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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

Yes or no: D@RE is a bonkers name for EMC's enterprise encryption

It's part of ECS update that includes database-less searching and other things

Optus, Telstra, TPG and Vodafone spaff AU$543.5m on spectrum

1800 MHz auction will bring 4G to the Australian bush

UC Berkeley profs blast secret IT monitoring kit on campus

Ex-Homeland Security boss University president says it's all about safety

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

Rkt container runtime leaves the launchpad

CoreOS blasts off for planet production in the microservices nebula

Avast forked up its Chrome fork, so flings fix after Google goggles

Borked browser blows, to no one's surprise.

Who wants a quad-core 4.2GHz, 64GB, 5TB SSD RAID 10 … laptop?

The folks at Eurocom have released another monster 'mobile workstation'

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

Boffins smear circuitry onto contact lenses

'Eyeballing a computer' gets closer thanks to Anglo-Australian collaboration

Swiss rolls into HPE: Micro-Veeam clone Trilead gobbled

From the land of cuckoo clocks and horology

Sir Michael Lyons tells .uk registry Nominet: Time to grow up

Humph, responds board to ex-BBC Trust chairman's review

What's it like to work for a genius and Olympic archer who's mates with Richard Branson?

On-CallWho knows? This boss made most of it up … then shafted our reader royally

Pure as the driven CEO: El Reg chats to Scott Dietzen on taking the flash array high road

AnalysisPure Pods and yes-we-can-ery

IBM Global Tech Services staff at risk of redundo in Blighty

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

MapR claims big-data wrangling Hadoop patent first

Sees 'em, raises 'em

Who would code a self-destruct feature into their own web browser? Oh, hello, Apple

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Let's go visit sawmynutsinhalf.com!

IoT lacking that je ne sais quoi? Try the IoTSP

When a networked toaster just isn't enough

Crossroads preps pesky product portfolio selloff

All about patent litigation now?

Bats and badgers hold up Apple’s Irish data centre plans

Mac vendor wants to build over a field of Athenry

RSA awards 7-year infrastructure overhaul deal to Wipro

IBM politely shown the door in digital revamp bid

While we weren't looking, the WAN changed

Sysadmin Blog:Maybe ISPs don't have to be dumb pipes after all

The Mad Men's monster is losing the botnet fight: Fewer humans are seeing web ads

Ad fraud rises again – and the UK is the particularly mucky

Arrow: Fraudsters impersonated one of our execs to steal money

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

Official UN panel findings on embassy-squatter released. Assange: I'm 'vindicated'

Egad, WGAD says he was arbitrarily detained

Go and whistle, IDC. The storage world's going to hell in a handbasket

CommentA storage bear growls

Cisco's purple princesses gush workplace joy

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

Virgin gives blessing to O2/Three merger

Eyes up prospect of tasty 4G

Dragons and butterflies: The chaos of other people's clouds

Cascading feedback loop advoidance for the 99 per cent

Misco locks-in, loads-up sales director Remmington

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

Docker revs up Engine, hits 1.10

Liberty, security, granularity

Microsoft explanation for Visual Studio online outage leaves open questions

Five hour lockout caused by errant stored procedure

Disney World-area University admits massive data breach

It's a fraud world after all

Head transplant candidate sells souvenirs to fund operation

Mugs, phone cases…and hats

Asigra becomes an Oracle reseller

5,000 customers before this move. How many after?

EMC creates a Star Trek holodeck ... and uses it to simulate a data center

Yeah, we guess ... that's useful

Reminder: iPhones commit suicide if you repair them on the cheap

Bloke bricked his handset after running afoul of Apple security policy

Brit spies want rights to wiretap and snoop on US companies' servers

And American agents would get access to UK systems

Roll up, roll up to the Malware Museum! Run classic DOS viruses in your web browser

Relive simpler times for some Friday fun

Ducks, Lord of the Rings, movies and maths: The GCHQ Xmas puzzle solutions revealed

Much easier when you know the answers

Forget Tiger Woods – here's Cyber Woods: Robot golfer hits hole-in-one during tournament

Vids and picQuaffs oil at the 19th hole

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

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

LinkedIn sinkin': $10bn gone in one day as shares plummet 40%

But oddly enough it's not as bad you think. Plus Salesforce, Tableau and others fall

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