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SCC: the hosted voice market? Yep, we've got plans for that

Fresh from Fluidata investment, CEO Rigby outlines next priorities

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VMware tells partners, punters, to pay higher prices (probably)

Purported price hike starts April 1, and that's no joke

Microsoft and Oracle are 'not your trusted friends', public sector bods

Local gov and unis hit with costs for being 'under-licensed'

Amazon cloud threatens to SMASH the fundamental laws of PHYSICS

Infinite capacity in a finite universe? Challenge accepted, says Bezos

Booth babe banhammer

Bye bye, booth babes. IT security catwalk RSA nixes sexy outfits

Wouldn't wear it in the CEO's office? Don't wear it on the show floor

Tim Cook: I'll give just a THIRD of what Gates gave to charity last year

Apple CEO to flex financial muscles in the name of 'charidee'

Microsoft and Oracle are 'not your trusted friends', public sector bods

Local gov and unis hit with costs for being 'under-licensed'

SanDisk slashes sales outlook as growth shudders to a stop

Firm expects revenues down by 14 per cent from last year

Labour has a pop at the government over missed GDS targets

Also criticises big project IT write-offs. In other news: Pot in kitchen racism scandal

Europe drags, as Accenture posts steady growth

Outsourcing giant sees 13 per cent North American increase

VMware tells partners, punters, to pay higher prices (probably)

Purported price hike starts April 1, and that's no joke

Google botches another cloud patch, this time messing up App Engine

Not a lot of problems, but third fluff in a few weeks is not a good look

Bye bye, booth babes. IT security catwalk RSA nixes sexy outfits

Wouldn't wear it in the CEO's office? Don't wear it on the show floor

By Odin, Parallels thinks cloud service providers should buy Odin

Virty vendor's automation biz ascends to Valhalla

Silicon Valley powers: Let mass spying die in May 2015 – it's bad for privacy (and business)

Citizens' personal information is all OURS, say tech giants

Amazon cloud threatens to SMASH the fundamental laws of PHYSICS

Infinite capacity in a finite universe? Challenge accepted, says Bezos

Light the lanterns people, Acer made a profit in 2014

Finally, an end to the three years of consecutive losses

SCC: the hosted voice market? Yep, we've got plans for that

Fresh from Fluidata investment, CEO Rigby outlines next priorities

Ex-Insight director Griffiths moves to CMS Distribution

Industry vet handed control of software division

NetApp channel: Can the new UK boss stop the rot?

Resellers talk of battle over services with flatlining storage biz

How tech bosses manage their teams for fun and profit

CIO Manifesto 'Whenever I hear the word culture I reach for my org chart...'

And the prize for LEAST SECURE BROWSER goes to ... Chrome!

Beats Solaris, flattens Gentoo

Wall Street tips fedora to Red Hat: Sales up, profit flat, everybody dance

sudo ./buy_back_shares $500m

Metro app meets Windows 10. A Microsoft win? Maybe after a little improvement

First Look Hands on with the preview tools for the UAP

PATRIOT Act axed, NSA spying halted ... wake up, Neo, it's just a dream in the US House of Reps

It's the thought that counts

So you've been told to build a cloud. No one was fired for buying HP hardware, er, right?

Cloud-centric Cloudline box is cloud right for the cloud world, cloud HP says in the cloud

Document Foundation pledges Office 365 and Google Docs challenger

Free, open-source, independent cloud and mob collab suite coming

Where will you place your vendor bets in 2015?

Change is order of day as tech giants shift strategy gears

Lexmark splashes $1BEEEELION on Kofax

How many printer cartridges does that equate to? A lot

Capita shuns its own £2.5bn framework and touts G-Cloud IT

Controversial outsourcer admits its own product is crap

Phoenix IT Group says 'see ya' to repairs staff

Workshop to be outsourced to Centrex by month's end

Microsoft enlists web security pariah Adobe to help build Internet Explorer-killer Spartan

Don't panic: The Photoshop giant's doing the pretty bits, not the secure bits

Apple takes ACID-compliant NoSQL upstart FoundationDB

Cupertino won't say why, or for how much, or if the sun came up today

Former Misco exec rocks up at Tech Data

Gary Withington made UK corporate and field sales director

NCC bags security services outfit Accumuli for £55m

UK firm's 'business of three halves' may soon have four halves?

