It's a write-off, say auditors
Worstall on Wednesday Um, NOT BLOODY LIKELY!
FYI this isn't just going to target Windows, Linux and OS X fans
Death of the PC? Death of the touch screen revolution more like it
PC, printers still doing OK – but don't ask about the rest
But flaky PSN demand and slowing carrier biz didn't help
IBM says it has delayed the European switchover of the outgoing x86 business to Lenovo by one month in a bid to side-step sales disruption in its busiest quarter of the year.
Analysis Brocade is a member of the flat revenue Earth society, with its mix of annual and quarterly Fibre Channel and Ethernet revenues hardly changing between last year and this year.
Make ex-Google mobe firm a success
CEO DeNuccio: Concerto will have their ears
The turnaround at Phoenix IT Group initiated by CEO Steve Vaughan was never going to happen overnight and the latest set of declining half-year numbers for the period ended September are testament to that point.
Acquisition-hungry Advanced Computer Software (ACS) has itself been acquired by private equity firm Vista for £725m.
Important payments were processed manually
Could SDN alignments be a subtle 'trust us, we're open' move?
UPGRADE NOW to fix vuln found in all previous versions
NSA fingered as likely source of complex malware family
Auditors very interested in what happened in 2004 to 2009
Insight and Phoenix IT grab Lot 2 spot of £1.2bn procurement rig
Industry vet poached for enterprise solutions biz
Gartner points to critical capabilities for decision
In talks with Spanish owner Telefonica
'So long and thanks for all the cheese'
VCs pumping in that money like it's 2001
Choc teapot in Choc Factory melt threat
But billions still going on backoffice
Orange, SFR, Bouygues et Free have been there, done that
Maxta has announced the launch of its MxSP, the first Cisco-certified hyper-converged system to run on UCS C-Series servers and support metro-distance clusters.
Microsoft suffered a major outage on its cloud service Azure overnight.
+Comment Western financial institutions should prepare themselves for cyber attacks from Islamic militants, the head of the City of London police warns.
Last Friday, Apple, Oracle, IBM, HP and other cloud bigwigs (represented by DigitalEurope) begged the EU for help in preventing the US seizing emails stored by Microsoft in Ireland. Now Ireland itself has done the same.
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
- Regin: The super-spyware the security industry has been silent about
- Samsung to boot out Shin after Galaxy S5 tanks – report
- US taxmen won't say WHY they're probing Microsoft. So Redmond is suing the IRS
- BT in talks to RE-SLURP O2 after spitting it out a decade ago
- Let's vote on breaking up Google, say MEPs with NO power to do any such thing
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