Many initially embark on a cloud journey to reduce costs, but the benefits they enjoy as a result are far more wide-reaching.
IBM has been the technology partner for Wimbledon for 25-years.
Amazon’s second quarter financial results have been revealed, with huge losses despite a slight rise in revenue
Dropbox has moved to address business concerns about its data privacy practices, but has it done enough to win over IT pros?
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Microsoft developed AI can tell its Alsatian from its Shih Tzu.
The company will focus on mobile and the cloud, but not necessarily through traditional products and services channels
How can CIOs ensure the cloud gives them an advantage rather than puts them at a disadvantage?
Latest set of results disappoint and see share price drop
IBM debuts revamped Android & iOS apps and makes Henman Hill the event's social media hub
Heathrow Terminal 2 can use the data to analyse whether new loos are needed...
Salesforce has revamped its popular app, continuing to push its 'Internet of Customers' mantra
There's a huge amount of data to gather and analyse at Wimbledon, but IBM makes it look easy.
Cloud computing is the backbone to the technology driving the Wimbledon Tournament.
Bill Jinks lifts the lid on IBM's 25-year partnership with the Wimbledon Tournament.
Software giant hails growing demand for Azure public cloud services
Software giant insists private cloud still has role to play in enterprise IT strategies
Microsoft has announced a raft of new Azure features at TechEd 2014, and we take a look at what's in the pipeline
IBM chief Virginia Rometty predicts that IBM will improve on its position in the industry over the next decade with key investment
This paper showcases a global IBM survey of senior decision makers whose organizations have implemented SaaS
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5G network to arrive in London by 2020, claims Boris Johnson
UK police won't seize mobile phones after RTAs
Surface Mini officially axed by Microsoft
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