Networks

Data centre consolidation leading to a fundamental change in connectivity architecture, says Digital Realty

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Digital Realty's dark fibre network offers low-latency high bandwidth connectivity for London data centre customers
24 Sep 2013

Approach to cloud security depends on whether you're John Travolta or Dennis Bergkamp

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SaaSAssurance CEO Mark Dunne talks cloud security at Computing's Data Centre Summit
24 Sep 2013

SDN to become prevalent in data centres after 2014, says BT

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BT's director of data centre strategy believes vendors are creating exciting 'software-defined storage' solutions
24 Sep 2013

Computing's Data Centre Summit 2013

Stay tuned for all the latest news from the Data Centre Summit via the live Twitter feed
24 Sep 2013

Visa Europe picks BT to upgrade its communications network

Payments giant signs new five-year contract with telecoms firm
23 Sep 2013

Poundland outsources network and data centre requirements to NextiraOne

NextiraOne will provide IT support, performance monitoring and network optimisation, among other managed services
23 Sep 2013

NG Bailey awarded Ministry of Defence networking contract extension

NG Bailey will remain responsible for communications across more than 210 military bases
23 Sep 2013

Data centres don’t need air conditioning, says Facebook

'Operators need to push the envelope harder,' says Open Compute guru Frankovsky
19 Sep 2013

California Academy deploys Avere to optimise CGI at world's largest all-digital planetarium

The California Academy of Sciences Morrison Planetarium houses the world's largest all digital planetarium
19 Sep 2013

A quantum leap for network security

Dr Andrew Shields tells Danny Palmer that Toshiba’s research has brought the day when enterprises can secure their networks with quantum technology a lot closer
18 Sep 2013

EE reaches one million 4G customer milestone

Mobile firm reaches figure 10 months after launch of 4G and four months ahead of schedule
09 Sep 2013

Three-quarters of public sector networks plagued by inefficiency, claims report

Study by Easynet Global Services finds poor bandwidth hinders mission-critical applications and productivity
05 Sep 2013

Driving down costs and carbon emissions at the University of St Andrews

Steven Watt, CIO at the University of St Andrews, talks to Computing’s Graeme Burton about an IT consolidation and virtualisation project that has enabled the 600-year-old institution to cut both costs and power consumption
04 Sep 2013

Research: How WANs are moving down the size scale

No longer the preserve of enterprises, wide area networks are now finding a home in much smaller organisations
03 Sep 2013

Three eliminates mobile roaming charges in seven countries

UK customers can use their minutes in Australia, Italy and Hong Kong for no extra fee
30 Aug 2013

Three to launch 4G in December, at no extra cost to existing customers

Three will continue to offer 'all you can eat data' to customers on 4G
30 Aug 2013

Why aren’t all data centres in the Arctic Circle?

Why aren't we all storing our data in the frozen wastes? Peter Gothard collects some opposing viewpoints
29 Aug 2013

CIO Interview: Adrian Collinson, Force India Formula One team

Force India CIO Adrian Collinson explains to Computing how the Formula 1 team gets the most bang for its IT buck, both at the circuit and back at the factory
29 Aug 2013

The office of the future - a rebuttal

Avaya's Michael Bayer responds to Computing's article on the office of the future, encouraging organisations to think more creatively as to how to use their physical space
28 Aug 2013

PGA European Tour picks Xirrus Wi-Fi over Cisco, HP and Juniper

Xirrus beat competition because it had fastest deployment time
28 Aug 2013

Amazon down again as problems plague Instragram, Netflix and Vine

'Partial failure of networking device' blamed by company in second outage in a week
27 Aug 2013

GCHQ runs secret Middle East internet surveillance station as part of Tempora

Station intercepts all data that passes through underwater fibre-optic cables
23 Aug 2013

Microsoft apologises for three-day Outlook and SkyDrive downtime

'We realise that we have a responsibility to the customers' says company
20 Aug 2013

Flexible working in practice

Computing recently conducted a 6 week flexible working trial, culminating in a day working in the park using a 4G wireless hub - here the team discuss the results
16 Aug 2013