Enterprise startups burning through cash while it's cheap will have to fire their sales teams to survive, according to channel analyst outfit Canalys' founder Steve Brazier.
EU ruling restricts rights to resell back-up copies of software where originals are damaged, destroyed or lost
Biz apologises and blames issues with its IT system
Q: What happens when a one-disk-failure-tolerant RAID fails? A: So do new applicants
Another one bites the dust
Looks past pesky shareholders to joyful Ellison marriage
Severs ties after Quadsys Five hacking case concludes
Whitehall's spending watchdog is to review the achievements of the Government Digital Service in light of the Rural Payments Agency's IT disaster.
The cost and expense of AWS and Azure is helping drive cloud hopefuls to OpenStack, the organisation has said.
MicroProfile play targets the Eclipse Foundation
How's that plan to break with monopoly suppliers going?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is taking Cloud 28+ - aka Worldwide Indirect Digital Services - to a global audience, leaked internal documents have revealed.
Life is to get a lot more expensive for Microsoft customers from the start of next year with currency linked, double-digit price hikes looming for cloud and on-premise software.
Comment How long before it goes off the rails?
Networks also need to grab a mirror and look at themselves
Why not run two versions of services and turn on the bad one once budgets run low?
Quadrantic magicians do their square rating thingy
Private cloud - as a service, sir?
Comment Check the Org chart, will you
No, not the whole country, just the whole country operation
'Hurrah for the Euro and our services biz in Germany' cheers reseller titan
UK-based infosec outfit NCC Group has weathered a tricky summer period that involved some contract deferrals and cancellations while still managing to post a profit.
What do you do? Use manual typwriters or live in a Scottish croft? Our man advises
Plans for 2 million FTTP connections in next four years 'not enough'
Win some, you lose some: profit up, revenue down
- Microsoft: We're hiking UK cloud prices 22%. Stop whining – it's the Brexit
- And so we enter day seven of King's College London major IT outage
- Thanks, IoT vendors: your slack attitude will get regulators moving
- Vodafone rapped with RECORD £4.6m fine for failing customers
- EU ruling restricts rights to resell back-up copies of software where originals are damaged, destroyed or lost
Emotional intelligence, not tech skills, is the way to woo suits
Education, not immigration, is UK’s dangerous burden
One reselling man tells his tale of woe