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DXC Technology to enter its purple period as monochrome corporate branding is cast out -- LogoWatch -- People person CEO urges staff 'if you like the One DXC logo, tell others'

11 hours ago

The Channel -- Getronics confirms – finally – that CEO has quit following HMRC VAT payment debacle -- Ailing services integrator pulls in more cash from backers to pay off debts, rebrands US MSP arm

13 hours ago

Business -- 'Big Bang': Great for creating the universe, but not as an approach to IT migration, TSB told -- Poor testing and supplier oversight to blame for 'unprecedented' cockup

13 hours ago

Royal Bank of Scotland IT contractor ban sparks murmurs of legal action -- Exclusive -- Freelance techies claim they face 20% pay cut

11 hours ago

Policy -- American telcos get 90 days to wrap up deals with, er, dangerous Chinese supplier – that's Huawei the news goes -- US Department of Commerce relents-ish on blockade plans

13 hours ago

From humble Unix sysadmin to brutal separatist suppressor to president of Sri Lanka -- Today you toil. Who knows what tomorrow brings?

2 days ago

If it's not cloud, GTFO: Sage flogs payments business to US firm Elavon for £230m -- Continues big old offload of 'non-core' assets

2 days ago

Ex-Capita accountant who claimed £10k bung to leave was blackmail has appeal thrown out -- You didn't work 2 weeks straight so you couldn't have been whistleblowing, tribunal rules

2 days ago

HP to Xerox: Nope, your $33.5bn bid falls short of our valuation -- Board keeps door open... HPOX not a total impossibility, at least not if Carl Icahn has his way

2 days ago

Uncle Sam prepping order to extradite ex-Autonomy boss Mike Lynch from the UK -- Meanwhile, his co-defendant has troubles getting into land of the free

4 days ago

Tonight on Tales from the Crypto: It lives! GPU flinger Nvidia bouncing back after miner affair -- Just goes to show, stick with what you know

5 days ago

High Court dismisses nameless Google Right To Be Forgotten sueball man... yes, again -- Amazingly made it to 2 years without telling anyone his name

5 days ago

In your face! US Senate mulls bipartisan federal law on police facial recognition use -- Bill would require cops to get a court order for any surveillance

6 days ago

Icahn smell money! Corporate raider grabs $1.2bn of HP stock to push for Xerox merger -- Watch out, Carl's about

6 days ago

20% of UK businesses would rather axe their contractors than deal with IR35 – survey -- But firms will be forced to take a more measured response in time, says consultancy

6 days ago

They terrrk err jerrrbs! Vodafone replaces 2,600 roles with '600 bots' in bid to shrink €48bn debt -- It's happening!

7 days ago

Section 230 supporters turn on it, its critics rely on it. Up is down, black is white in the crazy world of US law -- Meanwhile Facebook appears to have shot itself in the foot

7 days ago

Hey, you've earned it: Huawei chucks workers a £219m bonus for tackling US blacklist -- Take the kids somewhere nice

8 days ago

Gavin Patterson's gravy train keeps on rolling as former BT boss tossed two more sinecures -- Next stop, Solon and Elixirr – on top of role as Salesforce chair

8 days ago

DXC's new boss has quite the cleanup ahead after frankenfirm exits Q2 nursing $2bn loss -- This poisoned chalice had better be delicious

8 days ago

Microsoft embraces California data privacy law – don't expect Google to follow suit -- Software giant promises to extend protections across US

8 days ago

Uber CEO compares pedestrian death to murder of Saudi journalist, saying all should be forgiven -- Opinion -- Uber PRs missing the days of Travis Kalanick

9 days ago

Policy - Any promises to extend rights of self-employed might win an election, hint Brit freelancer orgs - Just saying - | 36

8 hours ago

237 UK police force staff punished for misusing IT systems in last 2 years -- Updated -- Snooping workers blamed for bunch of data breaches

8 days ago

Chinese chip giant calls on US tech to help out with Trump tariffs – not a quid pro quo, obviously -- Tsinghua Unigroup chairman says American firms could do more to ease trade tensions

12 days ago

UK Home Office: We will register thousands of deactivated firearms with no database -- All that is needed is an email inbox, say civil servants

12 days ago

5G whizz, Qualcomm: Is that a $1bn hole in your Q4 revenues or are you just happy to see us? -- Mobe chip flinger's investors seem chilled, though, as it predicts 2020 bonanza

13 days ago

Dough! Jobs microsite for UK's data watchdog set hundreds of cookies without visitors' consent -- Information Commissioner's Office is very knowledgeable about why that's bad

13 days ago

Helen Fospero makes yet another Brit telly presenter to win IR35 case against taxman -- Oh dear, HMRC – that's two defeats in a week

14 days ago

Ofcom director Jonathan Oxley to keep CEO seat warm as regulator waits on senior civil servant -- Melanie Dawes will fill Sharon White's £500k shoes – report

14 days ago

Open wide, very wide: Xerox considers buying HP. Yes, the HP that is more than three times its market cap -- Updated -- Reports indicate faded ink tech heavyweights mull arm linkage

14 days ago

Satya 'Karma' Nadella ignored our complaints over pay gap, thousands of Microsoft women say -- Analysis -- Appeals court hears why they should be allowed to collectively sue for $100m

14 days ago

Brit spending watchdog questions where savings will come from in court digitisation reforms -- You better make arrangements for missing deadlines, says Public Accounts Committee

15 days ago

Tech and mobile companies want to monetise your data ... but are scared of GDPR -- Are you guys also feeling a bit teary and sad for those poor, poor businesses?

15 days ago

IT contractor has £240k bill torn up after IR35 win against UK taxman -- HMRC vows to appeal

16 days ago

Infosys tells Indian stock exchange: We haven't seen any evidence yet for whistleblower claims -- So there

16 days ago

Pro-Linux IP consortium Open Invention Network will 'pivot' to take on patent trolls -- Not many actual software companies threaten Linux now

16 days ago

UK taxman goes chief digi officer shopping at the bank: Appoints ex-Barclays CIO -- From the broken world of banking to the broken world of govt IT

19 days ago

Samsung sadly sings of memory, all alone in the moonlight, as downturn slashes profits by 56% -- Yes, the chips are still down

19 days ago

Smartphone market's lifeless corpse twitches slightly in first sign of growth for two years -- It is Halloween after all

20 days ago