The agenda looks very pretty indeed, featuring the likes of Michael Acton Smith, Neelie Kroes, Waze, Raspberry Pi, a couple of Tech City celebs and some of the most promising startups around.
Today, we are accustomed to talking about terabytes and even exabytes when it comes to our data storage needs. But 30 years ago things were very different.
HP has implemented a number of enhancements, including the option to take on additional storage at the time of recovery for short-term needs any disaster might cause.
New research from Kaspersky Lab has shown that the vast majority of businesses don’t keep their virtualisation servers on-premise, and plenty of sensitive data is chucked cloud-wards.
Mark Zuckerberg has more money than he knows what to do with, that’s a given. But now he’s putting his money towards a very good cause, fighting the ebola virus.
SAP and IBM have announced a major partnership, with IBM to pave the cloudy way for the likes of SAP HANA and SAP Business Suite, promoting security and scalability.
The growth of the cloud has had a knock-on effect on IT requirements in other areas, like the bandwidth and latency of a company premises' connection to other company locations and the wider Internet.
According to a new book published by Harvard Business Review Press, organisations from a variety of industries should undergo a digital transformation now to stay ahead of their peers.
The company is claiming that the new service does for the analytics process what the company did in transforming CRM some 15 years ago.
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Given the complexity, you might guess that the project took a large team of highly skilled developers months to complete. But here’s the thing: two developers built it in just one week, without code.