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    Microsoft seller Trustmarque seeks private equity sugar daddy

    Exclusive Appoints William Blair to run the process for £200m sales firm

    Hadoop

    Great news, investors of Hortonworks: Only $179.1m net loss in 2015

    Still burning bank notes, but at least not at both ends

    Michael Dell, photo: Dell

    Dell 'struggling to raise funds for EMC gobble'

    A falling tech market sinks all boats

    Google UK office logos

    Google after six-year tax foot-drag: No they're fine about the fine. We're fine. No fine

    £130m tax bill over 10 years biggest settlement outside US

    Graph of US dollar going up CC 2.0 https://www.flickr.com/photos/68751915@N05/ 401kcalculator.org.

    VMware hikes vSphere prices, shrinks licence options

    Thousand-dollar increase for vCenter instances, but you get new goodies for the price

    Microsoft seller Trustmarque seeks private equity sugar daddy

    Exclusive Appoints William Blair to run the process for £200m sales firm

    HPE StorServe flash capacity boost coming

    Near enough 8TB SSDs on the way

    You can leave your hat on, warbles Rackspace to OpenStack users

    Red Hats enterprise linux OpenStack comes to former AWS-chaser's cloud

    VMware hikes vSphere prices, shrinks licence options

    Thousand-dollar increase for vCenter instances, but you get new goodies for the price

    Dell 'struggling to raise funds for EMC gobble'

    A falling tech market sinks all boats

    Insight Enterprises CEO: our EMEA ops are firing... no not staff

    Cloud business grows double digits but can't offset sluggish on-prem IT sales

    Great news, investors of Hortonworks: Only $179.1m net loss in 2015

    Still burning bank notes, but at least not at both ends

    Google after six-year tax foot-drag: No they're fine about the fine. We're fine. No fine

    £130m tax bill over 10 years biggest settlement outside US

    Heart Internet in 22-hour TITSUP after data centre power stuffup

    One of the 'most efficient and resilient data centres in Europe'

    Enterprise network spend hits the brakes – and Cisco's OK with that

    $11bn is still $11bn

    Carly Fiorina makes like HP and splits – ex-CEO quits White House race

    US Prez wannabe rails against 'crony capitalism', puts boot in Hillary

    ARM pumps fist as profits soar, warns of weaker hand in 2016

    It had a bumper year, but expect losses for this one

    Techie the most recession-proof job

    But sector still took jobs hit and an 11% pay cut in 'real terms'

    VMware finally gets all its end-user computing ideas together as one

    'Workspace One' to compete with Citrix's Workspace Suite, with help from new PCoIP alternative 'Blast'

    Private clouds kinda suck, you know?

    Sysadmin Blog Enterprises want them, but they're still a pain in the ASCII

    Ballmer schools SatNad on Microsoft's mobile strategy: You need one

    Otherwise, everything's just fine and dandy

    Imation: Data storage? No, come to us for, er, investment advice

    Analysis Hands out cash for activist investor's fund to manage, too

    Dell PowerEdge R730: Reg rack monkeys crack smiles over kindness of engineers

    Review Steady on: Nothing shocking, but it's good kit nonetheless

    Those converged infrastructure vendors are cannibals, I tell you

    Commodity servers ate my storage hardware lunch

    Big hybrid iron swinger Infinidat bigs up its own growth

    Unlisted company doing well off decline of legacy arrays

    Health Secretary promises NHS £4.2bn to go 'digital'

    Ponder: How much paper was used to promise paperless NHS?

    TalkTalk confesses: Scammers have data about our engineers' visits to your home

    Info exploited, say customers

    Bye-bye, BT: Finance director jumps ship

    Latest departure in executive exodus

    Europe makes it rain for cloud biz: £30m of gold showered on BT, IBM etc

    And Accenture and Atos and ... wait, no Amazon AWS or Microsoft Azure?

