Chinese clients? Better pick another webmail
Don't be such a silly-billy, Brussels
AUD$697m buys Australian carrier bit barns and subsea cables across Asia
Network Services tender and 700 questions cause Xmas upset, delays
Judge: 'a whole universe of potential claims relinquished'
Business leaders who dismissed calls from the IT department to migrate off Windows Server 2003 as nothing more than a maintenance exercise could be left rueing a potentially costly seven-figure financial howler.
French IT services giant Atos has snapped up Xerox's outsourcing biz for $1.05bn (£670m), as it tries to extend its garlic and lemon-infused tentacles across the American market.
B2B comms and tech outfit to cancel share trading from 22 January
Chthonic exploits Word bug to hijack browsers, steal passwords
IBM has had a win in its long court battle with SCO over just who owns Unix and, by extension, whether Linux is an unauthorised clone.
The wait is almost over for footballers, Arab oil magnates, the fanbois elite, Croydon-based lottery winners, or anyone else with a money to burn: a diamond-encrusted Apple Watch will hit the shops next year with an eye-popping price tag.
Sick callers face fingering from Redmond's revenge
Linux firm ups annual guidance yet again
Market bounces in Q3, but somebody forgot to tell Symantec and IBM
Too many people still running random .exe files in spam attachments
Buggy software and bad deployment borked Redmond's cloud
Analysis Claims that cloud will drive Oracle's future growth ring hollow
Boffins take out - then replace - Christmas fun
Last in, best dressed
Software, hardware remained sluggish in Q2
Next build to be a major update
Interview We asked senior veep Nick Earle what it means
Third parties must comply to new standard
Toothless watchdog growls, firm says 'LA LA LA, WE'RE NOT LISTENING'
Restructuring charges wipe out 'barnstorming' UK sales at Frankencorp
Managed Services Providers - still the most sought after of all channel partners types - can now jump through some hoops to scoop a badge of certification from Amazon Web Services.
Anyone that paints Cisco as a sueball-slinging bully boy that flexes its legal eagles to stem rivals' innovation is talking “complete garbage”, or so says its president of development and sales.
Cloudy storage and collaboration service provider Huddle has trousered millions more cash from vulture venture capitalists to spend on biz development on both sides of the Atlantic.
Perceived wisdom among server makers was that the era of year-on-year double digits revenue hikes each quarter was long gone - and yeah, they probably are - but UK suppliers still received a welcome financial fillip in Q3.
Claims that cloud will drive Oracle's future growth ring hollow
WD gros fromage: It wasn't $400m
Partnering up with XtremIO rival
How the cloud taught Redmond to play by a new set of rules
VMware spin-off? Let the shareholders decide
Tandberg and Sphere3D deals offer hope after 18 bad ones
Meet the man who accidentally created the smartwatch hype
No, silly... he was the fall guy for years of Finnish folly
Life after Dell sale
XiaOW-ME - that's gotta hurt
Microsoft's strategy is to make Store apps popular. Good luck with that
You keep the call centres, Hamish, we'll take the banks