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Cisco UK CEO Phil Smith says the Commonwealth Games partnership will benefit both Glasgow and the company for years to come

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Ross Mason invented Mule to make development easier. As strategy VP at Mulesoft, he says don't taken anything for granted

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The deal beetween Apple and IBM signals a change in how large technology businesses approach competition, says Anne Cave-Penney from Capgemini

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Governments and individuals may want it otherwise, but Peter Judge thinks data will always find its way across borders

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The Glasgow 2014 team needed 2400 PCs, 520Gbps of bandwidth and 123TB of storage to deliver a successful Commonwealth Games, but it wasn't ready for the cloud

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Two medical students receive a $50,000 cheque from Microsoft after winning worldwide finals with an app that can diagnose anaemia

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A social network developed during telepresence meetings is fighting for the $50,000 Innovation prize

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IT Life: Storage Guy Adores A Vacuum

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Security vendor believes AETs are a serious problem ignored by the majority of its competitiors

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Don't expect users to act on the increasing greenhouse gas emissions their phones cause, says Peter Judge. It's an industry issue.

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