Peter is a Reporter at Computing, and specialises in technology trends, endpoint, big data and analytics, apps in enterprise and skills.

Previously, he has written in the technology and videogames sectors, including Techradar.com and 360 Magazine, with a stint as News Editor on games TM magazine. He has freelanced across a range of other consumer and enterprise technology, entertainment and design publications.

 

Articles & blogs by Peter Gothard

Datacentres Europe 2014: Machine learning is the future of PUE, says Google

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99.6 per cent accuracy in PUE prediction achieved, reveals data centres VP
28 May 2014

Enterprise Cloud Forum: Almost half of enterprises 'prehistoric' with respect to BYOD, says Oracle security VP

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'We need a whole new industry to prevent us slowing down' says Hartwell
27 May 2014

Computing Refresh: Salesforce invades UK, eBay hacked, and Microsoft reveals Surface Pro 3

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Salesforce sets up shop in London, eBay reveals three-month old customer data hack, and Microsoft launches a 'laptop beater'.
23 May 2014

Salesforce announces aggressive expansion into UK

New UK data centre and London 'Salesforce Tower' revealed today
22 May 2014

EBay reveals it was hacked in February 2014, personal data compromised

"Change your passwords," urges company, three months too late
21 May 2014

What the Surface Pro 3 says about Microsoft's hardware strategy

Does Microsoft's hybrid tablet announcement point to a more focused hardware division under Satya Nadella's new company?
21 May 2014

Microsoft announces Surface Pro 3 *UPDATED*

Latest device in Surface range is larger, thinner and louder
20 May 2014

SAP apps heading to Microsoft’s Azure Cloud

Business Suite, All-in-One, Adaptive Server Enterprise and HANA all to be deployed by Q2
20 May 2014

German government will no longer deal with companies who give data to NSA

Meanwhile, Harvard and MIT students devise 'NSA-proof' email service
19 May 2014

IT takes centre stage at the National Theatre

Like many of London's much-loved arts venues, the National Theatre is embarking on a period of change. And like any good revamp, technology is taking centre stage. Peter Gothard catches up with the IT department's leading man, Joe McFadden
14 May 2014

SuiteWorld 2014: ‘NetSuite is fine for global expansion, but we won’t adopt domestically’ says Williams-Sonoma

Though “I don’t know what the future holds” says VP of international systems
14 May 2014

SuiteWorld 2014: 'Amazon-like' HTML 5-based new UI revealed as CEO Nelson bashes cloud rivals

'Next-gen' B2B customer centre also unveiled in San Jose today
14 May 2014

Going with the flow: an interview with Severn Trent Water CIO Myron Hrycyk

Peter Gothard hears how Severn Trent Water is riding the enterprise mobility wave and tapping into predictive analytics
13 May 2014

EMC World 2014: "In two years, software-defined data centres will be the norm" says Cancer Research UK

Head of infrastructure Mick Briggs reflects on EMC's part in a changing industry attitudes
09 May 2014

EMC World 2014: What do the customers think of the 'Federation'?

Vodafone, Lotus F1 and Major League Baseball weigh in
07 May 2014