CIOs at a recent IT Leaders Forum event discuss their uses of the different flavours of cloud
IT leaders discuss strategies to move large volumes of data out of Europe following the Brexit vote
Panel at recent event suggests that setting a storage strategy is like sending a probe to Mars. 'You send the probe in the general direction of Mars, and then adjust its course as it gets close'
Flash, disc and cloud all have their place, but many firms can't ever see themselves dispensing with good old-fashioned tape
Mimecast uncovers the various methods used by new scam to steal your personal data and credit card information
Graphics card manufacturer introduces the DGX SaturnV with 63,488GB of RAM and 60,512 Intel Xeon E5-2698v4 CPU cores
'The idea that you don't need tech skills once you move to cloud is a fallacy,' says CIO, explaining that G4S has around 1,000 ideas for new technology projects for 2017
Security firm reaps the benefits of a new cloud-first policy
Agile and iterative methodologies are simply a technical change for IT, but moving away from waterfall is a bigger challenge for the business, says Nick Folkes
CTO Zenon Hannick expects VR to be in the trough of disillusionment in 2017, but become mass market in 2018
Charity engages Braintree to move away from previous payment system which was in danger of failing and losing millions of pounds of donations, admits CTO
MogIA is now on a roll, having correctly predicted the results of the past four US elections
Elizabeth Denham, the UK's Information Commissioner, writes that Facebook has agreed to pause using data from UK WhatsApp users for advertisements or product improvement purposes
ThoughtWorks' bi-annual Technology Radar highlights emerging trends in augmented reality and changing structure of software teams
Leading technologists issue trends report alongside visualisation tool for companies to develop their own tech strategies
Mike Mason, technology activist and adviser to the CTO at ThoughtWorks, explains how to instil a DevOps culture, and the value of open source to the enterprise
With automation set to reduce or remove the need for many jobs, Musk sets out his vision to maintain incomes for those out of work
Watchdog slams WhatsApp over its data sharing with Facebook, and Yahoo over its 2014 breach
Retail and web giant misses earnings per share forecasts, and announces a slew of updates for AWS
Email has had more than its share of critics over the years, but if it's so bad, why is it still a core application for just about every business? Stuart Sumner explores the pros and cons and asks if email is set to be replaced in the near future
With price rises from cloud providers including Microsoft and others, and huge potential fines when the GDPR comes into force, is it time to re-examine the decision to go cloud?
Many cloud providers, including Microsoft, are putting enterprise cloud licences up in response to the falling pound. Can customers use this as an excuse to leave?
Tech entrepreneur and founder of SpaceX explains his mission to build a city on Mars
While the drop in sterling's value against the dollar is causing pain for some, as US-based cloud services become more expensive, few firms are considering switching suppliers just yet
Falling value of the pound will see the firm's cloud pricing climb by 22 per cent in the New Year to 'realign close to Euro levels'