Apart from Hull and East Yorkshire. We're sticking with those babies
Flash storage upstart's stock needs some tonic as it crumples to $1.30 apiece
Nine years late is better than nothing
Tom Kelly lands as non-exec director
Cheap servers, tech books and desktop hypervisors can be yours
Windows Defender lives up to its name by dealing death to Dell's dumb DLL
Plans to pump an extra £450m for the Government Digital Service to fuel the "digital revolution" was the shock take-away announcement in George Osborne's Spending Review yesterday - from the perspective of technology spend at least.
+Comment HP, no HPE, storage's revenues are down again, continuing a longish slump and, with HP Inc (PCs and printers) now undocked from HPE (the rest), many are asking the question: "What next?"
IT party central at City premises?
Top 20 IT suppliers made £10.7bn from gov last year as 'relationship improves'
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is buddying up to Microsoft on public cloud, chief executive Meg Whitman has confirmed.
UK internet hub Telecity on Thursday plans its third shot at fixing a power systems problem that fried customers' servers.
Sorry investors, we have to sort a Virtustream problem at home
Pledge for citizens to have option to pay online for every central gov service
Who said breakin' up was hard to do?
Analysis The SAN growth glory days are well and truly over, so where next?
Internet service provider tells us: 'Internet based services' hit
'Seamless' power transfer borked all the juice supplies
Analysis How it works
... we would have grown, grown you hear
The name's Bourguet, Pascal Bourguet
Exiting leases, closing exec ops, selling inventory
Dutch cyber company acquired as NCC dreams of glorious tomorrow
Yes, again. Department on track to become IT basketcase
Interview Too many companies, too few projects.... right?
Exclusive More than '1,000' jobs thought to be for the chop in worldwide downsizing
Splunk CEO and president Godfrey Sullivan has retired.
VMware cofounder and CEO Diane Greene is to head all of Google's cloud efforts.
Telecity cancelled its plans for a second shot at fixing the stricken power supply in its Docklands internet hub at Sovereign House.
Despite its CEO saying NetApp was moving forward with clarity and speed in the data-powered digital era, NetApp recorded lower revenues and profits on the annual compare for its second fiscal 2016 quarter, ended October 20. Same old, same old.
Have we just been Rick rolled by Osbo?
The SAN growth glory days are well and truly over, so where next?
If the US govt wants iMessages, well, tough
Better to play nicely than try to muscle in on territory
Advertising oddness and what MS really wants you to know
- Superfish 2.0: Dell ships laptops, PCs with huge internet security hole
- Research: Microsoft the fastest growing maker of tablet OSs ... by 2019
- Windows 10 pilot rollouts will surge in early 2016, says Gartner
- Dell: How to kill that web security hole we put in your laptops, PCs
- Exclusive Oracle confesses to quietly axing its UK software support centre
Cool Texas dude is just your average billionaire
Follow the money – or, at least, our projections
Sweat the details
Surface? F**ck Yeah!
VMware, Hyper-V… XenServer? The choice is yours
Dual-provider strategies are the future