As AWS and Azure scoop up more of the cloud IaaS /PaaS market, what are organisations looking for? A research presentation from Computing Delta
Customers care most about uptime, security and costs according to Computing's research
In a survey 70 per cent say they face a shortage of technical cloud skills
AWS unaffected but users of Qubes OS are advised to update their systems
DFS resorts to cloud to help handle spikes in online demand
Firms touts benefits of partnership to cloud customers
One day "development will be a natural part of our lives" adds Rackspace
"Enterprise-capable product" can only be produced once open source is "professionalised" by distributors, claims Intel
Graze co-founder and CTO explains that his job today is to "fix the problems I created when we started"
Increased reliance on 3rd parties creates further opportunities for hackers
Good Hair Day global technical solutions manager Spencer Hudson discusses his firm's decision to embrace disruption
Time for lock-down as ransomware attacks more than double in one year, according to Computing Research
Seven-year-old 'critical security bug' found in Xen, the hypervisor used by Amazon, Rackspace and IBM clouds
Bug could give an attacker complete control through a hosted virtual machine
Software vendors have become more aggressive than ever in enforcing their software licences terms and conditions - and getting their pound of flesh from 'valued' customers.
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Experts say Venom isn't as bad as Heartbleed, but urge IT departments, especially those using Amazon, Rackspace or Oracle, to patch up
More and more organisations are choosing to shift their systems to the cloud, hosted on services provided by Amazon, Microsoft, Rackspace and others. But what happens when they want to upgrade before you do?
Inaugural OpenPower Summit kicks off in San Jose
Tinder improves MongoDB functionality by moving to Rackspace ObjectRocket, and insists 'not really focused' on IPO
'We can handle four times the amount of traffic without having to buy more stuff', says CTO Ogle
When Watchfinder.co.uk ran its first TV advertising campaign, CIO Jonathan Gill wondered whether its website would be able to withstand the hoped-for spike in traffic
How Moneysupermarket.com CIO Tim Jones is taking inspiration from Spotify, Netflix and Zynga to shape his own technology strategy
Jones has been inspired by ideas such as squads and tribes, Z-Cloud and Chaos Monkey
As the barriers between public and private cloud are broken down, the hybrid model is becoming increasingly practicable
Cern is adapting its IT to cope with an expected growth in data from the LHC experiments
Despite businesses who have deployed DevOps seeing a whole host of benefits, many of their peers are unaware of what the term means