IBM Power Systems

IBM powers up for Intel cloud war

25 April 2014

With the launch of the POWER8 chip, IBM has begun manoeuvres on Intel's borders. The first shot was running little-endian Linux but is this just a phoney war?


"We are afraid of Google"

23 April 2014

A letter from Eric Schmidt, Chairman of Google, in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung draws stinging response from Mathias Döpfner, CEO, Axel Springer

US and China battle for hacking honours

14 April 2014

You're never far from a rat in most large cities and it seems you are never far from a hacker either. 



Fujitsu plays Violins for SAP

25 April 2014

To get the most out of high performance on-premise analytics, vendors are increasingly turning to specialised appliances.

FCC Commissioners

Is US planning to change Net Neutrality?

25 April 2014

Net Neutrality is the principle that all traffic is created and treated equally. It is a principle that has recently badly split countries and organisations.

Trend Micro

EU data laws still a mystery

24 April 2014

In recent research conducted by Vanson Bourne for Trend Micro, they discovered 50% of UK businesses still don't understand EU data laws.


How ‘the cloud’ can help businesses meet new flexible working laws

13 April 2014

A growing number of organisations are starting to embrace cloud computing to improve their IT usage, reduce administration time and enable their staff to work flexibly and remotely.

IBM Mainframe turns 50

7 April 2014

50 years ago today, IBM unveiled the IBM System/360. In New York, IBM is holding a party to celebrate the past and future of this technology.

Big company, big win on G-Cloud

2 April 2014

Capgemini have won a massive G-Cloud 3 ERP deal with the FCO worth £6.3m