Microsoft beats Wall Street predictions
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A cloudy future is now a good thing

Software King of the World Microsoft beat the predictions of the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street by reporting a quarterly revenue and profit which was bolstered by cost cutting and growing demand for its cloud products and services.

VMWare cuts jobs on cloudy results
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Looks like the sky really wasn’t cloud’s limit

While the Cloud is supposed to be the savour of big computing, VMWare, which should be doing well is actually suffering.

Intel disappoints Wall Street wows others
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Jury is still out if it will have a good 2016

Chipzilla reported strong quarterly profit but the news was overshadowed by concerns about slowing revenue growth in its highly profitable data centre business.

Foxconn sets up datacentre in Prague
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Outlook is cloudy

Foxconn and the Czech Republic-based KKCGare building a new datacente in Prague to cash in on the cloud.

Bun fight over Dell’s Perot
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Everyone wants a bit but no one wants to pay

A bidding war is taking place over Dell’s Perot Systems but no one seems to want to pay the full wack.

Ballmer says Windows should support Android apps
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Quietly commenting on the side lines

The shy and retired former Microsoft CEO Steve “there is a kind of hush” Ballmer has suggested that his former company has called for Redmond to make its windows software run android apps.

Dell mocks Cook’s PC doom-saying
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The “post-pc” era has been good for the PC

Tin-box shifter Michael Dell mocked the prophecy of the Grand mufti of the Apple Cargo cult, Tim Cook who insisted that the PC was on its way out.

Companies lagging behind employee’s cloudy expectations
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Claims Microsoft backed study


A study based on 5,000 respondents from small and medium enterprises found that “enterprises are lagging behind their employees’ expectations to be more productive, collaborative and innovative in a mobile-first, cloud-first world.”

Microsoft will block SHA-1
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Shutting out the spooks and other criminals

Software Giant Microsoft has joined Mozilla and will consider blocking the SHA-1 hashing algorithm on Windows to keep the US spooks from using it to spy on users computers.

Microsoft shakes off the curse of Steve Ballmer
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First growth in 15 years


For ages Microsoft has suffered from static growth and a share-price which was more consistent than the speed of light.