Wiederhold says 2016 will be the year of 're-platforming' but are NoSQL vendors struggling to convince end users to take the plunge?
IBM set to extend Watson platform to offer developers new APIs and technologies
Which of Computing's stories was The Daddy this week?
'This services agreement and powerful new cloud infrastructure are at the heart of our plans to improve our operational efficiency,' says Finnair CIO Kari Saarikoski
World's largest thread manufacturer terminated IBM data centre contract and Cammish warns SAP that it could be next on the chopping block
Deal will allow products powered by ARM mbed-enabled chips to automatically register with the IBM IoT Foundation and connect with IBM analytics services
Banking Trojan borrows technology from rival crimeware to steal passwords and disable security tools
Apple makes up with another old adversary as it ramps up its focus on the enterprise
'These legacy vendors make life so darned confusing,' says Coats CIO Richard Cammish
'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?
Results "demonstrate that we continue to transform our business", claims CEO Ginni Rometty
14nm to enter its third generation as Moore's Law collapses
Let IT head up your growth and innovation, not follow along behind it
Personal computing has come a long way since home-assembly kits were sold in the early 80s. Computing takes a trip down (random access) memory lane
IBM analytics, social media, cloud, mobile and cyber security tools all harnessed by All England Club
Computing's top seven stories from the past seven days. Read all about it!
EU agrees data protection regulation - despite cloud computing warnings from Amazon, Cisco, IBM and SAP
Ministers sign off on EU Data Protection Regulations - with a year of negotiations to follow on the details
EU's new data protection rules will "kill cloud computing" in Europe, warn Amazon, Cisco, IBM and SAP
EU Data Protection Regulations to be agreed in Luxembourg today - with an ominous warning from the biggest companies in IT
IBM will contribute up to £200m in funding and resources to Hartree Centre for intense computing driving innovation
Global Head of IT at paint manufacturer Valspar tells Computing that for successful MDM it's important for IT to know just when to get out of the way
What are the realities of such a big move for your organisation?
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff appoints financial advisors to handle takeover bids from unnamed suitors
Siemens AG picked Teradata over HP Vertica, IBM and Oracle because it was 'the first to understand the need for an ecosystem'