A falling tech market sinks all boats
Cloud business grows double digits but can't offset sluggish on-prem IT sales
Still burning bank notes, but at least not at both ends
£130m tax bill over 10 years biggest settlement outside US
One of the 'most efficient and resilient data centres in Europe'
$11bn is still $11bn
After her campaign garnered just four per cent of the vote in the New Hampshire primaries, Carly Fiorina has announced that she has suspended her run to be US commander in chief, but will carry on campaigning.
Chip designer ARM once again posted bumper annual results, with profits up 31 per cent to £414.8m on revenue of £968m, up 22 per cent.
But sector still took jobs hit and an 11% pay cut in 'real terms'
'Workspace One' to compete with Citrix's Workspace Suite, with help from new PCoIP alternative 'Blast'
Sysadmin Blog Are enterprises really starting to act like service providers? If you ask vendors, social media and "thought influencers" hired to speak at conferences, the answer is yes. I'm not so sure.
The world’s wealthiest activist shareholder, Steve Ballmer, has offered another critique of Microsoft, the company he helped build.
Analysis Hands out cash for activist investor's fund to manage, too
Review Steady on: Nothing shocking, but it's good kit nonetheless
Commodity servers ate my storage hardware lunch
Unlisted company doing well off decline of legacy arrays
Ponder: How much paper was used to promise paperless NHS?
Info exploited, say customers
Latest departure in executive exodus
And Accenture and Atos and ... wait, no Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure?
You'll never think of 'Cisco Live' in quite the same way again
Troubled smartphone biz's latest recovery plan: Paying fewer people
They liked him so much, they brought him to the company
Eyes up prospect of tasty 4G
The company's stance on lavender locks? 'Just rock it!'
It's costing us $13m... but the cops are on their tail
Microsoft is again rattling Google’s cage by throwing money at channel folk that convert small businesses into Office 365 believers.
Oracle's former US sales chief Keith Block has been handed the keys to Salesforce by his boss Marc Benioff.
Continued growth of mobile broadband, connected devices and economic development will have data consumption rising by 53 per cent yearly from now to 2020.
Microsoft has yet to go public on the number of Surface Pro power cords it is recalling over fire concerns, but the US Consumer Product Safety Commission has: it’s more than two million Stateside alone.
Customer experience done right
A VC with startup agenda slams established suppliers. Surprised? Neither were we
And where's Violin Memory?
- Health Secretary promises NHS £4.2bn to go 'digital'
- TalkTalk confesses: Scammers have data about our engineers' visits to your home
- Carly Fiorina makes like HP and splits – ex-CEO quits White House race
- Heart Internet in 22-hour TITSUP after data centre power stuffup
- Ballmer schools SatNad on Microsoft's mobile strategy: You need one
Will the end of cheap money cast a cloud over 2016?
Just as well Azure and Office 365 are growing
Do you know where your data is?
Cool Texas dude is just your average billionaire
Follow the money – or, at least, our projections
Sweat the details