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ID-stealing scammers had a bumper start to the year, reveals report

Incidences of identity fraud in the UK rose by more than 25 per cent in the first quarter of 2015, a new report has revealed.

IT Lab slips a ring on JMC IT

North meets south as managed services providers find love
Paul Kunert, 27 May 15:50

Windows 10 won't help. The PC biz is doomed, DOOMED, I TELL YOU

Industry folk react calmly to Microsoft's hopeful future sales targets
Paul Kunert, 27 May 14:39

Security software's a booming market. Why is Symantec stumbling?

Data breaches drive increased security spend
John Leyden, 27 May 13:42

Mutant upstart Nimble embiggens revenues – and losses, too

Red in the face, red on the financials
Chris Mellor, 27 May 12:39

SME IT contracts? That's the last thing Whitehall wants – report

We also lack procurement skills, say central govt departments
Kat Hall, 27 May 10:22

Daisy Group: Yep, we're gonna eat you all up, Phoenix IT Group

160-pence-per-share bid values tech services biz at £135m
Paul Kunert, 27 May 09:33

HP to buy ConteXtream for SDN/NFV top-up

HP is looking to beef up its service provider software-defined networking (SDN) footprint, with the acquisition of Comcast and Verizon-backed ConteXtream.
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Intel's new chips are from 'Purley' – know what I mean? Know what I mean? Say no more

A presentation given at a conference on high-performance computing (HPC) in Poland earlier this month appears to have yielded new insight into Intel's Xeon server chip roadmap.

EMC coughs up the readies for cloud management software supplier

Virtusteam veritable IaaS gold mine for backers

Private cloud has a serious image problem

‘AWS is to the era of cloud what Microsoft is to client/server’
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Capita gobbles Berks-based mobility specialist Pervasive

Biz wireless networks integrator and mobility managed services player Pervasive Ltd is the latest organisation to be crunched up by Capita's acquisition mill, The Channel can reveal.

Told ya! Coms flogs telco arm to Timico in £2.5m deal

Hard-pressed B2B communications provider Coms Plc confirmed this morning it is to offload the telco arm to Timico for an initial cash splurge of £2.5m.

Will YOU be living in a cardboard box under the motorway in five years?

One in four will be out of business, predicts ball-starer Huawei
Kat Hall, 26 May 08:31 confirms it's binned extended Windows XP support

Laggard agencies understand the risks and can cope, says GDS
Simon Sharwood, 26 May 07:29

Amazon sighs, may slip hands into trousers to pay some UK corp tax

All in the name of customer service, natch
Richard Chirgwin, 25 May 07:54

Windows and OS X are malware, claims Richard Stallman

'Resist gratification', says super-GNU-man freedom fighter
Darren Pauli, 25 May 06:58

HP: you know we said we were done with cost cutting...

Enterprise Services needs to find $2bn of savings, but s'ok, got 3 years to do it
Paul Kunert, 24 May 16:17

BlackBerry: we ARE cutting jobs AGAIN

Biz fomerly known as RIM desperately seeking profits from device unit
Paul Kunert, 24 May 14:10

Salesforce snubbed Microsoft's $55bn biz gobble offer – report

Benioff doesn't get out of bed for less than $70bn
Shaun Nichols, 22 May 20:43

Boring old Brocade just sits there making money. Damn them

Irritatingly stable firm just trundles along like a vintage Volvo
Chris Mellor, 22 May 16:34

Imation CEO voted off board in proxy war bombshell

Imation's CEO has been provisionally voted off the company's board, as shareholders supported the activist investor Clinton Group in its view of Imation's alleged leadership failures.


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Apple Mac Mini late 2014

Alexandre Mesguich

Change is order of day as tech giants shift strategy gears


Collapsed house
‘AWS is to the era of cloud what Microsoft is to client/server’
Venomous snake
Potential deleterious effects more like a snakebite* than a snake bite
Windows Server
Hacked US CENTCOM Twitter account