Pivotal Labs today opened a brand new office at the heart of the so-called Tech City, signalling the start of a $100m investment in London's burgeoning technology community over the next 10 years.
SSH Security is here to talk about the need for SSH key management to close security holes and control system administrators access to critical systems and data.
The former president of the Dutch Central Bank, Nout Wellink, has said that bitcoin hype is worse than the so-called “tulip mania” of the 17th century. "At least then you got a tulip,” he said.
Lessons and inspiration for businesses in all sectors from the technology employed in the handling of big data within Human Genome research.
Microsoft has issued an unprecedented warning and hastily-designed patch due to a vulnerability in Windows XP. The flaw could potentially give attackers full control of an infected computer.
The US Department of Health and Human Services announced that it's dropping its previous web-hosting contract with Verizon Communications’ Terremark subsidiary in favour of HP.
Liam Fox MP spoke at the SAS Student Academy Careers Fair at Brunel Business School, about the potential for big data to transform the UK economy. "Someone is going to unlock that potential," he said.
We spoke to Anabel Gutierrez, lecturer of business and management at Regent’s University London, about its first year of integrating big data analytics into postgraduate business courses.
We spoke to Matt Althauser, the European general manager of Optimizely, the world’s most widely-used do-it-yourself A/B testing tool, about how you can optimise your website for your customers.
A preview version of Google Glass' GDK (Glass Development Kit) has been released. Some developers grumble, however, that Google has limited how far they can innovate.
Two Oracle VPs have defended Java's poor security record, claiming that only the browser version of the popular programming language is vulnerable to attack. But can we really trust Java?