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Juniper in the red as product biz bleeds sales in 'challenging' Q4

CEO Rahim: 'we are moving with urgency'
Paul Kunert, 28 Jan 16:35

Veritas is home. Symantec’s storage split-off adopts old name

Moniker re-emergence the final unravelling of a doomed deal
Chris Mellor, 28 Jan 15:51

Windows fondleslab price war FINALLY pulls in the punters

All it took was a reduction of 70 per cent. Margin, what margin?
Paul Kunert, 28 Jan 14:50

Spinning rust into gold: WD profit grows ... though sales dip

+Comment Rival Seagate being outsold by Milligan’s Mob
Chris Mellor, 28 Jan 13:04

Spartan on Windows 7? Microsoft is 'watching demand'

Extensions plan coming
Gavin Clarke, 28 Jan 12:34

Hungry UK IT biz, VC firm to swallow former Ericsson arm Damovo – sources

Daisy Group to take UK ops, Oakley Capital the rest: tipsters
Paul Kunert, 28 Jan 11:02

Five years of Sun software under Oracle: Were the critics right?

Oracle-Sun anniversary Back in 2010, critics worried that Sun Microsystems' software portfolio would wither on the vine once Oracle got its hands on it. Five years on and the worst fears have proven baseless, yet former Sun diehards have had plenty to be disappointed about since Larry Ellison & Co gobbled the former server heavyweight.

Win Sun, lose Sun: How Larry's bet on old-world systems hurt Oracle

Oracle-Sun anniversary Feeling calm and relaxed? Join the Reg on a journey to an alternate reality where Oracle’s cloud business is the envy of all of its competitors. It holds two trillion objects and is growing faster now than at any time in its history.

Regin super-malware has Five Eyes fingerprints all over it says Kaspersky

Keylogger plugin built on source code known to come from spookhauses

VMware cracks US$6bn for the year, says SaaS will slow growth

New businesses are doing well, but cloudy cash comes in spurts
Apple Watch

Horrifying iPhone sales bring Apple $18bn profit A QUARTER

Apple chief exec Tim Cook has said his company's smartwatch won't go on sale until April – not that he's too fussed about the delay, given Apple has banked $18 BILLION in profit since October.

Wall St wolves tear chunk off Microsoft: There goes $30bn!

The morning after Microsoft published its second quarter figures, its share price tumbled 10 per cent as markets opened in New York – wiping $30bn off its value.

PwC: Forget margin, tech biz, HUSTLE for that SALE

Also, you could be sold for parts. Sorry.
Kat Hall, 27 Jan 15:42

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 Five years on, what did Larry's lot do to Sun's partner network?
Paul Kunert, 27 Jan 09:06

HP reveals which execs have a chair once the splitting music stops

Whitman and Weiseler confirmed as heads of Enterprise and HP Inc.
Simon Sharwood, 27 Jan 05:02

Microsoft brings SUNSHINE – but it's a CLOUDY DAY

Stock market's not feeling Redmond's way
Neil McAllister, 26 Jan 23:58

Seagate belches, chomps down another greenback burger

Storage biz's margins slowly but steadily embiggen
Chris Mellor, 26 Jan 17:21

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

Updated No comment from Big Blue or our sources, though
Paul Kunert, 26 Jan 15:43

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

Have you heard the one about the Veritas brand being dug up?
Paul Kunert, 26 Jan 14:01

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

But, but... we won 'hearts and minds'
Kat Hall, 26 Jan 13:25
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Free Windows 10 could mean the END for Microsoft and the PC biz

Analysis First the good news: Windows 10 will be free – for one year.
Man wrinkles his eyes in an expression of pain, annoyance or dsicomfort

ULLtraDIMM dam plus inventory oops smacks SanDisk’s Q4 growth

+Comment The expansion of SanDisk’s business nearly stopped in its latest quarter, with revenue growth stalled and profits down as it lost a major customer, experienced troubles in its supply chain and the ULLtraDIMM injunction took hold. Just a temporary setback guys, nothing to see here, move along folks.
Windows 10

FIVE Things (NOT 10: these are REAL) from the WINDOWS 10 event

Analysis Microsoft offered a teaser of its work across its three main platforms yesterday, enough to give us an insight into how well Operation Relevance is going. It’s very much a work in progress. Here are the five key points on Windows 10 and the accompanying strategy.

EMC parachutes EMEA bigwig into UK boss role

EMC has unloaded UK managing director responsibilities onto EMEA head Adrian McDonald on an interim basis following the defection of James Petter to flash adversary Pure Storage.

Opinion

Lost

Jennifer Baker

European Commission still silent despite Ireland's plea

Neil McAllister

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

Features

AWS and Salesforce match up to Ellison's hardware
Five years on, what did Larry's lot do to Sun's partner network?
But here's why we're (probably) not staring at a crash
BlackBerry Passport
Network intelligence - our secret weapon
Pebble Steel
Meet the man who accidentally created the smartwatch hype
No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly