The UK’s national synchrotron uses some pretty esoteric tools to get work done, but there may be room for cloud in future.
Click & collect specialist uses MDM software from MobileIron to roll out mobile app upgrades to staff and retailers using its ‘Powered by Doddle’ service.
The UK-based building materials and home improvement retailer can now respond to IT security incidents in hours, rather than weeks, according to CISO Nick Bleech.
UK-based Nottingham Building Society is expanding both its physical branch network and its digital capabilities as its seeks to provide customers with a more ‘omnichannel’ experience.
At its Enterprise World conference in Toronto, the enterprise information management company talks up its plans to bring AI to unstructured and semistructured information sources.
The music licensing and performance rights organization is using Birst as a platform for rolling out analytics in the form of ‘products’ to users across its workforce.
The Australian menswear retailer is looking to maximize its investment in Salesforce Commerce Cloud through careful nips and tucks.
CIO Laurent Bellan has a large number of IT projects on the go - but key to them all is providing the best possible experience for passengers, he says.
The UK bakery chain has announced a major milestone in its SAP roll-out, with 1,500 stores now live on SAP IS-Retail and 16,000 in-store staff trained to use a new interface.
New director of transformation Chris Ellett has big plans to shake up the UK pharmacy chain - and to disrupt the sector in which it operates, too.
A new app helps visitors make the most of their day out at the Garden, boosted by beacons that guide them around some of its popular beauty spots.
Records pertaining to some of the most important examples of our earliest human and pre-human ancestors will be hosted on Amazon and accessible to all through a ‘virtual museum’.
The vaccine alliance has implemented the cloud-based identity management service to give stakeholders working on vaccination programmes across 73 countries access to data, information and knowledge.