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HP: We're gonna book $1bn worth of Server 2003 sales THIS WEEK

A Windows Server 2003 customer migration blitzkrieg is underway at HP's as it tries to generate $1bn of x86-related sales this week, squeezing a month’s worth of customer deals into just seven days.

EMC grows new 'Enterprise Content Division'

Yet another attempt to make Documentum sexy
Simon Sharwood, 30 Jan 07:32

We take bots down, but they get up again – you're never going to keep them down

Dell analysis shows ZeroAccess botnet still slinging out
Iain Thomson, 30 Jan 02:29

Amazon, flush with cash, says it will let you peek inside AWS' pants

Plans to break out numbers for cloud biz for first time this year
Neil McAllister, 30 Jan 01:41

Google's latest letdown: Simply not enough billions since October

Revenue and income miss their marks amid rising costs
Neil McAllister, 30 Jan 00:57

YOU COMPLETE ME: Google and VMware in cloudy embrace

Web giant's best bits to fill VMware's online void
Simon Sharwood, 29 Jan 22:39

Microsoft to invest in Android firmware upstart Cyanogen

Redmond to back firm sworn to 'take Android away from Google'
Neil McAllister, 29 Jan 22:00

EMC reports mixed results, fingers axe: 'Reduction in force' planned

+Comment Storage giant EMC has announced its plans to lay off an unspecified number of staffers in Q1 and said in an SEC filing that it would record restructuring charges in the range of $130m to $150m.
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Citrix: Hmmm, profit down 30%? Right. 900 HEADS WILL ROLL

Hundreds of workers at Citrix Systems are to be shown the door to counter nose-diving profit and boost the R&D pot.

Shouty investor Elliott looms over software veteran Informatica

+Comment Activists to the left, big data the right

Revenues dip at CGI Group: It was Obamacare that did it

Last year's contract win, that is. Profits are up, though

SamSUNK! Korean giant's electronics biz takes punch to the smartphone profits

Samsung's mobile phone businesses took a nasty tumble in 2014's fourth quarter, with profits at the company's electronics division falling by 27 per cent to 5.35 trillion won ($4.9bn).
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Amazon's new WorkMail for enterprise: Another Fire dud – or a Kindle?

Amazon Web Services is touting a cloud-hosted email system to the world of big business.

Bill Gates – I WISH I was like Zuck and spoke Chinese. Yep, I drink poo

Je suis Charlie? Je suis imbécile
Kieren McCarthy, 28 Jan 21:37

Juniper in the red as product biz bleeds sales in 'challenging' Q4

CEO Rahim: 'we are moving with urgency'
Paul Kunert, 28 Jan 16:35

Veritas is home. Symantec’s storage split-off adopts old name

Moniker re-emergence the final unravelling of a doomed deal
Chris Mellor, 28 Jan 15:51

Windows tablet price war FINALLY has 'em prying open wallets

All it took was a reduction of 70%. Margin, what margin?
Paul Kunert, 28 Jan 14:50

Spinning rust into gold: WD profit grows ... though sales dip

+Comment Rival Seagate being outsold by Milligan’s Mob
Chris Mellor, 28 Jan 13:04

Spartan on Windows 7? Microsoft is 'watching demand'

Extensions plan coming
Gavin Clarke, 28 Jan 12:34

Hungry UK IT biz, VC firm to swallow former Ericsson arm Damovo – sources

Daisy Group to take UK ops, Oakley Capital the rest: tipsters
Paul Kunert, 28 Jan 11:02

Five years of Sun software under Oracle: Were the critics right?

Oracle-Sun anniversary They said Java, MySQL and Solaris were all doomed
Neil McAllister, 28 Jan 10:02

HMRC fails to plan for £10.4bn contract exit... because it's 'too risky'

HMRC's eye-wateringly expensive £10.4bn IT deal – "the largest technology contract in government" – could be too risky to change as the department has failed to plan for a new contract model, MPs have warned.

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