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Digital transformation is unstoppable and affects every industry and business, according to KuppingerCole principal analyst Martin Kuppinger
Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has completed an electronic medical records system to digitise its patient records
Cisco has launched an open source project, called Contiv, to build technology that automates the use of security, storage and networking in cloud-based containerized applications.
Joyent bet big on containers to compete in the cloud market, and the company's CTO Bryan Cantrill has plenty to say about the state of containers and what needs to change.
Value-added resellers and managed service providers expressed cautious optimism regarding their prospects in 2016, sentiments that reflect an uptick in business.
When making 2016 travel plans, refer to this list of channel events -- including conferences hosted by IT vendors, distributors, industry organizations, and vendors that cater exclusively to VARs and MSPs.
Chancellor George Osborne announced a £1.8bn investment in digital technology over the next four years and handed the Government Digital Service a £450m budget
Economists and politicians are fretting about the fall in capital investment – but this is to be expected in a digital economy where startup costs are shrinking