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Zoom capitalises on high demand with 169% revenue surge

News
3 Jun, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

Firm also confirms end-to-end encryption won’t be rolled out to all due to security and privacy “balancing act”

Google Cloud HQ

Google Cloud signs deal with UK gov to boost public sector innovation

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3 Jun, 2020
Bobby Hellard

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been agreed between the cloud giant and the Crown Commercial Service

BBC testing ‘Beeb’ AI voice assistant with Windows Insiders

News
3 Jun, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

UK users of Microsoft’s testing programme will help shape the future of the BBC's digital assistant

Dell Technologies launches new HPC systems to boost AI workloads

News
2 Jun, 2020
Sabina Weston

Dell EMC Ready Solutions for vHPC are capable of delivering up to 18 times faster AI model development, says Forrester

VMware Cloud Director exploit lets hackers seize corporate servers

News
2 Jun, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

A simple form submission could have been manipulated to gain control of virtual machines with the cloud service

Zoom will offer stronger encryption for paid accounts

News
1 Jun, 2020
Sabina Weston

The plans have been confirmed by the company's security consultant Alex Stamos

Microsoft to replace journalists with AI

News
1 Jun, 2020
Bobby Hellard

The tech giant is shifting away from humans in favour of automated news, according to reports

Google to block notification spam with new Chrome feature

News
29 May, 2020
Sabina Weston

The 'quieter notifications UI' will be rolled out as a default setting in July

Microsoft warns users not to install Windows 10's May update

News
28 May, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

The developer is investigating ten known issues ranging from faulty Bluetooth connectivity to broken mouse input

Google staff will receive a remote working allowance

News
27 May, 2020
Sabina Weston

Employees in the UK will receive £800 to cover the costs of "necessary equipment and office furniture"

Games battles are a taste of things to come

Opinion
26 May, 2020
Barry Collins

When we’re streaming our desktops, how will we pay for software?

The Microsoft Azure logo displayed on a smartphone

Microsoft launches ten new Azure cloud services in the UK

News
22 May, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

Security tools, Linux provisions and an IoT platform comprises a slew of new toys for British customers

Data centre chip demand fuels Nvidia's 'record Q2 revenue'

News
22 May, 2020
Sabina Weston

The company continues its winning streak following the $6.9bn acquisition of Mellanox

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Facebook announces new Workplace features as paid users hit five million

News
22 May, 2020
Sabina Weston

The platform seeks to exploit ongoing security concerns plaguing Zoom

IBM and HPE reveal cuts to jobs and executive pay

News
22 May, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

Falling revenues forces HPE into $1bn cost-saving plan while IBM undergoes first shake-up under new CEO

Parliament's decision to axe the 'hybrid' House of Commons is a desperate mistake

Opinion
21 May, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

In this new age of mass remote working, only our MPs would turn their backs on progress

Google Cloud HQ

Google Cloud secures deal with the US Department of Defense

News
21 May, 2020
Sabina Weston

The “seven figure" deal is significantly less than the $10bn JEDI contract

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Dell teams up with Google Cloud to simplify massive data migrations

News
20 May, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

The partnership forms Dell Technologies OneFS for Google Cloud to help customers simplify private and public cloud storage

Rancher Labs unveils new Kubernetes certification programme

News
20 May, 2020
Daniel Todd

Open source firm looks to address the growing Kubernetes skills gap

A woman remote working from a cafe using the cloud

Most UK workers don’t want to return to the office

News
19 May, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

Employees see productivity gains due to remote working, although many are still not supported by adequate IT