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As tablet growth slows, Apple may face a year-long iPad sales contraction

The iPad will be hit hard this year as global tablet shipments and sales growth slow dramatically, especially in North American and Europe. read more »

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Ocado: Online food is not our bread and butter

Online groceries retailer Ocado wants it to be known that it is a technology company at heart, not a retailer, and ComputerworldUK has met the company’s CTO Paul Clarke to find out the many... read more »

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Update: Virgin Media email goes down for customers

Some Virgin Media customers are currently experiencing problems sending and receiving emails. read more »

Ballmer's exit from Microsoft's board boosts Nadella analysts say

The former CEO cited a busy schedule, particularly involving his LA Clippers basketball team, for the board resignation read more »

Tech pros in healthcare, retail and finance admit they are failing on data compliance

Not enough manpower and too much data growth read more »

Home Office pays Raytheon £224 million to settle e-Borders dispute

Arbitration tribunal found the process of terminating the contract in 2010 had been “flawed” read more »

UK start-ups among BBVA fintech competition finalists

Six firms chosen for new banking category read more »

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Secure data sharing in the enterprise

Follow-me data and productivity for users with security and manageability for IT read more »

Big Data - Unlocking The Secrets Of Your Company

CEOs say Big Data helps drive bottom line read more »

ViPR software defined storage

Making the move to the 3rd platform read more »

Complete hyper scale storage

Redefine cloud economics read more »

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Connected cars: a big data headache or opportunity for insurers?

Although insurers have yet to use telematics data to open new revenue streams, it will become a valuable asset once telematics is taken up by more than five percent of insurers, an information lead at Zenith Insurance tells ComputerworldUK. read more »

The mobile apps revolution is here to stay

Simplicity is key at the front and the back-end, writes Oracle's mobile strategy VP read more »

How risky will it be to run old IE after Microsoft's 2016 patch stoppage?

Older versions of the browser already contain fewer bugs than newer editions like IE11, analysis shows read more »

IT investment trends in a resurgent economy

Stephen Georgiadis, managing director and UK head of technology at investment bank Altium, discusses investment trends in the technology sector read more »

Moving toward smart and secure continuous software delivery

Agile development can highten tensions between security and development teams read more »

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11 post-holiday checklist tips for CIOs

11 post-holiday checklist tips for CIOs

As the holiday period ends, it's a good time for your IT organisation to undertake some of those long put-off tasks. Here are tips from four CIOs and CTOs for cleaning up your IT environment. read more »


Interview with Ocado CTO Paul Clarke in quotes

Interview with Ocado CTO Paul Clarke in quotes

ComputerworldUK met Ocado’s chief technology officer (CTO) Paul Clarke to find out why the world’s largest dedicated online groceries retailer believes it should be considered as much a technology company as Google or Facebook. read more »


10 things you need to know about Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

10 things you need to know about Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is more proof that operating systems aren’t dead, they’re becoming vessels for containerised applications. read more »


Hot desking in paradise: 11 exotic co-working locations

Hot desking in paradise: 11 exotic co-working locations

Co-working spaces are popping up all over the world, giving remote workers a chance to get their work done in some unusual places read more »


7 far-out technologies that are closer than you think

7 far-out technologies that are closer than you think

Some of these technology innovations sound like science fiction, but they may land in your data centre sooner than you'd imagine read more »


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Watch out. Networking professionals can be fired for buying the market leader

The recent business articles about customers screaming for change, such as Bloomberg’s recently published article about Goldman Sachs’ CIO threatening Cisco, conjures up images of Dee Snider busting through the wall and screaming, “OH, WE'RE NOT GONNA TAKE IT ANYMORE!...read more »

The good the bad and the ugly of enterprise BI

Unified information architecture, data governance, and standard enterprise BI platforms are all but a journey via a long and winding road. Even if one deploys the "latest and greatest" BI tools and best practices, the organization may not be getting...read more »

TTIP Update XXXV

According to the publication "Inside US Trade", which tends to be pretty good when it comes to sourcing its information, the next round of TTIP talks won't take place until the end of September - obviously the negotiators felt they...read more »

Intel's role in the future of software-defined infrastructure

One of the mostly commonly talked about terms in the ICT industry today is "the software defined infrastructure". Some call it "software-defined data centre" and others prefer to use their own compute, networking and storage centric buzzwords like "software-defined storage",...read more »

Should storage be considered as a workload in hyperconverged platforms?

A vendor recently asked us what constituted the categorisation of anything as a workload. My immediate answer was to say “any process or set of processes that runs in the user space and provide a service to an external entity”....read more »

Wearables shouldn't be an exercise in screen miniaturisation

Too many wearables today have screens that look like miniaturised smartphones. Just as smartphones shouldn’t be PC screens shrunk down to a 4-5” screen, smartwatches shouldn’t look like smartphones shrunk to 1”. Nor is it a matter of responsive...read more »

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