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Oracle's Larry Ellison has the MOST MASSIVE PACKAGE IN PUBLIC

Billionaire IT baron earns twice as much as the next in line, Disney chief Bob Iger

Dell tanks up with hot Fluid Cache, drives databases twice as fast

Flushed with flash success
Chris Mellor, 15 Apr 07:00

Red Hat unveils cloudy software bazaar

Linux fiddler keeps on huffing on its OpenShift cloud
Jack Clark, 14 Apr 17:39

Canadian taxman says hundreds pierced by Heartbleed SSL skewer

900 social insurance numbers nicked, says revenue watchman
John Leyden, 14 Apr 15:37

Cisco reps flog Whiptail's Invicta arrays against EMC and Pure

Storage reseller report reveals who's selling what
Chris Mellor, 14 Apr 14:59

Bad PUPPY: Undead Windows XP deposits fresh scamware on lawn

Installing random interwebs shiz will bork your zombie box
John Leyden, 14 Apr 11:38

Misco Shared Services Centre drone brands customer 'insane'

A series of customer service blunders by Misco ended with the box-flinging dealer branding a customer "insane".

Analysts: Bright future for smartphones, tablets, wearables

Three recent reports point to a glowing future for smartphones, tablets, and that nascent and still somewhat ill-defined category known as "wearables."

Apple has THREE TIMES as much cash as US govt, TWICE the UK

Don't expect much of that to make its way into US coffers anytime soon

Sony battery recall as VAIO goes out with a bang, not a whimper

The perils of having Panasonic as a partner

Heartbleed vuln under ACTIVE ATTACK as hackers map soft spots

Hackers are posting massive lists of domains vulnerable to the infamous Heartbleed bug, security researchers warn.

Never mind the HORSE MEAT, trading standards cuts'll hurt IT crowd, too

The Federation against Software Theft (FAST) and the Trading Standards Institute (TSI) have said they're very concerned about standards budgets in England and Wales being slashed by an average of 40 per cent.

Insight warns Google embracers of hidden costs in Apps for Biz

'We haven't seen the traction we expected'
Paul Kunert, 11 Apr 13:01

HP: Lenovo's buy of IBM x86 biz is bad, bad, bad...

For customers and channel partners
Paul Kunert, 11 Apr 12:01

Top ten biz software vendors reveal Heartbleed exposure

VMware, Symantec and Citrix are digging, Microsoft and Salesforce are relaxing
Simon Sharwood, 11 Apr 01:58

Jeff Bezos reveals Amazon's brutal scale in annual letter

Analysis Bit-flipping retail mogul seems hybrid of Ford and Rockefeller
Jack Clark, 10 Apr 22:06

Biz PC market's looking healthy – but is it just an XPocalypse bounce?

Yes / maybe / no (delete as required)
Paul Kunert, 10 Apr 13:58

BlackBerry not afraid to throw its mobe biz under a bus, says CEO Chen

Updated 'We are not going to go up against WhatsApp'

Apple to flush '£37bn' down the bog if it doesn't flog cheapo slabtops

Cupertino golden with laptop-like-tablet, insists analyst
Jasper Hamill, 10 Apr 05:02

Not just websites hit by OpenSSL's Heartbleed – PCs, phones and more under threat

Also: Google announces services' Heartbleed status
Richard Chirgwin, 10 Apr 03:02

Dell punts big fat switch into OpenStack clouds

'SDN useless if it takes ten PhDs to operate'
Richard Chirgwin, 10 Apr 01:57

PC market's bleeding slows thanks to XP phase-out

Decline levels off a bit as customers finally move to new machines
Shaun Nichols, 10 Apr 00:05

Microsoft's Azure cloud LASHED by BT's private cables

ExpressRoute expansion gives you more ways to access Azure on the hush hush
Jack Clark, 09 Apr 22:48

Uh oh! Here comes the first bug in the Windows 8.1 Update

Fortunately, it only affects Windows Server Update Services customers
Neil McAllister, 09 Apr 20:02

SEC slaps HP with $108 MEEELION fine over bribe scandal

Company accused of bribing officials for contracts
Shaun Nichols, 09 Apr 19:58

Insight CEO: Everything that's cloudy is GOLD

Exclusive But my god we've got a hell of a job to get there, says boss at box-shifter
Paul Kunert, 09 Apr 16:24
The Four Horsemen Apocalypse ride up the grassy mound that adorns the WinXP desktop

The... Windows... XPocalypse... is... NIGH

Sysadmin Blog The XPocalypse is upon us, gentlebeings, and those of us who must keep XP around are doomed! Or so some very expensive marketing pushes would have us believe.
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Son of Phillips: Northamber is not exiting Chessington HQ

The heir apparent to tech distie Northamber has insisted to El Chan the company is not going to exit the Chessington industrial estate that it calls home after all.
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VAT's all folks: Telecoms and services tax to be set at consumer's homeland rate

VAT relating to cross-border business-to-consumer transactions will be charged at the rate in the country where the customer is based, rather than that of the supplier, under new EU rules to take effect in 2015.

Snappy snaps: Veeam cuddles up to NetApp for storage selfie

Virtual server backup startup Veeam is integrating its Backup and Replication product with NetApp’s Snapshot, SnapMirror and SnapVault.

Opinion

Chris Mellor

Drives nails forged with Red Hat iron into VCE's coffin
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Trevor Pott

Forget big-spending globo biz: it's about the consumer... and he's desperate for a nap
Steve Bennet, ex-Symantec CEO

Chris Mellor

Enormo security firm needs to get serious about acquisitions
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Andrew Orlowski

Germans, you do the engineering. We'll design the websites...

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