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  • News: Greenpeace protesters target Apple's Ireland HQ

    Protesters from Greenpeace have targeted Apple's European HQ in Cork, Ireland, to publicise its ‘How Clean is your Cloud’ report.

  • News: European Parliament agrees to send airline passenger data to US

    The European Parliament on Thursday approved a controversial data transfer agreement with the United States despite splitting the body.

  • News: Mobile app platform allows for code-free development on iOS

    The service lets users build simple forms-based apps from their iPad or iPhone, with an Android version promised

  • News: What to consider before signing up for Google Drive

    With Google reportedly looking to launch its GDrive service soon, would-be customers of cloud storage providers should consider several important questions about any service and their needs.

  • News: MIT and others launch a tech education revolution

    MIT and several other schools -- along with start-up Udacity -- have joined the open-education movement, which makes it easier for college students to access tech-related courses online. And it could revolutionize higher education.

  • News: CSC staff protest against compulsory redundancies

    CSC workers, who are members of Unite the union, will be protesting tomorrow over the company’s compulsory redundancy plans.

  • News: HP to build new printer manufacturing facility in China

    Due to incorrect information provided by a Chinese government agency, the story "HP to build new printer manufacturing facility in China" posted to the wire on April 18, misstated some information about the new manufacturing facility.

  • News: Amazon cloud accessed daily by a third of all 'Net users

    DeepField Networks, a cloud intelligence company operating in semi-stealth mode, offered up some eye-popping findings Wednesday about the breadth of Internet activity Amazon is now responsible for.

  • News: Game mechanics: The new leadership paradigm

    About two years ago I co-founded the Life Game Project (LGP). LGP is focused on using immersive online games to support learning the skills required to be successful in life. For learning to occur two things need to be present for the learner. Content, there has to be something to learn, and engagement, they have to want to learn. Traditional education does a great job of delivering content but increasingly it struggles to engage the learner. Games are experts at creating engagement and if you can use them to deliver the educational content then you can make significant progress on learning.

  • News: The 'new' globalisation and the CIO

    Globalisation is not a recent phenomenon, and yet it is still affecting the majority of organisations in one way or another. Given their unique pan-enterprise view, CIOs are increasingly being asked to drive globalisation initiatives for enterprises.

  • News: The road less travelled

    V. C. Gopalratnam believes "chief innovation officer" is a better title for today's CIOs.

  • News: On a merger mission

    "Our business is not just four DHBs (district health boards) but effectively we are delivering to many individual hospital departments and primary and community care organisations, working together around the patient," says Johan Vendrig, general manager information systems, at healthAlliance.

  • News: A merged CEO and CIO role

    Alan Grainer had been thinking of changing the direction of his career for some time.

  • News: Google gives Apache a SPDY boost

    As part of their effort to speed delivery of Web pages, Google engineers have released a module for the Apache Web server software that augments the basic protocols used for carrying Web traffic across the Internet.

  • News: Oracle quietly plotting ambitious cloud computing plan

    During a series of analyst briefings this week, Oracle has provided additional details of how it plans to play in the cloud moving forward.

  • News: The sorry state of federal IPv6 support

    U.S. federal government agencies must meet an aggressive deadline of Sept. 30, 2012, to deploy IPv6 on their public-facing websites, under an Obama administration initiative. But with less than five months to go, more than 99% of federal websites aren't supporting the next-gen Internet Protocol on their DNS, email and Web services.

  • News: SAP designs facility for 'agile' cloud application development

    SAP intends to become a major player in cloud-based software, and has been adopting agile software development practices as one means of reaching that goal.

  • News: Tuesday's Gmail outage broader than originally reported

    Google underestimated the scope and consequences of the outage that hit Gmail on Tuesday.

  • News: Verizon launches faster network for financial firms

    Verizon today launched a new low-latency network for financial services firms that can complete a stock trade between New York and Chicago in as little as 14.5 milliseconds.

  • News: White House raises concerns over CISPA bill

    The White House joined the growing chorus of voices expressing concern over the proposed Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) legislation that is scheduled for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives next week.

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