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There's something in the water: Connecting Wiltshire to the IoT

Forget Stonehenge, Wiltshire is making a name for itself as home to the smartest network in the UK read more »

Figuring out the future: How the financial services industry can keep pace with consumer demand

Automation can empower banks to innovate in an increasingly regulated and competitive environment read more »

Agile development: overcoming the legal barriers

More flexible development requires greater flexibility in contracts read more »

CES and UK car sales boom prove auto tech is here to stay

A ten-year high for UK car sales reported while carmakers unveil tech-savvy models onstage at CES read more »

Cirque du Soleil: Setting up a supplier network for a travelling show

Cirque du Soleil is moving closer to the cloud, tweaking its SAP applications and extending its Ariba supplier network this year read more »

ComputerworldUK 2014 round-up: How banks got to grips with the digital agenda

Outages, fines, innovation and challenge from new players - banks were kept busy in 2014 read more »

ComputerworldUK 2014 round-up: The good, the bad and the ugly of the world of retail

2014 - the year of the data breaches, online shopping and beacon technology read more »

Apple-IBM partnership off to 'impressive' start

Apple and IBM partnership gets analyst thumbs up for first apps read more »

British Gas: Creating an IoT platform in a 200-year-old utility company

British Gas Connected Homes will not use 'self-serve' analytics in big data strategy read more »

How to manage a remote workforce

Practical tips to help IT support increasingly remote employees read more »

Cisco slaps Arista Networks with patent infringement suit

Cisco today filed two lawsuits against data center switch competitor Arista Networks for allegedly violating its intellectual property. read more »

How management failings led to RBS IT catastrophe

Was lack of IT investment to blame for the banks 2012 IT fiasco? read more »

British Gas and Tesla reveal how they retain their best IT talent

A utility company and an electric carmaker may seem worlds apart, but both need to engage their staff to breed innovation read more »

IT in the hotel and leisure industry: 'Everybody is missing a huge trick'

Celtic Manor's new Wi-Fi infrastructure will give it the edge over competitors and helps the hotel stay data-focused read more »

Apps: Do you outsource one of your business’ most valuable assets?

External developers may offer innovation but is it OK to lose control of an app that will increasingly bring in revenue? read more »

BMW chooses OpenStack for private cloud over commercial vendors due to lock-in risk

Data centre chief Dr Stefan Lenz has doubts over long term support from alternative such as CloudStack read more »

Opinion: Banks face up to digital shift - but change is just beginning

Lenders are in for a fight as wave of new competitors threatens to disrupt financial services landscape read more »

Carmakers: Don’t wait for the day Google knows more about your customers, says Salesforce’s automotive lead

Automotive manufacturers must understand seamless IT systems are just as important as car mechanics for attracting and retaining customers, former Nissan chief says. read more »

Practical tips for negotiating with Google, Amazon, Apple and Workday

Gartner analyst Gayla Sullivan provides advice for dealing with 'new guard' of suppliers read more »

The STEM skills funding gap: Should corporations pick up the pieces?

Many corporations are plugging funding gaps for tech subjects that the government can't cover - but is it their responsibility? read more »


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