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Men need to do more to support gender diversity, says Dell EMC exec

Companies should broaden the pool of people recruited for tech roles beyond just those with existing technical skills, according to Dell EMC's EMEA services sales director Stephane Reboud.

'Please think of Dell EMC as one company', pleads CEO Michael Dell

It's been just six weeks since the biggest ever merger in tech history between Dell and EMC but they are keen to hammer home a 'one company' message

Our main priority is to move customers to the cloud, says Oracle's UK chief

Oracle is keen to shed its image as being primarily a SaaS provider to large enterprise customers

Oracle vs Amazon: Oracle's public cloud milestones so far

Oracle vs Amazon: Oracle's public cloud milestones so far

2008: Cloud? It's complete gibberish, says Larry Ellison Addressing analysts in September 2014, Oracle cofounder and CEO Larry Ellison struck a sceptical tone regarding cloud's potential. "We've...

What to expect at Oracle OpenWorld 2016

Oracle OpenWorld 2016 live news, analysis and updates for IT professionals, developers, cloud specialists, architects and database experts.

10 top facts about Google’s undersea internet cable

10 top facts about Google’s undersea internet cable

99 percent of internet data transmitted through undersea cables Image by iStock Almost all – 99 percent – of transoceanic internet data is transmitted through undersea cables, compared to just half in...

UK government identity scheme GOV.UK Verify launched today: What is GOV.UK Verify? GOV.UK Verify explained

Everything you need to know about the government identity assurance scheme GOV.UK Verify: the concept, the programme's timetable, which private providers are involved, and plans for its future.

Tennis data: How ATP is using technology to reach new audiences

Ever wondered what it takes to become the best tennis player in the world? Now you can find out, thanks to ATP's new data analysis tool.

Budget 2016: Government to spend £5 million rebuilding postcode data it sold off in 2013

Chancellor George Osborne has pledged money to build an open address register. Sound familiar? That's because it was sold off with the Royal Mail. Now we're spending £5 million to get it back.

Autumn statement 2015: Osborne bets big on digital – but doesn’t give away much detail

New funding for GDS and digital transformation in Whitehall signals it has backing from the very top. But we need more information on how it will be spent - and how government plans to integrate new online platforms with legacy...

UK broadband: the government must deliver on its promises

Given the government's failure to deliver on broadband promises in 2012 and 2015, should we believe its promise that broadband will be available to all by 2020?

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