A new survey of IT decision-makers and industry experts has found that cloud computing is now no longer seen as a fledgling solution, but rather a genuinely mature platform option.
Ever since the Samsung Galaxy Note arrived in 2011 there has been a growing niche in the mobile market for big screen phones.
Now mainstream flagship devices, like the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Sony Xperia Z, have five inch displays onboard, with the Galaxy Note 2 pushing up to 5.5 inches and rival handsets going beyond the six inch mark. Continue reading
Various cloud advocates have spoken out about the moneysaving potential of the cloud, with the latest supporter being DataOne Asia chief exec, Cyril Rocke.
Rocke told ComputerWorld that businesses can save a minimum of 50% on IT expenditure when they adopt cloud-based services in place of on-site alternatives.
He identified a number of areas in which cost savings can be made and argued that the multifaceted benefits of the cloud make it a real stalwart of the modern IT market.
Daisy Group plc (AIM: DAY), a leading provider of business communications, announces it has appointed Nathan Marke as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Through both acquisitions and organic growth, over the last four years Daisy has diversified its suite of products, evolving an ever-converging portfolio across data, hosting, mobile, voice and systems, now providing services to more than 65,000 business customers. Continue reading
The battle for supremacy in the smartphone market has been a two horse race for some time, with iOS and Android leading the way, while smaller rivals struggle for the scraps.
Third place used to belong to BlackBerry, although the latest figures from the International Data Corporation (IDC), have revealed that for the first time in history, this position is now held by Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform. Continue reading