But Elon Musk hits back suggesting that Zuckerberg 'has limited understanding of AI'
Spin-out from Sanderson in fourth sale since 2004
Nick Sacke, head of products and IoT at Comms365, believes that the IoT is on the cusp of mass deployment, as organisations leverage low power wide area networking (LPWAN) and new IoT as a Service deployment models to achieve fast, low risk and low cost...
CloudView provides infrastructure visibility from cloud providers like AWS and Microsoft
The system is intended to make it simpler for SMBs to obtain funding by sharing secure financial information
TNT Express IT systems remain down almost a month after NotPetya outbreak
Check the shortlist to see if you're in with a chance of being named a cloud leader.
Instead of shared WiFi, DarkHotel's new attack pattern delivers its payload through social engineering and a Trojan
Marc Beder, director of technology at Advanced, explains organisations can pick the best of both Agile and ITIL methodologies
Winter is still coming, this time via HBO Go. Level 3 has been 'pivotal' to the Game of Thrones streaming experience, says HBO's CDO
Cloud giant appears not to be dissuaded from further UK investment by Brexit
Microsoft Teams 'can't compete with Slack' and is part of 'confusing set of tools', says Blenheim Chalcot CIO
'It doesn't feel like a finished product,' says Mark Ridley
New research from Computing reveals that much can be done with backup data, and that only a fifth of organisations are so far making effective use of it
Philip Beevers, site reliability manager at Google, tells Computing how the internet giant diagnoses faults
The cloud needs data centres to survive
Telegraph CTO Toby Wright: 'Google Cloud Platform's new UK region will shave vital milliseconds off Telegraph websites' performance'
Partnership between DXC and Zurich extended to 2022
'We want to ensure all businesses can take advantage of all that digital brings,' said Karen Bradley, secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Software vendors that embrace cloud are enjoying a boom, suggests Gartner
Ubuntu for Windows to run in a Sandbox environment, with SUSE and Fedora also expected to get similar treatment
Bimodal or 'two-speed' IT also set to increase, although firms admits concerns over the skills and experience needed to run this model
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Andreessen Horowitz and Sequoia Capital among the big names burned by $900m Jawbone failure
Highways England signs with Advanced for four-year Infrastructure-as-a-Service deal to better manage 'smart motorways'
Highways England turns to Advanced to host the infrastructure managing the data from more than 40,000 roadside sensors
Combined with nGeniusONE, the tool monitors applications and network health