Another helping of Computing's top stories this week. Get 'em while they're still hot!
07 Aug 2015
George Frangou, CEO of the AI-based analytics firm, tells Computing that bigger rivals 'don't get it because the driver for them is to sell kit'
04 Aug 2015
'Winning the award is an important part of Oracle's strategy,' says John Abel
03 Aug 2015
'Breach notices' issued to users by Oracle's compliance department intended to keep customers in line, claim Oracle's rivals
31 Jul 2015
Hacking Team's a bit miffed at the way it's been portrayed, for some reason...
23 Jul 2015
Adobe (finally) patches the security flaws exposed by the Hacking Team crack – while Oracle and Microsoft sneak out their Hacking Team patches
15 Jul 2015
Who walked away with the 21 gongs?
12 Jul 2015
Does Oracle's news mean the prodigal son is returning home?
23 Jun 2015
Ellison claims Oracle will have the broadest offerings in infrastructure, software and networking as a service – at AWS prices
23 Jun 2015
MongoDB CEO says the firm has to do better at monetising, as less than five per cent of its userbase are currently paying to use the database
15 Jun 2015
"Oracle has some way to go to convince the market it is on their side,' says TmaxSoft's Kim Joe
08 Jun 2015
US government believes that Oracle is entitled to copyright its APIs, meaning that the likes of Google will have to pay a licence fee to use them
27 May 2015
Global Head of IT at paint manufacturer Valspar tells Computing that for successful MDM it's important for IT to know just when to get out of the way
22 May 2015
Experts say Venom isn’t as bad as Heartbleed, but urge IT departments, especially those using Amazon, Rackspace or Oracle, to patch up
14 May 2015
SAP users happy with what they've got – and don't want the time, cost and aggravation of a painful upgrade
05 May 2015
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff appoints financial advisors to handle takeover bids from unnamed suitors
30 Apr 2015
Siemens AG picked Teradata over HP Vertica, IBM and Oracle because it was 'the first to understand the need for an ecosystem'
29 Apr 2015
Pavitt tells Computing about the introduction of iPads in retail stores, the CDO role, and how the systems integrator market has hit rock bottom
27 Apr 2015
Quality of service from systems integrators is at an all-time low, says Phil Pavitt
22 Apr 2015
Computing sits down with a key player in contactless, to discuss the technology behind it, as well as - inevitably - card clash
10 Apr 2015
Another technology company goes private
08 Apr 2015
Apigee’s API platform has helped Morrisons launch its Match & More loyalty programme
06 Feb 2015
After HortonWorks' successful IPO, MapR and Cloudera are out to prove that they too can flourish on the public stage
27 Jan 2015
Versions of Apple QuickTime, Adobe Reader and VLC Media Player also rank highly on 'most exposed' list
22 Jan 2015