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Dave Page of EnterpriseDB talks about the challenges of organising the Postgres community and why Oracle's cloud does not feature in his firm's plans
Deutsche Bahn Arriva is looking to join the dots in public transport, with the help of smart city startup Ubiwhere
The IT industry looks at the ramifications of Computing's latest security research
Harnessing the winds of change: How Shell is working on next-gen machine learning to meet future energy demand
'If you can have machine learning operating in real-time and in stream you really can change the way the whole business operates,' says analytics head Dan Jeavons
Sixty per cent of firms are more afraid of reputational damage than data loss
Energy supplier EDF and smart home vendor Toon talk data-driven services and avoiding being seen as Big Brother
Hi-tech retailer needed to democratise analytics, explains data scientist Marcin Druzkowski
When Chinese doctors were unable to reliably access its UK web services, the medical publisher had to rethink its strategy, says CDO Sharon Cooper
Wi-Fi researchers Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens have presented their findings about KRACK
What is KRACK, and what can you do to counter it?
Cloud may not be the answer to everything, but it's now part of the furniture finds Computing's research
AWS, Azure and Google lead the public cloud pack but what do they offer that's unique
Cosmetics firm is undergoing a top-to-toe tech refresh with GDPR compliance thrown in
Why you should never trust automatic updates
Making assumptions, misunderstanding hardware and relying too much on upgrades are common issues facing network professionals
Expert advice on what skills businesses are looking for
There's no silver bullet, but Blue Cedar can be part of the shotgun blast of technology solutions
Like manufacturing, services sector is about to experience a wave of automation says Arvind Mehrotra of outsourcing giant NIIT
Cloud adoption is climbing, but legacy networks do not lend themselves to agile working. Going virtual is a way around the bottleneck
New regulations are forcing banks to give more power to customers and competitors with respect to account data, but they may be able to turn it them to their advantage
Is it IT- or business-led? Technology or culture?
Analysis: Does serverless computing really spell the end for containers?
Insurer has moved away from TDC's WAN offering 'to enable smarter, faster working procedures'