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Total boosts Linux Pangea supercomputer with 4.4 petaflops of compute power

Total boosts Linux Pangea supercomputer with 4.4 petaflops of compute power

The upgrade announced today will add a further 4.4 petaflops of compute due to the latest ICE X system, which uses the most recent version of Intel’s E5-2600 chips read more »

Government publishes top civil servants’ targets for major IT projects

New data will make it easier to scrutinise delivery of Universal Credit, border systems, smart meters and other schemes read more »

MPs to get pre-installed 'Commons-approved' Candy Crush Saga on their iPads

Election incentive as next intake of MPs promised iPad Air 2 devices, complete with Candy Crush Saga read more »

How Columbia Sportswear enhances security with 'software defined data centre’ approach

American retailer will save millions of dollars by swapping physical infrastructure for software managed systems read more »

Data-sharing regulations must be eased to support cyber crime fight, says Palo Alto Networks CTO

CTO Nir Zuk told delegates at the 2015 Ignite conference that data will be key to producing the threat intelligence read more »

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Microsoft consolidates enterprise editions of Visual Studio

Microsoft consolidates enterprise editions of Visual Studio

For the next version of its Visual Studio, Microsoft has consolidated the enterprise versions of the integrated development environment (IDE) software into a single product so it can be more easily managed by large organizations. read more »

SAP co-founder passes away unexpectedly

Tributes on Twitter as Klaus Tschira has died unexpectedly read more »

Mike Lynch to sue HP for £100m over Autonomy ‘smear campaign’

HP and Mike Lynch go back to the courts, suing and counter-suing read more »

Microsoft's Surface 3 starts at £419, with free Windows 10 upgrade

Microsoft's new Surface 3 tablet will come with Windows 8.1 and will ship in 26 countries starting in May read more »

Lancaster University expects to need 13x more storage by 2019

University predicts it will need ‘up to and beyond’ 4PB to meet research board and government requirements read more »

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A winning election campaign can’t ignore the digital economy

A winning election campaign can’t ignore the digital economy

Anthony Sherick, MD of specialist jobsite, Technojobs, voices his concerns for the digital economy and urges election campaigns to address the skills shortage in the UK’s fast-growing technology sector. read more »

Total boosts Linux Pangea supercomputer with 4.4 petaflops of compute power

High performance computing system was launched in Pau, France, in 2013 read more »

Would financial incentives stop the rise of cybercrime?

Legislation doesn't seem to be working to cut cybercrime, is another approach needed? read more »

Government publishes top civil servants’ targets for major IT projects

New data will make it easier to scrutinise delivery of Universal Credit, border systems, smart meters and other schemes read more »

MPs to get pre-installed 'Commons-approved' Candy Crush Saga on their iPads

Election incentive as next intake of MPs promised iPad Air 2 devices, complete with Candy Crush Saga read more »

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