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NCC stirs in 'lumpy' bits of Fox, produces sales gravy. But market still chokes

Doesn't seem to've killed its appetite for acquisition

The man running HPE's Microsoft Azure biz says shiz this... after eight months

Former channel czar John Ansell is about to leave the building

Virgin Media boss warns Brexit could hamstring broadband investment

Praises May for indicating date on Article 50 trigger

NSA, GCHQ and even Donald Trump are all after your data

Comment What do you do? Use manual typewriters or live in a Scottish croft? Our man advises

Wow, everyone loves our drives, says Seagate sitting on a pile o' cash

Disk arrays and flash still minor league stuff, though

SimpliVity sheds staff, rattles tin for another $100m from investors

+Comment Compute-storage wrangler is working with Morgan Stanley from here to IPO

Brexit killed any hopes of growth in global technology spending

Gartner, aka the Ministry of crappy forecasting, strikes again

Dell-EMC, Pure Storage disengage from legal brawl

Lawyers weep as retirement plans go AWOL and Dell gets payment

VxRack and VxRail systems feel the Edge of Power

EMC's HCI gear gets a Dell server invasion

Copyright zealots FAST to pursue 'far greater' fines for historic piracy

Not-for-profit organ looking for wider income streams - sources

Openreach split could damage broadband investment, says BT's chief exec

How interesting that you'd say that, Gavin

Here's how much HP's 3-in-1 PC replacement will cost you

Pricey, but cheaper than a pub full of BOFHs

Brexit? No impact at all, chuckles reseller juggernaut

Softcat warned of storm cloud in UK ahead of referendum, now says it blew over

Digi minister Matt Hancock: Britain needs go full fibre. And we're not paying for it

UK.gov 'working with fibre providers to find a solution'

Microsoft keeps schtum as more battery woes hit Surface sufferers

Updated Look on the bright side – at least they're not exploding, right Samsung?

Cisco swallows Worklife to Spark-up collab suite

Heroik Labs to become part of Cloud Collaboration Technology biz

Imagine a sad deflating balloon. There, that's IBM's servers, storage

Analysis Big Blue's cash cows saunter into the slaughterhouse

Microsoft tries, fails to crush 'gender bias' lawsuit brought by its own women engineers

Redmond under fire for allegedly broken rating scheme

US vs UK: Who's better prepared for AI?

Analysis Yanks have the edge on selling it to the public

Honeywell's UK staff mull strike action

Final salary scheme to be axed

May blocked plans to bring in more Indian IT workers – Vince Cable

Good luck convincing India to buy British in November, Prime Minister!

Dell/Quest Software plans layoffs and relocations – source

Some products may go, too, once private equiteers take over

US government wants Microsoft 'Irish email' case reopened

Argues that users don't control where data resides, so Redmond should pretend its within reach of US law

IBM's focus on cloud and software isn't novel – it's survival

Hardware division is dying, 18 quarters of shrinking revenue, the writing is stained on the wall

HPE tops in tape. Yes, tape is still a thing

Nothing too flashy, but it still makes bucks on ribbons of rust

Lenovo be Nimble, Lenovo be quick, inks deal to take on Dell EMC kit

Swaps all-flash array, analytics for channel access

Mega-Misys IPO trimmed: Firm slashes expectations by £1bn

Brexit-bashed, but still likely to be the UK's largest tech IPO

HPE UK overlord lines up sales generals, gives ra ra speech

'Be relevant, beat the compeetition. Believe. Have fun. Go to the boozer'

Cisco's cloud whisperer CTO Zorawar Biri Singh blows free

'Speed and growth' needed, not 'thought leadership' as thousands axed

In 2020, biz will chuck $100bn+ at protecting itself online

Hackers gonna hack

HP Inc to blast more humans from employment cannon

Who needs balls when warm bodies can work out just as well

Post-referendum UK still part of Euro cyberterror stress test... for now

Cheer up, Europe, love. Cyberwar might never happen

Cisco president: One 'hiccup' and 'boom' – AWS is 'gone'

Interest rate rise going to kill public cloud kingpin? Sounds like wishful thinking

Japan's SoftBank teams up with... Saudi Arabia to launch $100bn London tech fund

Saudis: You want to do this? SoftBank: Yeah man. Saudis: Don't mention Yemen!

Exertis gets claws in Hammer for undisclosed sum

Come on people, think of the 'syngeries', not about less choice, etc

You've been hacked. What are you liable for?

'It won't happen to me...' but best be prepared

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