What's better than being a Fortune 50 company? Being two Fortune 50 companies
‘Enhancing competitiveness’ also probably a good idea
Folk don't want to do mega deals these days, it seems
A tight squeeze in the cloud
It benefits Hortonworks, not us
FX chaos hits sales but biz stability and rising demand helps out
Election 2015 Five years after its first coalition government for decades, Britain again looks likely to refuse to elect a single party to government.
All-flash array maker Violin has finally got over chief marketeer Eric Herzog's abrupt departure on the eve of a massive product announcement, and has appointed a new CMO, Amy Love.
Out of the wheelchair at least, slowly walking around
Rush to flash and collapse of PC market fingered for decline
VMware has announced what it's calling a “vSphere Loyalty Program” that allows vSphere users to “apply their licenses to the purchase of VMware EVO:RAIL appliances from our nine Qualified EVO:RAIL Partners.”
Microsoft has quietly let it be known it's developed a cheap cut of the Surface 3 for schools.
IP Infusion joins Round Rock's not-quite-white-box switching plan
Around 10 per cent missing from this time last year
Missed analysts' expectations again. How healthy is Mountain View's cloud biz?
But dragging retail meant it lost money for the quarter anyway
Analysis IaaS indeed, it's one helluva PaaS-ing contest
Redundancies and FX volatility cut down profits by 48%
Old storage wilts and there's not enough new stuff yet
If only the French and German outfits were doing so well
So far that's aircraft and cars for Birrell. Trains next?
RSA 2015 New threats evolved in 2014, mainly aimed at the US
Partnerships provide new analytics, threat detection, cloud, mobe capabilities
At least Visual Studio doesn't crash anymore
UK government biz buoys otherwise flat sales
Watch and new Macbook online-only debut "unique"
Seagate has reported year-on-year declines in third-quarter revenue and profit, as notebook enhancements went unnoticed.
Troubled London-listed Coms plc has publicly stated it is working with a business advisor to carve off part of its operation, following an El Chan report that it called upon Knight Corporate Finance (KCF) to sell its voice division.
Hewlett-Packard’s proposed $3 billion purchase of wireless mobile specialist Aruba Networks is facing a legal hurdle.
Three in ten servers, storage arrays and ethernet switches are now being sold to clouds, either private or public, says abacus-wielder IDC.
IaaS indeed, it's one helluva PaaS-ing contest
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
FCoE? Oh yeah, I remember rumours about that
- Microsoft: Profit DECIMATED because you people aren't buying PCs
- Microsoft to offer special Surface 3 for schools
- Election 2015 Surveillance, broadband, zero hours: Tech policy in a UK hung Parliament
- It's official: David Brents are the weakest link in phishing attacks
- What's broken in this week's Windows 10 build? Try the Start Menu, for one
Code develops into a major weapon
Roll up, roll up, get your exclusive market insights
A Reg guide to breaking up and moving on
Big boys snare the unwary with too-good-to-be-true deals
Pet carriers not wanted for whitebox stampede
Sorry OpenStack and Open Compute, we're not all Facebook