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Oracle and Samsung said to be teaming up for mobile cloud delivery

Oracle and Samsung said to be teaming up for mobile cloud delivery

Oracle and Samsung Electronics have reportedly forged a new partnership through which they will work together to deliver mobile cloud services. read more »


Quantum bringing public cloud into virtual storage fold

Its cloud services will extend the Quantum data management system to Amazon's cloud read more »

HMRC not ready to replace £10bn Aspire contract, MPs warn

Department still lacks a plan to replace the £10 billion ICT deal despite having had three years to prepare read more »

Microsoft results buoyed by cloud products, but profit drops

Commercial cloud revenue more than doubled, but consumer software sales were disappointing read more »

Online banking booms with older generation, claims BBA report

Digital services becoming increasingly mainstream for bank customers read more »

UK airports complete software rollout to reduce flight delays

Milton Keynes tech catapult installed systems that will save airports £10 million read more »

IBM planning jobs 'bloodbath' as 110,000 employees to go, claims respected journalist

Big Blue to surpass historic 1993 cuts, says IBM critic read more »

Plymouth City Council opens tech-savvy ‘one stop shop’ for public services

Authority invests £1 million in PCs, iPads and software to make services more convenient for citizens read more »

Energy firm Centrica to centralise health, safety and environment software systems

Platform can analyse carbon emissions, monitor audits and inspections in a centralised system read more »

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IBM planning jobs 'bloodbath' as 110,000 employees to go, claims respected journalist

IBM planning jobs 'bloodbath' as 110,000 employees to go, claims respected journalist

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After Oracle spat licensing campaigners plan attack on IBM and SAP

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Think that software library is safe to use? Not so fast!

Flaws in third-party software libraries often find their way into products, a problem that will occupy developers and sysadmins next year read more »

CSC pays $190M to settle 4-year-old accounting fraud case with SEC

CSC will restate its results for 2010 through 2012, and has promised not to violate US antifraud, reporting and accounting laws in future read more »

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