Madeline Bennett speaks to Reading University, which is allowing academics to get access to self-service compute power, based on Nutanix.
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!
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.
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.
Slight geek alert. A team of researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology has found a way to create an internet fast lane for the huge amounts of emergency related data. A good idea for sure but will it hold?
It's a myth that all cloud platforms are equal. There are generalists and there are specialists. UKCloud's Cloud Strategist Bill Mew shares his views on why a specialist is needed for the health and care sector.
An "aspiration" for a digital future for the UK. During this election period, it's fitting BT's CEO is spinning out a 'jam tomorrow' manifesto where we can all watch the football on our dodgy broadband connections.
More ominous Digital Economy Act aftershocks - this time, it’s the hand waving around the legal minimum connectivity ‘Global Britain’ can soon enjoy that rankles.
The travails of Australia's National Broadband project last week show what happens when the public runs out of patience with PR spin. It's ugly