IT firms saw a slight fall in the rate of insolvencies during September, bucking current trends, according to financial services firm Experian. Experian counted 53 IT companies through the pearly gates last month, representing 0.05% of the British IT sector, and down 20.9% on September 2010.
Facing significant, rapid business expansion, corporate and leisure accommodation provider Mantra Group, revitialised its IT systems and delivered flexibility to the business.
Tourism Australia needed a robust firewall solution to support its growing needs for expansion and rapid deployment
With ACO initiatives, more complex EHR systems and stronger patient privacy regulations all looming, it's time to give the knowledge officer a seat at the C-suite table.
Steve Jobs was prepared to spend every penny of Apple's $40bn cash pile to destroy Android, which he described as a "stolen product". According to early previews of the authorised biography of the Apple CEO, written by Walter Isaacson and published today, Jobs said he was going to "de
Quest Software has acquired Changebase, the privately held software provider of Aok, a software compatibility tool.
EMC's president says the company will continue to rapidly acquire companies, but it’s looking more for Big Data technology than data storage.
Microsoft has thrown down the gauntlet to VMware over licensing costs and software charges, using last week's VMworld event in Copenhagen to publish data that purports to show its Hyper-V product is significantly cheaper than an equivalent VMware installation. Microsoft threw the spotlight back onVM
Thirty percent of UK internet traffic is now at speeds above 5Mbps, an increase of 70% compared to last year, according to the latest Akamai State of the Internet report.
After much speculation, Dell will finally stop selling EMC storage; Microsoft offers partners discounts with new Windows Intune; more news in brief.
Academics, CIOs, lawyers, a professor of outsourcing, a consultant and an investigative journalist answer the question on the minds of many a business and IT professional: Why do big IT projects fail?
Hacking by foreign governments and businesses costs the UK economy billions of pounds, according to the head of the British military's cyber security programme, as foreign competitors routinely steal valuable intellectual property from UK businesses.
Apple's share of the tablet market has shrunk 29% to 67%, as Google's mobile operating system Android took a chunk out of the company's global sales during the last quarter this year with a rise of 27% from 2.3% for the same period a year earlier.
Apple lifted the shutters on a private memorial service for co-founder Steve Jobs at its headquarters in Cupertino last week. At the weekend, Apple posted a link on its website to a video of the service that was closed to the public and the media.
Microsoft has previewed the next version of Windows Server, which the company says is optimised for the cloud. The preview is not feature-complete, but the key features are in place and most changes are likely to be in user interface detail and of course fixing bugs.
60% of respondents said that improving the customer experience and reducing costs are their two most important goals.
John Lewis plans to roll out free Wi-Fi from BT Openzone to all its UK stores by the end of the year to allow customers to access a wireless internet connection in-store via a wireless-enabled PC, tablet or smartphone.
Microsoft ends support for Windows XP in 2014. Businesses need to plan to migrate to Windows 7 in 2012, to leave time to test and roll-out desktops. Cliff Saran discusses the steps the IT department can take to simplify the Windows 7 upgrade from Windows XP.
Paddy Power CIO Kevin O'Connor has left the gambling firm to join NYSE Technologies, the commercial technology division of NYSE Euronext.
A new worm is compromising servers running older versions of the JBoss Application Server and then adding them to a botnet, warns security firm Kaspersky Lab.
There is no lack of ambition in the government's ICT Strategy Implementation Plan, but how achievable is a turnaround of the public sector's reputation for systemic IT failings?
Cloud-based security firm Mycroft has uveiled a security service connecting tablets and smartphones running Apple's iOS to networks rated as "restricted". MobileIA builds on the remote access and cloud hosting environments used by the UK government.
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IBM has released Cognos Mobile on the iPad. Available in Apple's iTunes Store, Cognos Mobile provides iPad users with a business intelligence tool supporting reporting, dashboard and scorecards.
Wikileaks has stopped publishing whistle-blowing information to concentrate on raising funds in the face of bankruptcy. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says a blockade by US finance companies has cut off 95% of the organisation's revenue from donors.
Oracle has announced plans to acquire software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider RightNow Technologies for $1.5bn.
Quest said the Changebase acquisition would expand its product portfolio to develop a user-centric management focus for Windows application, desktop, mobile and cloud environments.
