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Blue Bay Asset Management gets a grasp of its sales pipeline with Salesforce

Blue Bay Asset Management gets a grasp of its sales pipeline with Salesforce

UK-based asset management firm Blue Bay has a clearer, comprehensive view of its sales cycles after deploying Salesforce’s Sales Cloud, its business development lead said. read more »


Government promises to reform digital framework after it fails to reach sales target

Reform required as contract has achieved just 28 percent of its £40 million sales target in first nine months read more »

Germany backs plan to retain personal flight data across EU

Retaining flight data would violate fundamental rights, opponents said read more »

China: Facebook not banned, but must follow the rules

A top Chinese official clarified his stance on the social media network read more »

Argos ‘pulls out all the stops’ to fix website glitch

Customers have been struggling to access the website after planned maintenance read more »

Google AI project apes memory, programs (sort of) like a human

Neural Turing Machines attempt to emulate the brain's short-term memory read more »

Government to offer free wifi across 1,000 public buildings

Libraries, museums and transport hubs to become wifi hotspots read more »

British Medical Journal saves on software licensing with Google Apps

Improves staff productivity as well as cuts software and hardware costs read more »

China's Xiaomi surges to become world's third largest smartphone vendor

Samsung saw its smartphone market share dip, while Apple iPhone shipments continued to grow, according to two research firms read more »

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Second F1 team driven into administration, IT suppliers line up to be paid

Second F1 team driven into administration, IT suppliers line up to be paid

Bailiffs have already seized Caterham's car parts, IT suppliers amongst creditors waiting to be paid read more »

Universal Credit IT write-offs will reach £500m, claims Hodge

Public Accounts Committee chair said existing systems are ‘not fit for purpose’ and ‘simply cannot cope’ read more »

Government seeks suppliers for £300 million education ICT tender

Framework to replace Becta 2010 agreement as main vehicle for ICT managed services for schools read more »

Tesco shines spotlight on agile data warehouse overhaul

Tesco's Andy Ruckley talks about how agile development with help from Teradata helped resolve numerous big data issues read more »

Rolls-Royce moves global HR into the cloud with Workday

The move covers its aerospace and marine and industrial power systems divisions read more »

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Two U.S. movie industry groups, citing piracy concerns, have adopted a zero-tolerance policy on wearables with cameras

Microsoft 'almost' wraps up largest layoff sweep in its history

The company just went through another round of job cuts

AI researchers say Elon Musk's fears 'not completely crazy'

High-tech entrepreneur Elon Musk made headlines when he said artificial intelligence research is a danger to humanity, but researchers from some of the top U.S. universities say he's not so far off the mark.

If Ebola's a problem here, just imagine it in India

It only takes a few cases of Ebola to turn things upside down, and if an outbreak were to hit India, a lot of U.S. companies would be affected.

Office 365 admins get spreadsheet search help

The new capabilities are aimed at companies struggling to manually maintain a comprehensive inventory of critical spreadsheets

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