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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
'Weaker than expected consumer PC demand' is to blame
By the start of the next decade, Richard Cross wants Atkins to move all of its systems to the cloud, and be 'digital by default'
Frank Denneman, chief technologist at PernixData, writes about the technology behind Disney's MagicBand wearables and how lessons from the project's implementation can apply to your data centre
UK data centre operator snapped up by acquisitive US rival - dropping Interxion takeover in the process
We hear more and more about flash these days, but replacing disk-based arrays with SSDs is not a decision to be taken lightly
University was running 200 independently managed server rooms across 120 departments, and needed to rationalise and develop high performance computing capabilities
McMillan Williams Solicitors deploys infrastructure at Interxion data centre to increase speed and reliability of its IT
CIO says Interxion understood business drivers and helped company to meet future growth plans
We needed a solution that monitors Galera MySQL clusters and MongoDB, chief reliability engineer tells Computing
'In the past Whitehall wasn't sure of how many of these centres there were,' says Francis Maude
Internet of Things, analytics, mobile and cloud 'very much part of the agenda' for Ministry of Defence
Latest technology enables MoD to 'retain operational advantage', says Air Vice-Marshal Mark Neal, director service design for MoD Information Systems and Services
DWP says it had to extend HP's contract because of 'technical reasons'
Cambridge University experts explain how supercomputers and big data are helping answer some of science's thorniest questions
G-Cloud data centre contract with Ark will save money and carbon emissions, claims MoD
TUI Travel is investing in SDDC but Mittu Sridhara admits not all technologies are ready yet
Kevin Turnbull claims AWS gave Bluefin zero capability to export its SAP systems
Daniel Lewandowski, IT manager at Carisbrooke Shipping, explains how VMware vCloud Air has benefited the firm
It's taken the best part of 15 years, but with data centre operators seriously examining and rolling out software-defined networking the age of the 'stupid network' might finally be upon us
Cloud and virtualisation is there for the taking, but deploying systems beyond the bricks and mortar data centre can be a difficult journey...
How is cloud computing affecting the design and build of data centres? Do evolving government standards affect the process? Are there different energy concerns when embracing the cloud?
Will the physical data centre become obsolete? Industry experts discuss how the growing spread of virtualisation will affect the traditional data centre
Open-source projects like OpenStack and Docker give enterprises a more affordable and flexible alternative to proprietary hybrid cloud services
Upgraded IT infrastructure allows multimedia news provider to provide content at a faster rate