How many contracts has your cloudy biz won again? Hello?
Vendors just don't care, says researcher, after finding basic boo-boos in security software
Fix coming for bug that makes Kerberos croak when you run two domain controllers
In the tech sector, anyway...
Comment Bezos behemoth is tottering at the top
Reaches deal over eponymous software spat
Analysis Arcserve execs are insisting that the business's recent spinout from software giant CA to Marlin should help it compete better in the market.
VMware has revealed more detailed integration plans for AirWatch, the mobile device management specialist it acquired for about an-Instagram-and-a-half last January.
Analysis Just as Jeff Bezos did to books and CDs, Amazon's rivals are now doing to it
Chip fab firm wanted IBM's brains but thought its facilities had 'little or no value' – report
It's a new fiscal year and a fresh first quarter for QLogic... and it looks like Q’s droopy revenue woes are set to end. It appears to have bottomed out, with numbers once again on the rise as Q starts growing again.
The tills rang often for massive global distie Ingram Micro during its second calendar quarter, helped by frenzied PC refresh activity, but squeezing out better long term profits remains a work in progress.
Europe hits saturation
Analysis What do you mean, we've ditched Redmond in favour of IBM?!
With all appliances and means to boot... Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown
Telecom-directed virty efforts won't be pitched at mainstream workloads … yet
On-by-default INMEMORY tech a boon for developers ... as long as they can afford it
Investors really hate it: Share price plunge as growth SLOWS in key AWS division
Investment gives IT titan seat on the board – just in time for The Machine
BlackBerry Enterprise Services takes aim at SMEs - but there's a catch
Interview Dion Weisler on the art of strategy...
Keep it up, lads, and you might get yourselves back to black
Travel agent fined £150K – Sloppy coding fingered
Q2 revenues down by double digits, profits halved, CEO surprised
Scottish government's giant pile'o'dosh quivers as it awaits MSP bidders
First Slough, now Chessington... give it a year and they'll be EVERYWHERE
Microsoft posted solid yet unspectacular results for both the fourth quarter of its fiscal 2014 and the full fiscal year, even as investors braced for new CEO Satya Nadella to axe as many as 18,000 staffers.
In yet another example of a sprawling government contract gone monumentally wrong – the second of the day – HMRC has splashed £7.9bn on an IT outsourcing deal that is looking very tough to justify.
The Home Office frittered away hundreds of millions of taxpayer pounds on a botched tech project designed to manage immigration and asylum applications, a National Audit Office report has revealed.
Analysis With Joe Tucci, EMC head honcho, set to retire on February next year, the very last thing he wanted was an attack by one of the biggest, baddest activist investors of all: Paul Singer’s Elliott Management.
Bezos behemoth is tottering at the top
Just as Jeff Bezos did to books and CDs, Amazon's rivals are now doing to it
Phone egg, meet desktop chicken - your mother
Elliott Management sinks its teeth into retiring godhead
Long-winded memo makes us miss Steve Ballmer
Route traffic? Made a load balancer? Oops
- Analysis UK.gov's Open Source switch WON'T get rid of Microsoft, y'know
- UK government officially adopts Open Document Format
- Report: American tech firms charge Britons a thumping nationality tax
- iPad? More like iFAD: We reveal why Apple fell into IBM's arms
- Analysis Nadella: Apps must run on ALL WINDOWS – PCs, slabs and mobes
Failure to crack next-gen semiconductors threatens to set back humanity
SMEs get lip service - what they need is dinner at the Club
Vorsprung durch grossendatatechnik, as we like to say in Germany
Big Blue exec tells El Reg what to keep an eye on
As good as it gets, for now
Is everything fatally borked? Not quite, say security godheads