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  • Atos revenue slips but UK growth up 3.7%

    Revenue of Atos dipped 1.9% in the first half of 2014 because of slowdown in IT orders in Europe, but UK growth was up

  • FM, IT and Data Centres

    Are Facilities and IT data centre managers implacable enemies, or is it just a need for different priorities and emphases on work that seem to get in the way? Often, Quocirca finds that an organisation has one team – facilities management (FM) – looking after the physical facility of the data centre, with another – information technology (IT) – looking after the servers, storage and network equipment, along with the software running within it. This can lead to problems where priorities clash, or where a lack of common language or views of a problem can stop things from happening.

  • Arctic University warms classrooms with waste datacentre heat

  • An Introduction to Quantum Lifecycle Management

    Quantum Lifecycle Management (QLM) will enable the “Internet of Things” to have an impact on business and the world at large in a way similar to the Internet itself. This White Paper introduces QLM, explains why it is necessary, its emergence, and also how its development and acceptance will be assured under the auspices of The Open Group.

  • CW Buyer’s Guide: Virtual desktops in the enterprise

    In this Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to virtual desktops, we investigate the latency and bandwidth issues that arise with thin client access, take a look at cloud economics in the datacentre, review Citrix’s XenDesktop 5 desktop virtualisation application, and see how virtualisation and business process optimisation work at the Co-operative

  • Citrix SaaS revenue rises 12% while overall revenue grows 7% YoY

    Citrix has reported a 7% revenue increase in its second quarter of fiscal year 2014 . But it reported double-digit revenue growth in SaaS

  • Vince Cable welcomes £135m datacentre investment in Docklands

    Telehouse, London's colo and datacentre provider, to build a mission-critical datacentre in Docklands with £135m from parent firm KDDI

  • The Single Unix Specification

    The Single UNIX Specification programming environment provides a broad-based functional set of interfaces to support the porting of existing UNIX applications and the development of new applications. The environment also supports a rich set of tools for application development.

  • Co-location services and datacentres feel the CCA heat

    A climate change agreement (CCA) for datacentres has come into force. How will its energy-efficiency rewards shape the industry?

  • Infosys takes the wheel in Daimler European datacentre deal

    Daimler has signed a multi-year agreement with Infosys to run its datacentre operations in Europe

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  • The next frontier for managed print services

    The managed print services (MPS) market has matured since many organisations inked their first deal. Organisations moving beyond first generation engagements have often reached the end of their cost-cutting phase and are now looking for innovation to drive more business value. MPS is extending beyond the enterprise print environment to address requirements of mobile and remote workers, as well as encompass IT infrastructure and business process outsourcing. By leveraging the synergies of managed print services (MPS), business process services (BPS) and IT services (ITS) through a single provider, enterprises can drive business process innovation that pays continuous dividends.

  • Lighting the office

  • The retail experience

  • Lighting in the home

  • Philips Connected Lighting - shining a light on the internet of things

    In light of the internet of things era, Philips has been developing solutions for connected lighting that enhance office environments, streets and individual’s experiences by taking advantage of increased device connectivity. Here are some of the opportunities that Philips connected lighting could present to improve energy consumption and standard of living.

  • The transformation to LED

  • Connected street lighting

  • An Introduction to Quantum Lifecycle Management

    Quantum Lifecycle Management (QLM) will enable the “Internet of Things” to have an impact on business and the world at large in a way similar to the Internet itself. This White Paper introduces QLM, explains why it is necessary, its emergence, and also how its development and acceptance will be assured under the auspices of The Open Group.

  • TfL wastes millions on telecoms, says IIPAG watchdog

    Watchdog IIPAG criticises Transport for London (TfL) for its inefficient and fragmented telecoms contracts

  • The next wave of digitisation: setting your direction, building your capabilities

    Technology, internet and telecommunications industries are undergoing a fundamental change towards near-complete digitisation, with redefinition of existing business models and value creation systems. This Booz & Company study estimates that by as early as 2015, IT and communications will account for 30-40% of companies' investment budgets, and the ongoing digitisation of every industry will affect global economic value by between $12trn and $15trn in 2020, including market share shifts, cost improve­ments, price decreases and new value pools.

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