... we've enough trouble with Regin as it is
Former CEO has political ambitions again, according to Washington DC sources
HP says fiscal '15 will be flat. Fiscal '16? Not prepared to say
Cuckoo clocks and cheese no match for iThings
Even their losses are levelling off. You listening, NetApp?
UK firm hits £500m sales milestone
Around £219m in IT investments in the much-maligned Universal Credit programme may be written off, a National Audit Office report has revealed today.
Worstall on Wednesday Amazingly, economists have figured out a few things...even things that can help in this brave new digital world. One of these is the "marketplaces vs firm" debate.
FYI this isn't just going to target Windows, Linux and OS X fans
Death of the PC? Death of the touch screen revolution more like it
HP performed about as well as the analysts expected for the fourth quarter of its fiscal 2014, which is to say it was another difficult quarter that put the cap on what has been a trying year for the tarnished tech titan.
Brit telco and tech services playa KCOM Group has kickstarted a cost-cutting programme to counter a wobbly top and bottom line, not helped by the collapse of Phone4You and slower than expected PSN demand.
Big Blue moves to avoid potential calamity
Analysis Plus: Is storage firm REALLY shopping itself...
Make ex-Google mobe firm a success
CEO DeNuccio: Concerto will have their ears
Turnover slips ... but hey, revenue is vanity. Profit's up
Private equity firm likely to be eyeing ACS's margins
Important payments were processed manually
Could SDN alignments be a subtle 'trust us, we're open' move?
UPGRADE NOW to fix vuln found in all previous versions
NSA fingered as likely source of complex malware family
Auditors very interested in what happened in 2004 to 2009
Insight and Phoenix IT grab Lot 2 spot of £1.2bn procurement rig
Industry vet poached for enterprise solutions biz
Gartner points to critical capabilities for decision
Exclusive Oracle is rumoured to be closing all its European support centres with less than 100 staff - a move that could affect hundreds of employees.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has identified "technical and security vulnerabilities" in its £284.9m central benefits payment system - responsible for underpinning the much-maligned Universal Credit programme and processing 13 million payments each week, The Register can reveal.
RBS, Natwest and Ulster Bank have today been hit with a £56m fine from regulators for their IT meltdowns in 2012.
The post via Tor (right) and what Aussies saw. © The Register
VMware spin-off? Let the shareholders decide
Tandberg and Sphere3D deals offer hope after 18 bad ones
Declining revenues becoming a common theme
Plus: Will NASA return to the fold?
Linux-type vibe is great, though
Better analytics needed in the survival stakes. No, REALLY
- Apple’s $700 BEEELLION market cap makes it more valuable than Switzerland
- Samsung to boot out Shin after Galaxy S5 tanks – report
- IDC: iPad sales CRASH incoming ... Win 8 killing 2-in-1 typoslabs
- Why did it take antivirus giants YEARS to drill into super-scary Regin? Symantec responds...
- Universal Credit CRISIS: Up to £200m in IT spend WASTED – NAO
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
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms