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£1 in every fiver that UK biz, public sector spent on software in 2017 went to *drumroll* Microsoft — The Register

Microsoft accounted for almost £1 in every £5 that Brit businesses and the public sector spent on software in 2017, unsurprisingly clinging to the top spot in the spend rankings, writes Richard Speed, quoting a research by TechMarketView.

Here is the link: https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/08/24/winners_and_losers_in_the_uk_enterprise_software_rankings/

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Head of Intel Foundry Services resigns just as chip biz gets going — The Register

Randhir Thakur, senior vice president and president of Intel Foundry Services, "has decided to pursue other opportunities" but will continue to lead the business unit through the first quarter of 2023, according to the report by Dylan Martin.