    Cisco recalls switches that could short power to the case. And hurt you

    You'll never think of 'Cisco Live' in quite the same way again

    BlackBerry axes 200 jobs – including a third of its HQ staff

    Troubled smartphone biz's latest recovery plan: Paying fewer people

    Misco locks-in, loads-up sales director Remmington

    They liked him so much, they brought him to the company

    Virgin gives blessing to O2/Three merger

    Eyes up prospect of tasty 4G

    Cisco's purple princesses gush workplace joy

    The company's stance on lavender locks? 'Just rock it!'

    Arrow: Fraudsters impersonated one of our execs to steal money

    It's costing us $13m... but the cops are on their tail

    IBM Global Tech Services staff at risk of redundo in Blighty

    Staff council to be formed, 45-day consultation begins mid-Feb

    Swiss rolls into HPE: Micro-Veeam clone Trilead gobbled

    From the land of cuckoo clocks and horology

    Oracle now fully compliant with UK tax laws*

    *In its HR software. But Big Red's been named as a creative taxpayer in the past

    By 2019 world will spend $2.8 TREELLION on the rubbish we write about

    About one dollar in five will go on smartmobes, but servers and storage will also grow

    Symantec's definition of transformation: Take the profit made a year ago and burn a quarter of it

    Silver Lake slips its PIPE into troubled security firm

    Sorry, Toshiba, speak up ... What was that? A $6bn loss amid an accounting scandal?

    Biggest dive into the red in company history expected

    Supplier promises to nudge UK schools towards secure webmail

    Think of the children, er, school governors

    Lenovo: China biz down, PC and mobile down

    But hey, losing 3,200 staff plumped profits. And it is nearly the weekend

    HPE chases risky business with Autonomy and Stonebraker tech

    Promises to help titans 'get in front of a Libor-type event'

    Networks First chairman Titmus to exit, dog pool biz awaits

    Long-serving chairman to call it quits, in IT that is...

    Three: We won't hike prices if you say yes to £10.5bn O2 merger

    Please Ms Regulator, let us do our deal

    Barracuda kills CudaDrive and Copy cloud storage services

    Blood in the water as company decides to ' focus resources on our most strategic initiatives'

    Cisco borgs IoT outfit Jasper Tech for US$1.4 billion

    And just like that, Cisco has an internet of things business unit

    Girls! Girls! Girls! Intel brags about diversity push, Silicon Valley tells itself it's doing great

    Gender equality report raises issues, asks questions

    Masked men 'steal' £250k of smartphones from Exertis

    170 iPhone 6s and 380 Samsung Galaxy S5 Neo mobes out the windows

    Convergence Group gobbles Networks First

    LAN and web connectivity specialist grabs WAN and data centre playa

    Lawyer flings class action sueball at EMC over Dell merger

    Can’t see the shareholder value in it, apparently

    Microsoft showers Office 365 sellers with gold in Google snub

    The eye of Redmond moves to the small biz space

    Former Oracle man Block fills Salesforce's COO slot

    Ascending steadily into the fluffy white stuff

    World's annual mobile data intake to hit 367 exabytes by 2020

    Think we're data hogs now? Just wait five years, says Cisco

    How many Surface power cords are a fire risk? 2.25 million in the US alone

    But five million slab-books sold worldwide before March last year

    SAP pays $3.9m to settle Panama government bribery case

    Discounted deals still made millions

    Microsoft buys SwiftKey, Britain's 'stealthiest software startup'

    AI whizzes shunned Shoreditch and Tech City ... and asked for real cash

    BT blames 'faulty router' for mega outage. Did they try turning it off and on again?

    Dodgy kit caused nationwide thinning out of Netflix

    PCS: We'll ballot Hewlett Packard Enterprise members over job cuts

    Services staff in Lytham at risk of redundo as regional delivery centres consolidate

    International Trade Commission pens patent love letter to Cisco

    Arista violated three Borg patents, unless someone else decides it didn't

    Safe Harbor ripped and replaced with Privacy Shield in last-minute US-Europe deal

    Uncle Sam promises not to spy on Europeans en masse

    IBM's Spectrum Scale gets see-through cloud tiering

    Direct support of object storage by parallel file system

    BT broadband is down: Former state monopoly goes TITSUP UK-wide

    Updated Total Inability To Shift Usual Packets

    APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

    Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks