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    Argos defection to Tech Data whips Ingram Micro's bottom... line

    Loss of retail contract just one dent of many in Q1

    Intel has driven a dagger through Microsoft's mobile strategy

    Analysis Possibly not fatal to Continuum – but it doesn’t help

    Stock market. Pic: Alberto Carrasco Casado

    Midwich IPO will value its AV and print distie biz at £165m

    Want to buy a piece of channel real estate? Friday, 6 May, 8am

    Nerd fail photo via Shutterstock

    Who you callin' stoopid? No excuses for biz intelligence's poor stats

    Note to industry: Must try harder

    Cloudy server conceptual illustration. Photo by Shutterstock

    Restaurant booked, flowers ordered ... Microsoft has a hot date for SQL Server 2016

    Mark June 1 in your calendar

    EMC makes a LEAP forward with Virtustream and more

    EMC World Announcement overload? Oh, you'll love it just as much as Big Mickey Dell

    Intel has driven a dagger through Microsoft's mobile strategy

    Analysis Possibly not fatal to Continuum – but it doesn’t help

    Midwich IPO will value its AV and print distie biz at £165m

    Want to buy a piece of channel real estate? Friday, 6 May, 8am

    Roll up, roll up: Dot Net Solutions has a 'war chest'

    Now for that fragmented Microsoft cloud and managed services sector...

    Argos defection to Tech Data whips Ingram Micro's bottom... line

    Loss of retail contract just one dent of many in Q1

    Opower, my power: Oracle spends $532m to get some utilities cloud, er, power

    Nom-nom. Another day, another purchase

    Old, complex code could cause another UK banking TITSUP – study

    Blighty has 900k lines of code per mission critical app, one-third above world average

    Dell to change name to 'Dell Technologies'

    Except for PCs, which will still be called 'Dell', and enterprise, which will be 'Dell EMC'

    Restaurant booked, flowers ordered ... Microsoft has a hot date for SQL Server 2016

    Mark June 1 in your calendar

    Who you callin' stoopid? No excuses for biz intelligence's poor stats

    Note to industry: Must try harder

    Avnet checks legacy data kit sales stats, panics

    Enterprise tech distie to fling $25m in costs overboard for fiscal '16

    There's never been a better time to be a product reseller... if you like pain

    Insight Enterprises sales slip, blames data centre spending

    Central gov spent £6.3bn on IT. Nearly half handed to just 3 suppliers

    HP still on top with £1.2bn spend in 2014/15

    Ireland's tech sector fears fallout of Brexit 'Yes' vote

    Mad, bad and dangerous for trade

    WD’s revenue wheels have fallen off. Profits are sinking, too

    SSD cashflows do little to ease the growing HDD drought

    Food for Deep Thought: 42 is IBM's answer to Life, the Universe and Everything...

    Analysis Transformation is the word... don't overuse it

    Symantec CEO Mike Brown ousted after nasty numbers

    Board says with Veritas gone, its time for pure-play security CEO

    Amazon's AWS cash machine embiggens, breezes past $2bn-a-quarter mark

    Bezos' biz bolstered by billowing clouds

    Q. What's the difference between smartphones and that fad diet you all got bored of? A. Nothing

    Global sales see first-ever decline, analysts say it's not just Apple losing ground

    Chomp! Barracuda gets its bite back after turning a profit again

    After five profit-free quarters they're back in the black

    Samsung chuckles, swerves around Apple's Q1 phone sales crash

    S7 propels chaebol

    VMware cloud gros fromage packs his bags and takes a hike

    Exec departure flight gains yet another passenger

    Smartphone growth? Not in Q1, says IDC

    Phone-fondlers fondle fave phones for longer, spoiling upgrade cycle

    IBM bungs deduplication in FlashSystem arrays

    DS8888 high-end flash array for mainframers and the like

    Another failed merger, Carly? Ted Cruz to bring in ex-HP boss Fiorina as running mate

    Guy who'll never be president picks woman who'll never be vice president

    You're only young but you're going to die: Farewell, all-flash startups

    Comment X-IO, facing AFA market mayhem, calls it quits

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise: Wanna walk the plank voluntarily? You got it

