Cloud wrangler inks deal to go private
Pics Reg man spies changes to London HQ
Better than expected, though Fibre Channel is faltering
Half-yearly results lets them punt unloved OS again
They're still losing tens of millions, though
What's the weather in hell today? Linus Torvalds has visited Microsoft at LinuxCon
The two offshoots of Hewlett Packard have been hit with a class action lawsuit in the US, accusing the pre-split IT giant of discriminating against older employees during job culls.
The UK's NHS has a £500m budget to burn on PCs, printers and monitors in the latest mega framework tender to be dangled in front of ravenous tech suppliers.
CEO: IT spending weaker than expected but we grabbed rivals by the short and curlies
Channel partners and customers left in dark since 8am service blackout
A couple of industry greybeards at Lenovo and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have quietly packed their bags for a permanent vacation while another vendor old timer has moved to another channel biz.
HP Inc says it will move forward with its plans to cut costs and refocus its business as it posted better than expected quarterly numbers.
But is it just a matter of looking tough with elections around the corner?
Strong bait for new customers. Not good news for Dell or EMC
Only we should have the power to enforce our tax laws across the world, scream Yanks
Shrinking losses, embiggening revenues
Email to its channel reveals depth of Switchzilla's ire
All flashy beings, great and small, quiver before the chart
Firm lost Cisco patent lawsuit, will appeal to Supreme Court
Group scored $79k a month with infect-o-tronic rent-a-bot
Hopes for tasty earnings as it dines out on share spike
Sales conference leaks also hint at mightier UCS and new customer portal
Email AI assistant will close by next month
This time 220 staffers face chop in Blighty
Raspberry Pi flogger to be flogged to apple-pie loving nationals
Never gonna give EU up, never gonna let you down... er
The City of London Police is piloting a scheme to allow the private sector to chase after miscreants in civil courts in return for a share of the loot.
Microsoft has explained the rationale behind last month’s announcement that you won’t be allowed to simply download Azure Stack and get going.
Accounting software outfit Sage Group has been hit by a data breach affecting between 200 and 300 of its customers.
Is an IPO being planned? Hyper-converged system supplier Pivot3 says it had record growth in the first half of 2016, with a 103 per cent revenue increase and more than 400 new customers, and has hired a new CFO.
Plans for 2 million FTTP connections in next four years 'not enough'
Win some, you lose some: profit up, revenue down
Thousands of layoffs announced as spinning rust enters its death spiral
In the meantime, of course, the data must flow
BTIG analysts ponder Pure's position and fall in (qualified) love
- US Treasury to launch pre-emptive strike on EU's Ireland tax probe
- French, German ministers demand new encryption backdoor law
- Linux turns 25, with corporate contributors now key to its future
- Both HPs allegedly axed people just for being old, California court told
- Corporates ARE sniffing around Windows 10, says Computacenter
Maybe Brits don't need GDPR
EU workers, new markets: post-Brexit pressure on May & Co
Hint: It's relational
Honest mistake with your licensing? Audit police look at it on a 'case by case basis'
Last of Steve Ballmer's old guard heads for the exit
Giants drive what consumers can't