Storage

Cancer Research UK: VMware is the only option if you want more than virtualisation

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VMware is the only virtualisation provider 'that has thought about the future of the cloud' according to Cancer Research UK's head of infrastructure
09 Sep 2013

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

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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

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

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

Unemployed graduates to help plug 'major' data centre skills gap

Data Centre Alliance to run a 10-day Data Centre Bootcamp to help graduates and the industry
13 Aug 2013

Why didn't Microsoft fight the SkyDrive case harder?

Many people were surprised at how quickly Microsoft agreed to drop its SkyDrive brand in the face of legal demands from Sky. Liz Dunn explains what happened and why
12 Aug 2013

Data centre budgets and public cloud adoption on the rise, says report

Uptime Institute research reveals 77 per cent of businesses saw data centre budgets grow in the last year
09 Aug 2013

Licensing consumes most IT budget, patching absorbs most time

Computing surveyed over 100 IT professionals about the biggest consumers of IT budgets and man hours
07 Aug 2013

Data quality: banishing bouncing emails

Improving contact data quality can have far-reaching consequences for the whole business, but you need to know how to sell the benefits to the board, writes John Leonard
06 Aug 2013

PRISM could cost US cloud firms $35bn but benefit European providers

Distrust about what happens with information is already pushing customers away from American cloud providers, says report
06 Aug 2013

Met Office mines big data to predict solar storms

The Met Office is crunching data to predict the risks astronomical weather poses to the UK. Portfolio Technical Lead James Tomkins tells Danny Palmer how MongoDB is key to forecasting
06 Aug 2013

Pinewood Studios Group 'saves 15 hours a week' with Veeam Essentials

Restoring Microsoft Exchange mailbox used to take firm a whole day, and now takes minutes
31 Jul 2013

CIO interview: How Balfour Beatty will rationalise servers and applications in £50m deal with Fujitsu

Construction giant hopes to slash number of servers in half and cut thousands of applications
25 Jul 2013

Diane Greene re-emerges as founder of Datrium Storage – taking aim at EMC

Silicon Valley veteran bankrolling storage start-up and luring former EMC staff
16 Jul 2013

Dropbox reaches 175 million users and sets sights on Apple's iCloud

Cloud storage firm looking for full cross-platform integration for file storage
10 Jul 2013

The Top 10 best iPhone apps for enterprise users

Sooraj Shah looks at the apps that can boost productivity when you're on the move
08 Jul 2013

HMRC moves file and printer servers to the cloud to reduce lost office hours

Cetralised storage solution also enables HMRC to cut costs and reduce risk of data loss
27 Jun 2013

Microsoft investing in $700m data centre to power Xbox One

Firm benefits from tax incentives to invest in Iowa
24 Jun 2013

NetApp helps CERN to crack riddle of the universe

Danny Palmer looks at the role NetApp storage technology is playing in CERN’s search for the Higgs Boson particle
12 Jun 2013

McLaren and IO partner to develop greener data centres

Data centre provider to draw on F1 experience to make systems more energy efficient
07 Jun 2013

Data centres: How to manage your storage in a fast-moving tech landscape

Industry experts offer advice on keeping ahead of the data pack
24 May 2013

Avere Systems keeps CGI specialists Framestore rolling

Framestore CTO Stephen MacPherson tells Computing how Avere storage filers keeps the visual effects studio running
15 May 2013

Wellington College compresses emails on-premise with Barracuda

Storage needs reduced by 80 per cent says IT director
15 May 2013

Crash Podcast: Ethical hacking, USB flash drives, consumerisation and Nokia

On this week's podcast we discuss ethical hacking, the death of the USB flash drive, Nokia's crashing feature-phone sales and the consumerisation of corporate IT
14 May 2013

When technology meets art: embracing a digital future at the Southbank Centre

London’s Southbank Centre is on course to become the world’s most technologically advanced arts complex
14 May 2013