Get the basics right
Not enough agencies tightening their belts, say auditors
We can't make this stuff up: Triple Crown race 'Preakness Stakes' goes to cloudy outsider
You're not helping by allowing server sprawl and ignoring backup, though
Nutanix sure is good at getting under rivals' skin
Yep, Fatboy slim-e are reading The Economist
Any Chipzilla kit for data centres are now members of the 'Xeon Scalable Family'
Sponsored Come and have a go, if you think you’re hard enough
Yes, the pesky creatures that break your code are often worth listening to
It's too warm to store booze. Renting it out is risky. Slowing things down can do the job
Hold fire on the euthanasia
All the hoops and how to jump through them on your way to information security
Don't want to use Windows 10? Then you don't want any fixes
Listen El Reg, our WW Spending Forecast is based on 'proven methodologies... not guesswork. OK?'
Comment Just show me the money!
Making the qualitative quantitative
FY 2016 was okay, but Q4 was ugly, which may explain the SimpliVity fire sale and Nutanix's revenue warning
Yes, a vest, cardigan and an overcoat
Don't be bitten by the differences
Audit uncovers rows over what was required, deliverable
Flash array maker to give infrastructure biz a shot in the arm
There's an app that maps public toilets – how could it not be core infrastructure?
Analysis But they'll be hard-pressed to catch Dell and Nutanix
European providers team up
Software to overtake hardware by 2020, say abacus-shufflers at IDC
Brought to you by UK.gov: 'Most ambitious programme of change of any government anywhere in the world'
Don't be afraid. It's just that year-late digital strategy
Comment Predictions of the present past from today's future, or something
Analysis Even in rural Australia, sharing is resisted
Sysadmin Blog Where could the tech end up?
Bring your own key to the encryption kingdom
SoftNAS spans on-prem and Azure with virtual NAS, and there's news to come in April
Value of fraud surpasses £1bn for first time in five years
Analysis Little love for Crown Hosting from Whitehall depts
Recreating old work to the tune of £500m per year
Dear Leader flips eye-popping Uber and Tesla figures
Over a year late, but it's not like we need 745,000 workers with digital skills or anything
Exclusive Nope, don't see any problems shaping up there. None whatsoever.
Crystal ball, that is
Get real – it's not all about developers and DevOps
Injects Helion CloudSystem 10, confirms tech extensions to hyper-converged systems
IDTechX report takes a swipe at other analysts' 'hype bubble'
Sysadmin blog Envisioning provisioning