Industry vet Paul Eccleston heads up investment arm for Midlands-based group
'Listen people, calm down and carry on'
Ireland boss adds UK to her list of duties
French firm sets its sights on US takeover
‘Failed projects have long been an expensive cliché … this is no exception’
Not interested in punishing companies 'left, right and centre'
Here we are again in the early days of a month, so off we go to Netmarketshare and StatCounter to see what the world's computers are running.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise, one of two new companies that will emerge once the current HP splits off its PCs and printers business from its enterprise IT offerings, has filed Form 10 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, an important milestone in the separation process.
That is a VERY expensive LTE option indeed
Virtzilla and partner Carahsoft to pay US$75 MEELLION in overcharging settlement
IBM looks to be in the clear to sell off its ailing chippery division to GlobalFoundries after US regulators gave the deal the nod on Tuesday.
Bill Veghte, the HP exec who since October has led the company's effort to split into two separate businesses, is parting ways with the firm.
'Vast new wave of opportunities for security breaches’
Company will burn millions shutting down biz
Please, sir, can we have a Custom Support Agreement?
£16bn moneypit project shambles on, ignoring deadlines as it goes
5.5% fall masks increased activity, says Gartner
Brit boffins' test of 14 prominent privacy tunnels finds leaks galore thanks to IPv6 mess
Launches tools to forestall surprises
Infosec firms confirm they're dating – but not exclusively
‘Seasonally weak’ mobility business to blame
'Significant issues already exist' with spybox tech, too
Analysis It's do-or-die for Microsoft's new operating system on 29 July
AWS, Google and Azure in front, but archiving not core workloads are the sweet spot
Project is one of four so bad it's easier to flush the money down the toiilet
It's almost as if they WANT people to leave
CIA-backed Big Data analytics outfit Palantir is about to embark on a fundraising round that will value the biz at $20bn (£13bn), according to reports.
IBM and Box are hopping into bed together, a move intended to satisfy their respective desires for cloud and scale.
The hedge fund that outgoing NTT Com Security overlord Simon Church is joining has $125m to splash on new investments in cyber defence and data services.
Pure Storage is at it again: the all flash array startup has raided bitter rival EMC's reservation and made off with chief marketing officer Jonathan Martin, who will fulfil the same function at his new paymaster.
Clouds sell compute by the glass. On-premises kitmakers want to sell wine-as-a-service
Privacy, security, information sovereignty, what we all want, right?
Redmond devotees may as well have demanded manga desktop wallpaper
Samsung ponders thwarted efforts to climb up the stack
- Windows 7 and 8.1 market share surge, XP falls behind OS X
- Microsoft in Blighty reveals its 78 THOUSAND POUND Surface 3 slabloid
- NHS IT failures mount as GP data system declared unfit for purpose
- Privacy watchdog ICO slashes its fines in half
- We read Hewlett Packard Enterprise's 316-page post-split blueprint so you don't have to
Nice devices, now speak 'enterprise' to me
Standard Form 86 reads like a biography of each intelligence worker
Breaking through the hardware barricades to a new network state
Hardware acceleration – busted
Could they work together? Yeah, why not
‘AWS is to the era of cloud what Microsoft is to client/server’