Hardware and chip research stay, servers and storage 'shift' to Linux and pastures new
Downside: more time and money; Upside: VMware hints at two-yearly release cycle
Blocks and Files Analyst spins spin-off from tech king's tin
Tribune BS becomes Tribune SI after pre-pack deal
Supply to remain in constraint until summer, customers warned
Plus: A fix for hacker's delight IE 0-day...
Comment Not too long ago, selling middleware and tools to software developers was a big business.
Northamber's colourful chairman is forecasting a "more worthwhile future" - one that is less dependent on tech hardware - but the latest financials still bear the scorch-marks of attempts put out its burning PC biz.
EU tries another eye-rollingly naff campaign to get women into ICT jobs
Old management exodus effect hits; can new CEO fix the firm?
On 3 December, 2013, the US Patent And Trademark Office signed off patent 8,601,473, titled “Architecture for managing I/O and storage for a virtualization environment”.
VMware launched its VSAN virtual storage array today, and the feedback was generally positive – with one sticking point: VMware's decision to withhold pricing information until "the week of March 10."
Go on, stroke his hair - he's YOURS now
Vandebussche answers call to shore-up biz practises post number probe
Remembering a personal computing pioneer
Email addresses bared to world+dog by gaffe-prone ISP
2013 financials: Sales down, losses widen
Moz tells Reg: We're looking into this
10 years of Facebook Better duck, Amazon... Hardware drone incoming
New 'omni-channel' strategy includes (shock) Windows 8 tabs
Everyone wants battery-friendly chips or beefy server silicon, says IDC
Death wow OS reclaims title as Redmond's fastest-growing
Peter Oppenheimer won't be the last Jobs-era hyper-growth author to move on
We'll find out in two years, former Sybase man says
Vid 'We didn't put hardware and software together soon enough' he tells uni kids
Chin up, hybrid storage firm... they're selling like hot cakes
Lumbering tech distributor Ingram Micro is banking on the biggest restructure in its European history to make the biz leaner and meaner, regional president Gerhard Schultz has revealed.
Cost-cutting Hitachi Data Systems has put a couple of senior execs on notice of redundancy, including UK and Ireland channel bigwig Neill Burton and veep for emerging markets Russell Hill.
Microsoft is loosening restrictions for business customers who want the full-fat edition of Windows – the Enterprise Edition.
Around two in five people who fall victim to CryptoLocker have agreed to pay a ransom of around £300 to recover their files, according to a survey of victims.
After lying in a deathlike slumber for years, the developer market is twitching
A numbers geek's guide to translating financial statements
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I hate to say I told you so, but...
Nadella. It's about time. He's been Satya for 22 years
- Windows XP market share GROWS AGAIN, outstrips Win 8.1 surge
- Dell charges £16 TO INSTALL FIREFOX on PCs – Mozilla is miffed
- Women! You too can be 'cool' and 'fun' if you work in tech!
- Microsoft to get in XP users' faces with one last warning
- Vid Steve Ballmer: Thanks to me, Microsoft screwed up a decade in phones
We drill into what's causing seismic shifts in the networking world
Successes? Oh, we've had a few...
Partners and tackling that PC myth...
'If you want to reach the globe the most, we're the cloud vendor to do it'
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