The cloud needs data centres to survive
But it's "too early to say" where the uncertain data privacy situation may lead, company admits
Microsoft back in court over US access to Irish servers - 'could have impact' on Safe Harbour talks, says firm
The case rolls on, but at what cost?
Computing presents its research to recruiters Michael Page, picking up top tips for your move into the future
Balancing on-site assets and off-site services is the way forward, says tech recruitment expert Doug Rode
Rocco Labellarte explains the business outcomes of great changes
What did we all learn today?
Vendors identify their own views on the state of the sector in this exclusive Computing video
Computing grills the managed services firm on cloud, wireless and the growth of IoT
A far cry from the Linux as 'cancer' days, Steve…
One fifth of firms to focus on software-defined solutions or converged infrastructure in the next two years
Computing's latest research reveals that software-defined will go from being mentioned in meetings to playing a part in data centre strategies
Embracing colo and cloud in the heart of London
'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
What should engineers, architects, project managers and consultants be getting in their pay packets?
Users can harm a company without even knowing it, Nirmal Dave tells Computing's Data Centre & Infrastructure Summit 2014
Music festival opts for scalable solution to manage demand in run-up to and during four-day event
Think about the application of technology as well as the capability, says VP of cloud
Speaking to Computing at Knowledge 14, Michael Keithley explains why he's moving all the celebrity talent agency's infrastructure into the cloud - even if some of his peers remain wary.
But don't mention SDN, says CMO Dave Ginsburg
Data volumes are "sky-rocketing" as Moore's Law efficiencies are flatlining, says EPFL's Babak Falsafi
Director for corporate planning tells Computing that the future is bright for electric vehicles - and their batteries
Consortium looking to apply smart grid thinking to data centre design