Job security in tech? Maybe try another industry
Brothers get five and six years of stripey suntan time
Cloud OS at the bottom, server in the middle and a dedicated client on top
Vendors did the server jig and more cash poured from the clouds (oh and hyperscale)
Support for Amazon-lookalike clouds is back in HP's IaaS
Microsoft founder back on Forbes rich list
An end to the four-year legal battle against Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe for alleged wage-fixing is in sight, with a judge having set a final hearing date for the proposed $415m (£270m) settlement.
VMware has released its Form 10-K, the annual report in which entities listed in the USA are required to offer a warts-and-all account of all the things that could possibly go wrong.
Firm alleges investors didn't realize Big Blue would need to PAY to have its chips hauled off
If you can't build virtualised networks like everyone else at MWC, buy 'em
Lenovo bagged a paltry US$250,000 from the deal that saw it install the Superfish certificate slurper onto PCs, according to reports.
As organisations using Windows Server 2003 march - perhaps with ill-found confidence - toward the expiry date for Microsoft support, Insight Enterprises has scare stories galore warnings for them.
Biggest buy since Autonomy
Firm that makes machines that make chips makes statement
Big Blue set to appeal
Loss-making B2B comms outfit looks for new boss and non-exec directors
MWC 2015 We've missed you, Stephen Elop
MWC 2015 The all-IP, gigabit dream is within reach... just buy our kit
Relies on high speed web connections
Not even nuking it from orbit will do the job, we fear
MWC 2015 Can I borrow your charger?
By Windows 10 launch our systems will be PURE, honest
Sources say suppliers to be squeezed to help save biz $300m
DWP chucks more money at car crash of a programme
Losses are lessening, but can it get the result it wants
Big Cheeses moved around
Six days ago Gemalto, the world's largest SIM card manufacturer, was told that back in 2010 it had been ransacked by NSA and GCHQ hackers. Today the company gave itself the all-clear: no encryption keys, used to secure phone calls from eavesdroppers, were stolen, it claims.
Updated Lenovo's domain name lenovo.com appears to have fallen victim to cyber-mischief-makers Lizard Squad.
Comment Despite lousy dollar exchange rates, HP storage revenues are climbing – unlike those of NetApp, which fingered those same exchange rates as the cause of its woes.
If the future of big data is Hadoop, those peddling it still have a long journey ahead of the them.
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
FCoE? Oh yeah, I remember rumours about that
Big Blue's lost year
SO cosy and safe, mummy
European Commission still silent despite Ireland's plea
- $250K: That's what Lenovo earned to RAT YOU OUT with Superfish
- IBM sued for talking up semiconductor business it couldn't give away
- CONFIRMED: Tiny Windows Server is on the way
- Insight: Have you heard about Windows Server 2003 support?
- He can't give it away FAST ENOUGH: Bill Gates richest man in world again
... and thank heavens they do
You see a diversity tickbox nightmare, I see human beings
Red Hat again?
AWS and Salesforce match up to Ellison's hardware
Five years on, what did Larry's lot do to Sun's partner network?
But here's why we're (probably) not staring at a crash