Apologises via blog, but is the damage done?
Financial Times chief product and information officer Christina Scott discusses a major website redesign, and the IT work necessary to manage the brand's transition to new owners
'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
Will this growing trend start to tempt the enterprise?
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
Dropbox and Google storage models 'a loser's game' while Microsoft lags 'eight years behind' Box says VP of engineering
Competitors risk 'negative margin' without offering USP on top of storage offering, warns Sam Schillace
Staff were 'extremely reluctant' to return trial equipment, according to Cabinet Office
Francis Maude says switch will result in cost savings and better collaboration
For the first time in almost two decades, Microsoft is facing a serious challenge in one of its core software cash cows: Microsoft Office
Analysts warn of vendor lock-in with latest update
Google needs to do more to fight cyber-crime, says university after spate of phishing attacks
Google's cloud office suite stops export of documents in older Microsoft Office formats
Google Drive could spur on Facebook to make acquisition, says analyst
The deal marks a watershed in public cloud deals according to industry analysts
Enterprise users of Google Apps may not welcome focus on HTML5 analysts warn
The cloud juggernaut thunders on but there are continuing doubts about service viability and concerns that vendors are using it to hike prices
IT leaders still say there are details to be ironed out
Analysts say new feature is no game-changer
New feature improves collaboration among business users
A case of overhyped, overpriced and over here, or a useful tool for work, rest and play?
The basic functions in the technical preview work, but there's still a long way to go
As Microsoft releases a technical preview of its Office 2010 Web Applications, we find out what it means for users