Countries with a coordinated national strategy for rolling out broadband are making significantly faster progress than those taking a more laissez-faire approach to broadband development, according to a new report.
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Cisco has been named the official network infrastructure supporter for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, and will be responsible for enabling the connection of data, voice, video and devices throughout games locations.
Microsoft will start winding down its Windows Messenger service from 15 March, the company has confirmed, but the network will remain available to users for another 12 months.
Cloudera, one of the major distributors of Hadoop-based software and services for the enterprise, has announced plans to open a European headquarters in London in the first quarter of 2013.
BT has launched the first ever “real world” trial of a 10Gbps broadband network at Cornwall-based engineering firm Arcol.
Enterprise software company Sage UK has announced that Sage One Accounts will be one of the first accounting apps for small businesses available through Google Marketplace.
Declining PC shipments in Western Europe during the second quarter of 2012 could result in significant price cuts later this year, according to analyst firm Gartner.
Rumours are swirling that Paul Maritz is stepping down as chief executive of VMware after four years at the company, to be replaced by Pat Gelsinger, who is currently president and chief operating officer at VMware's parent company EMC.
The importance of the “Big 4” European data centre markets – London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Paris – will increase over the next three years, with presence in all four markets becoming a major competitive differentiator by 2016, but power shortages could lead to changes in the future, according to a new report.
Microsoft has fixed a flaw in Hotmail's password reset system that allowed hackers to take control of webmail accounts.
Dell this week announced that its open source, on-premise cloud solution, based on the OpenStack platform and running on Ubuntu, is available in the UK and a number of other regions in Europe and Asia.
Amazon could be preparing to launch cloud services in India, after it emerged that the company has been buying up infrastructure from telecommunications provider Tata Communications in its home markets.
Intel has begun distributing the open source <a href="http://www.libreoffice.org/download/">LibreOffice</a> suite for Windows from SUSE via its AppUp Store - an online repository designed for Intel processor-based devices, particularly Ultrabooks.
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