Mark Quartermaine made COO at one of network firm's largest channel biz
Web, IT goliaths to pour gold into more open-source code
Comment No fleas on VMAX, right...
But huge IT biz suckerpunched in the profits by restructuring
UK enterprises falling over themselves to buy tech in Q1
That's £273 an hour to flick a Windows control panel setting. Nice work, chaps
The Bank of England is planning to hire ethical hackers to conduct penetration tests on 20 "major" banks and other financial institutions, it has been reported.
Everybody – at least every multinational that Cisco checked out for its 2014 Annual Security Report – is hosting malware of some kind, and there aren't enough security professionals to go around.
Plans seven-for-one stock split, $130bn capital return
Google mulls 'third-generation of warehouse-scale computing' on Big Blue's open chips
Microsoft and Equinix have interlaced their fleet of data centers to let customers go directly to the Azure cloud from inside 16 co-location data centers around the world.
EMC's share price dipped today after it revealed that fiscal Q1 profits crashed by close to a third on the back of rising operational costs and falling sales of enterprise kit.
49 out of 118 heads transfer to Bell Microsystems
Nearly half a billion dollars of funding to date. But no IPO?
Actually, a tip-top comms network for our 999 heroes
Wikibon prognosticates, says we're all doomed
Realtime protection, apparently
Leaker claims big release due this fall as Microsoft herds us into the CLOUD
Expectation-busting quarter means Gelsinger's ship not slowing down yet
So concludes Verizon's new global data-breach probe
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This bandwagon is up and away, even if it's not carrying that much cash right now
Flash-on-DDR3-sticks to emerge later this year, we're promised
Redmond to be a smartphone maker under new boss Nadella
Is the PC market's death spiral slowing? Some appear to think so
The clock is ticking louder for Windows Server 2003 R2 users
A recent report based on views gathered from resellers reveals Cisco reps are enthusiastically selling Invicta all-flash arrays as both stand-alone and UCS converged arrays against EMC's XtremIO and Pure Storage.
Cybercriminals have already seized upon the end of support for Windows XP as a theme for numerous scams and fake software updates.
A series of customer service blunders by Misco ended with the box-flinging dealer branding a customer "insane".
Three recent reports point to a glowing future for smartphones, tablets, and that nascent and still somewhat ill-defined category known as "wearables."
How long before Blue Big HQ pulls the plug on the whole thing?
CEO becomes chairman after ex-CEO retires
Drives nails forged with Red Hat iron into VCE's coffin
Enormo security firm needs to get serious about acquisitions
Digital Agenda Commish - do we really need one?
- Dell charges £5 to switch on power-saving for new PCs (it takes 5 clicks)
- Got Windows 8.1 Update yet? Get ready for YET ANOTHER ONE – rumor
- IBM rides nightmarish hardware landscape on OpenPOWER Consortium raft
- Enterprise storage will die just like tape did, say chaps with graphs
- Who fancies a billion-quid bonanza? Just flog the Home Office some shiny walkie-talkies
Plus: Taskbars, right-click menus, apps set free
Chopping down the phone tree to scrump low-hanging fruit
Big Blue's big $5bn bet adjusted, modified, reduced, back for more
Redmond needs to discover the mathematics of trust
We drill into what's causing seismic shifts in the networking world
Successes? Oh, we've had a few...