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    Winners and losers: Here's who made the cut for mega TP2 framework

    Atos will not get trout in £4bn trough, neither will bunch of big PC brands

    Oracle execs get that shrinking feeling

    Larry, Mark and Safra's pay packet $46.5m lighter in fiscal '16

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise bigwig chuckles at talk of buyout talks

    Trimmed down biz 'possible' target for Dell, Cisco, Lenovo, Huawei and private equity

    Cisco preps the P45s for 500 unlucky UK staffers

    Latest wave of software-inspired bloodletting

    Sad reality: It's cheaper to get hacked than build strong IT defenses

    PHBs are applying the Ford Pinto formula to your data

    Dutch bicycle company pretends to be television company

    What were they smoking? Good e-commerce strategy: couriers are nicer to tellies than pushies

    Oracle execs get that shrinking feeling

    Larry, Mark and Safra's pay packet $46.5m lighter in fiscal '16

    Smelly toilets, smokers and the Kardishians. Virgin Media staff grill top brass

    'New 'soft closers' good, but the acrylic panels make the bogs look like a CDT project

    Winners and losers: Here's who made the cut for mega TP2 framework

    Atos will not get trout in £4bn trough, neither will bunch of big PC brands

    Plusnet outage leaves customers unable to stream Netflix. Horrors!

    Repeatedly outage-hit firm mumbles usual apologies

    Microsoft: We're hugging trees to save the 'world'

    Wouldn't be about cutting energy costs for your 100+ bit barns, then?

    Cisco preps the P45s for 500 unlucky UK staffers

    Latest wave of software-inspired bloodletting

    'Faceless' Liberty Global has 'sucked the very soul' out of Virgin Media

    Exclusive 'This is not the ISP of Richard Branson' insiders complain to El Reg

    Sad reality: It's cheaper to get hacked than build strong IT defenses

    PHBs are applying the Ford Pinto formula to your data

    Korean cargo line bailout saves Christmas for tech companies

    HP and Samsung had goods stranded at sea by container line's bankruptcy

    Oracle lawyers prevail in copyright case (No, not that, the other one)

    Rimini Street will have to foot $46m legal bill

    Big biz happy to whip out credit cards for pay-as-you-go – Red Hat

    Analysis Not so interested in lengthy subscription contracts

    Windows 10 backlash: Which? demands compo for forced upgrades

    If MS bricked your box, MS oughta cough up, says consumer org

    DDoS attacks: For the hell of it or targeted – how do you see them off?

    Cloud-based DDoS defences introduce delays

    Oracle's cloud strategy is simple – woo and win the latecomers

    OpenWorld Hybrid cloud for those who dithered, like Big Red

    Microsoft deletes Windows 10 nagware from Windows 7 and 8

    Windows Update silently did the deed, added a few security fixes for .Net Framework too

    Cisco snaps shut remote pwnage hole in Cloud Services Platform

    Flaw allowed hijacking via HTTP snippets

    Microsoft cuts ribbon on Euro cloud bit barn for Office 365, Azure

    Now only local spy agencies can slurp your data. Hurrah!

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise bigwig chuckles at talk of buyout talks

    Trimmed down biz 'possible' target for Dell, Cisco, Lenovo, Huawei and private equity

    Are you sure you want to outsource IT? Yes/No. Check this box to accept Ts&Cs

    Er, and you might wish to READ them too

    Oracle's new cloud rated 'minimum viable product' ... for now

    Oh and Larry's cut-price claim ignores that most people buy cloud as reserved instances

    Cisco re-commits to VCE with a very public display of affection

    Oi, Dell! Robbins! Get a room, will you please?

    Larry Ellison today said really nice things about rival Amazon's cloud

    OpenWorld Haha, of course he didn't – he trash-talked AWS databases for an hour

    Official: Cloud computing is now mainstream

    Advanced practitioners display hybrid vigour

    IDC: Those servers numbers just keep on tumbling

    Pesky no name ODMs beat down the big brands

    We read Nutanix's homework... and the numbers look good

    Analysis Pre-IPO HCI startup's promising biz growth foundation

    Three outsources staff to Capita

    Merry Christmas and a Happy... Oh

    Margaret Hodge's book outlines 'mind boggling' UK public sector waste

    Review Civil servants still don't care 'cos its not their cash... except it is

    Intel drafts in troubleshooting veteran for CFO slot

    Swan righted EDS Navy, drove Webvan...