Thirty percent of UK internet traffic is now at speeds above 5Mbps, an increase of 70% compared to last year.
Kingston University has deployed virtualisation services across its four campuses and satellite offices.
In this Q&A, Vyatta CEO Kelly Herrell predicts that the next use for x86 servers will be running the network as well as compute in virtualized data centers.
Nasuni Filer brings cloud NAS to multiple sites in an organization, extending storage capacity and allowing for disaster recovery.
While SAP SRM is a solid portfolio of procurement tools for manufacturers, it’s not as strong as some competitors in areas like services and the workflow flexibility, according to one analyst.
Infrastructure management and security automationvendor Osirium has launched a desktop app designed to bolster its VARs' sales and marketing efforts. The app, which will include access to resources such as video tutorials, presentations and case studies, has been designed to shorten channel sales cy
Citrix's Elite partner programme is bringing increased market share to the 300 EMEA resellers in the scheme with bigger deals and higher win rates than the vendor's other partners. Carsten Thomsen, EMEA vice president for channels, sales programmes and strategy, said the vendor had embarked on the E
When it comes to gaining power, the most successful CIOs are ones who form coalitions, aren’t afraid to say no and give more than they take.
Oracle has bulked up its cloud-based CRM offering after swallowing up cloud customer service specialist RightNow Technologies for $43.00 per share, or $1.5bn net of cash and debt. RightNow specialises in linking up customer service activities through call centres, the web and social networks. The ac
Wi-Fi can boost worker mobility and be the backbone for sensors and other devices that give real-time visibility into production and distribution.
Citrix XenDesktop costs too much for the average SMB, but the company's newly branded and refreshed Kaviza's VDI-in-a-Box offers these shops a good option.
Not just for payment card data, a PCI DSS implementation can be applied to all data, underpinning an organization’s overall data security efforts.
Microsoft has claimed most Android smartphone manufacturers now pay the software giant patent fees.
UTM vendor Fortinet has hailed a major enterprise contract win after banking record Q3 sales of $116.4m (£72.7m), up 37% on the same period last year. Net profits of $17.9m, up 28% year-on-year, beat analyst expectations by an impressive $0.04 per share, demonstrating that network security tec
Oracle's planned acquisition of RightNow for $1.5 billion has attendees of the RightNow customer summit wondering what the future will hold.
The cost of additional infrastructure, licensing issues and complexity of virtualisation technologies are top of the list when it comes to customer concerns about desktop virtualisation. According to the latest Citrix European Channel Index, partners are reflecting and seeking to address those areas
RM CEO Terry Sweeney has handed in his resignation in the wake of an operational review completed at the end of September. In an early morning statement to the City, RM said Sweeney had decided the time was right "to pursue his career outside RM" and said the split came "by mutual agr
Researchers in Germany have demonstrated weaknesses in the W3C XML encryption standard used to secure websites and other Web applications.
For its CaaS cloud, Verizon makes customers sign a one-year deal and pay a premium price. Still, one company elected for the services over AWS, Azure.
Cloud Distribution has added application penetration testing specialist iViZ Security to its stable as it seeks to build out a portfolio of disruptive, cost-effective cloud technologies.
Audio-visual and web collaboration VAD Touchline has pledged to shake-up the video-conferencing market after signing an agreement to distribute telepresence, HD video-conferencing, surveillance, digital home and IPTV kit from Chinese network vendor ZTE in the UK. The two companies have been working
There has been much speculation around the identity and motive of the hacker who was able to breach DigiNotar and issue fraudulent digital certificates for hundreds of websites, but putting such speculation aside, what is the broader significance of the incident?
To some extent, the state of cloud security depends on perspective. Doomsayers see it as a dangerous “Wild West,” while cloud boosters believe those concerns are greatly exaggerated.
Survey results show when buying a firewall, features of the next-generation firewall are users’ top concerns, triggering partners to polish both their selling and technical skills.
Rhetoric around the poor state of IT is common. The "IT is broken" line makes for provocative media stories and a good lead for supplier pitches around magic-bullet solutions. But is everything really that bad in the domain of IT?
