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  • From bad to worse: The sad reality about Windows Phones

    Everybody loves smartphones, but almost nobody loves Windows smartphones.A majority (78 percent) of all mobile phones sold worldwide between January and March were smartphones, and smartphones sales grew by 4 percent compared to the same time period the year previous, according to a recent report by market research firm Gartner. Yet with all that smartphone activity, Windows phone sales fell even further. Actually, the word “fell” is being generous. The truth ...

    Posted at May 24, 2016 | By : | Categories : Windows | Comments Off on From bad to worse: The sad reality about Windows Phones
  • Israel’s cyber security frontier

    The Israeli city of Beer Sheva is quickly becoming a global centre of cyber security technology ComputerWeekly: IT security

    Posted at May 24, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Security | Comments Off on Israel’s cyber security frontier
  • CW@50: How networking became the core of IT

    Compared with the network, Computer Weekly is but a sprightly youngster. We take a look back not at just 50, but 200 years of British innovation in communications technology ComputerWeekly: Networking and communication

    Posted at May 23, 2016 | By : | Categories : Networking and Communication | Comments Off on CW@50: How networking became the core of IT
  • How 3D printing will disrupt industry worldwide

    The technology is helping startups model prototypes and inventory suppliers lop millions from supply chain costs ComputerWeekly: IT hardware

    Posted at May 23, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Hardware | Comments Off on How 3D printing will disrupt industry worldwide
  • Three Ireland sets out to become an omnichannel operator

    Mobile network Three Ireland chooses Amdocs to support a ground-up rebuild of its systems and processes after acquiring O2’s Irish business in 2014 ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

    Posted at May 23, 2016 | By : | Categories : Latest IT News | Comments Off on Three Ireland sets out to become an omnichannel operator
  • How to go back to Windows 7 or 8 after an unwanted Windows 10 upgrade

    Microsoft’s putting away the carrots and breaking out the sticks in its quest to migrate 1 billion users to Windows 10 over the next couple of years. After pushing out the free upgrade as a Recommended update to Windows 7 and 8 users earlier this year—which means that you downloaded the initial installation bits if you use the default Windows Update, like most people should—Microsoft changed its nagging pop-up ...

    Posted at May 23, 2016 | By : | Categories : Windows | Comments Off on How to go back to Windows 7 or 8 after an unwanted Windows 10 upgrade
  • Vue Entertainment uses Rackspace to manage online demand for blockbuster movie tickets

    Cinema chain explains how its ‘lean and mean’ IT team relies on Rackspace to meet the growing online demands of moviegoers ComputerWeekly: IT services and outsourcing

    Posted at May 23, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Services and Outsourcing | Comments Off on Vue Entertainment uses Rackspace to manage online demand for blockbuster movie tickets
  • Amazon S3 storage 101: Object storage in the cloud

    Amazon S3 has emerged as a de facto standard for accessing data in the cloud. We run the rule over S3, its key attributes and what you need to know to use it with your applications ComputerWeekly: Internet technology

    Posted at May 23, 2016 | By : | Categories : Internet Technology | Comments Off on Amazon S3 storage 101: Object storage in the cloud
  • DDoS attacks openly on offer for $5 an hour, researchers discover

    DDoS attacks have become a commodity, and are available openly on professional services online marketplaces for as little as $ 5 an hour, say security researchers ComputerWeekly: IT security

    Posted at May 23, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Security | Comments Off on DDoS attacks openly on offer for $5 an hour, researchers discover
  • Dutch mastering the art of big data analysis

    Gathering and analysing huge amounts of data offers the promise of business efficiency and new opportunities. We look at what this all means for the once-cautious Dutch ComputerWeekly: IT Management

    Posted at May 23, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Management | Comments Off on Dutch mastering the art of big data analysis
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