Free OS could help developers speed up IoT products and devices, it is hoped
Microsoft developed AI can tell its Alsatian from its Shih Tzu.
The G-Cloud gets its first customer from within the Department for Transport.
The acquisition of SeaMicro will give the chip manufacturer a clear entrance into the cloud.
Most companies have lots of concerns about the move to the cloud. Here's your chance to ask the questions that have been bugging you.
The UK is no way near getting Government targets on superfast broadband, according to a uSwitch report, but BT thinks the research is rubbish.
Microsoft is set to transform SkyDrive into a ‘Device Cloud' in Windows 8.
Huddle's CEO admits there's a risk Government departments will punt for traditional vendors when faced with the plethora of services on CloudStore.
The Government's CloudStore is now open for business, a move that will shake up public IT.
With $619 million of revenues for the quarter and $2.21 billion for the year, Citrix ends 2011 on a high.
Amazon has launched a non-relational database aimed at tasks requiring massive scalability
G-Cloud isn't too popular amongst local authorities right now, but the project's momentum could galvanise excitement later this year.
The US Government’s ex-CIO and leader of the ‘Cloud First’ initiative joins Salesforce as EVP of emerging markets.
Diane B.Greene strengthens her position in Silicon Valley by joining Google’s board of directors.
The Spanish bank signs up to the largest ever implementation of Google Apps for Business.
Larry Ellison’s firm incorporates Cloudera’s distribution of the Apache platform into its own appliance, aimed at analysing Big Data.
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The Government announces the '12 days of G-Cloud' to give extra time for companies to submit their tenders.
The firm boosts their business software with the inclusion of Human Capital Management.
The analyst firm claims now cloud is established, the fight is on for who will be the dominating vendors.
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