In 2011, Hewlett Packard’s annual revenue was $127bn, making it the largest technology company in the world by sales at that time – yet its market worth was a comparatively meagre $42bn. It had just
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is clearly doing something right. The e-commerce giant has split out AWS revenues for the first time in its latest financial results, revealing
Sometimes news stories coincide fortuitously in a way that highlights the significance of major trends transforming the IT landscape - and we have a big one this week.
The billions of rubles of government money being invested in the Skolkovo Innovation Centre on the outskirts of Moscow (
The latest financial results this week from arguably the two most influential enterprise IT suppliers of the past 30 years demonstrate again how quickly the technology landscape is changing.
"There is no debacle on Universal Credit" declared Iain Duncan Smith in his opening salvo to MPs on the Work and Pensions Select Committee this week.
Here's a question for you to ponder: What is the public interest in Universal Credit, the government's flagship welfare reform programme?
My guess is that the public would be very interested to know how the
It is increasingly likely the government will have to write-off most, if not all, of the £303m spent so far on developing IT to support Universal Credit.
Multiple sources told Computer Weekly that
How much worse might things get with the troubled Universal Credit IT programme?
Last week, we learned through a National Audit Office report that...
It was the least surprising news of the year. BlackBerry is up for sale, the Canadian mobile phone company finally admitting to the inevitability that everyone else recognised ages...