No, this is not a joke...
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 big infrastructure vendors all made significant announcements in advance of Mobile World Congress, holding their beauty parades before the distractions of the event itself. While there was a lot of the inevitable "5G" vision-making on show, the main focus was on something more real: new platforms which could be deployed in a one-to-two-year rather than a five-year timeframe.
An automated service call system pilot at HP – which we are told cost $72m to develop – is fundamentally flawed because it often relies on patchy web connectivity, engineers are complaining.
Not even nuking it from orbit will do the job, we fear
MWC 2015 Can I borrow your charger?
Barely a week after the breaking of the Superfish scandal, Lenovo has done a complete reverse ferret on bloatware - promising that by the time Windows 10 comes out its systems will be as pure as they can be.
BP has confirmed it is looking to squeeze costs from its annual ICT budget on the back of crashing oil prices, and well-placed sources tell us the business wants to identify $300m in savings.
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
Sales soar globally, but forex, retail PC price erosion weigh
Comment VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
Everyone wants a bigger piece of the cyber security pie
Noticed an increase in scamming late last year
Support upstart Rimini Street's secret allies are Nevada jurors
Ginni eyes $40bn-a-year sales
Medium-term forecast? Sorry, never heard of it
CGI takeover info netted man £30k in ill-gotten gains
Exclusive Family illness made exec 'realise life is very short'
Comment Avago has a go, wins neat $606m deal
But Big Blue still needs to hit the SMAC stack
On Friday Lenovo is going to tell the world about how it plans to regain the trust of its users in the wake of the Superfish clusterfuck – and may even launch an independent security audit of its products.
HP kicked off its fiscal 2015 with a disappointing first quarter, reporting revenue and earnings both down for the three months ending on January 31, as compared to the year-ago period.
Fat outsourcing contracts are relatively few and far between these days, so HP’s 10-year, multi-billion dollar global win with Deutsche Bank is a welcome shot in the arm for its declining Enterprise Services division.
Concerns are mounting over the future of Gamma Global amid claims that top brass are reviewing strategic options after hitting a financial bump.
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
... 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