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Samsung may split in two, report

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many different ways to move towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the best of every organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

Gates and Bezos create fund to fight climate change

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many different ways to move towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the best of every organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

Brexit causes UK tech firms’ shares to plummet – apart from ARM

Shares in UK technology companies have plummeted thanks to the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. This morning, the FTSE 100 fell by more than eight per cent, wiping £120bn off of the value of the UK’s top 100 companies, but this has since steadied to a drop of 4.5 per cent, which is still significant (about £70bn). Related ... Read More »

RBS fined £56m for massive IT failures

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), a banking group that includes NatWest Bank and Ulster Bank, has been fined £56m for a 2012 IT failure that meant customers couldn’t access online banking services. The fine comes on top of the £125m bill to fix the RBS’s systems after the disaster, which affected millions of customers. Related articles The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) ... Read More »

CA Technologies pays millions to RBS over IT catastrophe

CA Technologies, the software supplier that was at the heart of the Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) IT disaster in 2012, has reportedly paid the bank millions of pounds under a confidential settlement. RBS, whose banking group includes NatWest Bank and Ulster Bank, was fined £56m for the failure which left millions of customers unable to access their online banking ... Read More »

Box finally gives green light to IPO

Enterprise cloud storage and file sharing company Box has finally given the green light to its Initial Public Offering (IPO) after months of delays and uncertainty. The firm had originally filed for an IPO in March 2014, but promptly withdrew the filing, with anonymous sources suggesting that the company was having cold feet as to the strength of the tech ... Read More »

How RBS is ‘wrangling’ big data’ to improve customer service

Big data is big business, especially when your organisation has millions of customers like the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). Christian Nelissen, head of data analytics, is responsible for handling that customer data and for him and his team of more than 1,000 managing it is no small task. “If you’re in a customer-facing part of the business and need ... Read More »

From Post-It notes to Power BI: How Metro Bank is trying to cut IT costs with Microsoft cloud

UK challenger bank Metro Bank has just suffered a £10.7m loss in the third quarter of 2015, but has spent much of this money on working with Microsoft to build a future-proofed customer contact solution. Metro Bank, which was only founded – fresh from the European financial crisis – in 2010, has declared plans for London Stock Exchange flotation in 2016, ... Read More »

HPE cyber security suite ‘a game changer,’ claims SME bank CIO

BlueShore Financial, a Canadian personal and business banking union that handles more than $4bn in assets, selected Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s security suite to protect client data and because it was impressed with “the spirit of collaboration” on offer. That’s what Fred Cook, CIO at BlueShore Financial, told the audience during his presentation at the HPE Discover conference at ExCeL London. ... Read More »

Samsung to buy BlackBerry – report [update]

Windows 10 is ‘the most secure operating system, ready for deployment in all enterprise situations’ claims Nadella Read More »

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