The IT industry remains doggedly optimistic - with most IT companies planning to maintain or increase headcount over the next three months. According to Hudson ICT it may signal even more of an end-user move to outsourcing and cloud computing.
HP is having another crack at cloud computing, announcing that from May 10th it will progressively roll out an infrastructure, then platform as a service public cloud. It will couple this with tools to allow enterprises to build their own internal clouds, and offer a range of managed cloud services.
Recently minted financial services business ClearView had wanted to put a link to its website on its recently released mobile app. But Apple, which hosts the app on iTunes, wanted to take a clip of the ticket on any insurance that was then sold.
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