UK economy hamstrung by digital skills gap
Speed of innovation and need for efficiency has left many businesses struggling to modernise
Why VMware is acquiring Pivotal and Carbon Black
A surprise announcement on Thursday evening sees the company boost its security and container credentials
Small tech firms bullied out of business
Disputed printer cartridge patents and a ban on Google Ads are driving out small tech firms, Stewart Mitchell discovers
A deep-dive into AMD Epyc Rome: Meet the Zen 2 server chips
AMD has finally launched its second-gen Epyc processors, codenamed Rome. Here’s how the Red Team has built them
85% of companies now operating in a multi-cloud environment
Organisations are embracing the use of multiple clouds, but formal management is lagging
Constrained IT departments in danger of stunting growth
Mid-sized businesses are especially at risk, as complex issues challenge IT departments and budgets
Why HPE has swallowed MapR’s assets
The company continues to build its AI and big data credentials in a mutually beneficial deal
EU plotting to overhaul rules governing tech giants
The latest crackdown against harmful content may take a more centralised shape
The turbulent politics of Iran's crypto mining debacle
Iranian government claims the industry is putting strain on the national power grid, but figures suggest something different
HPE Discover 2019: The future is 'as a service'
CEO Antonio Neri goes all in with consumption-based business model
Why HPE’s acquisition of Aruba has been a standout success
The “reverse integration” of two networking teams continues to yield hefty rewards four years on
Cisco Live reveals industry confusion over 5G and Wi-Fi 6
Cisco is keen to remind customers that one network tech will not replace the other
Citrix clings to silver linings following 6TB data breach
The company says it has learned its lesson and is taking steps to improve password management
US relaxes trade restrictions on Huawei, Ren 'uninterested'
90-day fix comes just 24 hours after Google complied with US blacklist
Why did HPE buy Cray?
Is the tech giant branching out into new areas, or consolidating an existing strategy?
5 reasons you should attend the UK Cloud Summit
The two-day London event will take take place on 21 - 22 May and feature a host of expert speakers
Huawei's Q1 report: you don't have to be popular to grow
The company's consumer business is driving up the numbers while it keeps on securing more 5G contracts
Orange will co-innovate with businesses on its 5G network
Orange Business Services held its summit in Paris, shedding light on the company's vision of 5G for businesses
Inkjet vs Laser printers
You should always use a laser printer for business right? Not necessarily.
Regulator will fine big tech for spreading 'harmful content'
Draft proposals will see senior managers face criminal liability, while ISPs could block some services entirely
How policymakers plan to reign in the tech sector
From breaking up monopolies to GDPR-style fines, major players in public policy are having their say on regulating big tech
What the NHS hopes to achieve with its data-sharing plans
More “granular” and standardised patient information could pave the way for seamless data-sharing
Organisations have been blind to GDPR “business opportunity"
Obsession with headline-grabbing fines has eclipsed the benefits of new regulation
MySpace’s migration mishap should be a warning to others
The social network’s woes illustrate the dangers of a poorly-planned migration