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    Surface Book nightmare: Microsoft won't fix 'Sleep of Death' bug

    Hands-on How a weird system crash has plagued expensive lap-slabs for months

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    UK.gov's promise to pour cash into SMEs was just hot air

    Analysis Professor lays spending blame at Crown Commercial Services' door

    Burning money, photo via Shutterstock

    Don't buy Azure in US dollars – it's cheaper in many other currencies

    Microsoft's exchange rates for discounted Azure can work in your favour

    Are EU having a laugh? Europe passes hopeless cyber-commerce rules

    Analysis When compromise becomes why bother at all

    HP CEO Meg Whitman

    Whitman deletes another chapter in HP history as CSC and ES borg

    Services basketcases cling together = bigger basketcase

    Samsung: Don't install Windows 10. REALLY

    Microsoft and Samsung celebrate Windows 10 year of driver FAIL

    Disk death: Three-quarters of PCs will run SSDs by 2020

    At least, that's what the analysts say...

    UK.gov's promise to pour cash into SMEs was just hot air

    Analysis Professor lays spending blame at Crown Commercial Services' door

    Don't buy Azure in US dollars – it's cheaper in many other currencies

    Microsoft's exchange rates for discounted Azure can work in your favour

    Surface Book nightmare: Microsoft won't fix 'Sleep of Death' bug

    Hands-on How a weird system crash has plagued expensive lap-slabs for months

    Tech spending in Europe is slowing, a fatter Tech Data belches

    Don't disturb piggy at the trough, he's busy

    Flash. Arrrgh. Nimble sales down

    Revenues decline Q-on-Q as late flash array entry takes toll

    The screeching of Violin Memory's parting strings is horrible

    Revenues walk the falling walk again as CEO talks the turnaround talk – again

    Foxconn to slurp loss-making Smart Technologies for $200m

    Interactive display firm latest to go Chinese

    Three UK cloudy firms promise CMA they'll be 'fairer' to customers

    Market probe by regulator results in publicly slapped wrists

    It's a Hull of a thing: Kcom takes a break from 8-year sales slide

    Sidles up to the enterprise: Psst, want some IP?

    Are EU having a laugh? Europe passes hopeless cyber-commerce rules

    Analysis When compromise becomes why bother at all

    Q. What do you call a sales-growing letdown? A. Pure Storage

    All-flash box biz boosts sales, deepens losses, comes out swinging at analysts

    Lenovo: Markets for our products 'will remain challenging'

    Let them finish... 'for the short term'. But mostly chalks up loss to M&A costs

    Bank in the UK? Plans afoot to make YOU liable for bank fraud

    Wonder whose idea that was...

    Whitman deletes another chapter in HP history as CSC and ES borg

    Services basketcases cling together = bigger basketcase

    NetApp posts $8m loss as its pivot continues. Feeling comfy, George?

    Solidfire buyout hits the books, but underlying revenues dipped

    It's been a breach-tastic year. And Sophos sales were good, apparently

    But first public outing reveals slimmer wallet

    Hungry UK services slinger swallows hosting biz for £65m – sources

    Deal done between Pulsant and Onyx, one less MSP ...

    Beleaguered 123-reg customers spot price hike

    Price went up before mass deletion

    HP Inc-eption: Our new 3D printers print themselves, says CEO

    And with possible job cuts looming in 2017, how about money – can they print money?

    Two weeks ago Salesforce had an outage. Now it's outsourced to AWS

    International expansion to rely on Jeff B's cut price bit barns

    Blighty's National Cyber Security Centre cyber-reveals cyber-blueprints

    NCSC will address best practices and incident response

    Microsoft won't back down from Windows 10 nagware 'trick'

