Start-up Kolos given the go-ahead to build massive data centre at Ballangen in the Norwegian Arctic Circle
The framework can work with any ledger or operating system
Slashes prices for attached and pre-emptible SSDs
Struggling company needed cash injection - found a buyer instead
IBM's trained AI model achieved 33.8 per cent accuracy, beating the previous record of 29.8 per cent set by Microsoft in October 2014
The Bloodhound supersonic car will generate huge amounts of data - and Oracle will share it with the world
Caffe2 should improve efficiency and quality, claims Facebook
Tour visited multiple UK locations to tell customers about HPE's composable infrastructure
Avoiding disruption in a disruptive move: West Ham and Ricoh speak about adopting the cloud and going mobile
West Ham revamped its IT infrastructure when it moved to its new stadium, which meant cutting down on physical devices and beefing up security. How has the change been received?
Over 30 per cent of existing roles in the UK will go in the next 15 years, thanks to AI, robotics and automation
Roomba 'smart' vacuum cleaner company iRobot plans to sell maps of users' homes to Apple, Amazon and Google
'Smart' products spying on their owners and selling the data for profit? Who'd have thought it!
Dystopian future arrives for staff at 32M
Sanderson spin-out in fourth sale since 2004 as Partners Group scoops it up just a week after Civica bought SMB focused Carval
AlphaBay users had flocked to Hansa after it was closed down - not realising it had already been taken over by Dutch police
Microsoft closes in on $100bn annual revenues with sales weighing-in at $23.3bn
Does Google stand a Snowball's chance of beating Amazon at its own game?
Diagnosing faults at speed requires a no-fault, no finger-pointing approach, Philip Beevers, site reliability manager at Google, tells V3
Virtualisation programme includes HRMC's massive SAP estate
'When you build a boat, you take a bottle of champagne and smack it across the bow. For cloud we have the moral equivalent, kicking off the first instance," says Google VP of engineering Ben Treynor Sloss
Two thirds of IT leaders expect to increase their use of the cloud over the next three years, but admit to concerns over the use of bimodal or 'two-speed' IT
Original partnership formed in 2009 extended until 2022
CIO Jim DuBois has left after 24 years at the company
WoSign and StartCom to be punished by Google for not maintaining the 'high standards expected of certificate authorities'
Microsoft claims that Microsoft 365, combining Windows 10 and Office, will cut software licensing costs
Microsoft 365 bundles Windows 10, Office and mobility features