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IBM slurps database-as-a-service outfit Compose

MongoDB, Redis, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL to be thrown into the Bluemix

OpenStack

Intel promises 'scores' of deals to underpin enterprise cloud

Let's build out the software defined infrastructure

Microsoft launches Advanced Threat Analytics

Pitch: Bust up the 200 day-long hacker party.

HP slaps dress code on R&D geeks: Bin that T-shirt, put on this tie

Exclusive Grumbling from techies as rules enforced to keep customers happy – source

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The green salamander is OUT: Cisco gives up on Invicta flash arrays

Sources whisper to El Reg while firm won't confirm – or deny

Tired tablets don't tickle the imagination, so sales fall again

Market fragmenting as Apple and Samsung lose dominance, say new IDC numbers

NetApp sees IBM/Cisco VersaStack as 'huge' threat to FlexPod

Competitive intel docs leak to forums, reveal NetApp beaten by SolidFire for Cisco sale

Capita cracks open the bubbly after 10 per cent sales jump

Frenchy rival Atos also celebrates big growth despite DWP contract boot

Blighty tablet sales plunge 31 per cent in saturated market

Eurozone buffer helps desktop PCs sales rise 20 per cent, however

Intel tests definition of insanity with (leaked) typoslab Skylake CPUs

Ultrabooks, tablets, all-in-one PCs ... these are still selling, right? Right?

Ballmer's billion-dollar blunders: When he gambled Microsoft's money and lost

Analysis Nokia is the biggest write-off yet, but it wasn't the first

Oracle storage analytics break Oracle storage appliances

Big Red warns of ZFS boxen halting when you delve too greedily and too deep

EU rubber-stamps Nokia's proposed Alcatel-Lucent gobble

Says they're 'not close competitors'

How to waste two years and lose $415m: Cisco's now-dead Whiptail deal

Exclusive + analysis A sorry story of whipped tales, angst and attrition

Intel promises 'scores' of deals to underpin enterprise cloud

Let's build out the software defined infrastructure

Unisys halts and catches fire: Mainframe builder dives into the red

It did see ‘solid revenue growth on a constant currency basis’ though, so there's that

Microsoft delivers Exchange 2016 Preview

Born in the cloud, only lives on Windows Server 2012, CAS servers kicked out of home

HP slaps dress code on R&D geeks: Bin that T-shirt, put on this tie

Exclusive Grumbling from techies as rules enforced to keep customers happy – source

BlackBerry vows to make even fewer phones

New strategy means hardware business is just clinging on, at best

IBM slurps database-as-a-service outfit Compose

MongoDB, Redis, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL to be thrown into the Bluemix

Embarrassed Amazon admits to actually MAKING MONEY as cloud biz blooms

Investors blindsided by unexpected profit

The green salamander is OUT: Cisco gives up on Invicta flash arrays

Sources whisper to El Reg while firm won't confirm – or deny

EMC's turbulent trifecta temporarily ties Tucci to top table

Comment CEO sends united federation off to seek out new life and new civilisations

Investors fling fresh cash at Mike Lynch-backed Darktrace

Former spook-operated biz now worth more than £60m

We need the power of corporates, says OpenStack exec

Linux-for-cloud head rejects pioneer's claim of a 'lost soul'

Cisco exits set-top box biz, sheds US$1.8bn of revenue

Technicolor flings €550 million to pick up Borg's Connected Devices Division

Cloudy VMs leak ID details that could allow attacks, says researcher

Hot chips and other kit produce artefacts that let bad guys indentify and isolate VMs

Microsoft launches Advanced Threat Analytics

Pitch: Bust up the 200 day-long hacker party.

Storage unicorns and their hyped-up horns

Comment Facing impalation on their own bony proboscii

Storage slump? Dunno what you're talking about, beams EMC

But infrastructure refreshes are slowing, warns top man Tucci

Cut-throat cloud pricing not as cut-throat as you'd think

Look away from the static pricing for services...

Lockheed Martin's bored with UK.gov IT and going back to fast jets

So, military hardware is more interesting than tech procurement

UK's Crown Commercial Service creams off £72m from frameworks

Bureaucratic body has year of 'intense activity'

VMware sprawls across the data centre to post 'solid' Q2 results

$1.6 BEELLION revenue, 2,000 VSANs now in production but no mention of EVO:RAIL

BREAKING NEWS: Apple makes money

It's a close one, really close

Microsoft has RECORD quarter, in a BAD way - Sad Nad slashes phone biz

But Windows 10 will change everything, right?

Staff at stumbling server storage supplier QLogic brace for big layoffs

Up to a fifth of workers at risk as business faces downturn

Dancing in the fluffy white stuff ain't helping SAP's bottom line

Basically we bought too much stuff, says firm

More mobile misery at Cisco: Intucell set for cuts?

Reports of radio access biz reorganisation

Huawei claims 30 per cent growth for H1 2015/16

All segments on the rise

What's dying on the vine and rhymes with IBM?

Unlucky Big Blue suffers 13th straight quarter of decline

Microsoft sets end date on Windows 10 support. Hey, wait, WHAT?

Like facing hackers alone? Prep now

Magic quadrant of four squares, who's the virtualisation Mayor?

VMware in the lead again, despite vSphere 6.0 missing the cut

WHOA! Windows 10 to be sold on USB drives – what a time to be alive

We're not primitives, insist Redmondites

AMD CEO: We're jumping back into cost-cutting mode

But don't worry – our channel enjoyed a 'sequential increase'

Microsoft licensing house Crayon buys into US tech market

CEO Takle grabs Software Wholesale International by short and curlies

Daisy Group’s Riley: Integration of £200m + acquired beast starts today

Phoenix IT Group adds 3,600 new customers to stables of new parent

Hear that screeching sound? It's the sales brakes on distie juggernaut DCC Tech

Disappearing demand for tabs, notebooks and smartphones fingered

We want MORE, whine Colt directors after seeing buyout proposal

Fingers-in-eyes protest likely to make no difference

Oracle retreats on $210m Rimini Street 'value' damages

Rimini sets back claim as Oracle "streamlines" theft claims

Ex-Apple bods suing Apple for bag searches get class-action upgrade

Federal judge throws open legal battle to thousands of store staff

Google signs as OpenStack sponsor

Cross-cloud Kubernetes collaboration caper is Chocolate Factory's hybrid cloud play

Sky still blue, above the ocean: Google still raking it in

Turns out automated small ads is a great way to pile up cash

Pray for AMD

It's always darkest before it goes pitch black

Feel like you're being herded onto Windows 10? Well, you should

Comment Microsoft's IE11 browser push to flip business

Windows RT on life support: Microsoft vows it won't pull the plug

New not-Windows-10 update to arrive in September

Daisy Group seals Phoenix IT Group buy, exec set for exit

'When the curtain falls, the actors should leave the stage' ... or somfink

It's ALIVE! Network Services contract finally staggers upright

No thanks to Clown Commercial Services, though

BT circles wagons round Openreach as Ofcom mulls forced split-up

Bloodthirsty rivals cheer at thought of bloody amputation

Wick Hill decides the, er, Price is right

Channel veteran, a man called Tony, grabs UK sales director role

HP tops HPC charts, former Big Blue biz not so super

China still a top trend says IDC

Good for some: Greek meltdown swells Dixons Carphone's coffers

Don't stick your cash in the bank or a mattress. Buy a giant telly instead

EU probes Qualcomm over possible antitrust issues

Dominance and predatory pricing to be looked at

Microsoft to Windows 10 consumers: You'll get updates LIKE IT or NOT

Licensing agreement says 'receive automatic downloads without additional notice'

APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks