Local gov and unis hit with costs for being 'under-licensed'
Firm expects revenues down by 14 per cent from last year
Also criticises big project IT write-offs. In other news: Pot in kitchen racism scandal
Outsourcing giant sees 13 per cent North American increase
Purported price hike starts April 1, and that's no joke
Not a lot of problems, but third fluff in a few weeks is not a good look
The organizers of this year's RSA security conference have made at least one thing clear to exhibitors: no booth babes.
Parallels is changing its branding again – partly – this time to help customers better distinguish between its virtualization software and service provider businesses.
Citizens' personal information is all OURS, say tech giants
Infinite capacity in a finite universe? Challenge accepted, says Bezos
A recovery of sorts is taking place at Acer with calendar 2014 P&L accounts returning to the black in a meaningful way, bringing closure to three consecutive years of losses.
Building more bit barn capacity, and beefing up security and hosted voice services - potentially via acquisition - are the next moves that SCC CEO James Rigby is plotting from his Birmingham-based war room.
Industry vet handed control of software division
Resellers talk of battle over services with flatlining storage biz
CIO Manifesto 'Whenever I hear the word culture I reach for my org chart...'
Beats Solaris, flattens Gentoo
sudo ./buy_back_shares $500m
First Look Hands on with the preview tools for the UAP
It's the thought that counts
Cloud-centric Cloudline box is cloud right for the cloud world, cloud HP says in the cloud
Free, open-source, independent cloud and mob collab suite coming
Change is order of day as tech giants shift strategy gears
How many printer cartridges does that equate to? A lot
Controversial outsourcer admits its own product is crap
Workshop to be outsourced to Centrex by month's end
Don't panic: The Photoshop giant's doing the pretty bits, not the secure bits
Brian Pawlowski, the founding and lead tech head for NetApp’s wannabee high-flying FlashRay all-flash array, has left the company after a 20-year stint, and become a VP in a new venture.
Exclusive The Home Office has so far splashed £34.6m in legal costs to extract itself from the disastrous £750m e-Borders contract run by Raytheon, The Register can reveal.
Pirates running stolen Windows operating systems will get a free copy of Windows 10, according to reports.
The SCO vs. IBM case has once again thrust up an undead limb up from deep beneath the soil.
VC sequence could end not with a bang, but a whimper
FCoE? Oh yeah, I remember rumours about that
Big Blue's lost year
- Bye bye, booth babes. IT security catwalk RSA nixes sexy outfits
- PATRIOT Act axed, NSA spying halted ... wake up, Neo, it's just a dream in the US House of Reps
- Amazon cloud threatens to SMASH the fundamental laws of PHYSICS
- And the prize for LEAST SECURE BROWSER goes to ... Chrome!
- Document Foundation pledges Office 365 and Google Docs challenger
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
Scammy download sites? Government snooping? Run of the mill for Gary Kovacs
Behold the mighty stealth platform
... and thank heavens they do