Data Centre Earlier
Here's a disk-bound query: What's inside the box?
Close encounters of the civil service kind
The latest out of WD, Datrium and many, many more
Your files are someone else's files, too, thanks to storage bug
Updated Outgoing boss: 'Good start' to year as revs down, profits up
Server and cloud outfit aims to float by October if tech market evades Brexit jitters
But uh-oh! Is that NetApp creeping up on Pure?
AWS load balancer gets redirects, CableLabs SNAPs to Kubernetes, and more
We must sell more!
Perfect for the EU's domestic supercomputer... ready by 2020. No really
The sun is sunny and the dark fibre access is virtual
$1.2bn revs beat guidance, routers lumpy, software, security strong
Analysis Branding, real estate need sorting out
On-Call 'Our motivation for such a task wasn't exactly high'
Chips not ready until 2H 2019, Epyc headache looms
Get it, like Barnes and No– oh, just gimme that beer. It's been 5 o'clock somewhere for hours
We'd be more confident in the tech if others were touting this
Big jump in write speed
MIT Lincoln metalheads broke big iron so you don't have to… oh, you still have to, don't you?
You too can have your very own network-as-a-service
Analysis Success hinges on the answers, says analyst
No rad hardening so even HPE is 'pleasantly surprised'
Radeon and notebook surge brings best quarter in seven years
Two-factor authentication keys, cloud defenses, G Suite protections, and more
Redmond smiles: We want to support customers in journey to cloud
Departing head talks 'lumpy' deals and channel dreams
And it's clutching a roadmap that charts first shipments before end of 2018
AWS'n'Azure cheerleader with $65m US military cloud contract snapped up
Cloud Services Platform debuts, mixing containers, monitoring, AI, management, etc
We node we can stuff just one more SoC in here
Net income for Q2 slashed by $5bn Android antitrust fine
Full-fibre diet for all by the year 2033, vows Ministry of Fun
Some chips have more bits than others, though
He's set to headline networking kit firm's CIO golf-a-thon
Who, me? Tried to blame it on a bug, but logs don't lie
Most of their core apps were already in the cloud anyway