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You can lead advertisers to mobile, but you can’t make them spend, admits Google

April 17, 2014 | It's dominating the online advertising market, but Google's feeling the pain of the shift to the mobile first world with advertisers not yet ready to forsake the desktop. Read more [...]

Has the European Court of Justice just holed Obama’s NSA data gathering reform?

April 16, 2014 | Europe’s top court has set a precedent that could have global ramifications by declaring invalid the European Union’s ill-considered data retention laws and potentially undermining Obama's attempt at NSA data gathering reform. Read more [...]

Yahoo! turnaround turns positive, but Wall Street’s more into Chinese whispers

April 16, 2014 | Wall Street seemed keen on Yahoo!'s latest numbers, despite a 20% crash in profits. But are investors applauding Marissa Mayer's long term plans or eyeing up a big cash boost from a Chinese e-commerce IPO? Read more [...]

The SAP Fiori or Freeori discussion heats up

April 15, 2014 | | 10 Comments SAP user groups are flexing their muscles on the topic of whether Fiori should be part of maintenance. Read more [...]

Oracle Fusion – Debra Lilley’s perspective

April 14, 2014 | Seasoned Oracle consultant Debra Lilley provides her perspective on Fusion applications and Oracle's cloud efforts. It's all looking good. Read more [...]

Heartbleed for enterprise: an issue of unknown import

April 13, 2014 | Heartbleed in the enterprise may not be a big deal but silence does not mean all is well. Read more [...]

MuleSoft founder Ross Mason on avoiding API armageddon

April 11, 2014 | | 2 Comments Enterprises must streamline internal connection infrastructure to survive the coming explosion of SaaS, digital channels and smart devices Read more [...]

Mon Dieu! Les Français n’ont pas interdit email après 18 heures!

April 11, 2014 | | One Comment Écoutez et répétez! Delightful though the idea is, the French have not just banned work emails after 6pm despite the lurid headlines to that effect that spun around the world yesterday. Read more [...]

IBM buying Silverpop – another day, another marketing cloud ‘meh’?

April 11, 2014 | IBM is the latest enterprise player to get its check-book out to beef up its marketing cloud credentials.  But have we all got marketing cloud ennui by now? And who's left to buy? Read more [...]

Analytics and data lay the foundations for smart city energy consumption

April 10, 2014 | In Austria, researchers are building a data analytics environment to explore information about energy usage generated by smart meters and sensors in an intelligent grid. Read more [...]

City Council bets big on cloud – Box deal signed, Chromebooks on the way

April 10, 2014 | | One Comment Peterborough wants its council employees to be able to access information wherever they are, not just at their desk Read more [...]

UK gets clean bill of health over data snooping allegations

April 9, 2014 | But there is some concern that police forces are overusing their data gathering powers Read more [...]

Ted Baker plans switch to Microsoft ERP to support global growth

April 8, 2014 | The company's head of finance also revealed plans to roll out Windows smartphones and tablets Read more [...]

US fires warning shot over Europe’s plans for protectionist ‘Schengen cloud’

April 8, 2014 | The US government - via the auspices of the Office of the US Trade Representative - has fired a warning shot over the heads of the Eurocrats in Brussels who want to build a ‘European internet’, a taster of what could rapidly descend into an international trade war if not checked. Read more [...]

Viber migrates from MongoDB to Couchbase halves number of AWS servers

April 7, 2014 | The popular voice and messaging application needed a more scalable NoSQL solution to grow over the next few years Read more [...]

Solving the customer 360 conundrum

April 6, 2014 | Getting a 360 customer view is the Valhalla of computing. A document database might be the answer. Read more [...]