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V3 Hot Seat: Ticketmaster senior vice president of technology, Gerry McDonnell

We chat with the man keeping ticket seller Ticketmaster up and running

Louise Taylor-senior associate at law firm Taylor Wessing

Wearable technology in business: big data benefits bring legal and privacy risks

Firms need to prepare for the impact of the Bring Your Own Wearable Device trend, advises lawyer Louise Taylor

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Rackspace explains why UK beat the Nordics for latest data centre site

Firm hopes to cut energy costs with Open Compute servers and 'indirect outside air' cooling tech

Facebook's $19bn deal for WhatsApp an expensive dose of common sense

Facebook had little choice but to buy a platform beating it at its own game

G-Cloud: Two years of dragging the public sector into the present

Procurement platform turns two years old, with plenty of work still to be done

V3 Hot Seat: Warwick Business School professor of practice Mark Skilton

We get the inside scoop on the man educating the next generation of business-savvy IT professionals

Tesco and Kickstarter data thefts pose double trouble for web users

Data stolen from crowdfunding site will be used to mount follow-up attacks, warns security community

Windows XP: It’s dead, get over it

XP diehards cannot expect Microsoft to support the platform indefinitely, argues V3 technical editor Dan Robinson

ARM and AMD looking to cloud and big data to drive ARM-based server demand

AMD predicts 20 percent of server shipments in five years will be ARM-based units

V3 Hot Seat: Barnardo's assistant director of information services Tom Rees

Barnardo's information services deputy reveals his love of the iPhone and thoughts on 3D printing

Arresting hackers more effective than botnet takedowns for tackling cybercrime

Black Hole creator's guilty plea proves effectiveness of hunting hackers

Microsoft hands its server crown jewels to Open Compute Project

Microsoft provides unprecedented detail of the hardware used to power its cloud services

Satya Nadella has cloud credentials but lacks clout as Microsoft’s mobile man

New Microsoft chief will be good for enterprise business, but consumer and device side could languish, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Microsoft's Bill Gates doesn't trust new CEO Satya Nadella to save Lumia and Surface

New technology advisor role for Gates suggests a division of labour, according to V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson

Microsoft leadership shake-up marks major strategy shift

Bill Gates gets more hands on, as analysts predict a change in attitude from Redmond giant

How Facebook changed the world of work in a decade

V3 investigates how the advent of Facebook altered the social software landscape

V3 Hot Seat: Wildlife charity Conservation International vice president of IT Scott Mills

Charity tech chief on the importance of 3G and his dream of transporter beams to avoid long-haul flights

Internet of Things data deluge will swamp old software systems

A new wave of better analytics tools is needed to bring the real benefits of big data, according to Actian

January’s $10bn buying spree shows confidence returning to the tech sector

Recession’s impact receding as firms hope for new sales, argues V3’s Dan Worth

V3 Storage Summit: Cost, scaling and IT skills are key storage challenges for SMBs

Small firms turning to NAS appliances and cloud services to meet storage requirements

V3 Storage Summit: How flash and virtualisation are changing enterprise storage

Management and orchestration tools vital to dealing with the changing face of storage in the data centre

V3 Storage Summit: Falling storage costs bring big data analytics closer to SMBs

As higher-performance components decrease in cost, the playing field for big and fast data products is being levelled

V3 Storage Summit: How DataSift grapples with two billion social media interactions per day

V3 talks to the CTO of DataSift about the hardware challenges faced by startups taking on the world of social media

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