A report into cloud services by hosting and services provider Parallels has today suggested that the UK SMB cloud services market opportunity could now be worth up to £660m, with up to 62% of businesses planning to switch to hosted servers. The SMB Cloud Insights survey concluded that the chan
IT services firm Unisys significantly increased sales of its mainframe computers in the third quarter of this year.
A cyber attack in August on Japan's biggest defence contractor, Mitsubishi Heavy, may have jeopardised data on military aircraft and other equipment.
UK microchip designer ARM saw customer demand drive profits up 44% to £55.8m in its third quarter results.
A security flaw in the Skype video chat service may be putting millions of users at risk, according to a report by a group of international researchers.
French IT services firm Atos has increased its UK sales while its Germany, France and Benelux regions reported falling revenue.
Financial services regulators are being urged to assess the market impact of technology developments supporting high-frequency trading, as the London Stock Exchange celebrates 25 years of electronic share transactions.
Spammers have set up their own public URL shortening services for concealing spam sites and making them harder to block.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has signed a £6.7m deal that highlights the benefits of suppliers being accredited for the government Public Services Network (PSN).
A new skills development initiative hasbeen launched to encourage more young people to start a career in information security.
Nationwide Building Society has redeveloped its internet banking platform to improve usability and provide a flexible architecture for the future.
The Commonwealth Secretariat has launched a social media portal to enable the two billion citizens of its 54 member states to collaborate on common issues.
Successfully managing "big data" as part of a data warehousing strategy requires careful planning and a clear understanding of the various technology choices, according to industry analysts.
The Oracle NoSQL database is mainly an attempt to satisfy existing Oracle Database customers interested in big data on the side, experts say.
The growing volumes of "big data" that organizations are looking to store pose a variety of potential problems and issues for data warehousing teams.
Many organizations are eyeing Hadoop, MapReduce and NoSQL databases for managing "big data." But there are issues to consider before using those technologies in place of a traditional data warehouse.
Virgin Business Media saw its sales increase by 1.2% to £154m compared to the same period last year, as the company saw an increase in public sector business.
Attendees at SAS’ Analytics 2011 Conference Series said data quality is still creating some major headaches for analysts.
The artificial intelligence (AI) community is mourning the death of John McCarthy, the US scientist who invented the LISP computer language at the heart of this field of study.
Apple's Mac OS X operating system is being targeted by backdoor Trojan malware dubbed OSX/Tsunami-A.
As retiring baby boomers are replaced by millennials in the workplace, CIOs are scrambling to understand this generation's strengths and motivators. They're not what you'd think.
The UK's SAP and Business Objects user groups are to merge, four years after SAP acquired the business intelligence software firm.
Amazon's profits plunged 73% to $63m in its third quarter results, as the company invests heavily to take on the iPad with its cut-price range of e-readers and Kindle Fire tablet computer.
Virginia Rometty will step up as president and chief executive officer of IBM on January 1, 2012.
Research in Motion (RIM) has developed the Blackberry Business Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365.
Eight months into his IT director role at John Lewis, Paul Coby is quietly leading a three-year, technology-enabled revolution intended to make the firm the leading multichannel retailer in the UK.
Investment in the Kindle Fire and further expansion has dented Amazon's third quarter profits which declined 73% to $63m on an increase in the company's costs of almost 50%. The big surge in sales, fulfilment (Amazon is adding 17 new distribution centres this year), marketing, technology and con
Business software maker SAP has notched up its seventh consecutive quarter of double-digit growth in software and software-related services.
IBM intends to offer NoSQL database capabilities inside of DB2 beginning early next year, according to a keynote speaker at IBM Information On Demand 2011.
Application migration tools are now in the spotlight, with Quest and Citrix acquiring two of the main companies specialising in this much underrated area of IT. Cliff Saran reports.
IBM has tapped Virginia Rometty to succeed outgoing CEO Sam Palmisano from 1 January 2012. Rometty, who joined IBM as a systems engineer in 1981, becomes the veteran firm's first ever female CEO and alongside HP's Meg Whitman, will become one of the most influential women in the industry, if not the
SAP has added to the growing evidence that software spending is bouncing back to pre-recessionary levels as customers invest in applications and tools that underpin growth. The German vendor unveiled a decent set of third quarter numbers, with increases in both software and software-related service
To broaden VDI adoption, Citrix must reduce the cost of VDI. With its App-DNA acquisition and other advances, it's closer to achieving this goal.
