Sales FINALLY on rise for reseller... by 1.4%
What a mouthful. Do customers care? Six title-holders quizzed
Another sign of strain in the Borg/VMware relationship?
Leaking sprinklers, overheated thermostats and picked locks all online
Office 365 monitoring and virtual machine visualiser among 40-plus tweaks
Good news if you're an American, less so for everyone else
UK business continuity specialist Neverfail has been acquired by US-based Artisan Infrastructure in a quiet and unannounced deal.
The old adage that there's safety in numbers could well be applied to systems integrators Bull and Atos as they come together in a marriage due to be consummated next month.
Fears of cuts when shared services gig moves to Steria
Just slapping a patched OpenSSL on a machine ain't going to cut it, we're told
The government has enlisted the boss of an SME yet to win any business via G-Cloud to advise on ways to, er, oil the wheels of commerce for other small traders that have similarly found public sector contract success elusive.
Organisations should get their antivirus products security tested before deployment because the technology across the board dangerously elevates attack surfaces, COSEINC researcher Joxean Koret says.
Fix coming for bug that makes Kerberos croak when you run two domain controllers
In the tech sector, anyway...
Comment Bezos behemoth is tottering at the top
Reaches deal over eponymous software spat
Analysis We're profitable and we'll stay profitable - sales veep
Sync and social sharing drawn onto simplified but undated roadmap
Analysis Just as Jeff Bezos did to books and CDs, Amazon's rivals are now doing to it
Chip fab firm wanted IBM's brains but thought its facilities had 'little or no value' – report
Only way is up for storage adapter supplier
Just don't ask about operating profits...
Europe hits saturation
Analysis What do you mean, we've ditched Redmond in favour of IBM?!
With all appliances and means to boot... Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown
Telecom-directed virty efforts won't be pitched at mainstream workloads … yet
Comment IBM and HP are trying to invent their way out of severe problems that lurk in their future.
Worstall on Wednesday The recent news of layoffs from computing giants provides proof, once again, of an old economic saw. It is not actually big businesses that create jobs, it's the small and new ones.
The United Kingdom government has formally adopted the open document format (ODF) as the standard format for government documents.
Analysis Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella talked up the big changes he has in store for the company during a conference call with financial analysts on Tuesday. And among his plans were "universal" apps that can run on any Windows platform.
Bezos behemoth is tottering at the top
Just as Jeff Bezos did to books and CDs, Amazon's rivals are now doing to it
Phone egg, meet desktop chicken - your mother
Elliott Management sinks its teeth into retiring godhead
Long-winded memo makes us miss Steve Ballmer
Route traffic? Made a load balancer? Oops
- 14 antivirus apps found to have security problems
- Senate introduces USA FREEDOM Act to curb NSA spying excesses
- 'Things' on the Internet-of-things have 25 vulnerabilities apiece
- Only '3% of web servers in top corps' fully fixed after Heartbleed snafu
- Microsoft says 'weird things' can happen during Windows Server 2003 migrations
Failure to crack next-gen semiconductors threatens to set back humanity
SMEs get lip service - what they need is dinner at the Club
Vorsprung durch grossendatatechnik, as we like to say in Germany
Big Blue exec tells El Reg what to keep an eye on
As good as it gets, for now
Is everything fatally borked? Not quite, say security godheads