    Redmond assumes closing nagware dialog means 'yes', says that's by design

    Hardware sizzles for HPE – and brings home the bacon

    Whitman hails 'best quarter' since she grabbed CEO chair

    Craig Wilson just can't catch a break. Tries to leave HPE, finds self back again

    Exec heads to CSC via Xchanging... arrives back at the Hotel California

    'Grey tech' broker DP Data Systems has gone titsup

    Vowed to go clean rather than shut up shop. Shuts up shop

    Former Sun CEO Scott McNealy has data on 1/14th of humanity

    He wants it for 1/7th, plus a proper thin client to access it with and for Silicon Valley to come up with some new ideas

    HPE spins out enterprise services business into CSC

    Breaking up is not hard to do

    Trad software sales type looking for a break? Atlassian shrugs

    Old world sales types unlikely to get a taste of young firms

    Insure against a cyberwhat now? How the heck do we crunch those numbers?

    Pushing for creation of cyberattack database

    Steady as she goes at Softcat, Q3 trading in line with forecasts

    No further mention of storm clouds gathering

    Nutanix slims down code, chases after small business

    Hardware minus big-shops-software bits

    UK distributor Steljes goes titsup

    Specialist audio visual firm calls administrator as cash flow dries

    Booming sales of flippy detachables offers hope to glum PC market

    Businesses want in too

    UK.gov preparing to lob up to £4 BEEELLION at commodity tech

    Mega framework contract notice out ... also calls for open source

    Don't tell the Cabinet Office: HMRC is building its own online ID system

    Just as GDS's Verify goes live

    Committees: Wait! Don't strap on the Privacy Shield yet

    Two working parties, ministers galore... but data transfer law remains in limbo

    Half of EU members sidle up to EC: About the data-sharing rules. C'mon. Chill out

    Ensure regs don't 'constitute a barrier to development'

    Cock fight? Not half. Microsoft beats down Apple in Q1

    Biz tab sales stakes - the winner and the iPad Pro

    Salesforce slaps UK Enterprise customers with 40% price hike

    Meanwhile Americans enjoy a modest 20% price rise. Eh?

    Ding ding: IBM rings bell for round two of job cuts at GTS

    Technical Support Services staffers form Employee Consultation Committee

    Business dept sinks £14m into canned shared services plan

    Later pulls out of Cabinet Office scheme, but reckons will still save money

    EMC, Cisco and pals nail colours to the EU Remain mast

    Tucci, IBM UK, Microsoft UK and more put pen to paper

    Shared services centres supposed to save £128m saved £0... and cost £4m

    Cabinet Office lacked 'accountability', 'experience'

    VCE boss Chad Sakac bets he'll win the hyperconverged market

    Cisco to stay in vBlocks and Microsoft detente coming

    Cisco retires Nexus 6000 switches

    End-of-sale date will be April 30, 2017

    Google: 'Here to stay on business cloud... but a long way to go'

    Ads slinger's Diane Greene reckons Google is a force

    Salesforce claims 'record' quarter record at Oracle and SAP's expense

    More Salesforce on more AWS promise

    Dell Storage Centre: Following more than one of our series? Here's the remote

    PS and SC manager to unify 2 environments - oh and we've added compression, dedupe

    Crayon names former Di Data sales director as UK top dog

    Lockey still 'getting feet under table' at SAM consultancy

    Hew Pack Enterprise: Our OpenStack love affair is strong, but we love Microsoft too

    Cloud28+ to support Azure and Hyper V too... oh and Docker containerisation

    When are flat revenues not so bad? When your name is Cisco

    Switchzilla manages to squeak past analyst estimates in Q3

    Europe adopts new cybersecurity rules for key players

    New obligations on providers of essential services

    The PC is dead. Gartner wishes you luck, vendors

    Specifically, get in on that ultramobile premium market. You know, for gamers...

    US giant Ingram Micro snaps up little Brit Comms-care

    Regulator mulls Ingram's acquisition by China's HNA

    AWS chucks 2TB X1 instances at SAP memory hogs

    Throws elastic challenge back at Microsoft

    Remember when gov.uk said it would give big biz contracts to SMEs?

    'It cannot be certain' spending has increased at ALL – NAO

    123-Reg has another PITSTOP

    Email brownout turns customers' faces red

    APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

    Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks