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HP busts out new ProLiant Gen9 servers

Think those are cool? Wait till you get a load of our racks
Gavin Clarke, 28 Aug 17:04

All-flash array shipper Violin plays concerto after re-stringing

+Comment Cuts its losses - literally
Chris Mellor, 28 Aug 13:29

Reg man looks through a Glass, darkly: Google's toy ploy or killer tech specs?

Review Tip: Put the shades on and you'll look less of a spanner
Alun Taylor, 28 Aug 09:03

Major cyber attack hits Norwegian oil industry

Statoil, the gas giant behind the Scandie social miracle, targeted
John Leyden, 27 Aug 18:05

Hyperconverged kit is SO HOT right now. $140m sound about right, Nutanix?

Watch out, cash burn is increasing
Chris Mellor, 27 Aug 15:28

Scality likes object storage, puts a RING on it... for the fifth time

+Comment Adds VM storage capabilities
Chris Mellor, 27 Aug 13:01

Tim Cook: I'm NOT worried about CRAP iPad sales. It's just a 'speedbump'

Tim Cook has claimed the slowdown in fondleslab sales is not a sign of Apple's imminent demise, but merely a "speedbump" along the path to tablet world domination.
Apple iPad 3 aka new iPad

HUGE iPAD? Maybe. HUGE ADVERTS? That's for SURE

Apple is preparing to turn its relatively humble fondleslab into a monster hand advertising billboard.

Telecity boss directed to the exit after a decade at helm of data centre biz

Michael Tobin 'makes way for next stage of development'

Better be Nimble, tech giants, or mutant upstarts will make off with your sales

Usual suspects struggling to create competing products
TGV

Nutanix tacks Cloud Connect onto Amazon's cloudy back-end

Nutanix claims its new hyperconverged appliance is like a high-speed train compared to the narrow gauge railway run by its competitors. It can also take you to the cloud.
Bikers

Atlantis furtles furious flash-DIMM VDI scorcher

VMworld 2014 Atlantis reckons it can make servers fly faster than anybody else when running virtual desktops. All you need is its USX software and SanDisk flash DIMMs running in an x86 server, an IBM xSeries one in this case.

Google kicks PowerPoint in the fondleslab

Slideware side blow to Apple, too
Jasper Hamill, 26 Aug 21:06

EMC slings Isilon onto a forklift, shifts it into Emerging Technologies

Storage gear joins XTremIO, DSSD and ViPR
Chris Mellor, 26 Aug 17:41

Cleversafe CEO: We would tell you about the 8TB drive, but...

Seagate silent sickness strikes
Chris Mellor, 26 Aug 17:05

LG pokes G3 Stylus at Samsung's Galaxy Note

Want more? You'll have to wait for IFA
Simon Rockman, 26 Aug 16:01

That 8TB Seagate MONSTER? It's HERE... (You'll have to squint, 'cos there are no specs)

Data gulping disk drive
Chris Mellor, 26 Aug 15:37

VMware EMC partner Cisco inks reselling deal... with Simplivity

Exocet for EVO: RAIL?
Chris Mellor, 26 Aug 13:25

Loss of unencrypted back-up disk costs UK prisons ministry £180K

Repeat offender
John Leyden, 26 Aug 11:41

Street-beating Brocade bounces back

Third quarter revenue rise and profits add shine to its switches
Chris Mellor, 22 Aug 16:25

HP lets the SAN shine: StoreVirtual now bigger, flashier, OpenStack-ier

Plus added 3PAR flash seasoning
Chris Mellor, 22 Aug 10:57

Microsoft refuses to nip 'Windows 9' unzip lip slip

Look at the shiny Windows 8.1, why can't you people talk about 8.1, sobs an exec somewhere
Shaun Nichols, 21 Aug 20:07

Microsoft: We plan to CLEAN UP this here Windows Store town

Paid-for apps that provide free downloads? Really
John Leyden, 21 Aug 13:28

Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array suppliers are bleeding

Comment Cloud, all-flash kit, object storage slicing away at titans of storage
Chris Mellor, 21 Aug 12:57

Go on, inhale our G-Cloud via 'Digital Marketplace' – UK.gov

ANOTHER pricy project to prop up barely used G-Cloud?
OUT-LAW.COM, 21 Aug 12:01

Is it an iPad? Is it a MacBook Air? No, it's a Surface Pro 3

Review Nice hardware, shame about the use case
Tim Anderson, 21 Aug 08:02

Microsoft punts FREE Office 365 mail migration, but some are not chuffed with the idea

Microsoft will roll out free email migration services for Office 365 punters from the start of next month as it tries to accelerate adoption.
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Brits' BORKED Samsung kit held up after repair centre slips into administration

British Samsung repair centre Samuel King Intelligent IT Solutions has gone under, leaving folks stranded without their serviceable Sammy equipment.

Oracle claims knockout blow in IP lawsuit

Oracle says new findings by the judge hearing its case against third party software support outfit Rimini Street prove its IP has been pinched.

Visual Studio Online goes titsup as Microsoft wrestles with database

Updated Microsoft's Visual Studio Online services for software developers are in the midst of a total outage that has lasted for more than four hours. The Redmond giant has blamed a database snafu.

Opinion

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Felipe Costa

Pressure to perform for stock market bearing down on disties
Columns of coins in the cloud

Michael Cote

Anything that simple to use has got to be complex to set up
Internet of Things

Gavin Clarke

This time, Larry's Oracle is going after the networking giants
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