Greenpeace call in a man help it save electricity - but only AFTER it admonished everyone else!
At peak times Britain’s power circuits are running at 98% capacity.
With that wafer thin margin of error, that means we’re only one minor incident away from disaster.
Interview with Stefan Schachinger, Barracuda
There’s a problem with instant gratification. There’s normally a long term effect. Virtualise in haste, repent at leisure.
So how come their colleagues in the marketing department seem to have such a massive disdain for the English language?
New tele con scam targets simpletons who want to talk
Increasing numbers of people are falling victim to a new scam, called The Long Conference.
Journalists at risk
We've asked Dave Expert, who claims to have been on BBC 2's The Real Hustle, to explain how the con works.
Uncovering the consequences of incomplete or inaccurate medical records
The extent to which incomplete or inaccurate clinical documents impact patient care, clinicians and Health Trust operating costs, has been the subject of first-of-a-kind research.
Fast Data—A Potential Lifesaver
Love it or hate it, the collection and processing of data is an integral part of modern life, as information about who we are and what we do is constantly gathered and analysed from anywhere in the world, whether you’re at work, rest, or play. Most of this data is used to benefit those doing the collecting, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Take,...
The UK’s largest motoring organisation is using TIBCO Software products and services as part of a fundamental business and IT transformation program.
- TIBCO on tour
- Fly me to the cloud
- A journey to the centre of the software-defined data centre
- A new dawn for PDF
- Review: Leef Bridge 3.0 for File Transfer
- Time to digitalise your business processes?
- Network Storage Redeems Itself
- CiRBA goes in multi-hypervisor drive in bid to bring unity and efficiency to datacentres
- Do You Have A License To Save Money?
Frederik Brabant MD, CMIO at Nuance Communications asks can technology put the art back into medicine?
“The practice of medicine is an art, not a trade; a calling, not a business; a calling in which your heart will be exercised equally with your head. The practice of medicine is an art, based on science.” While profound, the words of Sir William Osler, recognized to be the ‘father of modern medicine’, may not be the first to spring to patients’...
TIBCO on Cloud Nine after influential award win
TIBCO Software has triumphed at the coveted 3rd Annual Cloud World Series Awards, winning the ‘Best Cloud Application’ category for its pioneering analytics software.