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SAP's encouraging Q2 figures beginning of 'runaway growth story' says CEO

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Record-breaking quarter put down to joint ASE and HANA uptake, say bosses
24 Jul 2012

Ericsson suffers 63 per cent profit drop in Q2

Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg
Nokia Siemens also drops 8 per cent globally
19 Jul 2012

Microsoft "delivers again" with Office 2013 says industry

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End users and analysts satisfied with Microsoft's promises for new Office platform
17 Jul 2012

Vendor watch: Amazon – A gift for disruption

Having transformed the way we buy books, and then consumer goods in general, Amazon is now blazing a disruptive trail through enterprise IT
17 Jul 2012

Neelie Kroes outlines proposals to boost next-gen broadband competition and investment

European Commission vice president promises more help for small and start-up service providers
13 Jul 2012

Chinese e-commerce site taking iPhone 5 preorders

iPhone 5 tech specs and images all available at Taobao
13 Jul 2012

O2 network hit by major outages; 2G service now restored, says provider

24 hours of problems for customers coming to an end, states O2
12 Jul 2012

Cloud was a non-starter for London 2012, says LOCOG CIO

Preparation time too short, cloud infrastructure too immature says Gerry Pennell
10 Jul 2012

Global business IT spend rising despite recession, says Gartner report

Spend should reach £2.3tr in 2012, up three per cent on last year
09 Jul 2012

Analysis: Is Nokia's leadership fit for purpose?

Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has presided over a precipitous decline in revenues at the mobile technology company. Now, some are saying that he should go - and take the rest of the board with him
03 Jul 2012

Cisco 'didn’t demonstrate value for money' says UK dairy firm switching to Avaya

Dairy Crest drops Cisco and Nortel and goes for the udder guys in new deal
29 Jun 2012

We could rescue clients from eurozone crisis ‘in a day’ says Visa CTO

400 man days of Euro extraction ‘no problem’ in 24 hours says payments business
28 Jun 2012

'Tougher deals' to save £70m as government plays hard ball with Microsoft and SAP

Central government, local council and NHS join for forces to negotiate software licences
25 Jun 2012

Airline industry braced for Apple-induced turbulence

SITA speakers debate whether Apple Passbook will help or hinder airlines
22 Jun 2012

Google 'one of the most evil companies in the industry' claims Virgin Atlantic IT Director

Stringent data use contracts make search engine giant the 'frenemy'
21 Jun 2012

When big business thinks small: a guide to working with technology SMEs

Large organisations are increasingly seeking to tap into the SME market for innovation and agility. But are their procurement processes flexible enough?
19 Jun 2012

Computacenter pays price of success with estimated £7m in extra costs

Too much new business requires further investment to cope, says CEO
14 Jun 2012

Ellison debuts Oracle Cloud – rebadged strategy of 100+ hosted apps

Ellison renames the cloud after Oracle, finishing giant marketing u-turn towards what he calls 'modern computing'
06 Jun 2012

At the helm of government ICT: interview with Andy Nelson

In today’s information-sharing age, can being CIO of such a huge IT user as the British government really be a part-time job? Sooraj Shah spoke to the man himself, Andy Nelson, to find out
06 Jun 2012

Vendor focus: Fusion reactor (UPDATED)

Oracle's Fusion strategy in the spotlight as a former executive warns that the enterprise giant is struggling to remain relevant – despite its new cloud focus
06 Jun 2012

Adobe – From Media to Marketing... and beyond?


30 May 2012

RIM to shed 2,000 more staff

BlackBerry maker to cut staff before rollout of new operating system
28 May 2012

Whitehall can’t be trusted to help SMEs


24 May 2012

HP: 27,000 job cuts by 2014, Mike Lynch to leave (NEW UPDATE)

• 1,600 UK jobs in the firing line, says Unite. Autonomy founder Lynch to leave – bad decision, say analysts
23 May 2012