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
DuBois rose up through the ranks at Microsoft over more than two decades
More jobs going in cost-cutting at Microsoft as company engineers shift in focus to the cloud
Likely price war between the 'big four' will broaden the appeal of 'function-as-a-service'
Panel compares AWS, Azure and Google clouds. One expert admits that his firm uses machine learning just to understand the volume of AWS services it's consuming, and how much it will cost
Azure is the only platform challenging AWS
Microsoft partners worked together to scrap the physical data centre
Microsoft invests in Kubernetes containerisation software developer Deis to help beef-up Azure
A summary of Computing's research into DevOps priorities and tools
Putting all your applications in one cloud can leave your organisation exposed, warns Bricknell
A panel of experts at a recent Computing event discussed how to make the most of the various cloud options currently available
Visual Studio 2017 ships promising a leaner footprint, easier bug hunting and better collaboration and publishing features
More accessible Visual Studio promises better GitHub integration, too
Outages even at the biggest vendors can happen, as we saw when much of AWS went down last month. So how should you prepare for these eventualities?
Microsoft suffers authentication outage as Outlook, Hotmail and Skype users are locked out of accounts
Comms grind to a standstill. Again.
IT director Damon Impett on the challenges of running IT for a business with many different divisions
Recent product launches, including unified communications tool Amazon Chime, reveal the web giant's new direction
Computing is joined by Joanna Smith, CIO at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust, to discuss the cloud vendor marketplace, and analyse which best serve the enterprise
Cloud platforms are the main area of focus for DevOps practitioners, with serverless seen as an evolution of containers
NHS Royal Brompton and Harefield finds new secure cloud home as Privacy Shield-equipped Microsoft Azure pips rivals to the post
UK Cloud were "helpful", but ultimately too expensive compared to Microsoft alternative, reports CIO
Mark Ridley, group technology officer at Blenheim Chalcot Accelerate, discusses the pros and cons of Microsoft Azure and AWS
The great Blue Yonder is more than just a metaphor for the future
ClearBank picked Microsoft Azure because it has 'the most investment going on in cyber security on the planet'
Nick Ogden, founder of the first new clearing bank in in the UK in 250 years, hopes to leave behind 'aging technology'
With more and more services available from public cloud providers it is becoming the default model, says Mark Ridley
Peter Arrowsmith, Partner at IP law firm Gill Jennings & Every, considers what Microsoft's marketing really means for customers