T-Systems and Huawei have been appointed by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) to design the pilot phase of the new Helix Nebula Science Cloud initiative, planned as a marketplace for cloud services for European scientific research.
BT has unveiled two new services for businesses that leverage EE’s mobile network and the cloud portfolio of its Global Services arm.
German consumers are underestimating security threats linked to their smartphones, even as their fear of institutional cyber attacks is at an all-time high, Deutsche Telekom has found.
HR services provider Randstad has selected BT to provide cloud connectivity to more than 3,500 of its sites across 37 countries in Europe, North- and South-America, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
Huawei has revealed that enterprises will drive cloud technology and that it only wants one percent of the associated digital transformation market.
Ericsson has won a deal to lead the implementation of a hybrid cloud infrastructure in Estonia.
Revenue from public cloud services will reach over $195 billion in 2020, more than doubling the current market size, according to new research.
BT has teamed up with Oracle to boost connectivity to the US-based company’s cloud service.
T-Systems has secured a deal with the Messe Berlin exhibition centre to provide a secure cloud-based solution for sharing large and confidential files.
Technology providers will increasingly be able to assume that their customers are using cloud capabilities as corporate "no-cloud" policies disappear, Gartner has said.
T-Mobile Czech Republic has won a deal to provide a hybrid cloud services to Switzerland-based cosmetics firm Oriflame.
Corporate strategies must not be developed with a focus on a single segment of the internet value chain, a new study has warned.
Swisscom has won a five-year deal to provide insurance company Swiss Re with a range of global cloud services.
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Deutsche Telekom’s new public cloud service has won a contract with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), while the operator has launched two new security services.
Deutsche Telekom has officially launched a public cloud service that it hopes will take the fight to Amazon and Google in Europe.
Ericsson and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are poised to form an alliance to create a number of new ‘cloud innovation centres’ with mobile operators and aid their digital transformation.
BSS vendor AsiaInfo has penned a strategic partnership deal with Amazon Web Services as it looks to offer public cloud-based services to operators.
The worldwide public cloud services market will break through the $200 billion (€185b) barrier this year, a new report has claimed.
BT has announced two new cloud contract wins with the European Commission.
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