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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

CIO Interview: Grant Hodgkinson, Mimecast
CIO and vice-president of digital operations at the email security expert explains the importance of electronic communication in the modern business environment

How 3D printing will disrupt industry worldwide
The technology is helping startups model prototypes and inventory suppliers lop millions from supply chain costs

Graph databases: What are the benefits for CIOs?
With enterprise interest in graph databases on the rise, Clive Longbottom explains why some businesses are favouring them over relational setups

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

Theme park company rides with Simplivity hyper-converged
International theme park operator Merlin Entertainments dumps servers and storage and replaces them with Simplivity hyper-converged infrastructure at 124 sites worldwide

Middle East CIOs put ambitious IT projects on hold as cheap oil hurts business
A lack of business confidence leads some organisations in the Middle East to delay or abandon ambitious IT projects that may not show an immediate return

IBM PCM leap opens way to new layer of enterprise storage
IBM shows off triple-level cell phase change memory and says PCM can be used as faster adjunct to flash storage and extension to DRAM memory

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

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

Israel’s cyber security frontier
The Israeli city of Beer Sheva is quickly becoming a global centre of cyber security technology

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

PCIe SSD: Cache vs storage tier
Adding PCIe flash is a popular way of speeding up application response times, with more rapid I/O guaranteed, but should PCIe SSD be added as cache or as a tier of storage?

Singapore retailer shifts IT infrastructure to the cloud
Challenger is moving its IT infrastructure to the cloud to enable it to respond better to business growth

UK emergency services upgrade set to save lives
The UK government introduces an open standard for emergency services’ IT systems to improve the speed and efficiency of responses to incidents

No trade-off between security and privacy, says Claude Moraes MEP
Any legislation on encryption should be preceded by an in depth and careful reflection process, says EU Civil Liberties Committee chair Claude Moraes

Copenhagen creates marketplace for trading data
Organisations in Copenhagen can buy and sell previously unavailable data on a data marketplace set up by the city government

Datacentre sector's energy consumption habits "overlooked" by campaigners
CTO of automation management firm ponders why the energy consumption habits of datacentres are not given the same level of scrutiny as other industries

HumanOps calls for improved working conditions for infrastructure operations staff
The pressure of delivering 24/7 support to IT infrastructure is taking its toll on the people tasked with caring for it, warns HumanOps advocates

Why Apple is wooing open source developers with Swift
Apple is among the most closed of tech companies, yet it is serenading open source with its Swift programming language
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