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    Dixons, UK's fifth 'emergency service', brushes off Brexit scare stories

    CEO: 'volatility inevitable' but look at our fiscal '16 financials, we are peerless

    Bad tech buyers

    This local council paid HOW MUCH for an SD card?!

    Barmy burghers not the worst when it comes to price-padded procurement

    EU egg timer, photo via Shutterstock

    Vodafone hints at relocation from UK

    Au revoir, auf wiedersehen and arrivederci!

    ICO slapped data blabbers with £2m in fines last year

    Doubled 2014 thanks to noose-tightening for nuisance callers

    A man refusing

    No means no: Windows 10 nagware's red X will stop update – Microsoft

    Clicking on pop-up's close icon will postpone upgrade, Redmond exec promises

    Veeam poster boy and CEO Ratmir Timashev steps down

    Fills top office with existing general, raids VMware for chief operations man

    Dixons, UK's fifth 'emergency service', brushes off Brexit scare stories

    CEO: 'volatility inevitable' but look at our fiscal '16 financials, we are peerless

    Brexit, schmexit: BT and Oracle join hands for a cloudy tryst

    But partnerships not the same as winning new biz – analyst

    Lenovo HPC bounces back after IBM spinoff

    High performance biz has grown... and customers.. well, they're a little different

    Vodafone hints at relocation from UK

    Au revoir, auf wiedersehen and arrivederci!

    This local council paid HOW MUCH for an SD card?!

    Barmy burghers not the worst when it comes to price-padded procurement

    No means no: Windows 10 nagware's red X will stop update – Microsoft

    Clicking on pop-up's close icon will postpone upgrade, Redmond exec promises

    Want $50bn from Uncle Sam? Put in a bid on these IT contracts

    US government asks for quotes on massive Alliant 2 program

    Cisco to splash $293m on CloudLock

    Security firm sniffs out cloudy user behaviour and more

    Pure Storage’s FlashBlade is great on paper. But it's still only on paper

    Development project gets more bells and whistles

    Post Brexit tech spending to rise like a lead balloon

    Vendors deliver sobering message to staff

    ICO slapped data blabbers with £2m in fines last year

    Doubled 2014 thanks to noose-tightening for nuisance callers

    Never-never chip tech Memristor shuffles closer to death row

    Comment Execution warrant close to being signed for Fink's folly

    Tesco Mobile does what? Hahahahahahaha. Sorry customers

    Yep, it has outsourced call centre support to Capita

    MPs of Europe unite: Listen up big biz, air your tax deals in public

    Tax doesn't have to be taxing, unless you're trying to avoid it

    Now Intel swings axe at sales, marketing peeps

    Top buyers like Lenovo and Acer told to deal directly with Cali mothership

    'I urge everyone to fight back' – woman wins $10k from Microsoft over Windows 10 misery

    Software giant hauled into small claims court after PC knackered

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise CTO, CCO to call it a day

    Machine moves closer, execs move(d) out

    Intel mulls sale of Intel Security – reports

    Opinion The game done changed

    Cray explores options for supercomputing-as-a-service

    Should you run your weather simulations in the cloud?

    NetApp loses Lee Caswell to VMware

    The flash array marketing guy takes a sudden hike and gets virtualised

    Osborne on Leave limbo: Travel and trade stay unchanged

    But employers plan hire freeze and relocation

    UK digi strategy on ice post Brexit results - sources

    BREXIT Q: Just how do we untangle Gov.UK systems from the EU regs and policy? A: Messily

    Lenovo Solution Center portal patched to shutter hacker god mode hole

    Hack hole turns pleb users to admin queens, kills AV to boot

    Disco, Pogs, and the Microsoft Surface 3

    Name three things that are dead

    Violin goes for reverse stock split

    Stockholder approval looks to be a formality but market capitalization issue remains

    Thinking of using multiple clouds? Don't do it, stick with us says AWS CEO

    'Every tier-one country will have an AWS region' – but analyst says other providers are catching up

    EU GDPR compliance still a thing for UK firms even after Brexit

    BREXIT Leaving doesn't get you out of commitments

    Dev boss: What will Microsoft do with Windows 10 Mobile? Surprise – it's for work!

