A Fujitsu research report has highlighted that while Australian industries are using IT to achieve improved emissions management, they've stalled in the last two years and have therefore missed out on financial benefits.
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Companies should remember to align potential benefits with business objectives, and be prepared to ask vendors critical questions about the architecture and management of the service being considered.
UK-CERT will coordinate the management of national cyber security incidents.
The communications solutions giant saw benefits from the streamlining of operations and cost management, and a one-off boost from the sale of an asset.
Specialized GPS devices coupled with cloud-hosted analytics from Fleetmatics help United Worldwide take the guesswork out of gas consumption and driver locations.
The UK may have had a head start on graphene research, but it lags other countries in terms of the number of patents held. Can new funding help it tap the benefits of the so-called 'wonder material'?
CIOs, other IT leaders, and management are beginning to wake up to the potential of machine-to-machine communications to deliver real business benefits.
A report carried out by the Economist Intelligence Unit suggests that a shortage of digital skills and an institutional resistance to change are hampering the potential benefits that could be offered by super-fast broadband.
All-in-one IT environments offer benefits in terms of simplified management, but companies must map their own requirements and decide whether this model makes more sense than best-of-breed systems.
The tech giant, already under fire for its tax management practices, is set to pay £6m UK tax in a year when its turnover was £395m - a rate of 1.5 percent
Xerox buys UK customer management company WDS, which provides technical support and knowledge management to mobile phone companies, in a move that will boost its customer care business
The rise of JBOCS architecture, or 'Just a Bunch of Cloud Services,' with no coordinated governance or rhyme or reason for enterprises, spells trouble.
UK-based Nutmeg wants to democratize the management of investments with a slick, web-based interface and personalization.
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.
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.
The benefits from the cloud extend beyond cost savings, ease of management and unrivalled flexibility. While these features are certainly compelling, and are driving cloud adoption, there is huge untapped potential in what the industry has now branded ‘big data.
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.
Businesses perceive unified threat management tools to be incompetent and insufficient in addressing security threats, IT security vendor says, while pointing to lack of understanding of UTM's benefits.
New data from Forrester and itSMF shows that ITIL has a positive impact on organizational productivity, service quality, IT's reputation with the business and operational costs. Glenn O'Donnell blogs.
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.