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AWS launches five new bare metal instances to give customers greater cloud control

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15 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

The have been designed for running data-intense applications via virtualisation secured containers

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Slack adds new tools designed for developers of all abilities

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14 Feb, 2019
Bobby Hellard

Block Kit and Block Kit Builder are designed with a low-code approach to new app integrations

IBM pushes Watson onto other cloud services

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14 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

Watson Assistant and Watson OpenScale will be the first AI tools available for developers

Lenovo TruScale bundles data centre hardware into a cloud-like model

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14 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

The service is more flexible for businesses that lack the capital to pay upfront

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Healthcare providers slowly embrace benefits of hybrid cloud

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13 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

Adoption is predicted to almost double in the next two years according to Nutanix

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Google releases Hire recruitment automation service in UK

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13 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

The talent management platform will help recruiters find the best candidates and communicate with them throughout the onboarding process

Mendix natively integrates with IBM Cloud to open Watson AI access

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12 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

The low-code system can now be used with IBM's advanced AI platform to build smarter applications

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Early bird discount for UK Cloud Awards ends today

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8 Feb, 2019
Virtual Clouds

There are just a few hours left to benefit from the early bird entry discount...

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Mumsnet reports data breach to ICO after problematic cloud move

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8 Feb, 2019
Bobby Hellard

Mumsnet admitted data breach fault after a botched upgrade shares its user's data

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IBM scores a major cloud win with multi-million dollar deal

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8 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

The five-year partnership with Smart Energy Water will help energy companies provide better user experiences for customers

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Lack of collaboration between IT and business hindering digital transformation

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6 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

BMC research shows IT teams aren’t loved during digital transformation projects

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Exclusive: European Microsoft 365 outage sent Department for Education’s IT into “meltdown”

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6 Feb, 2019
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

Crisis meetings were held as more than 6,000 employees were locked out of email, according to a source

Google Password Checkup

Google launches Password Checkup and Cross Account Protection

News
6 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

The tools will alert users if their username and password have been breached across all websites and services

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Dell EMC updates security software to protect multi-cloud businesses

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6 Feb, 2019
Clare Hopping

Data Domain and Integrated Data Protection Appliance now work across the majority of public Virtual Cloudsviders

CDW confirmed as headline sponsor for UKCA 2019

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4 Feb, 2019
Virtual Clouds

Tech solutions and services firm shows support for this year's UK Cloud Awards

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Cloud computing dominates Amazon profits

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1 Feb, 2019
Bobby Hellard

AWS profits grew 45% year on year as the cloud continues to be lucrative for the tech giant

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Rubrik security slip-up exposed masses of its corporate clients' data

News
30 Jan, 2019
Connor Jones

The storage management firm has clients including the US Department of Defence and the NHS

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Global Microsoft outage leaves users unable to login

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30 Jan, 2019
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

US government services and Skype among platforms that suffered from an authentication issue

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Cisco reveals new tools and networking products for IoT

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30 Jan, 2019
Clare Hopping

The company want to make it easier for businesses in manufacturing, utilities and mobile working to introduce IoT devices

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SAP reveals impressive Q4 results, but still considers restructure

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30 Jan, 2019
Clare Hopping

The software firm said its SaaS services were doing well, but legacy software not so much