    France, I am in you, says HPE's EMEA channel overlord

    Gilles Thiebaut says oui oui to country manager's job

    HP Inc's rinky-dink ink stink: Unofficial cartridges, official refills spurned by printer DRM

    Software timebomb blasts ersatz Officejet Pro supplies

    Lack of Hurd mentality at Oracle OpenWorld: Co-CEO's cloud claims fall flat live on stage

    OpenWorld When polling in keynotes goes bad

    Nutanix's $209m, $13-a-share IPO revealed in homework to watchdog

    Hyperconverged software wrangler makes long-awaited filing to go public

    Tech Data to slurp Avnet TS for $2.6 BEEELLLION

    Consolidation grips distribution as the big are eaten by the bigger

    Want a Dell printer? Unlucky – they've just stopped selling them

    Warranties won't continue beyond 2021

    CSC straps another 100 jobs to redundo cannon, lights fuse, walks off

    More Brits set to be fired into the land of the unemployed

    Spoiler alert: What Oracle is going to announce today

    OpenWorld It's clouds all the way down

    Microsoft snubs alert over Exchange hole

    It only applies to 'compromised' servers, says Redmond

    EMC: King of storage needs to shore up defences

    Watch out, Mikey D. Meg W's got enterprise storage parity

    Oracle takes aim at AWS with cheap, fast public and hybrid cloud

    Workday named Enemy No. 1 in SaaSLand as Larry Ellison jokes about his pay cut

    Salesforce Einstein: Enterprise AI breakthrough, or CRM Clippy?

    Cloud house sets lofty goals for deep learning layer

    Brexit will happen. The EU GDPR will happen. You can't avoid either

    Comply or not, in a few years you'll be able to choose

    Oracle settles with State of Oregon for US$100m, by locking it in

    Government hails free licences for PeopleSoft, Hyperion as stuff it could never afford, but desperately needs

    Cloud pause slows server revenues amid price war rumours

    Server shipments are up but the money isn't flowing

    Oracle's feeling pretty SaaS-tisfied with itself

    Profit of $1.8bn almost enough to cover Larry's OpenWorld entertainment budget

    DDoSers do it more now, but they do it less fiercely*

    Gaming, software industries bear brunt raw packet assaults

    Oracle: Delayed Java Enterprise Edition 8 to land 'within the year'

    Ladies and gents, warm up your wishlists

    Exploding public cloud just getting bigger, will be worth $200bn in 2016 – Gartner

    Security questions persist, but world is hungry for more

    'Inherent risk' to untried and untested 4G emergency services network – NAO

    If the network goes down, people could die

    HPE: Come on in, cool cloud kids, we won't compete with you – unlike *cough* Dell

    Service providers lured in with promises

    In Red Hat, Veritas: Firm backs OpenStack convergence play

    Voice through your Linux server? You might want this

    Dell overtakes HPE in server shipments as worldwide sales shrink

    x86, is it?

    So, Gov.UK infosec in 2015. 'Chaotic'. Cost £300m. NINE THOUSAND data breaches...

    ... and gov wants more of our data?

    HPE EMEA boss confirms shuffling of exec deck

    HPE GPC '16 Round holes, square pegs... or something like that

    Hyper-converged hyper-contender ZeroStack starts connecting clouds

    Promises ESX-to-KVM-to-AWS and back again without involving architects

    Gimps with big Dell balls hijack HPE's partner shindig

    Marketing budget a bit tight after EMC slurp Michael?

    Straight outta Staines: Attenda has finally been sold... to US biz Ensono

    We called it

    Bad news: MySQL can dish out root access to cunning miscreants

    Updated Good news: Oracle sneaked some patches out

    IP telephony biz VoIPtalk quietly admits to possible data breach

    Usual drill, change passwords

    APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

    Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks