A responsive design, more connectivity and three new versions sees IRIS up its game with KashFlow
eBay solved its elastic storage problem, when it turned to Nutanix, a startup in Silicon Valley that's disrupting the storage world with low cost solutions that take much of the administration away for those with large scale storage needs.
BBC3 is to cease broadcasting as a conventional TV channel and shift to a digital delivery platform on the BBC's iPlayer service. Mobiles and tablets are taking over from TVs, but how are we going to pay for it?
The economics of the first cloud era were so compelling that it was easy to celebrate the cost savings and call the job done. But the job has barely begun. Difficult as it may be, try to forget everything you’ve ever known about how data is stored and how application programs have been constructed and used.
Microsoft recognises the need to adapt to new business models. It is a huge ask for a tech led vendor moving into the business space. Ealry signs are very promising.
Hampshire County Council CIO Jos Creese believes real change will only happen when processes are overhauled
John Appleby takes on the behemoths as he predicts the end of the mainframe. We've heard this before. Is now the time? Judge for yourself.
Breaking: Acumatica hired a new CEO, Jon Roskill. Here's the highlights from my exclusive, impromptu chat with Roskill.
Microsoft is clearly signaling a step change from the past, disrupting itself and others in the process. How far might this go? Den opines on this topic but with evidence to back up the theory.
We are all creatures of habit and teaching. Vijay Vijayasankar questions whether we really do know how to measure and interpret the right things. It's a good question at a time when so many are relying upon data driven decision making as a mantra to slavishly follow.
Could this be the technology that persuades enterprises to stick with Microsoft as they migrate content and collaboration to the cloud?
Oliver Marks outlines the new HP story around business innovation. It involves listening, a novel concept you might think among consultants.