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Gartner ranks upstart trio ahead of EMC, HP and IBM in battle for flash array dominance

Analysts break down why some are ahead and some are behind
Chris Mellor, 13 Sep 00:10

HP: We will eradicate the colour grey from our market

Claims $2m clawback, volley of legal bombs ready to burst
Paul Kunert, 12 Sep 16:22

Slough isn't fit for humans now, says Amazon. We're going to Shoreditch

Come friendly bombs, which are on Prime
Jasper Hamill, 12 Sep 14:04

UK.gov's flagship infosec program ISN'T DELIVERING - but all's still well, say auditors

'Varied' understanding is no barrier to £860m cash pile
John Leyden, 12 Sep 10:56

Retailers toast welcome return of Back2School notebook biz

Small snag: nobody's getting rich on latest surge of low-cost lappies
Paul Kunert, 12 Sep 10:25

Tech starfleet: Will EMC Federation survive a Tucci departure?

Comment Six months until captain leaves the bridge
Chris Mellor, 12 Sep 09:02
Larry Page's new yacht, 'Senses'

Hey, HP shareholders! Mike Lynch is set to buy a 180-foot superyacht with his Autonomy loot

Exclusive Mike Lynch, the man whose sale of software biz Autonomy to HP resulted in an $8.8bn writedown at the US titan and ongoing probes by the Serious Fraud Office, the US Justice Department and the SEC, is set to splash out some of his gains on an enormous yacht.
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spɹɐʍʞɔɐB writing is spammers' new mail filter avoidance trick

Spammers are writing emails backwards in an attempt to sneak past spam filters, security researcher Brian Bebeau has found.

EMC has nothing to say on VMware sale plan

Rumour and counter-rumour swirl around Wall Street
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Ex-Autonomy execs: HP's latest wad blows apart fraud allegations

Another week, another round in the ongoing bunfight between HP and the former management team of Autonomy. This time, the ex-Autonomy bods have claimed that new court documents filed by HP prove the latter has misrepresented the reasons why it had to write down $8.8bn in its botched acquisition of Autonomy in 2011.
HP cloud

HP gulps cloud upstart Eucalyptus, says Helion is all-in for ... OpenStack

HP has acquired open-source hybrid cloud software maker Eucalyptus, in a surprise move to bolster its Helion cloud offerings – but what that means for the Eucalyptus software is anyone's guess.

Not appy with your Chromebook? Well now it can run Android apps

Google offers beta of tricky OS-inside-OS tech
Neil McAllister, 11 Sep 19:07

Scottish independence: Will it really TEAR the HEART from IT firms?

You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
SA Mathieson, 11 Sep 12:31

Citrix rips up and rebuilds CloudStack business

Veteran cloud kids depart
Gavin Clarke, 11 Sep 12:01

Apple Watch will CONQUER smartwatch world – analysts

After Applelocalypse, other wristputers will get stuck in
Jasper Hamill, 11 Sep 11:19

Trustmarque sold to biz process outsourcing specialist Liberata

York-based reseller avoids administration, management stays on board
Paul Kunert, 11 Sep 09:03

Seagate spins up new Cloud Systems and Solutions group

ClusterStor kit refreshed and 'enterprise capacity' two terabytes, two-incher revealed
Simon Sharwood, 11 Sep 07:01

iPhone 6, Watch: Hate it or really hate it, Apple's now a $604.77bn biz

Up $17bn after iDay 2014
Shaun Nichols, 11 Sep 06:22

What's an Ultrabook? Now Intel touts 2-in-1 typoslabs to save PC biz

IDF 2014 They're tablets! They're laptops! They've got no wires! Aw, just buy 'em
Neil McAllister, 11 Sep 01:20

Intel: Hey, enterprises, drop everything and DO HADOOP

IDF 2014 Big Data analytics projected to run on more servers than any other app
Neil McAllister, 10 Sep 23:02

Cloud? Nah, we're not bothering with that, say HALF of enterprises

IT departments lack the skills and suppliers still 'finding their feet'
Paul Kunert, 10 Sep 15:54

Headhunters on the, er, hunt for Andy Hunt's successor

EMEA channel veep hits the EJECT button, off to pursue interests'
Paul Kunert, 10 Sep 13:49

Ex Red Hat CTO installs self as Google Cloud boss

12 years and all I got was this lousy 25-word 'goodbye'?
Gavin Clarke, 10 Sep 11:38

Brit giant Daisy Group extends deadline for buyers to make a mark

Consortium led by CEO Matthew Riley given extra fortnight for due diligence
Paul Kunert, 10 Sep 09:15

VMware updates vSphere, recommends new security fixes

Final nail in XP's coffin as Virtzilla bans it as Web Client host?
Simon Sharwood, 10 Sep 03:58
Nervous girl bites nails

It's official: Vendors are NOT shifting that networked storage

IDC's second 2014 quarter storage tracker shows networked storage array revenues fell for the second quarter in a row, with both high-end and mid-range array sales affected. It marks 12 months of high-end storage revenue decline.

CenturyLink said to have pondered Rackspace buy

US telco CenturyLink is said to be considering an attempt to acquire Rackspace, according to Bloomberg.
Mobile phone stolen by pickpocket

Thieves steal more iPhones than any other handset, warns UK government

Apple iPhone owners in England and Wales are the most likely group of citizens to have their handsets snatched by thieves, the UK government warned today.
Terror at 20,000 feet

'Everywhere I look ... it's bad': HP claims email shows Autonomy CFO panic, pre-buyout

In the latest court filing in HP's rancorous legal squabble with former Autonomy execs, the tech giant has revealed what it describes as a damning email from ex-Autonomy CFO Sushovan Hussain, prompting a spokesperson for the latter to again accuse HP of "smear tactics."

Opinion

Joe Tucci EMC
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Felipe Costa

Pressure to perform for stock market bearing down on disties
Columns of coins in the cloud

Michael Cote

Anything that simple to use has got to be complex to set up
Internet of Things

Gavin Clarke

This time, Larry's Oracle is going after the networking giants
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