New Vodafone Collaboration with Google Cloud

New Vodafone Collaboration with Google Cloud

Today Vodafone announced a new collaboration with Google Cloud to enhance their data analytics and insights capabilities. This new collaboration is built their existing partnership, and this new agreement will allow Vodafone and Google Cloud to jointly build out a cutting edge integrated data platform which will have the capability of processing and sending globally […]

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Pearson Post Sales Increase on the Back of Online Learning

Pearson Post Sales Increase on the Back of Online Learning

Pearson PLC posted strong first quarter figures largely as a result of global online learning sales, which jumped a massive 25% during the first quarter. The education services business said virtual schools did well, primarily assisted by students remaining at residence throughout COVID lock-downs, particularly in the US. However, US assessment work dipped as even more exams were […]

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Potential Risks of Cloud Computing Flagged by The Bank of England

Potential Risks of Cloud Computing Flagged by The Bank of England

The UK’s senior financial institution the Bank of England (BoE) has said that it could “strengthen its controls” on cloud data service providers and other technology companies to respond to potential dangers to the security of the monetary system from the increase of fintech. The BoE has revealed worries prior to today’s statement regarding the dependence by firms in the financial […]

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Verizon and AT&T Battle for 5G Supremacy

Verizon and AT&T Battle for 5G Supremacy

This week Verizon stepped up its bid to dominate the new 5G landscape by announcing it business division had expanded it fixed wireless connectivity package to a further 21 cities. Verizon have recently conducted a study together with Morning Consult. The study looked into the approaching influence of the 5G footprint will have around the globe. It showed […]

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VMware to be Spun-Off From Dell

VMware to be Spun-Off From Dell

Dell Technologies has decided to spin off its 81% holding in cloud computing software manufacturer VMware in a move that will allow the Computer manufacturing titan to decrease its financial debt. On completion of the de-merger Dell Technologies as well as VMware will become partners with a structured business arrangement that will allow the business’s to […]

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New COO at Scottish Computer Company Iomart

New COO at Scottish Computer Company Iomart

Iomart Group, the Scottish cloud computing company based in Glasgow, has just appointed Neil Christie as its new Chief Operating Officer or COO. Mr Christie has been involved in the cloud computer industry for over 10 years. Initially, training as a chartered accountant with PwC,  he moved into cloud computing and has been in charge of […]

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