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Exhibitors at WCS talk eco

ZDNet tours showfloor of World Cities Summit in Singapore and spotlights three booths featuring social system to reduce carbon emission, city crisis management and green buildings.

July 4, 2012 by

Google: Inertia blocks enterprise cloud adoption

The greatest issue that stops businesses from adopting cloud services is inertia, according to Google.A belief that upgrading to the cloud entails new management headaches, coupled with a decision not to experiment or test cloud productivity tools, prevents businesses from going to the cloud, Jonathan Rochelle, product manager for Google Apps, told ZDNet UK on Tuesday at Interop Las Vegas.

May 9, 2012 by

Sage to take ERP tools into the cloud with Azure

The UK software company Sage is to take on its enterprise resource planning rivals in the cloud by developing some of its products to run on Microsoft's Windows Azure platform.According to the company, the first such product in the UK will be Sage 200, a suite that encompasses business intelligence (BI), customer relationship management (CRM) and financial management software.

May 7, 2012 by

Lockheed Martin UK opens cyber centre

Defence contractor Lockheed Martin UK has opened a cybersecurity centre in Farnborough with the aim of detecting and responding to hacking attacks.Lockheed Martin's Security Intelligence Centre (SIC) will use sensors, data management, and human analysts to identify patterns in attacks, the company said in a statement on Friday.

December 5, 2011 by

Incoming Everything Everywhere chief shakes up team

New Everything Everywhere chief Olaf Swantee took charge on Thursday, radically shaking up the management team in the process.In a statement, Everything Everywhere — the merged operations of mobile operators Orange UK and T-Mobile UK — said the new management team would comprise 10 C-level executives.

September 2, 2011 by

HP to buy Autonomy for £7.1bn

The deal, which will see the Cambridge-based UK information management company continue to run as a standalone business, is one of the biggest acquisitions of a software firm in history

August 19, 2011 by

Carbon tax renews audit software interest

Companies providing carbon management systems have experienced a boost of interest in their products as the carbon tax announcement approached. Companies can no longer keep using spreadsheets to keep track of their usage now that a carbon price has been set.

July 10, 2011 by

Hyperlinked-headline case heads back to court

The UK Court of Appeal will on Wednesday hear arguments protesting a High Court judgement last November, which said it was illegal to email a client hyperlinks to newspaper stories without the client having a licence.Online reputation management and web monitoring firm Meltwater and the Public Relations Consultant Association (PRCA) had lost a case brought against them by the Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA).

June 14, 2011 by

Can You Accredit Sustainability?

Apparently yes, at least in the UK where they take their sustainability seriously. Ricoh's unique Sustainability Optimization program, accredited by the British Standards Institution (BSI), helps businesses to improve the efficiency of their document workflows while at the same time taking a carbon-balanced approach to managing information.

June 6, 2011

What is graphene?

Carbon is valuable as diamond and in oil, but a new form of the pure element may be even more important in our future. ZDNet UK presents the first in a series of features on graphene

June 6, 2011 by

Study rates green credentials of 14 green IT services firms

One of the best ways to tell if a green IT services firm really has what it takes to handle your company's carbon and energy management strategy is to look at what that company is doing internally to manage its own corporate sustainability metrics. That's the spirit of a new report from independent analyst firm Verdantix, which has just released a Carbon Strategy Benchmark that looks at the strategies of 14 different enterprise technology services firms.

June 5, 2011 by

Deconstructing IBM's smart building software bet

It has begun: The strategic consolidation of the energy and carbon management software category got its first high-profile example this week in the form of IBM's proposed acquisition of Las Vegas-based TRIRIGA.With literally dozens if not hundreds of smaller software developers innovating in this burgeoning applications category, it is not surprising that IBM is staking its claim early -- especially to supplement its aspirations in the smart building sector.

March 22, 2011 by

Cash Converters opts for BMC SaaS

BMC Software's IT service management offering, Remedy onDemand, has won the trust of multinational second-hand goods trader Cash Converters, which yesterday revealed it will use the platform to manage business service incidents across its 310 outlets in both Australia and the UK.

March 8, 2011 by

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