'It's hard to predict how many years, but I don't think it'll ever be completely done,' says Russinovich
Five-year patent battle comes to an end with both companies teaming up to develop better video compression technology
Wiederhold says 2016 will be the year of 're-platforming' but are NoSQL vendors struggling to convince end users to take the plunge?
'Any council that says it can't do cloud hasn't done its homework,' claims Peterborough City Council's Richard Godfrey
'No one pays their council tax so that I can employ someone to patch a server,' says Godfrey
'Our approach on this is very simple, which is heads down, focus on the technology' said Bezos
$3m sought in compensation against companies hosting Ashley Madison hackers' stolen data
Internet giants join forces to develop media formats - so they don't have to pay royalties to the likes of MPEG LA
Amazon's bid to actually make a profit hits Lab126 technology developments
'We terminated IBM contract because they lacked relevance, commercial flexibility, agility and a service portfolio,' says Coats plc CIO
World's largest thread manufacturer ditches IBM and warns SAP and Salesforce.com that they could be next
Bezos hits back at New York Times article suggesting employees sacked because severe health or family issues affected their work
Amazon and Microsoft are fast-refining their cloud-based machine learning services, and attracting the attention of companies large and small
Massive warehouse leased by Amazon within London's M25 belt being prepped for food delivery?
Amazon celebrates 20th birthday by making a profit
Adallom will reportedly become the centre for Microsoft's cyber security business in Israel
No authentication required, especially if you're running MongoDB in the cloud
Going 'digital' is a popular mantra, but organisations see the scope of the digital leader differently, Sooraj Shah investigates
Who walked away with the 21 gongs?
Making Just Eat 'available to customers wherever they are on any device' - an interview with CTO Carlos Morgado
Apple Watch, cloud and analytics are refining food ordering at Just Eat, providing a personal experience to customers, wherever they are, Morgado tells Computing
Does Oracle's news mean the prodigal son is returning home?
Ellison claims Oracle will have the broadest offerings in infrastructure, software and networking as a service - at AWS prices
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'Hands off our drones!' Amazon tells US local authorities as it looks to 'uniform' federal legislation
E-commerce giant wants the US to standardise drone legislation. But it is also reportedly looking to public to make low-tech Uber-style deliveries
EU agrees data protection regulation - despite cloud computing warnings from Amazon, Cisco, IBM and SAP
Ministers sign off on EU Data Protection Regulations - with a year of negotiations to follow on the details
EU's new data protection rules will "kill cloud computing" in Europe, warn Amazon, Cisco, IBM and SAP
EU Data Protection Regulations to be agreed in Luxembourg today - with an ominous warning from the biggest companies in IT