887 jobs 'preserved' in the process, says administrator PwC
Be afeared, me hearties, these scoundrels be spying our signals
Analysis Nice treasure chest ye have there. Shame if it fell overboard
Larry to spend more time with his, er, in his CTO chair
Round 2 of layoffs sees jobs cut company-wide
Comment Sooner or later a big player's going to catch one in the eye
IBM has instituted a new, mandatory training program for some US employees whom management claims don't measure up in the skills department – and participants will be required to give up 10 per cent of their salaries for the privilege.
Solutions? 'I don't know - but SIs could help'
A small part of John Chambers' $1bn cloud play goes into action
As we reported two days ago:
Reg Events Very few businesses don’t rely on technology these days. Yet how often do they place real strategic power in the hands of the people running IT? You know who we mean - you.
Senior Lib Dem in 'trying to be relevant' shocker. It's only taxpayers' money, after all
Channel recruitment plans are stalling - and US spy accusations still dog the firm
Satya Nadella, axeman of the geeks
The hyperconverged hardware market just became a little more crowded
Claims strong results from 'managed cloud' strategy leave it better off alone
No economies of scale? Shut up shop and go home, Chinese firms tells rivals
Merger will lead to mainframe and COBOL powerhouse
+Comment Come on everybody, let's upload all our stuff into Government by Cloud
Nice Big Data market niche biz y'got there, partner
Multiple desktops and live tiles in restored Start button star in new vids
Angry Microsoftie hauls auctioneers to court over stalled Pzkw. IV 'deal'
He's taking his cash and leaving Mojang
But it'll have no impact and will be seamless, we're told
Founder blames 'ruthless network partners' for implosion
To help bridge the gap between its two mobile platforms, Google has released a beta version of a technology that allows Chrome OS users to run Android apps on their desktops.
Scots may vote to leave the United Kingdom, ending a union lasting 307 years, on 18 September. Until a few weeks ago, the referendum on independence looked like an easy win for those wanting to stay in the union - or to use the parlance of the campaign, "no" voters.
Citrix has shaken up its cloud division with at least one senior executive checking out.
Apple is set to be the biggest player in the smartwatch market, Canalys analysts have predicted.
Come on everybody, let's upload all our stuff into Government by Cloud
Six months until captain leaves the bridge
Pressure to perform for stock market bearing down on disties
Anything that simple to use has got to be complex to set up
Channel firms should choose vendor weapons wisely
This time, Larry's Oracle is going after the networking giants
- 'Windows 9' LEAK: Microsoft's playing catchup with Linux
- JINGS! Microsoft Bing called Scots indyref RIGHT!
- Phones 4u slips into administration after EE cuts ties with Brit mobe retailer
- Every billionaire needs a PANZER TANK, right? STOP THERE, Paul Allen
- Microsoft buys Minecraft for $2.5bn. Notch: I'm getting the block outta here
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms
No email? No CRM? No Daily Mail iPad edition? You need a plan
Sinofsky's hybrid strategy looks dafter than ever
Failure to crack next-gen semiconductors threatens to set back humanity
SMEs get lip service - what they need is dinner at the Club