Interview We asked senior veep Nick Earle what it means
Third parties must comply to new standard
Toothless watchdog growls, firm says 'LA LA LA, WE'RE NOT LISTENING'
Restructuring charges wipe out 'barnstorming' UK sales at Frankencorp
Selling knick-knacks? Register or face taxman's WRATH
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Channel partners should eat their own dog food when it comes to deploying hybrid clouds, and use their own infrastructure to develop enterprise apps instead of buying infrastructure-as-a-service from companies like AWS.
With all bets placed behind software and services, IBM needs to quickly re-tune its route to customers to get the right suppliers on board and the revenue dial moving in the right direction again.
Where the hell's our support, shout disgruntled SMEs
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Microsoft has drummed up an impressive amount of support in its fight against the American government – which is demanding access to the US giant's servers in Ireland.
+Comment BT is in talks to acquire EE for £12.5bn. BT had been eying up taking O2 from Telefonica.
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Flash array packing density king bought
'Harder to make money in electronics than he thought'
Clouds and - gasp! - users buying their own kit mean 'Darwinian moment' for techies
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Exclusive ICO tells El Reg it's gathering evidence
Forrester: Forget profits, Microsoft just won't want to do this
Nightmare before Christmas courtesy of RepricerExpress
Last month's patch brought new privilege escalation flaw
'NOT a matter of rocking up, paying some cash and getting a badge'
'We have 13,000 patents at Cisco, 13,000 patents...'
Huddle also looks after UK National Grid
HPC deals, delayed refreshes result in whopping sales spike
AirWatch p0wned, but vRealize and CloudVolumes realized and DevOps embraced
Enterprise reseller Computacenter’s (CC) outgoing big cheese Neil Muller is set to rock up as Daisy Group chief exec from early next year, The Channel can reveal.
Dell is finally falling for the charms of the largest volume disties after signing up Tech Data in parts of mainland Europe ahead of extending the deal to Blighty from next month, or so say multiple sources.
Under the so-called "Google tax" regime due to come in next year, multi-nationals will have to "self-report" any diverted profits to HMRC and then defend their own activities, according to draft legislation on the Diverted Profits Tax published today.
Revving up the acquisition engine got previously misfiring B2B comms and tech outfit Alternative Networks' top line motoring again, but some resulting cost hikes dampened the bottom line.
WD gros fromage: It wasn't $400m
Partnering up with XtremIO rival
How the cloud taught Redmond to play by a new set of rules
VMware spin-off? Let the shareholders decide
Tandberg and Sphere3D deals offer hope after 18 bad ones
Declining revenues becoming a common theme
Meet the man who accidentally created the smartwatch hype
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