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  • November 07, 2018 07 Nov'18

    Uber backs hybrid cloud as route to business and geographical expansion

    Ride-hailing app Uber is rapidly expanding its business interests, which requires an IT infrastructure that can scale just as quickly as its ambitions, according to the company’s head of compute, Dean Nelson

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  • November 07, 2018 07 Nov'18

    APAC enterprises, analysts weigh in on IBM-Red Hat deal

    Mega-deal could accelerate adoption of open source software and extend the reach of OpenStack and OpenShift across the region

  • November 06, 2018 06 Nov'18

    APAC firms warm up to SD-WAN to solve networking woes

    A third of enterprises in the APAC region have already deployed SD-WAN at most of their sites, while 55% are in the process of doing so, a study shows

  • November 06, 2018 06 Nov'18

    Information commissioner calls for stricter regulation on political use of data

    Information commissioner Elizabeth Denham’s investigation into the use of data in elections and campaigns, finds "a disturbing disregard for voters’ personal privacy"

  • November 06, 2018 06 Nov'18

    More than 80% of women in tech would recommend tech career to young women has found that a majority of women in the technology industry would recommend a career in the sector to young women in schools, as well as to female undergrads

  • November 06, 2018 06 Nov'18

    Fujitsu powers forward with business restructure

    Technology firm Fujitsu has announced a number of plans for restructuring its business, including the closing of its German manufacturing plant and a number of board resignations