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Hybrid cloud storage strategy of almost 50% of companies hampered by ‘server huggers’

3 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Hybrid cloud storage strategy of almost 50% of companies hampered by ‘server huggers’
Iron Mountain’s study found that huge swathes of IT teams are still cautious about cloud storage and want to keep data where it can be seen due to concerns over the security of sensitive data.

VMware, Google and Nvidia team up to pipe high-end applications to Chromebooks

8 hours ago  by Darren Allan
VMware, Google and Nvidia team up to pipe high-end applications to Chromebooks
Want to run Autodesk AutoCAD totally fluidly on your Chromebook? This isn’t a pipe dream, rather it will be a streaming reality thanks to this new partnership.

UK SMEs are turning to the cloud for flexibility benefits and cost savings

10 hours ago  by Darren Allan
UK SMEs are turning to the cloud for flexibility benefits and cost savings
A study carried out by Vistage has found that 49 per cent of UK SMEs have adopted the cloud, with a further 11 per cent planning to do so shortly.

IBM SoftLayer debuts hourly bare-metal servers at all global data centres

26 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
IBM SoftLayer debuts hourly bare-metal servers at all global data centres
The move is in response to a thirst for a lower level of commitment among its customers and each server can be deployed at any worldwide data centre in less than half-an-hour.

Robo Brain: New robot learning basic skills from YouTube

26 Aug 2014  by Zak Thomas
Robo Brain: New robot learning basic skills from YouTube
Robo Brain began to process information from the Internet last month, and researches behind the project say it is currently working its way through a billion images and much more.

Q&A: Why storing data in the cloud could be safer than on-premise

25 Aug 2014  by Ian Barker
Q&A: Why storing data in the cloud could be safer than on-premise
We speak to Orlando Scott-Cowley of Mimecast about which is the safest place for your data – the LAN or cloud?

HP introduces new affordable options for the software-defined data centre

22 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
HP introduces new affordable options for the software-defined data centre
The company has brought in a new entry-level all-flash array that has a much lower initial outlay than current options and is around half the price of competitor options.

Google Drive for Work boasts over 1,800 weekly signups

22 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Google Drive for Work boasts over 1,800 weekly signups
Enterprises are flocking to use the cloud storage service that costs just $10 per user per month and offers secure storage that allows collaboration and file sharing.

Dropbox's head designer, Soleio, leaves company

22 Aug 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Dropbox's head designer, Soleio, leaves company
The man credited with the design of the iconic Facebook "Like" button, has confirmed his departure from the cloud storage company, in order to focus on designing education reform.

XRay web tool gives a shade of transparency to online personal data

22 Aug 2014  by Claire Woffenden
XRay web tool gives a shade of transparency to online personal data
It’s a given that internet companies gather titbits of our private lives in exchange for free services, but how much do we really know about what happens to our personal data?

Transform backup and recovery from being reactive to adaptive

21 Aug 2014  by ITPP in association with HP
Transform backup and recovery from being reactive to adaptive
How can organisations manage without slowing their organisation down with complicated data management, backup and recovery techniques? Read on to find out.