The latest BlackBerry smartphone will hit UK stores today after being, unveiled yesterday. And the UK will be the first to get the touch-screen Z10 where it will go on sale today, with Canada and the UAE getting it in February and the US having to wait until March...Read more about New BlackBerry hits UK stores
Steve Ballmer has made a few gambles in his time as CEO at Microsoft. Sadly, not all of them have turned up trumps: Zune, aQuantive and Vista are all significant failures in the company’s history. There is a unifying thread running through some of those failures, and that is Microsoft’s desperation to get in on the act after being left behind by competitors in new markets....Read more about Will Microsoft's mobile gamble pay off?
The debate over public cloud versus private cloud continues to rage within the IT industry. As most organisations take an ad-hoc, evolutionary approach to new technologies, the environment over the next five years is likely to be a mixture of the two....Read more about Securing your hybrid cloud
Please be aware that there is only one month left on SQL 2000 Standard Edition’s life (bless it). I’ve also shown the other products going end of life again as a reminder....Read more about SQL 2000 going end of life
I just wanted to take some time out to write about Microsoft’s new server offering Windows 2012. There has been lots of hype over this operating system as a ‘Cloud OS’ and it certainly has lots of exciting features for Enterprise environments....Read more about Microsofts new server offering Windows 2012