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Pure Lashes Out at EMC’s ‘Aggressive’ FUD Campaign

Pure Storage has launched a video series aimed at undermining what it claims EMC’s campaign to spread fear, uncertainty and doubt about its products.

Zenith Infotech May Get Another Reprieve

Embattled cloud computing vendor Zenith Infotech is under orders to liquidate. and it’s not allow to return to the stock market to raise money. But India regulators are allowing the company to post bank guarantees, which could breathe new life into the debt-ridden company.

Former Dell Employee Facing Prison Over Discount Scam

A former Dell Inc. employee is reportedly facing five years in jail for using fraudulent discounts to obtain Dell equipment on the cheap.

Microsoft Updates Privacy Policy Amid E-mail Spy Admission

Microsoft has updated its privacy policy after admitting it snooped on the inbox of a blogger suspected of possessing confidential Windows 8 information.

IBM Takes on Fraudsters

IBM is drawing on its $24 billion investment in Big Data and analytics over the past nine years to tackle the rising problem of corporate fraud.

Lynch Accuses HP of Duping Shareholders

Autonomy founder Mike Lynch calls on Hewlett-Packard Co. shareholders to demand the vendor unveils more details relating to its accounting investigation.

IBM: We’ve Given No Client Data to NSA

IBM says it has not handed any customer data to the NSA and claims it would fight any attempts to compel it do so.

HP Diamond Status With Oracle Misleading

Oracle has awarded HP with its highest channel honor, Diamond status in the Oracle PartnerNetwork, granting it access to vast resources. This achievement is seen as a thaw in the relations between the two feuding vendors. Here’s why it’s not good for the channel.

Apple, IBM and Microsoft Lead U.S. Tax-Avoiding Spree

Report: Apple, IBM and Microsoft have been picked out as some of the main culprits of stockpiling profits abroad in order to avoid huge tax bills.

Berners-Lee Calls for Web ‘Magna Carta’

The creator of the worldwide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, has marked the 25th anniversary of his first proposal by calling for an end to online snooping in the form of a user ‘Magna Carta.’