to save the Comet brand, appears to be struggling to keep his existing business Lewisons Wholesale (LS) afloat, with supplier debts now mounting.
Huawei’s chief storage boffin says the company has looked at the looming crisis in storage technology with concern.
We don't even know where some of them ARE – Maude
Exclusive Database giant declines to comment
And you thought financial IT was scary
£56m fine for blundering RBS, Ulster and Natwest
Fat fingered geo-block kept Aussies in the dark
Only 7 of 50 parliamentarians plump for Samsung Galaxy S
Streamlining workflows, and easier processing for Hadoop-using apps
Follows Simplivity, but with added metro cluster support
+Comment Fingers ISIS as likely attacker
Plunder your servers, not ours, says Irish govt
Rivals squeezed as buy of NMS bolsters outsourcing giant
Data tiering and virtualisation come to MSA array land
Analysis VMware spin-off? Let the shareholders decide
Cisco's chief architect and CTO for engineering David Ward has blasted standards development organisations (SDOs), asking whether they are “relevant in a rapidly expanding environment of Open Source Software (OSS) projects.”
Oracle and SAP have settled their long-running dispute over third-party support outfit TomorrowNow.
Amazon upped the ante for application development on Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Thursday, with the launch of a new service that lets developers write event-driven code without having to manage any infrastructure.
Departments using large system integrators are eligible for VAT refunds from their IT, while those purchasing off-the-shelf "cloud" services will be entitled to nada, according to the latest draft HMRC guidance.
VMware spin-off? Let the shareholders decide
Tandberg and Sphere3D deals offer hope after 18 bad ones
Declining revenues becoming a common theme
Plus: Will NASA return to the fold?
Linux-type vibe is great, though
Better analytics needed in the survival stakes. No, REALLY
- NOKIA - Not FINNished yet! BEHOLD the somewhat DULL MYSTERY DEVICE!
- That dreaded syncing feeling: Will Microsoft EVER fix OneDrive?
- Windows Phone will snatch biz No 2 spot from Android – analyst
- Microsoft's Azure goes TITSUP PLANET-WIDE AGAIN in cloud FAIL
- Giant bank IT cockup of 2012 'could have brought down ENTIRE financial system'
No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly
Life after Dell sale
XiaOW-ME - that's gotta hurt
Microsoft's strategy is to make Store apps popular. Good luck with that
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms