Eric Schmidt gave a speech in Berlin where he explained that a “Google killer” is an inevitability and that it will come from where they least expect it.
Satya Nadella wrote to all members of staff about a shift in company culture that goes to the very root of his plan to create a mobile-first, cloud-first firm.
Open-source solutions provider Red Hat today announced results from a recent mobile maturity survey that revealed 90% of respondents anticipate increasing investment in mobile application development within the next 12 months.
Employees are increasingly turning to consumer level tools to collaborate with external partners due to the fact that there are simply not enough business-grade alternatives on offer.
E-commerce firm Alibaba’s upcoming public listing has been predicted to be worth $26bn (£15.28bn) by investment researchers Morningstar.
Amazon is about to enter the corporate email market currently dominated by Google and Microsoft.
According to reports, Amazon is planning to open its first brick-and-mortar store in New York City in an attempt to provide the more immediate, face-to-face service of traditional retailers.
Amazon announced on Tuesday the launch of a public REST API platform for its Cloud Drive. This API will allow third-party developers to easily integrate Cloud Drive into their own services, thus simplifying upload, download, and manipulation of content to the cloud, and enabling developers to focus more on the app and less on storage....
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is about to become a lot more environmentally friendly after announcing the construction of an 80 megawatt solar farm.
The world’s largest cloud service provider is offering the certification to recognise those that are most proficient at using the service and it will sit alongside the Associate Level accreditation.
Mid-market businesses aged six and over are twice as likely to have measures in place for making the most of information, compared to their younger counterparts, according to a new report by storage and information management firm, Iron Mountain and PwC.
Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement 2014 began with the good news that the UK is the fastest growing economy in the G7, but it’s time to consider how these announcements will affect technology, business and the public sector.
Cloud computing is growing at such a pace that it is becoming the “new normal” with businesses and enterprises turning to it without giving a second thought to on-premise offerings. Read more: Demystifying cloud computing jargon: A guide to understanding the future of IT infrastructure Amazon Web Services [AWS], one of the world’s largest cloud...
BAE Systems has announced that its purchase of cloud security firm SilverSky has been finalised for £144.4 million.
Looking to put the dismissal of former CTO John Linwood behind them, the BBC today announced the appointment of Matthew Postgate to the role, who leaves his position as controller of R&D.
The BBC is under investigation by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) after a Panorama researcher is said to have leaked confidential material.
In 2014 alone, IDC research estimates that enterprises will suffer £188 billion losses caused by cybercriminal activity from around the globe. Here's how to beat the biggest causes.
Research firm Gartner has called upon organisations to “avoid security chaos” by including all data in security policies.