If the majority of large enterprises need mature systems on which to run their businesses rather than the sex-drugs-and-rock’n’roll of technology’s bleeding edges, then SUSE and Red Hat, the producers of the two main distributions of OpenStack, are ready to tell you it is now very much fit for that purpose
New Relic handily beat analyst expectations but remains relatively cautious in its forward projections. There's plenty to look forward towards as it expands its physical footprint, especially in Europe
MuleSoft founder Ross Mason talks about building an API-led enterprise integration strategy that gives CIOs the tagline 'There's an API for that'
Containers are the latest development hotness and in this fast moving world Microsoft is tearing up the playbook.
Broadband is a utility, so why isn't it treated like one by service providers? UK MPs are demanding tougher action from government and regulators and automatic compensation for beleaguered customers. Fat chance!
Three years after embarking on a cloud-first journey, travel planner American Express GBT talks up benefits of speed, standardization and easy connections
As Baby Boomers continue to retire and Millennials focus on burnishing their digital expertise, an acute shortage of mainframe skills could make such know-how de rigueur again.
Memset has given its customers less than a month’s notice. The SME has a high profile with government buyers and has been a G-Cloud advocate in the past.
Oracle has been going after AWS’s infrastructure business. The launch of the Oracle Government Cloud expands on recent regional investments.
Wanna get broadband in the UK but are stuck with ADSL? It's a lot like entering the National Lottery, only with marginally better odds.
Teresa Carlson also says that AWS wants to be seen as a local player that caters to local needs, rather than a US technology giant.
Just in case you missed it the first two times it was announced, the DCMS today re-announces its £400 million broadband investment commitment - along with an interesting, if ungrammatical, name change.
Appian has been around for nearly two decades, but its low-code approach to Business Process Management and applications development has finally found its time and place.