Central government, local council and NHS join for forces to negotiate software licences
SITA speakers debate whether Apple Passbook will help or hinder airlines
Stringent data use contracts make search engine giant the 'frenemy'
Large organisations are increasingly seeking to tap into the SME market for innovation and agility. But are their procurement processes flexible enough?
Too much new business requires further investment to cope, says CEO
Ellison renames the cloud after Oracle, finishing giant marketing u-turn towards what he calls 'modern computing'
In today's information-sharing age, can being CIO of such a huge IT user as the British government really be a part-time job? Sooraj Shah spoke to the man himself, Andy Nelson, to find out
Oracle's Fusion strategy in the spotlight as a former executive warns that the enterprise giant is struggling to remain relevant - despite its new cloud focus
BlackBerry maker to cut staff before rollout of new operating system
• 1,600 UK jobs in the firing line, says Unite. Autonomy founder Lynch to leave - bad decision, say analysts
Firm refutes Computacenter expert's claims that not all data is valuable
While millions of terabytes are already mined per year, the data company tasked with overhauling Gatwick Airport's storage believes data is set to get much, much bigger
IBM dumps Siebel for open source alternative with cloud pedigree
Computer giant thrown off federal government software and services procurement programme following over-charging dispute
The government must match its rhetoric about helping smaller vendors with action
The software giant plans to use its HANA in-memory database technology as the spearhead of an ambitious assault on the wider database market
CSC has been named the preferred bidder for a major MoD deal - despite stinging criticism of the company's performance from the Public Accounts Committee
Quits before completing Cloudstore, and after penning a damning blog about the current state of government IT
Information management and learning services form part of agreement
The collaborative nature of open source means it's a perfect match for the government
Dell's new acquisition provides software to support application protection across physical, virtual and cloud architectures