The Rugby World Cup is underway and many of the game's insiders will be monitoring the growing issue of concussion management.
Apps have become a cornerstone of digital businesses, which rely on them to ensure their systems meet the needs of employees and customers.
Hyatt Hotels has rolled out the Cohesity DataPlatform to modernise its back-up and recovery infrastructure, saving $400,000 since deployment.
In 2012, digital subscriptions at the Financial Times surpassed those of print for the first time.
As a research-intensive Russell Group university with around 22,000 students and 4,500 staff, the University of Exeter collects a lot of valuable information.
Rugby union is an extremely physical sport comprised of crunching tackles, rucks, scrums, mauls and line outs contested by enormous athletes.
Domo has had mixed fortunes since it went public in June 2018, surpassing analyst expectations but maintaining a high burn rate.
NHS Scotland is bringing together more than 100 different computer systems and 161,000 employees onto Microsoft's Office 365 and Windows 10.
Data science became the highest-paid IT profession in 2018, and is set for further growth as the tools and techniques become more accessible.
Workday is transitioning from an HR and business finance software suite into a full ERP platform as it aims to compete with Oracle and SAP.
The computer systems of FIFA have been hacked once again and the football federation is braced for more damaging leaks of confidential information.
Huawei has unveiled an AI strategy and a portfolio of supporting products built on two new microchips, designed for a range of deployment scenarios.
Whether Microsoft's growing embrace of open source and promises will be enough to retain the remaining GitHub users remains to be seen.