SAP cuddles up with Microsoft
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Jennifer Morgan's glorious three-year embrace

The maker of expensive esoteric business software, which no one is sure what it does but CIOs believe is the bee's knees, SAP, has inked a three-year pact with the software king of the world Microsoft to help its large enterprise customers move their business processes into the cloud.

IBM revenue misses targets
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Let down by its global technology services unit

Big Blue disappointed the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street with its quarterly revenue announcements.

FBI claims to have cracked Bitcoin
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Breaks kiddie porn ring

Federal authorities in the US have unsealed charges against the South Korean operator of a child porn ring that's been billed as the world's "largest dark web child porn marketplace."

Capital One hack showed problems on Amazon Cloud
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Analysts starting to get worried

The Capital One hack might have been down to the corporate structures of third-party contractor Amazon.

Oracle hires on the back of cloud push
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Wants to hire 2000

Everyone's favourite database company, Oracle is hiring 2,000 additional workers as part of is cunning plan to roll out its cloud computing services to more locations around the world.