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New Zealand health boards write down losses on Oracle implementation

End-of-year reports show impairment costs running into millions

Microsoft Round-up: Skype, Powerpoint, and - oh no - not another foldable

Roundup Gaps continue to close in MS's messaging platform as fanbois dream of new devices

HCL picks up Notes, spanks total of $1.8bn at Honest John's IBM software sale

Don't worry, Red Hat. We're sure Big Blue will love you more than it did Lotus

It's official. Microsoft pushes Google over the Edge, shifts browser to Chromium engine

Cutting Edge technology, literally

Incoming! Microsoft unleashes more fixes for Windows 10 October 2018 Update

Got a Surface Book 2 on 1803? You should probably uninstall last week's update

Virtual Nodes and Cluster Autoscaling arrive at Microsoft's Azure Kubernetes Party

Microsoft Connect(); Python slithers out of Azure Functions shadows but ACS is for chop

Ooo shiny! First Visual Studio 2019 sneak peek here in time for Chrimbo

Faster Android builds, more space, but don't expect to find a Windows Phone emulator

Microsoft makes a dip in the Azure Cosmos DB pool just a bit more tempting with another price drop

Come on in, the water's lovely, urges cloudy database team

How the mighty have fallen: Anglian Water knocks Google off perch as UK's best workplace

Facebook not even in survey's top 50, while Goldman Sachs lords it over tech's big-hitters

It's the wobbly Microsoft service sweepstake! If you have 'Teams', you've won a lifetime Slack sub

Just kidding, no one deserves that. But you'd be right

MongoDB's Atlas shrugs, with all NoSQL biz's customer growth resting on its shoulders

Operating, net losses deepen in Q3, mLab revenues to stumble a bit after buyout

Docker, Microsoft serve container turducken: CNAB spec is a container of containers

DevOps can look forward to packaging their distributed apps

Windows 10 or Cisco Advanced Malware Protection: Pick one

Redmond warns that the malware tool doesn't play nice with the latest upgrade

Microsoft's .NET Core 3 is almost here, which means time to move on from .NET Framework

Connect(); Plus: Visual Studio 2019 gets collaborative and IntelliCode gets smarter

Microsoft gets open-sourcey with Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation

Connect(); .NET Foundation to become engorged, ONNX for all, and check out our bundles

Microsoft polishes up Chromium as EdgeHTML peers into the abyss

When you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss gazes into you. Or is that just Windows Hello?

Microsoft: New icons, new drivers, AI! Everything is awesome!

Help on minding your PowerPoint language in this week's MS round-up

STIBP, collaborate and listen: Linus floats Linux kernel that 'fixes' Intel CPUs' Spectre slowdown

Meanwhile: Another kernel dev is 'unfscking' the source code, with predictable results

US Department of Defense to sling an estimated $3.17bn at Microsoft resellers

Cash to be splashed over 10 years on software sporting a Microsoft badge

Fresh releases of TypeScript and Visual Studio 2017 for Mac round out November

BigInt and .NET Core 2.2 support? Oh Microsoft, you spoil us!

Why is my Windows 10 preview build ticking? Microsoft reminds users that previews have timebombs

Build 18290 is here to save the day. Now with extra Fluent Design

What now, Larry? AWS boss insists Amazon will have dumped Oracle database by end of 2019

re:Invent Clock's ticking on Ellison's smack talk

Question: How fast is the Windows 10 October 2018 Update rolling out? Answer: Not very

Hope for repeat of April dashed on file deletion and iffy QA

Azure MFA falls over, Windows 10 struggles with Intel drivers, and Microsoft gives us... more Sticky Notes?

Stick, stick, stick, stick, sticky, sticky, round-up

Euro consumer groups: We think Android tracking is illegal

Pops open can of GDPR beef: Thanks to 'dark patterns' and 'nudging', no doesn't mean no

If at first you don't succeed, you may well be Cisco: WebEx patch needs its own patch

Updated Switchzilla has a second go at fixing videoconferencing app's 'I'm the captain, now' hole

Microsoft readies the swatter as more bugs wriggle out of the Windows 10 woodwork

It's only Media Player this time. Oh, and file associations. Oops

China doesn't need to nick western tech when Google is giving it away

Comment The Fuchsia is bright. The Fuchsia is red

That sphincter-flexing moment for devs when it's time to go live

No stress test? Then prepare for a potential TSB-like mess

Groundhog Day comes early as Intel Display Drivers give Windows 10 the silent treatment

What's that? You've installed 1809? No, sorry, can't hear you

Word boffins back Rimini Street in Oracle row: 'Full' in 'full costs' is a 'delexicalised adjective'

Pah! Who didn't know that?! (It means they shouldn't have to pay non-taxable costs, apparently)

Sage CEO: £60m says we can convert more folk to Business Cloud

FY18 dogged by execution woes but, er, all sorted now

Microsoft: You looking at me funny? Oh, you just want to sign in

Password-less logins for Edge users with Windows Hello or a FIDO2 dongle. Like, 3 people

SAP claims French robo minnow Contextor slurp will slash clicks needed in its ERP software

Automated mercy for those knobbly pointers

Windows 10 goes into the Light and Cortana MIA as Microsoft buys chatbot bods XOXCO

Roundup Plus: Battery-powered Azure Sphere, Razor support in Visual Studio Core

OpenStack 2018: Mark Shuttleworth chats to The Reg about 10-year support plans, Linus Torvalds and Russian rockets

Interview Like Ubuntu, hate upgrading? Canonical founder has good news. And a mighty, mighty beard

Microsoft slips ads into Windows 10 Mail client – then U-turns so hard, it warps fabric of reality

We never meant to make that widely public which is why we made a public FAQ for it

Microsoft menaced with GDPR mega-fines in Europe for 'large scale and covert' gathering of people's info via Office

Telemetry data slurp broke the law, Dutch govt eggheads say

Visual Studio 2017 15.9 is here! Fire up your Windows on Arm laptops. All four of you

Final update of beloved development adding ARM64

If at first or second you don't succeed, you may be Microsoft: Hold off installing re-released Windows Oct Update

Six weeks after first release of build 1809, and Redmond still can't get it right

Don't cross the Application Streams! Actually, maybe you can now in RHEL 8 beta

Allows updating user space without breaking everything

Just one Corretto, give it to me... AWS brews its own blend of Java with free long-term support

Post boasts cloud host's utmost roast

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