Microsoft lends muscle to server on 'Linux for cloud'
£450/year/seat Lync SaaS deal boosts Outsourcery's coffers
Job security in tech? Maybe try another industry
Brothers get five and six years of stripey suntan time
Cloud OS at the bottom, server in the middle and a dedicated client on top
Vendors did the server jig and more cash poured from the clouds (oh and hyperscale)
HP has restored Amazon Web Services compatibility to its Helion cloud product line, just over a year after it dropped support in favor of focusing on a mix of OpenStack and its own, in-house technology.
Despite Bill Gates' best efforts to offload his massive pile of cash, it seems there's literally nothing the Microsoft founder can do to avoid being the richest man in the world.
Judge seems happy with $415m offer
Virtzilla fears deep-pocketed rivals beating it into new and cloudy markets
A US public pension fund has filed a class-action lawsuit against IBM, claiming the company misrepresented the value of the semiconductor business it offloaded to GlobalFoundries in October.
Brocade is putting its foot into the mobile infrastructure hokey-pokey dance, announcing that it wants to buy Connectem, a specialist in virtual Evolved Packet Core (vEPC) software.
Report suggests Lenovo can be bought for peanuts as Mozilla kills dirty cert
No, this is not a joke...
Biggest buy since Autonomy
Firm that makes machines that make chips makes statement
Big Blue set to appeal
Loss-making B2B comms outfit looks for new boss and non-exec directors
MWC 2015 We've missed you, Stephen Elop
MWC 2015 The all-IP, gigabit dream is within reach... just buy our kit
Relies on high speed web connections
Not even nuking it from orbit will do the job, we fear
MWC 2015 Can I borrow your charger?
By Windows 10 launch our systems will be PURE, honest
Sources say suppliers to be squeezed to help save biz $300m
DWP chucks more money at car crash of a programme
Apple's operating systems and Linux racked up more vulnerability reports than Windows during 2014, according to research from security outfit GFI.
HP looks like breaking its long embargo on large acquisitions by snaffling Aruba Networks, according to emerging reports.
Six days ago Gemalto, the world's largest SIM card manufacturer, was told that back in 2010 it had been ransacked by NSA and GCHQ hackers. Today the company gave itself the all-clear: no encryption keys, used to secure phone calls from eavesdroppers, were stolen, it claims.
Updated Lenovo's domain name lenovo.com appears to have fallen victim to cyber-mischief-makers Lizard Squad.
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
FCoE? Oh yeah, I remember rumours about that
Big Blue's lost year
SO cosy and safe, mummy
European Commission still silent despite Ireland's plea
- $250K: That's what Lenovo earned to RAT YOU OUT with Superfish
- IBM sued for talking up semiconductor business it couldn't give away
- CONFIRMED: Tiny Windows Server is on the way
- He can't give it away FAST ENOUGH: Bill Gates richest man in world again
- End in sight for Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe wage-fixing lawsuit
... and thank heavens they do
You see a diversity tickbox nightmare, I see human beings
Red Hat again?
AWS and Salesforce match up to Ellison's hardware
Five years on, what did Larry's lot do to Sun's partner network?
But here's why we're (probably) not staring at a crash