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Microsoft boosts Azure's VM creds with price cuts and GS

D-range storage drops its pants
Gavin Clarke, 03 Sep 14:46

Work has started on VMware's secret security disruptor

'Real code is being written' says NSX Daddy Martin Casado
Simon Sharwood, 03 Sep 03:56

NHS to go paperless by 2020. No, really, it will, says gros fromage

Dead tree goalposts are noiselessly, virtually moved once again
Kat Hall, 02 Sep 14:02

Look over here! SAP unveils big data HANA update

Please buy our in-memory databases, says German ERP peddler
Kat Hall, 02 Sep 13:38

BIS shuns Steria HR and payroll shared services centre

Exclusive Yeah, actually, you know those costs, they’re not 'viable' now
Kat Hall, 02 Sep 10:03

VMware bids to bust out of servers and onto Windows desktops

VMworld 2015 AirWatch tweaked to manage Win10
Simon Sharwood, 01 Sep 23:17

Hidden password-stealing malware lurking in your GPU card? Intel Security thinks not

Fears that malware is hiding in people's graphics chipsets may be overclocked, according to Intel Security.

Ed Snowden crocked cloud, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

VMworld 2015 Edward Snowden crocked the cloud for everyone, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.

Danwood CEO Francis exits stage left

Hauled half-dead print services biz back to black

CSC beefs up public sector biz with $390m merger deal

Okays SRA soiree – whatever will be will be
Working Girl film

Apple muscles in on biz world AGAIN – this time with Cisco pact

Apple has inked a deal with networking giant Cisco, as Cupertino beefs up its efforts to pull in more business customers.

MoD gets green light to splash £7.8m on Oracle licences

The Ministry of Defence was given the green light to splash £7.8m on Oracle licences this year, according to official gov info.

VMware unleashes vCAOS on the world

VMworld 2015 VMware's vCloud Air Object Storage with either Google or EMC ViPR
Chris Mellor, 31 Aug 18:47

Administrator tries to squeeze blood out of Stone Computers' parent

Exclusive Pre-pack agreed for Stone Topco but rival bid expected
Paul Kunert, 28 Aug 12:10

Computacenter CEO: Currency headwind? Yep, that hurt alright

But Brit sub strikes back to steady top line, and RDC sale beefs up profits
Paul Kunert, 28 Aug 11:08

Violin's breakeven within reach, but revenues still falling

There’s only so much lipstick you can put on this pig
Chris Mellor, 28 Aug 10:37

Mass redundancy marathon nearly over at HP

Brit heads to roll over the finish line... mostly in Enterprise Services
Paul Kunert, 28 Aug 10:03

Rackspace looks to have bypassed vCloud Director upgrade

Signs with cashed-up upstart AirVM for Virtzilla-powered cloud management
Simon Sharwood, 28 Aug 03:58

The enterprise hardware market is growing. You read that right. Growing

Servers up six points. Switches up, slightly. Routers up. Really. Cloud? Not a killer, it seems
Simon Sharwood, 28 Aug 02:58

Apple's fruity wristjob breathes down Fitbit's neck

Two thirds of flogged smart wearables were Apple Watches
Gavin Clarke, 27 Aug 18:01

HP's 3PAR trifecta soups up entry-level, AFAs and software

Hot new Gen-5 products leaves older Gen-4 10000 series out in the cold
Chris Mellor, 27 Aug 16:15

Win10 PCs still stuck on slow boat from China, warehouses empty

Late release of code to OEMs delays shipments... if anyone cares
Paul Kunert, 27 Aug 12:24

Windows 10 blamed (partly) for stalled PC sales recovery

Channel has two years to wait until 'modest' turnaround, says IDC
Gavin Clarke, 27 Aug 11:22

Capita IS good for former O2 staff. Oh yes it IS!

Staff willingly jumping, not being pushed, claims CEO of mobile biz
Simon Rockman, 27 Aug 11:05

Acer honourary chairman Shih would 'welcome' takeover bid

Anyone fancy being 'last man standing in the PC industry'? Anyone?
Paul Kunert, 27 Aug 10:33

Deja vMware: 'Virty biz to buy its parent EMC' rumor just won't die

Could be on; could be off
Chris Mellor, 26 Aug 21:22

Seventh bigshot flings self out of EMC Federation window

Enough already, the EMC/VMware exec exodus is getting too long: VMware CTO Ben Fathi has just quit, and that makes seven.
HP Logo splitting in two

Insiders BAFFLED: HP split-up inexplicably NOT a disaster

The separation of HP, the biggest ever of its kind in tech corporate history - with a similarly enormous potential for disaster - is going through without any operational explosions, dumfounded insiders familiar with the process have told the Register.

Lenovo exec: Yes we can get IBM's server biz out of the crapper

Interview Lenovo Europe president Eric Cador is banking on a major overhaul of its enterprise supply chain – among other things – to help the x86 business it acquired from IBM “recover” lost ground.
US cashpoint. Pic: Tax Credits

Open sourcerer Mirantis taps up Intel for $100m worth of funding

Chipzilla Intel has led a funding injection of $100m (£64m) into open source cloudy operating system Mirantis, part of its move into the world of OpenStack.


Trevor Pott

Why aren't you, personally, stopping the moronocalypse?
Star Trek Into Darkness

Chris Mellor

Federation fissiparousness to form co-ordinated divisions

Chris Mellor

EMC is ahead overall with HDS mounting an IoT catch-up
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Windows 10 Universal Apps


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Why interconnectivity in the cloud is tougher than just stacking bricks
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Nokia is the biggest write-off yet, but it wasn't the first
Confused computer keyboard
Last Christmas, I gave you my Cloud, the very next day you gave it away
Time to pull out the magnifying glass to swot up on those Ts&Cs
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Nice devices, now speak 'enterprise' to me