Platform automation lead Boyan Dimitrov believes AWS is still ahead of its rivals
Now a complete infrastructure deployment can take just 28 minutes
Amazon becomes the latest cloud service to offer AI tools to enable machine learning and automated decision making
Wearable will cost between £299 and £13,500, but may have life beyond pricey gadget
The Hadoop big data bubble may be set to expand in 2015 - but prospects are limited for Hadoop distributors, says SysMech's Andy Stubley
New integrations will boost efficiency of businesses, claims Box CEO Aaron Levie
Watchfinder IT director explains how to ease your business into data science
UK footwear company intends to use Shoretel globally and incorporate unified comms in supply chain too
Ray-Ban and Oakley sunglasses manufacturer is already working with Google to make Glass available on the high street
Computing hears from end-users and the UK Oracle User Group to find out whether CCL's report into Oracle resonates with customers
Open sourcing .NET, embracing the iPad and making Azure a platform for the ages. Has Microsoft finally got itself sorted?
Intel lays down its strategy for dealing with infrastructure, endpoint and other technical considerations.
How is cloud computing affecting the design and build of data centres? Do evolving government standards affect the process? Are there different energy concerns when embracing the cloud?
Supporting OpenStack 'makes no sense' for Microsoft at this point, says cloud chief
Computing sits down with the Microsoft vice president of PC, tablet and phone to go in-depth about Windows 10's promise for the enterprise
Windows 10 announcement 'a surprise' to Notts County Council, just weeks after signing 8.1 deal with Microsoft
We're happy with our choice, but would value an ongoing discussion with Microsoft, says ICT service director
Even the mobile division is suffering in the face of competition from Apple, Xiaomi and Lenovo
Collaboration tools, multiple mobile platform development products and a "corporate Facebook" are all offered up
Computing speaks to legal experts about proposals to extend the EU Trade Secrets Directive to better protect product developers
New boss 'worries' that OracleWorld conference has too many announcements for customers to take on board
'It's rude, but it's the truth' says founder and CTO as he rips into SAP, Salesforce and Workday
Is this Tim Cook's worst week?
'File sharing and storage are purely the backbone of what we do' says Aaron Levie
Dropbox and Google storage models 'a loser's game' while Microsoft lags 'eight years behind' Box says VP of engineering
Competitors risk 'negative margin' without offering USP on top of storage offering, warns Sam Schillace