Microsoft's three-way only goes one way: Backends merge into Azure App Service

Come into our cloud, urges Redmond

Calyx Managed Services break-up begins. Just like we told you

Break-fix and carrier arms offloaded for £5.5m in cash

Dell denies 'insecure autoupdate app' flings open PC backdoor

Gov software implant? Not us - never, says hardware giant

Equinix looking for friends to fuel enterprise push

New Melbourne bit barn joins

Windows 10 apps to rule them all – phones, slabs and PCs: Microsoft pulls out 'universal' tool

Don't expect to run them on phones yet, though

Got a killer Microsoft or Oracle cloud deal? Start sweating

Analysis Big boys snare the unwary with too-good-to-be-true deals

Nutanix 'working on a homebrew hypervisor', sources tell El Reg

Hyper-converged hyper-hipsters hatching ... we're not entirely sure, actually

Reseller SCC buys a slice of Fluidata

Make way, we’re heading for the infrastructure space

Distribution of cream among EMC executive fat cats revealed

Tucci is peachy, Goulden is golden and so forth

ARM plans to win 20 per cent of the server market by the year 2020

More than 48 core ARMv8 chips to unlock the data centre door

BT set to undercut rivals with return to mobile biz

Reports suggest telecoms giant will unveil plans this week

Ark of the Government deal confirmed, joint venture established

Does UK.gov really know what it’s got there

Russia's Putin IT spend in reverse gear, fast

Sixteen per cent shrinkage last year and further, faster contractions to come

Oracle salesmen get SEVENFOLD salary boost for flogging its cloudy aaS produce

Exclusive Mmmm, smells like Hurd'n'Katz have been at work

FlashRay founder Pawlowski flees NetApp

Beepy bows out, and trots off for some new adventures (and pizza)

Home Office splashed £35m trying to escape e-Borders contract

Exclusive Costs set to balloon further as Raytheon 'determined to pursue' appeal

PIRATES and THIEVES to get Windows 10 as BOOTY

Redmond reckons free upgrade will convert China

Zombie SCO shuffles back into court seeking IBM Linux cash

Bring it on say Big Blue's beaks

HP's great cloud server cattle roundup with Foxconn begins

Pet carriers not wanted for whitebox stampede

Ex-Autonomy chief Mike Lynch's Darktrace bags £12.6m from investors

Spook-friendly infosec firm swallows more wonga

Osbo: Choose a f*cking IoT fridge. Choose spirit-crushing driverless cars

Budget Day 2015 You look like you're eating jam straight out of the jar, says Clippy

Cisco posts kit to empty houses to dodge NSA chop shops

Kit sent to SmallCo of Nowheresville to avoid NSA interception profiles

Windows 10 will finally drop in 'summer' says Microsoft

Redmond also brings Band wristjob to Blighty and gives Win 10 a facial

Oracle in dollar bother – but Larry's in a fighting mood over cloudy future

SAP 'not there,' Workday 'not competitive,' and Benioff's in for a shock, supremo chants

Adobe: Flash, pah. Look, we're doing just fine in the cloud, thank you

Creative cloud users are still rising, says Photoshop op

Nutanix takes a hyper-converged swipe at VMware's top cert

A VCDX doesn't cut it in a multi-hypervisor world

HP takes channel types back to school

HP GPC Scraps Enterprise Group sales certifications, shifts to biz-based training

Convenience trumps 'open' in clouds and data centers

Comment Sorry OpenStack and Open Compute, we're not all Facebook

Respect mah privacy! EU delegation begs US to play nice with data

11 MEPs fly to DC for a week. It's tough at the top

APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks