'Loadsamoney' to be spent on IT in 2018 and 2019, according to Gartner
Accenture and Certus win series of contracts with Home Office
G-Cloud procurement will be used for technical integration of Oracle Fusion based ERP system
SMEs should be the most enthusiastic adopters of cloud but they are held back by out-dated worries, says Richard Stinton
With the pound falling rapidly against the dollar, how does this affect UK firms consuming US-based cloud services? Take part in our poll to find out!
AWS Redshift is "the ultimate lock-in" says Ellison, as he tries to turn up the cloud heat
Has the other shoe finally dropped with Windows 10?
Oracle can extend its public cloud into customer data centres to address data residency issues
Data sovereignty has become a priority for all organisations using cloud, but what are the key issues to consider?
Orlando Scott-Cowley, cyber security strategist at Mimecast, explains how to reduce the risk inherent in a cloud-first strategy
Over half of global firms expect to be fined for non-compliance with incoming EU data protection regulations
Two thirds of worldwide companies say they would review their business strategies in EU countries in the next year
Amazon and other technology vendors are often hyperbolic about their own products. Could this stem from insecurity?
Cloud services may be easy to deploy and easy to use, but integrating them into the business requires a range of core skills that companies underestimate at their peril
Company happy to work with any company that 'understands the value of data'
More than £36m spent in August as sales pick up for government programme after a slow summer
'With HEAT, straight away I could see that we were purchasing a very powerful and configurable tool,' said John Ireland, director of customer services at University of Oxford
Software giant promises super-charged cloud growth to make up for it
Adallom will reportedly become the centre for Microsoft's cyber security business in Israel
Does Oracle's news mean the prodigal son is returning home?
Accenture wants to strengthen its Salesforce.com skill set after working with 250 end users to deliver Salesforce.com solutions in the past year
Former HMRC CIO Phil Pavitt believes that little has changed in the past five years, but do SMEs agree? Computing spoke to a wide variety of firms to ask if government moves to encourage smaller firms to supply services are working
NetApp's Martin Warren discusses industry fears around vendor lock-in and cloud security, but argues that concern is 'dissipating'
Enterprise innovation 'stuck in the 1970s' but 'ServiceNow out to change that' says CEO Frank Slootman
Slootman kicks off Knowledge 15 by arguing enterprise tools need to be as innovative as consumer tools like Uber, and execs unveil ServiceNow's new app store
HP previously used a disparate combination of Excel, Access and analytics tools before adopting Anaplan's HyperBlock technology