Exclusive Senior execs at financially strapped Stone Computers Ltd (SCL) have bid £28.43m to buy the business in a pre-packaged sale after placing the parent company Stone Bidco into administration.
But Brit sub strikes back to steady top line, and RDC sale beefs up profits
There’s only so much lipstick you can put on this pig
Brit heads to roll over the finish line... mostly in Enterprise Services
Signs with cashed-up upstart AirVM for Virtzilla-powered cloud management
Servers up six points. Switches up, slightly. Routers up. Really. Cloud? Not a killer, it seems
Two thirds of flogged smart wearables were Apple Watches
HP has replaced its 7000 series 3PAR StoreServ array with a gen-5 ASIC-based StoreServ 8000, starting at $19,000. It's also added a top-end 20800 starter config, a lower-cost 20000 all-flash product, and enhanced its StoreServ OS.
Windows 10 consumer PCs will not show up in big numbers at Brit retailers’ stores until the middle of next month, multiple sources have told us.
Channel has two years to wait until 'modest' turnaround, says IDC
Staff willingly jumping, not being pushed, claims CEO of mobile biz
Stan Shih, the man who founded Acer and returned to rescue the business when it fell on hard times, would be receptive to a takeover bid but – despite its continued troubles – warned it won’t be sold on the cheap.
Rumors that VMware will buy EMC – which owns 80 per cent of VMware – are back from the dead. And just in time for VMworld 2015, to be held next week in San Francisco.
'Tech merchant bank' MXC Holdings scopes software, MSP and FinTech sectors
A popular giveaway, but no word on the number of failed installs
Keeps one man to man phones for existing punters, majority leave for QuantiQ
Losses still increasing, however
EMEA sales slump as currency crisis and biz uncertainty grips
Retail stores? 'Not for us' say top brass at web tech emporium
Flotation for ‘dream ticket’ revenue generator in November, maybe
There's a line in the cloud between the two and not many will cross it
Microsoft released Windows 95 on 24th August 1995, followed a week later by Office 95, and accompanied by a publicity campaign featuring the Rolling Stones song Start Me Up.
Why aren't you, personally, stopping the moronocalypse?
Federation fissiparousness to form co-ordinated divisions
EMC is ahead overall with HDS mounting an IoT catch-up
A victory worthy of a eulogy
- Twenty years since Windows 95, and we still love our Start buttons
- Windows 10 now on 75 million devices, says Microsoft
- Windows 10 market share growth slows to just ten per cent
- Windows 10 blamed (partly) for stalled PC sales recovery
- Ex-HP top aide in the clink for racking up $1m on company credit cards
Why interconnectivity in the cloud is tougher than just stacking bricks
Welcome to Microsoft's pay-pay-pay plan
Nokia is the biggest write-off yet, but it wasn't the first
Last Christmas, I gave you my Cloud, the very next day you gave it away