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Salesforce needs to make profits to satisfy shareholders over the next few years, and CIOs are likely to feel the squeeze read more »
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The mobile outage has continued this morning, with customers continuing to report problems via Twitter. read more »
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British Airways’ BI lead: ‘If you don’t adopt Hadoop at least in part, you won’t exist in a few years’ time’
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Updated: Bloomberg blames ‘faulty hardware’ for data terminal outage, as multiple redundant systems fail
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The logistics firm used real-time data during the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris last year, and is providing the same tool to its customers on a subscription model. read more »
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Minority report office screens and automated plugs and lighting to save energy are all coming to the office space read more »
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From blinking lights and punch cards to LCDs and 3D flat panels read more »
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As resistance grows, TTIP is increasingly in trouble.read more »
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