    Exclusive Either way, biz wants to cut 1,092 UK staffers from the wage bill

    Microsoft fingered for Western Euro PC tragedy

    The decision to kill off Windows with Bing heaps misery on OEMs

    Ding-dong, reality calling: iPhone slump is not Apple's doom

    Pressure in a growth-obsessed climate

    Outsourcery inks Vodafone finance deal as selloff rumours grow

    Firm says it's preparing to restructure and dispose of non-core assets

    Blighty's SMB tech ranks bitterly divided on Brexit

    Single market vs. rest of the world

    Intel CEO Krzanich: PCs are things too!

    Intel plans to put itself InsideTM the Panopticon that is cloudy analytics

    Shares down?! But, but, but ... Apple just made $50bn – that's the way the Cookie grumbles

    Macroeconomic headwinds blamed for disaster quarter

    Gwyneth Paltrow and Richard Branson will lead Sage's 'sexy accounting' shtick

    Ashton Kutcher breaks up with pizza slice for spreadsheets

    X-IO spinning off Axellio line into new biz

    Exclusive Hits restructure button as 'hyper-competitive' external storage race speeds up

    Flat sales, falling earnings? That will be FY'16 for Datatec

    Forex rates, EMEA restructuring at Westcon, Logicalis fingered

    Alcatel-Lucent embarks on cloudy board shake-up

    Post-buyout biz searches for new revenue models

    IBM says no, non, nein to Brexit

    Now about your, er, offshoring plans, Big Blue....

    Fancy £200m? Tell HMRC you'll help them sort their IT out

    Taxman offers not-quite-so-mega contract for various outsourced services

    Riverbed gears up for its second IPO

    Exclusive Rebrand to SDN hoped to bump up previously flat revenue

    Microsoft to hike certification exam prices

    Students escape, but the rest of us have to wait for details

    It's a good time to be in hyper-converged, eh, Pivot3?

    Long-in-the-tooth startup climbs revenue growth rate peak

    Cloud gear biz Outsourcery is running out of cash. Again

    We've heard this one before. Get the begging bowls out

    EE grows network by one-third, promises to build 750 new sites

    Also brings 600 call centre jobs back to UK

    SAP HANA enterprise cloud might even turn a profit in 2017

    Rolling, two-year expansion planned for HEC

    Microsoft's Azure and Office 365 growth slows

    Analysis Nadella sticks to FY (fictional year) $20bn cloud target

    Dell looking at higher debt mountain to buy EMC

    Product overlap reduction cost-cutting possibility could be top-of-mind post-acquisition

    SecureWorks' sorry IPO falls $48m short of aim

    This won't help Dell pay for EMC either

    Whitehall waste: Cash splashed on consultants and temps up 90% in half decade

    Update Who will hold these mandarins to account? More mandarins

    Hands up, who prayed for AMD? Well, it worked

    Mini-Chipzilla licenses CPU tech to Chinese manufacturer – and the crowd goes wild

    Stalled cloud growth, software flatlining, hated Lumias unsold... It's all fine, says Microsoft CEO

    In Soviet Redmond, phones rain on cloud

    When is making $20bn in three months not enough? When your name is Google

    Wall Street hammers Chocolate Factory for not hitting targets

    EMC results: It'll all come out in the post-Dell deal wash

    +Comment Winners, losers... and that dratted Mofcom

    Microsoft headhunters seek Linux folk for secret open source unit

    Exclusive Recruiters target penguinistas for Azure sales joy

    Check Point chugs on: Profits and revenues up despite volatile market

    CEO warns that he's 'cautious as regards overall IT industry spending'

    Larry Ellison's Brit consortium in 'advanced talks' to buy Aston Villa

    He really has got his head in the clouds...

    12,000 chopped: Intel finds its inner paranoid

    The ghost of Grove that drove CEO Krzanich

    Embattled 123-reg flings six months' free hosting at angry customers

    Take this free thing and please stop slagging us off

    The suits in finance are cutting down on tech spend – Computacenter

    Q1 trading update is tale of two countries – Germany 1, UK 0

    APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

    Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks