Q3 sales and profits up - but not enough to hit certain vendor rebate targets
Pile 'em high, sell 'em cheap' vendors blamed for decline
Upstart hopes for Purity parity
Outsourcing giant Steria scoops two new clients
Unite union action settled
First European data centre spotted off west London
Google’s argument that its .com domain is not relevant in so-called "right to be forgotten" requests in Europe will not stand up in court, according a senior legislator at the European Commission.
A year and eight days ago, The Reg was in the room when HP CEO Meg Whitman promised the company would deliver a 3D printer that service providers could wield by the middle of 2014.
VMware reveals VDI for Linux desktops plan, plus China lab to do the development
Ah, but the patents Google keeps were worth every penny
Cost cutting and 88,000 new broadband punters helped BT bank more profits in calendar Q3, although revenues went in the opposite direction as all divisions outside of the consumer wing reported declining fortunes.
Government health chiefs have admitted to spending millions of pounds furnishing bureaucrats with Apple iPhones and fondleslabs.
From obscurity to selling 19 million mobes a quarter
Largest EVER Europe-wide cybersecurity exercise
EBITDA doubles year-on-year at the German firm
But chairman Phillips is rosy about future
Net earnings nearly halve in the third quarter compared to last year
'I have benefited from the sacrifice of others'
Same strategy, but can the newbies make it work?
'Can't shift the gear', say channel whispers
327 MEEELLION mobes shipped in Q3, say very tired analysts
Wearable will deliver 'actionable insights for healthier living'
Plug-in for System Centre gives Windows Server control of Bezos' bit barns
#Enterprise #BigData #Analytics #BuzzwordFest
Nadella creeps close to 18,000-layoff target
We suffered 'random bouts of graphical distortion' - fanbois
Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has come up with a new way to keep selling hardware in the cloud age, by creating a compute-as-a-service service that will live in Equinix's 32-nation-strong bit barn network.
With cloud storage rapidly becoming a commodity, Microsoft has taken the next logical step in the file-syncing bunfight, doing away with storage quotas altogether for paying customers of its subscription Office 365 offerings.
A dark cloud hanging above Avnet’s Asian and EMEA computing components biz cast a shadow over the relatively decent start to fiscal ’15 for the Technology Solutions division.
Acquisitions helped swing the sales dial north for Ingram Micro during calendar Q3 but the cost of the latest company-wide transformative activities took a chunk out of profits, the world’s largest tech distie has confirmed.
Heart of Windows 8 lives on in Windows 10
Or why the reversal of globalisation ain't gonna 'appen
It'll only set you back a few billion
Can the storage giant overcome a lack of necessary leadership?
- Apple CEO Tim Cook: My well-known gayness is 'a gift from GOD'
- Review Pixel mania: Apple 27-inch iMac with 5K Retina display
- Microsoft fitness bands slapped on wrists: All YOUR HEALTH DATA are BELONG TO US
- NHS quango fatcats spend £2m tax dosh on iPads and iPhones
- Multi Jet Fusion: THAT's HP's promised 3D printer, not crazy 'leccy invention
No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly
Life after Dell sale
XiaOW-ME - that's gotta hurt
Microsoft's strategy is to make Store apps popular. Good luck with that
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks
Everyone loves those Things, just not on each others' terms