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
Microsoft Azure announced a 22% price hike for its cloud buyers at the end of last year. Do currency fluctuations create an opportunity for UK providers?
In four years, 5G WiFi offering multiple G/bit bandwidths will be upon us, so it is time for businesses to start thinking of what they’d like to achieve, what applications and tools they might need in that post-BT landline world
Now that AWS offers managed services, its MSP partners are in a dangerous predicament. UKCloud's Bill Mew suggests G-Cloud maps out an escape route.
Regulator Ofcom has finally lost patience with BT's tactics and is set to enforce a legal separation with Openreach and on its own terms. The game's far from over, but it's a step in the right direction for the UK digital economy.
Customers won't notice the difference between high def and standard def video, so why should BT have to deliver high quality? - the corporate arrogance of the broadband bully in full view.
Chip designer ARM is one of the Britain’s most successful tech companies and the proposed takeover provides quite the quandary for new PM Theresa May.
Tony Scott, US federal CIO, explains the importance of replenishing the government’s ageing infrastructure and applications. No mention of cloud…
The South African government says that cloud has benefits and it would like to use more. But with a poor broadband infrastructure and electricity blackouts, it's easier said than done.
Mike Bracken's been trying to transform UK government IT. Now he's turning his attention to another UK institution, the troubled Co-operative Group.