'Just the first step', chuckles fraudbust bigwig
22 years on the job enough for any man... tech vet Stevison gets call
Confused? No problem, we have 5, no 6, no 7... lots of standards
Teradata, Oracle, IBM deliver Robert De Niro's lines
'We are in growth mode' giant maintains
Red-splattered numbers reveal firm's nosediving into the do-do
Microsoft's been making lots of noise lately about its send-your-snapshots-to-the-cloud service Azure Site Recovery. But now it's come right out and said it: Redmond reckons backup software deserves to die.
Linux kernel developer Christoph Hellwig has sued VMware in Hamburg, Germany, over alleged violations of the GNU General Public License.
HP and Dell reaped the benefit
Dutch biz points to 'challenges' experienced last year
Danwood no longer wants to be the loner at the edge of the M&A dance floor as romance blossoms between local rivals, especially now its finances suggest it isn’t destined for the scrapheap.
Hundreds of cloud providers are still vulnerable to the serious FREAK cryptographic vulnerability.
Unhappy bedfellows split sales team from next month
Borg swallows a little bit of elephant
Container wrangler adding staff to tackle top issues
Soz ex-staffers, we want people who can smarten up Watson-as-a-cloud
Microsoft lends muscle to server on 'Linux for cloud'
£450/year/seat Lync SaaS deal boosts Outsourcery's coffers
Job security in tech? Maybe try another industry
Brothers get five and six years of stripey suntan time
Cloud OS at the bottom, server in the middle and a dedicated client on top
Vendors did the server jig and more cash poured from the clouds (oh and hyperscale)
Support for Amazon-lookalike clouds is back in HP's IaaS
Microsoft founder back on Forbes rich list
Judge seems happy with $415m offer
Virtzilla fears deep-pocketed rivals beating it into new and cloudy markets
A mini shake-up of the Enterprise Services (ES) division at HP has seen the role of UK public sector veep Stuart Bladen carved up and shared out among several others.
Weaker margins in Europe due to forex losses and cut-throat retail pricing was the only major blip in an otherwise decent end to the calendar 2014 for Ingram Micro. It was not a vintage year though.
Comment Conventional wisdom has it that VC-funded tech start-ups get acquired or, hopefully, go through an IPO to become successful stand-alone companies. However, such may not be the fate of the five main surviving all-flash array (AFA) vendors in the face of fast and furious mainstream supplier reaction to their success.
NTT Com Security is to acquire rapidly growing London-based Nebulas Solutions Group, according to well-placed industry tipsters.
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
- VMware sued, accused of ripping off Linux kernel source code
- Microsoft comes right out and says backup software is dead
- Violin Memory's strings snap as losses DOUBLE from last quarter
- Promo World’s oldest IT dining society breaks into the House of Lords
- IBM System x biz sales: The numbers are out... and they're not pretty
... 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