What’s the best cloud storage for you?

Posted by - February 3, 2020

​[sg_popup id=”1″ event=”onload”][/sg_popup] Free and cheap personal and small business cloud storage is everywhere. Here’s how to decide which one is right for you. In 2007, Drew Houston, Dropbox’s CEO, got sick and tired of misplacing his USB drive, so he created the first personal and small business cloud storage service. It was a radical

Lufthansa selects Google Cloud as strategic partner

Posted by - January 24, 2020

The Lufthansa Group has selected Google Cloud as its strategic partner to optimise operational performance and minimise the impact of irregularities on its passengers. The aim is to build a platform that will suggest scenarios to return to a stable flight plan in the event of irregularity so that passengers still arrive at their destinations

SAP in three-year cloud partnership with Microsoft

Posted by - October 22, 2019

Business software group SAP said on Monday it had reached a three-year deal with Microsoft to help its large enterprise customers move their business processes into the cloud. The partnership, called “Embrace”, will help clients to run operations hosted at remote servers supported by SAP’s flagship S/4HANA database, new Co-Chief Executive Officer Jennifer Morgan said

Google Cloud looks to Looker for greater data analytics – but with the multi-cloud focus

Posted by - June 14, 2019

Late last week, Google announced its intention to acquire business intelligence platform Looker for $2.6 billion (£2.05bn) in an all-cash transaction, with Looker joining Google Cloud upon the acquisition’s close. For Google Cloud – whose bill is chump change compared to what Salesforce is outlaying for Tableau – Looker represents more options for customers looking

Microsoft opens data centres in Africa with intelligent cloud services

Posted by - March 7, 2019

Microsoft has announced the opening of its first data centres in Africa, with the general availability of Azure from the new cloud regions in Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa. This makes Microsoft the first global provider to deliver cloud services from datacentres on the continent, which will help companies securely and reliably move their