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  • Dell wins Quest with $2.4bn bid

    Dell has beaten venture capital competition to acquire IT management and security software specialist Quest Software 

  • FAST urges whistleblowers to come forward

    FAST has reacted with dismay to a survey indicating less people are prepared or aware of the legal protection for those that whistle blow illegal software users 

  • Software transformation drives Portal to 50% sales growth

    IBM reseller Portal has hailed the evolution of the software market as a key factor in annual sales growth of 50% and detailed future investments it will be making around mobility, big data and cloud. 

  • Nintendo 3DS midnight launch: Is any gadget worth staying up for?

    The very very early hours, actually minutes, of Friday morning could turn out to be a mugger's paradise with the news that more than 1,200 stores are opening at one minute past midnight in the UK for the launch of Nintendo's 3DS game console. The... 

  • Balloon stunt for new game leaves THQ red faced

    More from the inexhaustible supply of idiotic publicity stunts by IT companies: game developer THQ has landed in hot water San Francisco Bay water with a harebrained stunt to promote its latest masterwork. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, T... 

  • What does migrating to IPv6 entail? Tell your network manager to read the manual!

    In the latest of his series of briefings on IPv4Jeff Smith,a strategist at Global Crossing,warns that the move to IPv6 will be less like a revolution and more like an evolution. Good news: migration to IPv6 isn't a massive task.Bad news: it's lots of... 

  • IP hyenas await the IPv6 stampede

    Continuing in his series of seminal briefings on IPv4, Jeff Smith warns of the pain involved in mass migration. Have you ever watched those wildlife documentaries, where the lush pastures of east Africa begin to dry up and grazing animals are forced ... 

  • IP-change deniers refuse to believe that IP4 will run out warns Global Crossing

    We must switch toIPv6 beforethe last rew addresses of IPv4 are swallowed up byrampant global consumerism, says Jeff Smith, Global Crossing's senior director for infrastructure servicesWhen the internet was built they were on version 4 of the Internet...