Demo shows GPUs are more than simple accelerators

Graphics processor units have helped to accelerate a reservoir simulation program, showing that the technology could be applied to complex code

Cloud-based IT services spending tops €1bn in Emea in first quarter

Demand for cloud-based IT services continues to grow in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, with spending exceeding €1bn in the first quarter of 2017

Globalisation creates Catch-22 for protectionists as India responds to threat of US visa clampdown

US government might have to negotiate with India before getting tough on its work visa regime

SLAs being met but most fall short of ‘always on’ backup and restore needs

Veeam Availability Report finds most IT professionals think there is a gap between how fast they can restore data and their requirements to be an “always on” organisation

Next-generation processors block older Windows

The benefits of the latest generation of PCs will now only be available to those who run Windows 10

How Oracle differentiates its IaaS against AWS

Cloud computing is changing both IT infrastructure and software development. We take a look at Oracle’s plans as it starts to compete with Amazon Web Services

Customer experience technology vital for CMO role

The changing technology landscape has reshaped the role of CMO to be not only a demand generator but also a revenue driver.

UK trade department in New York to promote fintech firms

Group of financial technology firms taken to New York to show off their knowledge of regulatory compliance software

City University London launches undergraduate data science course after postgraduate success

Following the success of its postgraduate data science course, London university launches undergraduate programme

Tips on how to get a Hana implementation off the ground

The confusion around SAP’s in-memory database is holding many customers back. We look at some of the approaches being taken to simplify implementation

One in eight people have suffered a healthcare data breach

A quarter of victims had their NI number compromised and 18% saw their biometric identifiers compromised, but most people trust healthcare providers with their data

Government must extend machine learning support across education and industry

The Royal Society believes the UK is well placed to make the most of machine learning, but it is early days and technical and policy issues need addressing

Gulf Air refreshes storage and server farm hardware with Dell EMC

Airline completes major project to revamp its storage infrastructure with Dell EMC technologies

Criminal Courts Review Commission appoints forensic accountants for Post Office IT system cases

Investigation into claims of miscarriages of justice in relation to a Post Office accounting system has appointed a forensic accountant firm

Government puts up £23m a year for AI to boost UK economy

Business secretary Greg Clark announces Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, committing more than £1bn over four years

How to ensure tech staff gain ‘essential soft skills’

Nottingham Trent University’s infrastructure services manager explains how she has made sure her technology team have the essential soft skills they need to support users

Banks suffer average of 85 attempted serious cyber attacks a year, and one-third are successful

Banks face daily cyber attacks, many of which succeed in stealing data, research finds

UK's first digital government head, Andrew Pinder, dies

Pinder was responsible for pushing the UK broadband agenda and starting the ball rolling on the digitisation of government services

InterContinental Hotel Group reveals extent of malware attack

Hotel group InterContinental (IHG) reveals that malware attempting to glean payment card details sat undetected on its network in the US for three months

Conflicting advice blurs cyber safety

Companies are being overloaded with information about cyber threats and complain of a lack of relevant advice
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