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Microsoft today must deliver on expectations that have been mounting since the sluggish start of Windows 8 eight months ago, analysts said.
EU guide helps governments avoid vendor lock-inA new European guide aimed at avoiding IT vendor lock-in could save the public sector more than €1 billion a year.

Cloud providers offered cut-price data centre hosting to serve customersCompanies can be surer in getting what they're being promised by cloud data providers thanks to a new service offered by Virtus Data Centres.

Scientists have discovered a solar system with three super-Earths that could possibly hold liquid water, meaning they have the ability to support life.

CIO 100 leader Myron Hyrcyk joins Joanna Smith from the NHS to debate the challenges and opportunities mobility offers organisations
if reports are accurate, Facebook may soon be where smartphone and tablet users can get the latest news from around the world.

Gartner today downgraded its estimate of Windows' 18-month future, saying that Microsoft's platform will take a hit this year, then rebound in 2014 at a more muted pace than it forecast two months ago.

U.S. officials Monday testily asked the Russian government to expel fugitive document leaker Edward Snowden, who arrived there Sunday after spending several days in hiding in Hong Kong.

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