Google will also lay three new subsea cables
AWS customers complain of server slowdowns following implementation of Meltdown patch
Moving to AWS has almost doubled developer resources at Trainline
Derby City Council claims 60 per cent savings from going cloud first
VMWare buys VeloCloud in a bid to drive into SD-WAN cloud technology
Amazon Web Services has announced a new set of powerful GPU instances to speed-up machine learning
Doug Merritt says there is "no such thing as a wall-to-wall Oracle customer"
The cloud is one of the world's most important business technologies today
Cloud is driving the moribund telecoms industry to be more flexible, argues Colt's Mike South
Software vendors that embrace cloud are enjoying a boom, suggests Gartner
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
Cloud-Grade Networking is built on the tenets of platform-first; disaggregation; a Self-Driving Network™; and pervasive security.
GDPR presents CIOs and IT directors with the leverage to enforce a culture of secure IT and data management, argues Gordon Morrison
Altus promises to simplify the use of elastic infrastructure
Nutanix tie-up with IBM follows Dell EMC combination and HPE's acquisition of SimpliVity
Improbable offers a cloud-based environment for games developers to create their own AI-powered simulated worlds
Microsoft Surface sales fall 26 per cent in its third quarter, but cloud revenues increased 11 per cent
Office 365 now boasts more than 100 million users
Australian government plan to push ISPs to do more to tackle cyber security
When outsourcing goes wrong, it can go very expensively wrong...
Cloud computing will require ubiquitous, reliable network connections. So where are they, asks Peter Cochrane
Suite of products will focus on areas such as manufacturing and smart grids
William Ferreira appointed to newly created role to build machine learning tools for portfolio managers
Rise of the robots comes with a rise in jobs - but is this just a coincidence?