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Using technology to improve Wimbledon

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Sam Seddon, Wimbledon client executive at IBM, explains how new analytics is driving user engagement at the tennis championships
07 Jul 2014

Unilever’s long-running relationship with SAP to extend into the cloud

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SAP 'integral' to Unilever’s focus on mobility and digital, even as it moves to the cloud, says outgoing CIO Willem Eelman
17 Jun 2014

Spending on high-end storage falls 25 per cent – IDC

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Overall market down 6.9 per cent as economic uncertainty persuades companies to keep their storage kit longer
09 Jun 2014

Data analytics for business advantage


06 Jun 2014

IBM server sales slump by 25 per cent in the first quarter as competition intensifies

IBM sales meltdown as global server unit shipments increase by 1.4 per cent, according to Gartner
28 May 2014

IBM to stop selling NetApp storage in preference to its own products

IBM seeks to arrest hardware sales slump by focusing on own technology
27 May 2014

'Replace IBM servers now,' Chinese government tells banks

NSA spying row escalates as China's government urges banks to replace IBM hardware
27 May 2014

Lenovo yearly profits jump by 29 per cent

Disappointing sales in China offset by growth in EMEA and Americas for world's biggest PC maker
21 May 2014

Cloudera defends Intel deal as Hadoop battle rages on

Cloudera’s co-founder and chief strategy officer, Mike Olson, responds to growing criticism of the company from its rivals
16 May 2014

One-third of IT chiefs believe enterprise security ‘lagging behind’ modern IT trends

Computing research reveals a third of organisations struggling to adapt to the use of cloud and BYOD technology
08 May 2014

Who’s pulling IT’s strings?

Graeme Burton examines the technology that is giving the marketing department increasing power over IT
07 May 2014

Patchy defences against enterprise application security threats

Computing research reveals gaps in security provision that could give attackers a way in
07 May 2014

Department of Health: G-Cloud is still too complex

Buying processes and CloudStore navigation are some of the pain points in procurement
07 May 2014

Department of Health selects Kahootz to replace IBM Quickr through G-Cloud

Move signals shift away from legacy systems and software, and embrace of "buying things as a service"
06 May 2014

Google, Facebook, Amazon unite in a bid to ensure Heartbleed doesn't happen again

13 technology giants team up with The Linux Foundation to support ‘critical’ open source projects
24 Apr 2014

Why the enterprise must ensure it has a proper security policy

In today's connected world a business must ensure that its mobile and web-based software is secure. This means that application security needs to be a core competence in any organisation's security strategy
15 Apr 2014

ING Bank selects HortonWorks ahead of Cloudera in a bid to exploit big data

Dutch bank wants to cut costs and improve services by replacing ageing data warehouse with a Hadoop data platform
04 Apr 2014

Putting digital first: An interview with Camden Council CIO John Jackson

Jackson tells Computing how the council’s digital strategy is changing the way its staff work
31 Mar 2014

IBM buying Cloudant? "History says they won't make it work" says MarkLogic's Gary Bloom

NoSQL turf war in full swing as MarkLogic lobs grenades at Cloudant, Cloudera and MongoDB
28 Mar 2014

BT, IBM, Capgemini to offer cyber security apprenticeships

Employers team up with e-skills UK in a bid to close 'cyber skills gap'
20 Mar 2014

IBM fires employees as part of $1bn restructuring programme

Big Blue trims wage bill in the US, following reports of redundancies made in Europe, Asia and South America
28 Feb 2014

'We’re in the midst of the most disruptive, dramatic period in IT,' claims VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

Pat Gelsinger likens shift to DEC's rise and subsequent acquisition by Compaq 25 years ago
26 Feb 2014

IBM and AT&T join forces to exploit Internet of Things

Companies will extract and analyse data from cameras, traffic technology and utility meters in the hope that cities can 'improve urban planning'
20 Feb 2014

IBM to research 'self-destructing microprocessors' in $3.4m DARPA deal

US military research establishment to fund research into electronics that can be destroyed remotely
12 Feb 2014