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Salesforce customers should prepare for price increases after 2017, analyst warns

Salesforce customers should prepare for price increases after 2017, analyst warns

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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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... read more »

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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 »

CSC army pensions staff to strike this week

Ex-Ministry of Defence IT employees say the contractor offered them a pay rise of just 9p an hour read more »

British Airways’ BI lead: ‘If you don’t adopt Hadoop at least in part, you won’t exist in a few years’ time’

British Airways cuts memory costs and sees ROI within one year after deploying Hadoop read more »

Accenture wins ‘NHSmail2’ contract

Secure e-mail service launched in 2002 is now used by 730,000 NHS staff every day read more »

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

Market data firm says it will conduct an investigation into failure of multiple redundant systems read more »

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Accelerating Sales Development with CRM

A best practice guide to integrating sales and CRM read more »

Separating work and personal

How BlackBerry Balance Works at the Platform Level read more »

Best Practices in BYOD

How Smart Enterprises Are Making IT Work read more »

Smart city as a service

Using Analytics to equip communities for data driven decisions read more »

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DHL: How a logistics firm evolved to provide 'software as a service'

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 »

Travis Perkins cuts service desk response times for 24,000 employees with ServiceNow ITSM

30K helpdesk calls a month takes some managing read more »

Big data in the real world: how to move from buzzword to strategy?

Has your business worked out its five-year big data roadmap? read more »

Vicky Pryce: ‘Women in senior positions find it hard to argue for public quotas’

Could rebranding be a better way to approach the skills crisis? read more »

Cyber extortion - how business is coping with a growth industry

The phenomenon of cyber-extortion is throwing up difficult dilemmas for businesses caught in the trap read more »

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Stuck in a meeting? Daydream about the conference room of the future

Stuck in a meeting? Daydream about the conference room of the future

Minority report office screens and automated plugs and lighting to save energy are all coming to the office space read more »


50 years on: Moore’s Law milestones

50 years on: Moore’s Law milestones

We chart the exponential increase in processing power since 1965 and ask if the law can survive read more »


The evolution of computer displays: from blinking lights to LCD, 3D and beyond

The evolution of computer displays: from blinking lights to LCD, 3D and beyond

From blinking lights and punch cards to LCDs and 3D flat panels read more »


Universal Credit: top 12 milestones over the last year

Universal Credit: top 12 milestones over the last year

As the benefit reform scheme starts to expand nationally, we review progress so far read more »


Windows 10 PCs: 7 new hardware technologies to look for

Windows 10 PCs: 7 new hardware technologies to look for

The release of Windows 10 might be your best excuse for buying a new PC or laptop read more »


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TTIP Update LI

As resistance grows, TTIP is increasingly in trouble.read more »

Penetration testing in the UK is broken - here's how to fix it

Enterprises are being failed by check-box penetration testing that often tells them nothing usefulread more »

Unitary Patent: Why is EU Pushing Itself into Irrelevance?

Has this EU puff-piece been disappeared?read more »

Google's Mobile-Friendly Search Will Bury Your Mobile-Unfriendly Sites

Customer are mobile first. Is your website? Are all your webpages?read more »

The Simplicity of Being Unlimited

3G/4G roaming can be painfully slow. Wi-Fi is the answerread more »

Solving the Free Software Liability Conundrum

Could this approach encourage all software companies to write better code?read more »

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