You guessed it. CDW is go for gobble
Re-seller re Cilla - 'we were the first success story'
Steady as she goes for Windows XP, 7 and 8.1, but 8.0 and Vista are just about dead
Outfit marches on with £1bn revenue mid-market domination plan
Head of HR films video response for El Reg
Backdoored code slung at officials, journos etc
Box-counter IDC's latest Quarterly tablet tracker has more bad news for fondleslab fans: sales are down and the market is fragmenting.
NetApp has inadvertently leaked competitive intelligence documents to a community newsfeed, and the contents reveal it worries that IBM and Cisco's VersaStack will threaten its FlexPod business and that SolidFire has emerged as a threat.
Frenchy rival Atos also celebrates big growth despite DWP contract boot
Eurozone buffer helps desktop PCs sales rise 20 per cent, however
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.
Analysis Less than two years into Satya Nadella's tenure as CEO of Microsoft, he's already had to report a lossmaking quarter. It's only the second time that's happened in the software giant's three decades as a public company, and the $8.44bn write-off Redmond posted earlier this week is the largest in its history.
Big Red warns of ZFS boxen halting when you delve too greedily and too deep
Says they're 'not close competitors'
Exclusive + analysis A sorry story of whipped tales, angst and attrition
Let's build out the software defined infrastructure
It did see ‘solid revenue growth on a constant currency basis’ though, so there's that
Born in the cloud, only lives on Windows Server 2012, CAS servers kicked out of home
Exclusive Grumbling from techies as rules enforced to keep customers happy – source
New strategy means hardware business is just clinging on, at best
MongoDB, Redis, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL to be thrown into the Bluemix
Investors blindsided by unexpected profit
Sources whisper to El Reg while firm won't confirm – or deny
Comment CEO sends united federation off to seek out new life and new civilisations
Former spook-operated biz now worth more than £60m
Linux-for-cloud head rejects pioneer's claim of a 'lost soul'
The analyo-mages at Gartner have emitted their Magic Quadrant for x86 Server Virtualization Infrastructure for 2015 and found a race in two between Microsoft and VMware, the only companies rated “leaders” in the field.
Truly these are magical days: Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 10 will indeed be sold on USB thumb drives rather than just on optical discs, confirming internet mumblings that have been current for some time.
AMD has confirmed it is slipping back into cost-cutting mode after its annus horribilis, caused by tanking demand for consumer PCs in a quarter described by CEO Lisa Su as the “revenue trough” for 2015.
European Microsoft licensing solutions partner Crayon Group is setting up shop in the US after subsuming Software Wholesale International.
'Universal Apps' ... but without a smartphone
'We did everything the bloggers told us to!'
Clouds sell compute by the glass. On-premises kitmakers want to sell wine-as-a-service
Privacy, security, information sovereignty, what we all want, right?
- Blighty tablet sales plunge 31 per cent in saturated market
- 'Cilla Black introduced me to my wife on Blind Date': Channel man's heartwarming story
- Daisy completes Phoenix IT gobble
- You know that deal that Kelway bosses said DEFINITELY isn't happening?
- Capita cracks open the bubbly after 10 per cent sales jump
Nokia is the biggest write-off yet, but it wasn't the first
Last Christmas, I gave you my Cloud, the very next day you gave it away
Time to pull out the magnifying glass to swot up on those Ts&Cs
Nice devices, now speak 'enterprise' to me
Standard Form 86 reads like a biography of each intelligence worker
Breaking through the hardware barricades to a new network state