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    VMware fixes 'split brain' caused by 'stubbed toe' of botched NSX update

    VMworld CEO Pat Gelsinger says pulled release was a glitch, not a culture fail

    Making us pay tax will DESTROY EUROPE, roars Apple's Tim Cook

    Apparently everyone could pay 0.005 per cent tax if they only asked

    Cisco is the new container for ContainerX

    Upstart start-up assimilated into cloud biz

    Holy friggin' Dell! $67bn EMC mega-gobble to complete on Sept 7

    祝你好运,戴尔先生

    Downtime, outage

    Cloudy biz Vesk suffers 2-day outage – then boasts of 100% uptime

    HDD failure led to 'split brain event' – for systems and techies alike

    Cloudy biz Vesk suffers 2-day outage – then boasts of 100% uptime

    HDD failure led to 'split brain event' – for systems and techies alike

    Enterprise storage is a stagnant – and slightly smelly – pond

    Opinion Graphing IDC numbers and looking the market ain't pretty

    Cisco is the new container for ContainerX

    Upstart start-up assimilated into cloud biz

    Making us pay tax will DESTROY EUROPE, roars Apple's Tim Cook

    Apparently everyone could pay 0.005 per cent tax if they only asked

    Holy friggin' Dell! $67bn EMC mega-gobble to complete on Sept 7

    祝你好运,戴尔先生

    VMware fixes 'split brain' caused by 'stubbed toe' of botched NSX update

    VMworld CEO Pat Gelsinger says pulled release was a glitch, not a culture fail

    Intel's makeshift Kaby Lake Cores hope to lure punters from tired PCs

    Seventh-generation processors with DRM-friendly UHD engine will appear from next month

    Ireland taxman: Apple got NO favours from us, at all, at all

    Yes, we squeezed just 0.005% corp tax from Apple. That was what it owed

    Microsoft releases firmware fix for faulty Surface Pro 3 batteries

    'Portable' device can now be untethered from wall

    EU verdict: Apple received €13bn in illegal tax benefits from Ireland

    Updated 'State aid' will be recovered, plus interest

    Michael Dell promises new EMC/Dell/VMware engineered systems

    Expect them ASAP once the EMC deal closes, which will be real soon now

    Tim Cook trousers $135m in Apple shares

    CEO celebrates five years by getting even richer

    VMware goes back to its future with multi-cloud abstractions

    Virtzilla's going to bet you've got server sprawl all over again, this time in the cloud

    Nutanix: Yup, OK, we gobbled PernixData, Calm.io. What you gonna do about it?

    Cracks open wallet ahead of IPO

    Apple is making life terrible in its factories – labor rights warriors

    Manufacturers buckling under demands for cheaper iStuffs

    Rackspace finds its $4.3bn sugar daddy

    Cloud wrangler inks deal to go private

    Bloody Dell! Is EMC going to drop its logo? Answers on a postcard to Brentford

    Pics Reg man spies changes to London HQ

    Brocade broadcasts financial success. Well, if you call an 89% profit drop 'success'

    Better than expected, though Fibre Channel is faltering

    Corporates ARE sniffing around Windows 10, says Computacenter

    Half-yearly results lets them punt unloved OS again

    Pure Storage notches up a 93 per cent growth rate. Not bad, not bad

    They're still losing tens of millions, though

    Linux turns 25, with corporate contributors now key to its future

    What's the weather in hell today? Linus Torvalds has visited Microsoft at LinuxCon

    Both HPs allegedly axed people just for being old, California court told

    Class-action lawsuit accuses IT giants of age discrimination in layoffs

    NHS injects tender for PC and peripherals kit with £500m

    Who said there's no money in the kitty for junior doctors... oh Gov.UK did

    Tech Data swings and misses Wall Street moneymen's target

    CEO: IT spending weaker than expected but we grabbed rivals by the short and curlies

    Biz phones 'n' broadband bods Gamma suffer a network TITSUP

    Channel partners and customers left in dark since 8am service blackout

    Movers and shakers: Execs take a hike from Lenovo and HPE

    Plus one greybeard lands at enterprise licensing biz Crayon

    Error: Print job 'Money' failed for laserjet001.lan.hp.com

    HP Inc manages to not lose quite as much cash as Wall Street expected. Go team

    French, German ministers demand new encryption backdoor law

    But is it just a matter of looking tough with elections around the corner?

