New law is intended to crack down on alleged espionage by China against US infrastructure and intellectual property
The concept has been proved in trials in the USA and China, claims IBM
The latest cloud acquisition will add warehouse management expertise to Oracle's cloud portfolio
A £400m 10-year contract up for grabs
Infor's Fashion toolset allows users to 'manage the entire fashion process' from design all the way to retail
Tech giant to build 200MW of solar capacity and work with suppliers in China to boost energy efficiency
Bored of banking, Dyreza turns its attention to high-value targets in the supply chain
Ahead of UK launch John Leonard gets an exclusive preview of the new ethical smartphone that's built to last
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
Supply chain security at fault rather than direct breach, reckons analyst
Marks & Spencer: 'With Tibco Spotfire it's not like data-based decision making, it's like common sense'
How Marks & Spencer is propagating analytics throughout the organisation to enable more informed decision making on-the-fly
Italian sports car manufacturer selects Infor Sales & Operations Planning solution
Initial batch of crowdfunded ethically-sourced smartphone snapped up
Could lead to price rises and launch delays
Martin Ogden tells Peter Gothard how IT is helping the bakery to maintain profitability in the face of rising fuel and wheat prices
IT's role is to ensure processes run properly and the supply chain is correctly managed
Surface Tablet costs $284 to manufacture according to teardown report, but continues to receive flack from Microsoft's OEMs
Advances in IT are helping to bring production back to the UK, writes IFS's Alastair Sorbie
Smartphone manufacturer for Nokia, Motorola and Sony blames 'sluggish' orders
Iceland's Mark Pearson tells Graeme Burton how new technology is benefiting store managers, warehouse staff and shoppers
Company blames new supply-chain management and accounting system
Large organisations are increasingly seeking to tap into the SME market for innovation and agility. But are their procurement processes flexible enough?
Lower costs for both devices and network connectivity will drive a boom in 'the internet of things'
The parlous state of the EU's economy has led many businesses to cut back on supply chain investment. But are such cost-saving measures are storing up trouble for the future?