Sportswear retailer Nike has partnered with Juniper Networks to connect its data centres as part of a global private cloud network.
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Twitter is preparing to launch an ecommerce platform that will enable users to purchase goods directly through the site, according to reports.
A quarter of large global organisations will appoint a chief data officer (CDO) by the end of the year, a Gartner analyst has claimed.
JP Morgan has warned 465,000 customers using its prepaid cash cards that personal information may have been compromised after it was targeted in a cyber attack earlier this year.
Businesses will find access to customer data become more restricted in the next five years as consumers become more wary of handing over personal information, according to an Ernst & Young survey.
Several banks have been targeted in cyber attacks in the past six months, highlighting the vulnerabilities of their complex IT systems.
Rapid adoption of technology in the workplace has transformed the way people work and led to large gains in productivity, according to a Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) report.
The OpenStack community needs to keep focus on its original goals to drive enterprise adoption, according to Rackspace VP of Technology and Product Beighton.
HSBC customers were unable to access online banking and ATMs for a short period of time on Friday due to a ‘mainframe issue'.
The information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has taken further action against Google over the collection of wifi data, demanding the deletion of data gathered by Google Street View cars.
Security enhancements outweigh potential risks around storing data in US servers as the Houses of Parliament implements its public cloud strategy.
Cyber attacks have risen to the top of the list of threats for UK banks according to Bank of England's director of financial stability, Andrew Haldane, but understanding and management of the risk is still at an "early stage".
Nationwide Building Society has rolled out anti-skimming technology on a number of its ATMs to protect UK customers from card fraud.
Enterprises need to work collectively with both law enforcement agencies and industry competitors to respond to the rising threat posed by hacktivist and state sponsored attacks, according to BSkyB's head of cyber security.
Information security managers need to better align themselves with company business goals help embed security practices in an organisation, according to speakers at InfoSec 2013.