Chip designer ARM once again posted bumper annual results, with profits up 31 per cent to £414.8m on revenue of £968m, up 22 per cent.
But sector still took jobs hit and an 11% pay cut in 'real terms'
Otherwise, everything's just fine and dandy
Analysis Hands out cash for activist investor's fund to manage, too
Commodity servers ate my storage hardware lunch
Ponder: How much paper was used to promise paperless NHS?
Info exploited, say customers
BT has confirmed that its long-serving finance director Tony Chanmugam is to step down – the latest executive exit from the newly formed BT/EE.
The European Commission has announced what companies will supply the organization with its new cloud services.
5,000 customers before this move. How many after?
They liked him so much, they brought him to the company
The faceless drones among you whose workplace misery is compounded by the need to adhere to a strict dress code are invited to gaze with envy upon this blog post revealing that Cisco is - in contrast to its reputation as "a boring, stodgy company" - actually a hotbed of individuality, personal freedom and radical hair colour.
Enterprise tech distributor Arrow Inc will take a $13m charge on the chin after a fraudster posing as a company exec transferred money from the corporate bank account to an external one.
Staff council to be formed, 45-day consultation begins mid-Feb
From the land of cuckoo clocks and horology
*In its HR software. But Big Red's been named as a creative taxpayer in the past
About one dollar in five will go on smartmobes, but servers and storage will also grow
Silver Lake slips its PIPE into troubled security firm
Think of the children, er, school governors
But hey, losing 3,200 staff plumped profits. And it is nearly the weekend
Long-serving chairman to call it quits, in IT that is...
Oracle's former US sales chief Keith Block has been handed the keys to Salesforce by his boss Marc Benioff.
Customer experience done right
A VC with startup agenda slams established suppliers. Surprised? Neither were we
And where's Violin Memory?
- Health Secretary promises NHS £4.2bn to go 'digital'
- TalkTalk confesses: Scammers have data about our engineers' visits to your home
- Three: We won't hike prices if you say yes to £10.5bn O2 merger
- Girls! Girls! Girls! Intel brags about diversity push, Silicon Valley tells itself it's doing great
- Ballmer schools SatNad on Microsoft's mobile strategy: You need one
Will the end of cheap money cast a cloud over 2016?
Just as well Azure and Office 365 are growing
Do you know where your data is?
Cool Texas dude is just your average billionaire