The challenge facing LG to compete with Apple and Samsung in the smartphone market has been laid bare in its third quarter results which showed a continuing decline in shipments and revenue from its handset operation. Sales of handsets fell 9.5% compared to the third quarter of 2010 and were 16%
Riverbed’s rebranding of the Zeus application delivery controller and Aptimize Web content optimization targets cloud networking.
App management and migration specialist AppDNAhas signed an agreement to be acquired by Citrix for an undisclosed sum, reports our sister site ComputerWeekly.com. UK-based AppDNA specialises in migrating end-users from physical to virtual desktops and also checks app compatibility for OS and browser
While QR codes have potential as a strategic business and marketing tool, their true business value has yet to emerge.
Startup Dome9 provides cloud-based firewall management service for public and private cloud servers.
SAS has partnered with Teradata and EMC Greenplum to release a high-performance analytics computing platform to handle 'big data.'
One in five IT staff are likely to leave their current employer next year in search of more interesting projects and career opportunities, while 80% feel they need a job change to progress their career, according to exclusive research.
Ben Wishart, formerly chief information officer at the hospitality firm Whitbread, has joined Morrisons as the director of the retailer's Evolve transformation programme.
Cloud solutions vendors are claiming that CIOs don’t want to buy cloud. Really? Here are four CIOs whose cloud projects are proving otherwise.
Amazon's profits plunged 73% to $63m in Q3, as it invested to take on the iPad with its e-readers and Kindle Fire tablet computer. Sales grew 44% to $10.88bn, boosted by pre-orders for the Amazon Kindle Fire.
Citrix has stressed the importance of maintaining a value added distribution channel in the face of increasing pressure from larger distributor rivals. EMEA vice president of channel strategy Carsten Thomsensaid it wasone of Citrix's priorities to ensure value added distribution was maintained. &q
Office-based staff have reduced the number of pages they printed for the first time ever in 2011 - but the proportion of pages wasted has remained high at 62%. The results of the Kyocera Environmental Survey 2011 showed a 40% drop in the average annual number of pages printed by office-based sta
Headlines: EMC's president says the company will continue to rapidly acquire companies, but it’s looking more for Big Data technology than data storage.
It's not enough to mitigate security risks. Providers must be transparent with customers about how they confront cloud computing security issues, says Savvis CTO Bryan Doerr.
Unilever has automated the processes it uses to manage its software globally through a service which has saved millions of pounds, reduced the complexity of its software portfolio and improved security.
Blackberry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is facing legal action by consumers in the US and Canada for the three-day services outage in mid-October caused by a core switch failure in RIM's infrastructure.
The Football Association is implementing the latest networking and video technology at its coaching and education centre.
Nokia has launched smartphones based on the Windows Phone 7.5 operating system, the Nokia Lumia 800 and Lumia 710.
The UK High Court has ordered BT to bear the cost of blocking access to pirate content aggregator website Newzbin2 within 14 days as well as any future IP addresses associated with the site.
RIM has delayed an update on its Blackberry Playbook operating system until next year.
Data virtualization is the wave of the future, analyst Rick van der Lans will tell a forthcoming data management conference in London. Its essential point, he said, is agility.
Android has overtaken Apple's iOS to become the market share leader in mobile application downloads, according to ABI Research. The market shares of Android and iOS were 44% and 31%, respectively.
The last major upgrade to SAP's core enterprise resource planning (ERP) product was released in 2005, so how is the company achieving record growth? Warwick Ashford reports
Citrix has introduced its new file sharing service, ShareFile, as the "iCloud for business".
Virgin Business Media saw its sales increase by 1.2% to £154m compared to the same period last year, as the company saw an increase in public sector business.
Former Sun Microsystems boss Jonathan Schwartz has been appointed to the board of directors at social specialist Moxie Software, which develops enterprise-centric social network software. Schwartz famously announced his resignation from Sun in 2010 in the form of a haiku, has since been involved wit
Facebook is building a new data centre in Luleå, North Sweden, which has a sub-Artic climate that will be used to provide the servers with ambient cooling.
Government CIOs say the coalition's cost-cutting agenda is impeding the ability of departments to improve IT skills and innovate.
