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By David Nikel May 27, 2015

Cloud security summit comes to Norway

IT directors and security professionals from across the Nordics will gather in Oslo on 15 June for the first Nordic Summit from the CSA Continue Reading


By Simon Quicke Mar 18, 2015

Windows 10 coming this summer

Microsoft OS chief confirms that the launch of Windows 10 will be in the summer ahead of the previously expected fall release Continue Reading


May 11, 2015

Augmented reality comes to corporate IT

In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from early adopter Zurich Insurance about how augmented reality apps can become part of the corporate IT landscape. We look at Microsoft's Nano Server – the cut-down version ... Continue Reading


By Lauren Paul Evaluate Apr 08, 2015

Enterprise manufacturing intelligence comes of age

Enterprise manufacturing intelligence tools are approaching a tipping point as IDC expects widespread adoption among manufacturers this year. Continue Reading


By Krzysztof Polak May 29, 2015

Polish companies come around on mobile safety

Polish companies have been the target of many mobile attacks, as Krzysztof Polak investigates Continue Reading


By Sean McGrath May 11, 2015

Microsoft conferences offer details of things to come

Microsoft has just finished two back-to-back events, giving developers, businesses and users a glimpse at some of the updates on the horizon Continue Reading


By Tim Ehrens Manage May 01, 2015

For contact centers, cutting costs comes with risks, rewards

Contact centers are always trying to cut operational costs. But they can't let those tantalizing benefits make them blind to various perils. Continue Reading


Evaluate Feb 16, 2015


Feb 16, 2015

Virtual reality comes of age in manufacturing

Will there be virtual reality headsets in the living room by the end of 2015? Perhaps not, but Ford and BAE Sytems are putting virtual reality to work Continue Reading


By Gina Narcisi News Apr 15, 2015

Extreme Networks' revenue to come up short of earlier predictions

Extreme Networks' revenue for Q3 will be lower than the vendor previously expected. Currency value fluctuations and delayed purchasing from enterprises cited. Continue Reading