Hewlett Packard executives, including CEO Meg Whitman, knew about certain Autonomy sales practices months before a whistleblower came forward to highlight them, which led to the $US8.8 billion dollar write-down of the company.
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Splunk, the Big Data company that allows companies to monitor machine data to drive efficiency, has announced the general availability of its flagship enterprise product running on Amazon Web Services' public Cloud.
Chain-based networking giant Huawei has kicked off its £1.3 billion investment in the UK by signing a deal with Oxford Properties to move its UK headquarters to Green Park in Reading.
Oracle’s release of a public cloud offering, which has been compared to that of Amazon Web Services, will be ‘very appealing’ to SMEs, according to the chair of the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) application server & middleware interest group.
Salesforce.com is looking to create a market that enables machines to have social networks that interact with employees and customers, where one senior executive told Computerworld UK that the company is in talks with industry to “do more in depth work in this area very soon”.
Colt Technology Services has revealed that it has acquired channel-focused cloud platform provider, ThinkGrid, in a bid to target growth in the SME market.
BP has selected T-Systems to migrate and upgrade its Microsoft Exchange servers into a private cloud that will be run out of a twin-core data centre in Germany, serving more than 83,000 employees worldwide.
SAP is planning to target the customers of its enterprise customers in a bid to achieve rapid growth rates over the next three years.
UK-based software provider Sage has announced that it will be partnering with Microsoft to develop its ERP solutions on the Windows Azure platform in a bid to target the SMB cloud market.