Today’s tech: Apple iPhone 6 gets ripped apart, cloud computing is kind of a big deal, and Microsoft cuts Silicon Valley jobs
The best of ITProPortal news including: Apple iPhone 6 components revealed, survey reveals full extent of cloud computing use, and MIcrosoft closes a revered research lab.
This is the first part of a new series that dives into the question regarding whether cloud computing can be used for data backup and, if so, where?
According to fresh research from Sage, an overwhelming 87 per cent of mid-market businesses (comprising between 100 and 499 members of staff) are now making use of cloud technology.
In a post on the Apple website yesterday the company claimed that they won’t comply with government warrants to unlock devices running the new iOS 8, because they can’t.
There appear to be some serious problems with Microsoft’s Azure cloud services. We spoke to CloudSigma’s CEO Robert Jenkins to try and find out how difficult these issues might be to fix.
In this clip, Richard sheds light on the biggest challenges involved with establishing a B2B startup and the advantages that European businesses have over their US-based rivals.
If there is one thing that makes me stressed and paranoid, it's photo backups. Now, due to a compatibility issue with Dropbox and iOS 8, my precious memories may no longer be quite as safe.
The first release is a freemium version that offers a complete range of self-service analytics that enables businesses to acquire and prepare data simply.
The new aspect is designed to assist Agile development teams hasten the delivery and quality of apps by using a simple, scalable and intuitive cloud platform.