Job adverts for IT vacancies place heavier emphasis on candidates having Java, agile development and ASP skills this year, while demand for C and SQL appears to be dropping in the UK.
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Customers of the homeware chain are being asked to reset their passwords after attackers gained access to two encrypted databases.
Software as a service giant Salesforce.com is building a UK datacentre to meet growing demand in Europe
When Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff visited London for the company's annual Cloudforce conference back in 2012, he promised it would set up a UK datacentre by 2012.
Salesforce.com expects that it will combine Heroku with VMforce, an enterprise Java platform, to offer a broad platform.
This really means that Salesforce morphs into a different creature, and now must decide whom it means to compete with because -- it’s not just Oracle business applications anymore.
VMforce is to provide a ready-made, customisable environment for building and deploying 'Cloud 2' enterprise Java applications
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff and VMware chief Paul Maritz took the stage in San Francisco to unveil VMforce, a partnership that will bring Java to the Force.com platform. The implication is that more enterprise apps will make it to the cloud.
I was fortunate enough to sit in on a Java training course at Sun Microsystems’ UK headquarters not so long ago and good though it was, I had a discussion this weekend with a journo pal of mine in the USA which leant towards the rise of developer self-study techniques and their increasing importance.Not to suggest for one moment that the IT training industry is about to suffer in some way.
Voice-to-text tech hops on to CRM…
Salesforce.com on Monday in the UK announced three products designed to ease integration of on-demand applications with customers' own in-house solutions.
Despite the rise of CRM and the success of companies like Siebel, Salesforce.com and RightNow, most UK consumers are still unhappy with the service they receive
CRM company says that the severe outages that hit its services on Tuesday appear to be confined to the US
A UK bank is planning to roll out Sun's Java Desktop System but the software giant won't be making much money on the deal
Microsoft's presence at a new forum grouping aimed at expanding the appeal of Java in the UK caused a rumpus at the Networks '97 exhibition yesterday
In December, Java was more popular than .Net for building Web services, according to a ZDNet UK poll, but weeks later the position had dramatically reversed; investigation revealed just what lengths Microsoft will go to to promote its products
UK mobile workstation maker Tadpole Technology this morning began to make good on its recent pledge to become a fully-fledged Java solutions provider.
UK firm Concept Technology has launched what it claims is the first mobile NC based on Sun's Java operating system. Called Pic Pocket, the device enables users to download Java applications from the Internet.
Disagreements regarding Microsoft's participation aside, Java Forum backers suggest the hyped 'write once, run anywhere' language is ready for prime time in the UK.
Microsoft's presence at a new forum grouping aimed at expanding the appeal of Java in the UK caused a rumpus at the Networks '97 exhibition yesterday.
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