Open-sourcier Redmond talks up speed, security gains for Azure HDInsight
Do we block unsanctioned ones? Well half of us think we do...
Reg Events Building IOT CFP deadline looms
Analysis Ghosts in the Machine
Analysis 'We really are serious about the enterprise,' insists enterprise head Greene
Salesforce has called on the European Commission to block Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn.
Microsoft has made a change to the way it marks re-certification exams, removing the requirement to pass all components of a test. The new regime means you'll pass the exam even if you fail some components.
More imminent: Heat death of the universe – or Big Red giving up appeals?
Exclusive Biz took the precaution to pay up as a belt and braces approach
Former Computacenter exec Mo Siddiqui has landed at managed services provider Redcentric as chief operating officer, transferring his experience of working with large corporate clients to his new employer.
Cloud isn’t what it used to be. Amazon’s AWS began life like open source, with the same net result: a developer secret that became an infrastructure fact.
Could use all the dev time it hasn't been using on iPhones, amirite?
+Comment Converged server suppliers? Crack on, says senior soul Sakac
RotM Google 'n' pals hope to herald machine-human 'golden age'
Reselling slumps, TfL contract woes and possible Co-op 'litigation' looms
We're making your NAS secure by hiding it from you
Analysis Best locker-room strategy: Avoid emulating AWS directly
Firmware fix coming soon to clean up Inc's ink stink
VCE and VSAN very very virtuous for newly joined duo
Chinese market is growing fast
Application Guard aims to defeat malware served up from web sites
Tim Cook moves in opposite dog’s home? Pigs will fly...
Switches to licensing 'secure Android' and apps
Virgin and Sky rated least moaned about
Analysis At least one department has no idea how much it's splurged
Ignite Microsoft announced the release of Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016 at its Ignite event in Atlanta. The commercially supported edition of the Docker engine is included at no extra cost.
Asian tech giant Huawei is to start manufacturing smartphones in India next month, in a move that could signal China is starting to lose its shine as the world’s low-cost manufacturing sweatshop, with even native companies looking to expand elsewhere.
NetApp has comprehensively refreshed its all-flash FAS and hybrid FAS arrays, adding performance, capacity and scalability upgrades, and supporting 32Gbit/s Fibre Channel and 40GbitE connectivity. ONTAP also gets upgraded, with Azure support for ONTAP Cloud
Plucky Openreach challenger CityFibre has gobbled £5m worth of service provider Redcentric’s network - adding 137km of fibre to the upstart’s network.
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 Ink COO: Sorry not sorry we bricked your otherwise totally fine printer cartridges
- Microsoft warns Windows security fix may break network shares
- RotM Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society... Doesn't sound sinister at all
- Oracle loses (again) in battle to get Google Java case retried (again)
- Market pulls chain on Crapita share price after first ever profit warning
Best locker-room strategy: Avoid emulating AWS directly
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