Increasing costs and a rise in sales and marketing expenditure dented Q2 profitability at mouse and keyboard specialist Logitechbut the vendor still expects to meet its annual sales target of around $2.4bn and gross margins of 33%. Although sales increased 1% to $589m compared to the same period
As U.S. states struggle to build health information exchange, Maine's got a federal-funding jump start. Its leader shared trials and tribulations at the AHIMA 2011 meeting.
Sony has taken full control of its smartphone destiny and sketched out its ambitions for the market after buying Ericsson's stake in the Sony Ericsson joint venture for just over $1bn. The purchase appears to lay the ground for Sony to follow the Apple blueprint of producing smartphones that can
CFengine now natively supports Windows, and Opscode Chef does too. But will Windows shops accept their advances?
Despite striking similarities in the Duqu kernel driver, the ultimate payloads of Duqu and Stuxnet are significantly different and unrelated, according to a report from Dell SecureWorks researchers.
Flybe uses data backup and replication software in a disaster recovery project that improved data centre efficiency and won Best Virtualisation for Disaster Recovery Project award.
With an annual technology spend of £1.5bn, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) wanted to move 55,000 of its users to a virtual desktop platform to change the way its employees work and cut costs. Mark Diamond, CIO at RBS, shares his lessons learnt in building a business case for virtual desktops and "tying down" suppliers
Network security and virtualisationreseller Nebulas has added cloud securityspecialist Zscaler to its Technology Incubator programme as part of a newly-launched Security Simplified strategy. Zscaler provides a scalable, borderless global security cloud that it claims protects users regardless of the
The Justice Select Committee has called upon the government to introduce jail terms for breaches of the Data Protection Act (DPA).
Cloud computing will become the primary platform for government to cut IT costs by £460m per year, Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has said. The comments follow the publication of the government's four sub-strategies of its recently released ICT implementation plan.
Eric King of The Modeling Agency discusses the need for predictive analytics and how to create a strategy that will reduce the risk of failure and maximize the results.
Cheaper active RFID and a plethora of wireless networking and sensor choices are driving RTLS adoption, analysts say.
Double digit growth in retail data sales were not enough to offset declines in retail voice and wholesale voice and data at Virgin Media Business (VMB)
Businesses could wield a powerful influence over how people in the UK modify their behaviour towards more sustainable behaviour, especially if they collaborate to develop a set of ideas. Research published today (27 October) by Start, a charitable initiative by The Prince of Wales to inspire people
Amazon says vulnerabilities were fixed and no customers were affected.
Wholesale voice and data comms provider Entanet has signed an agreement to provide BE Wholesale's ADSL2+ broadband connections alongside its BT-based portfolio.
The Football Association (FA) is implementing the latest networking and video technology at its coaching and education centre. The St George's Park centre will be the FA's second major centre alongside Wembley, where operations are currently centred.
SAP notched up the seventh consecutive quarter of double-digit growth in software and software-related services, but with the last major upgrade to SAP's core enterprise resource planning (ERP) product way back in 2005, how is the company achieving record growth? Warwick Ashford reports
Citrix is making a concerted effort to boost its presence in the SMB market with the launch of VDI-in-a-Box 5, an all-in-one virtual desktop aimed at smaller businesses, allied to a new channel partner SMB Specialist accreditation. VDI-in-a-Box is based on technology from the acquisition of Kaviza i
OpenFlow and software-defined networking are going from theory to use case scenarios, according to Google and Yahoo.
In phase two of Facebook’s Open Compute Project, speakers at today’s Open Compute Summit imagined a world with greater hardware innovation and more interoperability.
To find the right mix of barcodes, RFID, and Wi-Fi sensors, manufacturers must first decide the speed, distance and accuracy they need in an AIDC system, analysts said.
A traffic-shaping system installed at the University of Exeter quickly yielded huge dividends by blocking illegal piracy of music and films.
The number of content removal requests Google received from the UK from January to June 2011 was up 71% compared with the previous six months, according to the group's Transparency Report.
The changing role of the data warehouse and other trends in data management are shaping the future of data virtualization technology, according to Composite Software CTO David Besemer.
SAP co-chief executive Jim Hagemann Snabe says the company's ability to innovate is key to its long-term success, but does not rule out further acquisitions.
HP has reversed its decision to spin-off the company's PC division following an internal review by CEO Meg Whitman, who replaced form head Leo Apotheker in September.
