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Olympic Countdown: Game theory

BT is the official communications services partner of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Jason Stamper talks to Howard Dickel - who is...

Networking

Published 18 July 2012

Converged storage: Come together

Can data centres reap the benefits of virtualisation or move towards private cloud computing with ageing storage environments? Jason Stamper reports

Storage

Published 11 August 2011

Happy birthday, Big Blue

IBM celebrated its centennial recently. To mark the occasion Jason Stamper spoke to the company's UK and Ireland chief executive, as well as its...

The Boardroom

Published 08 July 2011

Q&A with John Thompson, Virtual Instruments CEO

While CEO of Symantec, John Thompson took the firm from $600m to $6bn. CBR asks him why his next move was to head the networked storage and...

Virtualisation

Published 06 July 2010

The Techies of the Noughties

CBR’s editorial team here unveils its choice of the 20 Most Influential Technologists of the Decade. Jason Stamper picks through the wreckage of a...

Published 04 January 2010

CBR desktop virtualisation podcast: IBM's Virtual Client expert

In this podcast, CBR editor Jason Stamper talks to Chris De Vere, IBM x86 Modular Systems, about the rise of virtual desktop solutions, whether or...

Desktops

Published 09 June 2009

Cloudy skies?

Jason Stamper looks beyond the ‘cloud computing’ hype to ask what it really is, and just as crucially, what it is not.

Published 01 June 2009

Central Station: the rise of the CMDB

Interest in the configuration management database (CMDB) is helping to drive a wave of interest in business service management, or BSM. But is...

Published 25 March 2009

Is the Enterprise Ready for Cloud Computing?

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the IT waters, yet another beast emerges from nowhere to potentially baffle and confuse -- cloud...

Business Intelligence

Published 29 October 2008

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