MareNostrum 4 will be located in Barcelona, and be used to power the next generation of scientific research.
Organisations are so quick to adopt new technologies that they often overlook the value legacy devices have to offer.
Over the air updates and black box technology will both be essential to the success of driverless cars.
New hardware is smaller, faster, longer lasting, promising innovation from phones to PCs and servers alike.
Connectivity options have improved significantly in the past few years and now users almost have too many options.
When it comes to the best Wi-Fi solution for your organisation, a one size fits all model does not work.
Implementing the right IT infrastructure and digital skills is key to rolling out a successful remote working strategy.
New Cortex A75 and A55 chips offer huge jumps in power and efficiency, and could also power the next generation of IoT devices and smart cars.
Firewall infrastructures have grown overly complex and organisations must learn to better manage them to realise the true potential of their security investments.
By fully adopting USB-C, organisations can simplify the process of charging, powering and connecting devices.
Despite and increase in the use of digital and mobile devices, users still prefer the option of having handwriting as an input option.
In today's digital world, waiting to upgrade your organisation's computer systems can be detrimental and costly.
There are 33 robots for every 10,000 employees in the UK but the number could rise as automation increases.
Following best practices and proactively backing up your files can take some of the sting out of data loss.