Nutanix wants to be the 'new kid on the block' and exploit new hardware and software architectures to make VDI far more significant and, yes, make it the year of sometime soon.
Rhonda Vetere, Santander's infrastructure CIO - it's how you tackle challenges that makes the difference
Rhonda Vetere, former CTO of Estee Lauder and now CIO at an international bank, shares her secrets to success in the competitive world of IT management.
IESA embarked on an ambitious, some might think suicidal project to move from SAP ECC to S/4HANA - in five months. It came in on time and under budget. Here's how.
Now that Unit4 has put a microservices-based cloud platform in place, new CEO Mike Ettling wants the company to run like a cloud business
New Relic's new offering aims to let customers to see "absolutely everything they need to observe in production".
The burgeoning cloud services marketplace could grind to a halt if the reseller channel community fails to get its act together and start taking those services – with their own expertise and IP added in – out to businesses.
Big or small, there's going to be an Adobe e-commerce option for you.
The future for many businesses will be a hybrid mix with a range of different cloud services and service providers that will need to work together. This is a role custom-made for channel partners to exploit, but they need to be ready, and maybe they ain’t...
The UK recipe box delivery company has used AWS from the outset and CTO Shaun Pearce explains why the company relies on the company as it doubles in size every year.
The London based utility company is also using the ServiceNow platform to keep control of its systems, after a huge insourcing project.
AWS bill for March 2015 in multi-cloud was $83,000, and for March 2019 on AWS Lambda it’s $5000. Comic Relief explains why AWS has reduced stress for the charity.