    'Surface phone' will have challenging app gap

    Don't laugh: Ofcom's a model for post-Brexit Europe

    BREXIT Telco regulation done right? We can show how

    Oracle: Cloud-first for 12.2 update – on-prem world will have to wait

    You'll eat Larry's fluffy white stuff and enjoy it

    Tech firms reel from Leave's Brexit win

    BREXIT 'It’s completely unclear where this leaves us in Britain'

    Gartner: Brexit to wipe $4.6bn off tech spending in Blighty

    BREXIT And as for currency volatility: there will be price rises

    Vendors suspend tech orders as Brexit slaps Brit pound

    BREXIT Customer uncertainty, short term pain predicted, will be no jam tomorrow

    Technology shares slide with Brexit vote, except ARM

    BREXIT Cambridge firm: Our earnings are outside EU

    PM resigns as Britain votes to leave EU

    BREXIT Rueful Remainer or Shy Leaver? Let us know

    Mandarins plotted to water down EU data protection regs

    Exclusive Moving to ensure grip on citizen data even before we voted Leave

    From Watson Jr to Watson AI: IBM's changed, and Papa Watson wouldn't approve

    The customer and staff company is no more

    BlackBerry's turnaround stalls

    Software bet looks great, but Priv apathy taxes the bookkeepers

    Intrinsic: We have no CEO. Otherwise everything is tickety-boo

    Biz that couldn't find buyer devises 3-year strategy plan - services and security

    Huawei: Come 2017, we'll also deal in pure, uncut software

    OPNFV Summit But box biz will take a long time to die, says chief cloud architect

    Maplin Electronics demands cash with menaces

    Listen up people, want to appear in our stores or website? Cough

    Linux's NFV crew: Operators keen to ditch clunky networks, be 'cool' like, er, Facebook

    OPNFV Summit Moving as fast as embiggened bods can shift

    Put storage inside the individual hosts of a virtual cluster? You're CRAZY... Like a fox

    Sysadmin blog Our man Trev thinks 2016 is hyperconvergence's year

    No contract protected against the risk of bid-rigging, says expert

    In procurement? Read this

    HDS goes hyper with its latest pile of converged IT Lego blocks

    Entry-level box joined by new hyper-converged product

    Google enlists Microsoft VoIP partner to unseat Office 365+Skype

    RingCentral in the middle

    Dell tempts hordes with MASSIVE DISCOUNTS on PCs

    By massive we mean, er, not very big at all...

    Why you should Vote Remain: Bananas, bathwater and babies

    Comment Better the devil EU know?

    Shareholders rubber-stamp Ingram Micro $6bn sale to Chinese firm

    Execs and directors post deal payout of $126m gets thumbs up too

    Parliament is building a new website – and it doesn't want GDS anywhere near it

    'Constitutionally incompatible' to get the digi-bods to do it

    Police ICT Company head: Eat your cloud, cops, it's good for you

    Let's put body-worn camera footage in the white'n'fluffy stuff, says Martin Wyke

    Intel still chip, chip, chippin' away at the European Commission's anti-trust fine

    AMD's complaint: sweet sixteen, never been nixed

    Clouds rain revenue on Adobe's business

    Q2 2016 ahead of 2015 by 20 per cent

    All this Brexit talk derailed UK tech spending, right? That's a big fat NOPE

    Only a day and a half until the madness ends

    Plump Dell lays its table for the upcoming HPC Stampede

    Texas gamble accompanies business trio

    Cash-strapped English and Welsh cops prepare to centralise all 43 forces' websites

    Centralisation was such a success when GOV.UK came in, after all

    Count 'em and weep: Intrinsic looking for fifth CEO in five years

    Mark Bates exits biz after search for a buyer proves elusive

    Trustmarque has been sold yet again – this time to Capita for £57m

    Now you can buy your favourite software from your favourite integrator

    APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

    Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks