The new data centre, which will be open in August 2014, is the first of three to arrive on European soil with similar facilities set to be constructed in France and Germany in 2015.
A team of University researchers have teamed up with the company in order to introduce a new way to keep data safe in the cloud that is loosely based on card shuffling.
The cloud-based video sharing service is now available across the world, and has been tweaked to allow users to earn extra storage space for friend referrals.
The Reykjavik-based GreenQloud now has a hybrid cloud solution which offers agility and scalability, and it’s environmentally friendly to boot.
The head of Research and Innovation at HSBC has warned that IT bosses could "potentially go to prison" if regulation for financial services fails to keep pace with advances in cloud services.
The service is now live, providing UK customers with an IaaS public cloud from a data centre in Slough. This is the first step of a European-wide rollout.
As part of the deal, for which terms were undisclosed, Dell will become the worldwide reseller and systems integrator for NetSuite’s cloud ERP offering.
Ex-Symantec CEO Enrique Salem is the company’s new special advisor for security and will help it to further develop watertight solutions for the BYOD sector.
Research from Parallels shows that the market is currently worth $62 billion and that the fastest growing sector is Communication and Collaboration with a CAGR of 37 per cent.
The deal will see the two work together on the Cloud OS Accelerate Program that it hopes will deliver an improved private cloud that brings increased efficiency, performance and simplified management.