Another busy week in the tech world saw all kinds of shenanigans taking place, from the biggest tech deal of all time between Dell and EMC, to figures showing that cybercrime is becoming a major threat to UK citizens.
V3 readers were particularly interested in the news that Apple and Microsoft have still failed to sort out a problem between Mac OS El Capitan and Outlook 2016, despite being the two of the biggest tech firms in the world.
Microsoft has put the ball in Apple's court, saying that it will have to be the one to solve the problem, but how quickly Apple reacts remains to be seen.
In other Apple news, our review of the iPhone 6S gave the handset a going over from the enterprise perspective, so have a read to see how it scored.
Enterprise IT folk will also have been alarmed by the latest huge security update from Adobe, as its products continue to come under fire for the regularity with which they need patching.
El Capitan: Microsoft will not release fix for Outlook 2016 crashes
World's biggest tech companies still can't solve problem
iPhone 6S review
We find out whether the new Apple smartphone reaches its predecessor's heights
Surface Book specs
The key features of Microsoft's latest hardware effort
Adobe release 69 security updates for Flash Player and Acrobat Reader
More security woes for troubled software
Microsoft delivers latest Windows 10 Mobile test build but warns of upgrade bug
Download if you want, but accept things may go wrong, warns Redmond
Dell $67bn mega-deal for EMC will create an IT giant to rival HP, IBM and Cisco
Enterprise IT market continues to evolve with epic deal
iPad Mini 4 interactive guide
Check out the key features of Apple's latest mini tablet
SAP reveals HANA-based Cloud for Analytics software
Aims to help businesses do more with data
Apple loses US patent lawsuit over iPhone and iPad processors
Firm faces damages after losing case
Crime is moving online as cyber and fraud incidents soar
ONS stats show cybercrime replacing traditional theft
Biggest screen ever, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and 6GB of RAM for forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Windows 10 Chinese Government Edition completed by Microsoft
And even when IoT projects do get completed, one-third aren't considered a success
So, the Frontier Edition launches at the end of June, the Radeon RX Vega in July - and the Ryzen 3 straight after?