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Microsoft second quarter profits fall 10 per cent - 'integration and restructuring' blamed

News Microsoft has reported second-quarter profits of $5.86bn, which represents a 10 per cent decline on the same quarter in 2014. Microsoft's official financial release cites "integration...

Peter Gothard | Computing | 28 Jan 2015

Time to market could be reduced if companies used existing unified comms technologies better

News Companies are missing a trick by failing to use unified communications and collaboration (UCC) tools to optimise their supply chains. In a survey of 150 IT decision-makers at medium...

Computing Staff | Computing | 28 Jan 2015

Apple posts biggest quarterly profits of any public company - ever

News Apple has posted a record-breaking set of quarterly results following a surge in sales of both new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, as well as sales to consumers in China, the world's biggest...

Sooraj Shah | Computing | 28 Jan 2015

CIO: 'Career is Over' or the new route to being the CEO?

Analysis When Philip Clarke was made CEO of Tesco in 2010, it marked an important milestone within the IT industry. Clarke's story was astonishing; he started stacking shelves at the company...

Sooraj Shah | Computing | 27 Jan 2015

Interview: Darren Price, group CIO, and Ian Hood, group chief digital officer, drive change at RSA Insurance

Interview The insurance industry is often painted as a laggard when it comes to technology, but if that really was the case at RSA Insurance Group, formerly Royal & Sun Alliance, then new group...

Stuart Sumner | Computing | 27 Jan 2015

IBM: There will be layoffs, but 110,000 is 'ridiculous and baseless'

News IBM has begun debunking the widespread rumours that it will be laying off 26 per cent of its workforce this week, which amounts to around 110,000 people, as Computing reported yesterday....

Peter Gothard | Computing | 27 Jan 2015

A smarter home is a safer home - but it may not be such a private home

Analysis A smarter home is a safer home, says Martin Vesper, CEO of DigitalSTROM, a manufacturer and supplier of smart home technology. Embedding intelligence into household devices means that...

John Leonard | Computing | 27 Jan 2015

Why the Hadoop big data bubble will continue to expand in 2015

Feature If 2014 was the year in which large enterprises started taking Hadoop seriously enough to adopt it, then 2015 is the year in which the three main distributors - Hortonworks, Cloudera...

Sooraj Shah | Computing | 27 Jan 2015

UPDATED: IBM to slash over 110,000 jobs in 26 per cent workforce reduction says report

News IBM is planning its largest staff layoff ever, with 111,800 roles said to be being cut this week, according to reports. That amounts to 26 per cent of the company's 430,000-strong...

Peter Gothard | Computing | 26 Jan 2015

Opposition grows to 'snoopers' charter' introduced by the back door

News Opposition is growing to the so-called "snoopers' charter", the twice-rejected Communications Data Bill, which could become law later today after being sneaked into the Counter-Terrorism...

Graeme Burton | Computing | 26 Jan 2015

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