Larry, Mark and Safra's pay packet $46.5m lighter in fiscal '16
'New 'soft closers' good, but the acrylic panels make the bogs look like a CDT project
Atos will not get trout in £4bn trough, neither will bunch of big PC brands
Repeatedly outage-hit firm mumbles usual apologies
Wouldn't be about cutting energy costs for your 100+ bit barns, then?
Latest wave of software-inspired bloodletting
Exclusive Virgin Media staff have voiced widespread discontent over its gobble by Liberty Global, with one describing their new corporate daddy as "faceless change drivers with no concern for the Virgin values," according to a Q&A with senior management this week seen by The Register.
Whenever mega-hacks like the Yahoo! fiasco hit the news, inevitably the question gets asked as to why the IT security systems weren't good enough. The answer could be that it's not in a company's financial interest to be secure.
HP and Samsung had goods stranded at sea by container line's bankruptcy
Rimini Street will have to foot $46m legal bill
Analysis Linux and open-source cloud supremo Red Hat is looking at adapting its licensing to please enterprise customers who want greater flexibility in the way they pay for software and services, including a possible pay-as-you-go model.
Microsoft has been given a roasting by consumer group Which? over Windows 10 woes reported by users, with the organisation calling for compensation for those who found their PCs bricked after auto-updates.
Cloud-based DDoS defences introduce delays
OpenWorld Hybrid cloud for those who dithered, like Big Red
Windows Update silently did the deed, added a few security fixes for .Net Framework too
Flaw allowed hijacking via HTTP snippets
Now only local spy agencies can slurp your data. Hurrah!
Trimmed down biz 'possible' target for Dell, Cisco, Lenovo, Huawei and private equity
Er, and you might wish to READ them too
Oh and Larry's cut-price claim ignores that most people buy cloud as reserved instances
Oi, Dell! Robbins! Get a room, will you please?
OpenWorld Haha, of course he didn't – he trash-talked AWS databases for an hour
Advanced practitioners display hybrid vigour
Pesky no name ODMs beat down the big brands
Analysis Pre-IPO HCI startup's promising biz growth foundation
Merry Christmas and a Happy... Oh
Oracle has seen its revenues return to growth as the enterprise computing giant continues its migration away from on-premises systems.
The number of distributed denial of service attacks has doubled over the last 12 months.
Oracle has committed to deliver the delayed Java Enterprise Edition 8 “within a year.”
The global public cloud services market is set to grow by more than 17 per cent in 2016.
Plans for 2 million FTTP connections in next four years 'not enough'
Win some, you lose some: profit up, revenue down
Thousands of layoffs announced as spinning rust enters its death spiral
In the meantime, of course, the data must flow
BTIG analysts ponder Pure's position and fall in (qualified) love
- HP Inc's rinky-dink ink stink: Unofficial cartridges, official refills spurned by printer DRM
- Windows 10 backlash: Which? demands compo for forced upgrades
- Exclusive Virgin Media costs balloon by MEEELLIONS in wake of Brexit
- Microsoft deletes Windows 10 nagware from Windows 7 and 8
- Review Margaret Hodge's book outlines 'mind boggling' UK public sector waste
Maybe Brits don't need GDPR
EU workers, new markets: post-Brexit pressure on May & Co
Hint: It's relational
Honest mistake with your licensing? Audit police look at it on a 'case by case basis'
Last of Steve Ballmer's old guard heads for the exit
Giants drive what consumers can't