    IBM will move stored stuff onto its new flashy boxen for free

    Strong bait for new customers. Not good news for Dell or EMC

    US Treasury to launch pre-emptive strike on EU's Ireland tax probe

    Only we should have the power to enforce our tax laws across the world, scream Yanks

    Nimble Storage ticks over nicely but will shareholders want more revs?

    Shrinking losses, embiggening revenues

    Irritable Cisco kicks Nutanix out of partner program

    Email to its channel reveals depth of Switchzilla's ire

    Gartner's Magic Quadrant mages shake crystal ball, Violin goes topsy turvy

    All flashy beings, great and small, quiver before the chart

    Arista slapped with import ban after US Trade Rep lays down law

    Firm lost Cisco patent lawsuit, will appeal to Supreme Court

    Intel douses Wildfire ransomware as-a-service Euro menace

    Group scored $79k a month with infect-o-tronic rent-a-bot

    Data-viz biz Tableau Software brings ex-AWS exec to the table

    Hopes for tasty earnings as it dines out on share spike

    Cisco's upsell plan: tell you your old kit is not as secure as its new kit

    Sales conference leaks also hint at mightier UCS and new customer portal

    Microsoft buys Genee's lamp, tips it into Office 365, smashes lamp

    Email AI assistant will close by next month

    HPE sharpens knife for next salami-slicing staff redundo round

    This time 220 staffers face chop in Blighty

    Swiss firm shrugs in defeat as Avnet preps to swallow Premier Farnell

    Raspberry Pi flogger to be flogged to apple-pie loving nationals

    Paper mountain, hidden Brexit: How'd you say immigration control would work?

    Never gonna give EU up, never gonna let you down... er

    UK.gov depts in post-Mad Frankie Maude landgrab over IT spending controls

    Analysis Cat departs, mice start giant bunfight

    iPhone: Apple's Mac battle with Windows rebooted

    Status quo déjà vu, for the mobile generation

    Nutanix scoops Cisco. Everyone's really happy ... but Cisco is strangely quiet about it

    It's a meet-in-the-channel affair for resellers

    Amazon now renting cloudy desktops for $0.22 an hour

    Workspaces can now be scheduled to shut down and are cheap for half-time workers

    The calm before the storm: AMD's Zen bears down on Intel CPUs

    More details confirmed ahead of 2017 desktop, server launch – and don't mention ARM

    'Disciplined' NetApp cuts weight, turns in a prettier spreadsheet

    Profits rebound and new marketing boss hired away from IBM

    Brit cops cuff Sage employee at Heathrow airport

    Woman nicked on suspicion of fraud

    New UK trade deals would not compensate for loss of single market membership

    Analysis So says Institute for Fiscal Studies report

    Cisco rewards massive profit jump with thousands of layoffs

    Switchzilla to terminate connection on 5,500 employees

    Cisco axes up to 5,500 workers in scramble to remain relevant

    Official cull figure not quite the 14,000 rumored

    Adapt is finally bought by American biz Datapipe

    Indepedence up in smoke

    Hyper-converged top-of-the-pops list is out: Guess who hasn't crushed it?

    EMC not a leader - yet - and Pivot3 in the top 3

    Profit-hungry Ghouls raid corporate networks worldwide

    And some folks flinging malware are prowling about too

    £11bn later: Smart meters project delayed again for Crapita tests

    This would be funny if it wasn't worth 31 years of non-existent Brexit NHS funding

    Cisco raises axe above 14,000 staff – reports

    Updated Doesn't need so many backend staff in post-tin world

    Shark bosses sink teeth into booming ransomware market

    If Cerber can do it...

    Summer of Salesforce: CRM cloud swallows tiny pattern-recog firm

    BeyondCore taken in 'season of M&A'

    Cops to let the private sector chase after cybercrims' assets

    Standard of proof apparently much lower in civil courts, say plod

    APNIC boffins may enlist TCP to defend DNS

    Just changing protocols could silence amplification attacks