IT security firm Kaspersky Lab has joined forces with research firm, The Bathwick Group, to conduct a study of how companies are using IT to respond to changing business needs.
The US Tennis Association (USTA) is reducing disaster recovery, hosting, helpdesk and licencing costs after choosing to run its Citrix XenApp environment in Amazon's Web Services (AWS) cloud.
The latest survey from Salary Services Limited (SSL) has revealed the software skills most in demand in the latest quarter of 2011.
With software houses and the financial services sector creating by far the most permanent IT jobs, career opportunities are being condensed into south-east England.
The Open University has completed the second stage of a £2.5m Department of Education funded initiative to deliver computer-aided teaching to the classroom.
Analyst firm highlights key developments in Windows Azure and points out where the service still has holes.
A paradigm shift promises to help cloud providers, but may be harsh on facilities providers and other IT outsourcing businesses.
Analysts have welcomed HP CEO Meg Whitman's move not to ditch the company's PC division.
Caringo CAStor combines object storage with OpenStack open source cloud software; Avere integrates NAS acceleration appliance with Nexenta open storage.
SAP plans to tap into three global trends in the coming year across its offerings for ERP, mobile, in-memory computing and cloud services and software, says Jim Hagemann Snabe, co-chief executive of SAP.
The UK's soon-to-be-released cyber security strategy includes input from policy makers across government, says Nigel Harrison of the Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance (OCSIA).
Open-source project jclouds found a Platform as a Service (PaaS) that fit its unique needs in CloudBees.
In this week's server news summary, learn how Opscode Chef enables Windows cloud automation, look back at XP's legacy, and get the latest on the ARM-Intel chip battle.
A recent survey found businesses moving toward SSD technology. Why? The technology offers higher performance than spinning disk.
Even though virtual private network (VPN) technology has been around for well over a decade, many high-profile VPN breaches are still occurring in 2011. Learn why in this article.
Network traffic capture systems offer network security appliances better visibility into network activity.
Backblaze backup launched version 2.0 of their services, allowing customers access to unlimited storage for $5 a month; plus other cloud news.
Storage roundup: Jobs firm gets cloud backup; Eden Project grows for NetApp; Law firm’s WAN optimisation; German space centre gets Atempo, and more news.
HP has made a stunning reversal and decided to keep its PC business - barely a month after ousting the CEO who announced plans to spin it off. President and CEO Meg Whitman said the company had "objectively evaluated the strategic, financial and operational impact of spinning off" the Pers
HP's not-unexpected decision to u-turn over the future of its PSG business unit has been generally welcomed. In the two months since Leo Apotheker made the announcement that would ultimately cost him his job, a storm of uncertainty and doubt gathered around the business, with rivals such as Acer, De
Shoretel added more than 1,000 customers and increased its global market share in the Pure IP telephony market as Q1 revenues rose 22%. Gross margin for the quarter ending 30 September was down slightly at 65.9% and the company reported a GAAP loss of $4.6m, compared to a loss of $3.6m in the corres
Motorola Solutions, the enterprise and public-sector facing networking vendor that split from Motorola Mobility in a velvet divorce at the start of 2011, has turned in adecent performance during the third quarter, with sales rising 10% andnet profit up 16%. Total revenues of $2.1bn (£1.3bn) an
Favourable currency rates have helped Ingram Micro to report a 7% increase in Q3 EMEA sales, despite the adverse effect of economic conditions on consumer demand in many European countries. Softer demand in Europe contributed to a decline in EMEA operating income which fell to 0.61% of sales from 0.
Following the launch of a dedicated cloud business unit during the summer, along with the acquisition of sector specialist OpSource, Dimension Data haspicked upMicrosoft's Cloud Accelerate Partner badge, held by under 1% of Microsoft resellers worldwide. The service provider already holds Hyper-V Pr
The success of Samsung's Galaxy smartphone fuelled a 37% increase in its telecom business in Q3 and helped to offset declining sales at its semiconductor and display panel operations. The results revealed the telecom unit contributed nearly 60% of the vendor's 4.25tn Won (£2.37bn) operating pr
In a series of monthly video debates, Computer Weekly and the Financial Times invite a panel of experts to discuss business and IT issues.