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Matthew Finnegan

Matthew Finnegan

Biography

Matthew Finnegan joined ComputerworldUK in January 2013, having spent two years writing for tech news titles including TechEye and ChannelBiz.

Before employment as a technology journalist, Matthew worked for the special advisers to the secretary of state at the Department for Education. Prior to this he studied English Literature at the University of Westminster.

Matthew's main areas of focus at ComputerworldUK include financial services and retail sector IT projects. He is also interested in data centres, cloud computing and virtualisation.

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Equinix wins battle to acquire Telecity in £2.35bn deal

Acquisition of UK operator offers Equinix a foothold in the European market as cloud computing demand booms. read more »

Forrester: Ditch monolithic app architectures or face disruption by digital competitors

Distributed microservice architectures are essential if organisations are to meet customer demand for modern digital services, Forrester Research argues. read more »

10 of the most powerful women in tech

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CIOs must lead business innovation or lose out in age of the customer, says Forrester

Forrester Research VP, Laura Koetzle, will be chairing the forthcoming ‘Forrester Forum for Technology Leaders’ in Lisbon on 2-3 June. read more »

O2 nationwide outage blamed on network hardware failure

Network outage, which lasted seven hours on Monday, was not due to a systems upgrade over the Bank Holiday read more »

Charter set to acquire Time Warner Cable for $55bn

Charter Communications is said to be near a US$55 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable, a deal that would create a broadband powerhouse in the U.S. read more »

Yahoo to manage hundreds of thousands of servers using OpenStack

Hundreds of thousands of virtual and physical servers will be managed by OpenStack by the end of the year read more »

What next for OpenStack? Users call for focus on core services, as well as innovation

Wells Fargo, Adobe, Yahoo and Intel highlight areas of improvement for the open source cloud platform read more »

Walmart eyes Open Compute as OpenStack investment scales

Amandeep Singh Juneja, Walmart senior director for cloud operations and engineering, explained the retail giant's strategy to delegates at the OpenStack Summit 2015 in Vancouver read more »

Security benefits helping drive DevOps adoption, says Chef CEO

Faster software updates will help tackle security incidents such Heartbleed read more »

Carly Fiorina: The road from HP pariah to presidential candidate

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Beware the angry IT worker: Firms must control data access or risk a repeat of Sony hack

‘Insider threat’ attacks are becoming increasingly common and such an approach is likely to be the cause of the widely-publicised Sony data breach last year, according to Bill Buchanan, Professor in the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University. read more »

Hyperion Insurance Group supports global expansion and merger with Workday cloud HR

Insurance provider will see global headcount grow to 3,000 across 37 countries read more »

OpenStack more costly than VMware and Microsoft for private clouds

Fully supported OpenStack distributions are the best approach to building lock-in free private clouds read more »

Competition from tech firms and startups is opportunity rather than threat, says Lloyds strategy director

Bank is learning from the likes of PayPal to improve internal IT practices read more »

Going private: 7 tech giants away from the glare of shareholders

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Rackspace cuts ribbon on UK data centre with 50,000 servers

The 150,000 square foot facility is built using designs supplied by Facebook's Open Compute Project read more »

Wealth management firm St James's Place migrates to AWS cloud to meet scalability demands

Despite operating in a highly regulated industry, SJP has decided to begin moving its infrastructure to Amazon Web Services to support its expansion plans and provide greater flexibility for the business. read more »

Natwest and RBS customers hit by mobile banking outage

The mobile outage has continued this morning, with customers continuing to report problems via Twitter. read more »

Updated: Bloomberg blames faulty hardware for data terminal outage, as multiple redundant systems fail

Many of Bloomberg’s users took to Twitter to vent their frustrations at the technical problems afftecting their terminals, claiming a lack of access to market information is preventing them from carrying out trading activity. read more »


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