There have been some big happenings in the cloud space recently, and we’re embarking on a series of articles which look at where those developments are heading.
Against a backdrop of declining global revenues, the recent BSA Software Survey estimates that US $62.7 billion worth of commercial software was being used illegally around the world in 2013.
This HP whitepaper explains the transformation and outlines why the cloud is now so central in how IT services can be quickly and flexibly delivered to organisations' IT users.
James Morris explains in detail the future of Ethernet, the opportunities presented by Carrier Ethernet 2.0 and how CE 2.0 will help mobile networks.
If you like the idea of notifications on your Android handset lock screen but can’t get what you need, Notific can plug the gap.
There was a time when Apple was the undisputed king of mobile, but since Steve Jobs’ death, Apple’s competitors have been getting bolder. Is this the end of Apple?
This HP whitepaper looks at how, when working to the accepted definition of cloud computing, the technology allows organisations to efficiently grow.
If you need to keep an eye on where all your money goes then Spending Tracker is an app which is well worth downloading.
The Fire Phone has received a largely cold reception over in the States, and it seems the general consensus is that it needs to be honed for a couple of incarnations yet.
This summer’s warm weather has got many folks working outside when they can. Here’s what one of our writers has adopted in terms of hardware and software.
We discuss the EU’s criticism of Google over search engine link removal requests, and how it seems to be unfairly laying all the blame at the big G’s door.