Probiotics maker Yakult is using analytics and data visualisation tools to boost its sales in the Netherlands
With thousands of IT services contracts coming up for renewal, CIOs should take a careful look at where they source services from
Larry Ellison promoted his company’s cloud services and berated rivals in his opening keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2015
Twenty years is a pretty significant milestone, especially if you're a programming language. At JavaOne 2015, everyone is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Java programming language, and looking ahead at the challenges another 20 years will bring.
Oracle's latest updates to its Marketing Cloud are designed to help marketers make better use of data to segment and target customers, as well as manage campaigns more efficiently.
Teachers are still struggling to adapt to the new curriculum, and more than 70% believe their students are more technology-savvy than they are
Optimized for the cloud, at JavaOne2015, Oracle has announced the Java SE Cloud Service and a new set of developer tools that will simplify application lifecycle management by taking ALM to the cloud.
Vehicle manufacturer Volvo Group is selling some of its IT operation in Sweden to Indian supplier HCL
A Freedom of Information request by network control specialist Infoblox has revealed that the MoD is hoarding millions of pounds worth of unused IPv4 addresses, while the UK government remains woefully unprepared for IPv6
British American Tobacco uses custom profiling software to cut the number of applications managers have to screen by half, as part of a major re-organisation of its recruitment processes
Most data retained by organisations is not identified or classified and gobbles budget spent on storage, as well as being potentially non-compliant, reveals Veritas-sponsored survey
SAP channel executives said channel partners played a critical role in pulling in new customer accounts during the third quarter.
There may not have been a major Java release since last year, but at JavaOne2015, there are still plenty of performance upgrades and feature enhancements for platform architects to boast about.
The Open Data Institute has spent the past two years funding startups to build applications that could solve socio-economic problems
In our latest roundup of SDN blogs, analysts explore Intel's expansion into networking, visibility in virtualized environments and the cost benefits of deploying SD-WAN.
Founder of luxury second-hand watch reseller Watchfinder explains that retailers will never have an entirely online or offline business
Cisco acquisitions of ParStream, Lancope and 1 Mainstream reflect the company's view of how networking is evolving.
A glitch that allowed online customers to see each others' details forced retailer Mark & Spencer to take its website offline while it resolved the issue
The Met Office aims to realise a range of socio-economic benefits to UK industries thanks to improved forecasting with its new Cray supercomputer
The onslaught of data from IoT devices may not happen until a set of common standards is developed.
Linda Bernardi, IBM chief innovation and disruption officer and VeloCloud advisory board member, said she thinks the SD-WAN cloud startup holds the key to better connectivity.
A joint EU/US operation on the DroidJack malware is the latest example of international collaboration between law enforcement officers directed at cyber crime
This week, ONOS appoints a community manager; Pluribus demonstrates a hyper-converged infrastructure; Oracle launches a cloud-deployable signaling router.