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Four ways the cloud facilitates workplace collaboration

In-depth
10 Feb, 2020
Zach Cooper

Collaboration smooths business operations and eases employee communication, boosting customer services

Coronavirus starts to take its toll on the tech industry

News
7 Feb, 2020
Sabina Weston

Tesla, Qualcomm, Hon Hai directly affected by the virus outbreak, with disruptions threatening tech manufacturing and sales

Lufthansa flight

Lufthansa Group to tackle flight delays with Google Cloud migration

News
21 Jan, 2020
Bobby Hellard

The airline will develop an AI-based platform to streamline operations should bad weather or flight delays effect service

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Microsoft plots ‘carbon negative’ target for 2030

News
17 Jan, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

The firm wants to go further by 2050 and remove all the carbon it has emitted since 1975

Pentagon

Amazon hopes to halt Microsoft's work on Pentagon JEDI contract

News
14 Jan, 2020
Nicole Kobie

AWS lawyers ask for injunction against work starting on disputed $10 billion contract

Google to axe Cloud Print by 2021

News
22 Nov, 2019
Connor Jones

Businesses that rely on the service must develop and execute a migration strategy by the cut-off date

Microsoft HQ

Microsoft overhauls its privacy policy amid EU concerns

News
18 Nov, 2019

Data processing responsibilities will be clearly defined on all commercial cloud contracts as of early 2020

The US Supreme Court

US Supreme Court agrees to end Google and Oracle's ten-year copyright battle

News
18 Nov, 2019
Connor Jones

Ruling likely to have profound implications for future of software development

Mirantis snaps up Docker's enterprise platform

News
14 Nov, 2019
Bobby Hellard

The container platform is refocusing its business with a new CEO and fresh funding

How to choose the right remote support software

In-depth
12 Nov, 2019
Dave Mitchell

Find out how the right tools can slash costs and boost productivity

Google HQ

Google is able to access sensitive G Suite customer data, former employee warns

News
11 Oct, 2019
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

Users urged to keep sensitive data away from G Suite due to the lack of end-to-end encryption

Schneider Electric partnership to develop liquid cooling for power-hungry data centres

News
2 Oct, 2019
Dale Walker

Company will use Iceotope technology to create chassis-level cooling for AI, IoT and edge systems

Top tech considerations for startups

In-depth
20 Aug, 2019
Sandra Vogel

New businesses need to keep an eye on costs — here's how cloud can help

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Salesforce buys field services firm ClickSoftware for $1.35bn

News
8 Aug, 2019
Dale Walker

The deal will help expand the CRM giant's $1bn Service Cloud division

Pentagon building from above

JEDI contract put on hold after intense industry lobbying

News
2 Aug, 2019
Connor Jones

President Trump echoes concerns of favouritism towards AWS duing the bidding process

Sistema food containers on a countertop

Why Sistema Plastics chose cloud ERP to tame its inventory management

Case Studies
25 Jul, 2019
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

Sometimes a boom in business can create its own problems

Microsoft Azure logo displayed on a phone

Azure revenue surpasses Windows for the first time

News
19 Jul, 2019
Connor Jones

Microsoft's cloud division drives up revenues in its Q4 finacial results despite YoY slowdown

Sands Expo Center, Las Vegas

View from the airport: HPE Discover 2019

Opinion
25 Jun, 2019
Jane McCallion

The legacy vendor says it's heading in a new direction, but can it really keep on top of all these pledges?

AWS logo

AWS would spin out from Amazon if "forced" by US regulators

News
11 Jun, 2019
Bobby Hellard

AWS CEO Andy Jassy doesn't see the customer benefits of splitting Amazon's cloud business from the main company

Data centre and servers in the cloud with a technology overlay

Nvidia launches edge platform to ramp up AI and IoT data processing

News
28 May, 2019
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

The firm says its continuous, real-time and proximal data processing will improve operations in a host of industries