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Nissan UK opts for physical system over cloud for improved customer service infrastructure. read more »
AstraZeneca is using cloud technology to collaborate with external organisations, harmonise business processes across sites and generate innovation for new drug creation - but it had to balance the risks to do so, it’s senior enterprise architect said at Cloud World Forum. read more »
Microsoft has removed the preview label from its Office apps for Android, publishing the final versions of Excel, PowerPoint and Word to Google Play. read more »
BMW is aware that customers shun engines and horsepower for a seamless digital experience; and is building in-house capabilities in an agile manner to provide this. read more »
Oracle finally arrived in full form at the cloud party on Monday afternoon, and it's clearly hoping to make up for lost time. read more »more news ..
Support for Windows Server 2003 ends in July 2015, ComputerworldUK Editor Mike Simons discusses the migration options with Dell and Microsoft. Find out more
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Big data projects have a lot of promise, but the majority fail. A recent study found that just 11 percent of corporate leaders in the UK haven’t generated any cash using data, despite recognising the value it could bring. read more »
Alongside the news that the Microsoft teams that make devices like Surface and Surface Hub will now be in the same division that makes the operating system on which they run, Microsoft's latest reorg moves Dynamics to the Cloud & Enterprise group (Microsoft Dynamics is the company's line of ERP and CRM applications). read more »
SAP still faces customer about confusion over Hana, its in memory database, and one of the company's key products. read more »
Great communication between employees is crucial, especially as CEOs demand that firms grow while becoming leaner and agile. Tools like Jive, Yammer and Skype are changing the way employees work and increasing their value to the organisation. ComputerworldUK speaks to two very different firms, Grant Thorton and Graham’s dairy, about their cloud-based collaboration tools. read more »
ComputerworldUK talks to GLH Hotels' enterprise architect about APIs, apps and ridding the firm of servers. read more »more features ..
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