Broadband spares the red faces
Gaming gamed WD's results
Analysis Sinofsky's hybrid strategy looks dafter than ever
Satya Nadella backs up 'mobile-first' strategy with new director
Come back, freetards
Comment EU reckons we've one foot out the door anyway
After much back-and-forth on blogs, Twitter, and online forums, Oracle has admitted that there is a bug that can cause its new in-memory database option to be reported as being in use when it's not, although the actual risk it poses remains unclear.
Cisco has quit with the long talk and started the walk, announcing that its Application-Centric Infrastructure (ACI) is to ship as a full solution on July 31.
Brit buyers still not falling for Windows' charms
Revenues rally but only if you don't look closely
CommVault, the all-singing-and-dancing data management, enterprise backup and archive company, saw its revenues rise 14 per cent in its first fiscal 2015 quarter - but its profits fell by five per cent. Despite that, it still beat Wall Street's earnings estimates.
Shape-shifting mega reseller Systemax has finally broken its run of top line wobbles after 10 consecutive quarters but the US titan still couldn't turn a churn out a profit in its calendar Q2.
What a mouthful. Do customers care? Six title-holders quizzed
Another sign of strain in the Borg/VMware relationship?
Leaking sprinklers, overheated thermostats and picked locks all online
Office 365 monitoring and virtual machine visualiser among 40-plus tweaks
Good news if you're an American, less so for everyone else
Artisan Infrastructure taken it over
Integrators to cling together as top line stagnates, bottom line falls
Fears of cuts when shared services gig moves to Steria
Just slapping a patched OpenSSL on a machine ain't going to cut it, we're told
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
A UK-based online travel firm has been fined £150,000 over a breach of breach of the Data Protection Act after their "insecure" coding reportedly exposed more than a million customer records to cybercrooks.
Delayed IT projects and offloading the SAP business have dealt Software AG’s business a double blow for its latest quarter.
A £100m pot of cash for managed service providers will form part of the Scottish government's next public sector-wide tech agreement.
VMware's virtual cloud hybrid service has quietly added a second British bit barn.
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
- Comment Has Europe cut the UK adrift on data protection?
- 'Things' on the Internet-of-things have 25 vulnerabilities apiece
- AVG stung as search revenue from freebie scanners dries up
- Senate introduces USA FREEDOM Act to curb NSA spying excesses
- Microsoft stands on shore as tablet-laden boat sails away
Sinofsky's hybrid strategy looks dafter than ever
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