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Callcredit Information Group is overhauling its prospect databases in response to regulatory changes and new rules from the Information Commissioner's Office over electronic marketing to ensure they stay ahead of best...
A stampede to adopt cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms as well as a greater focus on analytics is likely to trigger double-digital growth in the worldwide software market in 2016 and 2017, according to a...
The days of password log-in could be numbered at Google after the company revealed it is testing a new scheme for users to access their accounts. According to reports, when users try to log into Google services, they...
SAP has launched an upgraded version of its Digital for Customer Engagement solution to enable organisations to better manage connections, reach more customers, and boost business insight. The platform offers a...
Accenture and Adobe have expanded their global alliance to boost digital transformation for a raft of businesses operating in financial services, healthcare and life science in Europe and North America. Under the new...
The full extent of the surge in companies using overseas cloud storage services has been exposed in a new report, which claims that more than a third (34%) of UK plc’s business data is located abroad, while three-...
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), the business division which launched earlier this month when the former HP split into two companies, is joining forces with Microsoft to offer cloud computing software services....
Free licences and training on a key data visualisation tool could help to drive a change in the adoption of data and analytics by charities, according to Emma Prest, general manager of Data Kind UK. “In general, a lot...
Salesforce has tried to take the spotlight off the launch of rival Microsoft's biggest upcoming service - the Dynamics CRM 2016 suite - by luring the man heading up the programme to front its own analytics cloud service...
The personal cloud market, dominated by vendors such as Dropbox, Google, and Apple, is set to be worth almost $90bn (£59bn) by 2020, as consumers rush to adopt cloud storage platforms. The forecast, from analyst house...

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