Google got the enterprise wrong

Google has admitted it got its strategy completely wrong when it came to enterprise computing, and has lost ground to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and…

The week in view

Every week at around this time we plan to offer readers a bit of an overview of the events of the last seven days, as reported on New Statesman Tec…

Foxconn gets Sharp

Foxconn has agreed to buy Sharp after many predicted the deal would fall through. The buyer has now snapped up the former giant at a price massivel…

The shape of clouds to come?

It will come as no surprise to anyone that the incoming generation of professionals will have its attitudes and habits shaped in part by technology…

Is your data immortal?

Data will fade away and perish eventually – it was true of tape and will eventually prove true of more modern media such as solid state. But …

Big Data standards to be set

One of the central issues with new technology is precisely that it’s new – so there are no standards established in the early days. Acc…

Calls for unified messaging

An interesting article from Techradar in India has caught our eye – not necessarily for the best of reasons. The blog highlights the difficul…

Costain drives highway contract

Engineering solutions provider Costain has secured a new contract with Highways England to help with smart motorways and software solutions such as…

IBM ramps up cloud offerings

IBM has been out shopping for more capacity for its cloud offering, this time by buying companies in the UK. The US giant has bought Optevia in a b…

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