Data security and compliance issues are key but that doesn't mean health services need to miss out on the benefits of cloud, argues Gareth Baxendale
$9.99 a month service also includes watching offline and background play
You just need to be logged into Google and to have given your email address to a retailer
'We wanted a modern technology that would fit with our brand and our style of working with our customers and our employees,' says IT director Cheryl Millington
Goulding tells Computing he is looking to get the most out of data by bringing many of the company's information sources together in one model
Can we trust the cloud? 'I still keep my most personal information in a safe' reveals Google security chief
'But it's not because I don't trust the cloud…' insists Eran Feigenbaum
CIO Fin Goulding heaps praise on Microsoft for starting to listen to customers more since Satya Nadella took over the CEO job
Lafarge Tarmac demolishes relationship with Microsoft, cements infrastructure partnership with Google for Work
Deploying full Microsoft application set to everyone was 'like using a sledgehammer to crack a nut, director of IT Alisdair MacKenzie tells Computing
Is Android finally too fragmented to keep supporting earlier WebKit builds?
Barak Regev also tells Bloomberg Enterprise Technology Summit that mobile is 'the gasoline' of cloud
Director of technology Mark Ridley says licensing complexities encouraged Reed.co.uk to switch to Google Apps
Announcement that Apple iOS 7 users will now be logged into all Google services, allowing tracking across apps and devices, hidden in blog
Waitrose and John Lewis staff encouraged to collaborate with cloud office documents and collaboration tools hosted by Google
UCD saves money it would have spent on servers, maintenance, power and personnel
One third of UK universities use Google Apps for Education. So what's the attraction, and can the search giant be trusted with all that data? Peter Gothard talks to one of the first university CIOs to go down the Google route, Sheffield's Christine Sexton...
"Software" will be 60-years old this October, but despite the lack of big launches so far this year, there's still been plenty of activity
Even in the US there is a chronic shortage of engineers, says entrepreneur
Microsoft would be unwise to drop its offline version of Office just yet
New service builds around idea of 'a map for every person and place'
Microsoft, Nokia and Oracle among FairSearch coalition members calling for Google practices to be investigated
Not worth supporting Reader against possible privacy complaints, sources suggest
Firm has no plans to produce apps for Microsoft systems
Jellybean's in-built software has a long way to go but shows promise, says computer scientist.
$50 per user annual fee will make things more 'straightforward' says company