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Drastic decision to spin-off Kyndryl will end waning run in IT services
President and former Red Hat head Jim Whitehurst leaves in management shake-up
The ‘Data and Technology Forum’ would help co-ordinate how member states tackle issues from AI to cyber security
IT group sees enough ‘green shoots’ to restore financial guidance, however
Ex-Goldman Sachs president named vice-chairman of computing company
A kitchen table business grew to £18m annual turnover
Sophisticated operation likely to have been backed by a nation state
Shares jump 8% as restructuring heralds new era for computing giant
A new commercial launch promises to deliver progress in this fiendishly complex field
The trimaran Mayflower is one of the initiatives aiming to revolutionise maritime transport
Tech group’s CFO says customer confidence is ‘correlating with the curves of the pandemic’
Hackers for hire, making Lemonade’s IPO, the joy of sets
You can transform the direction of your working life with some small steps
Customers cut back spending to deal with coronavirus crisis
When this is all over, there is likely to be a new social contract. Which way will we go?
Researchers keen to use the technology without sending data to the US
Move threatens to cast shadow over short-term rental company’s road to IPO
Tech giants promise to develop new technology in way that protects the rights of all people
The company has been unforgivably slow to take a leading role in a $1tn market
IBM replaces Rometty, Amazon in its Prime, Tesla protests, Hisense Roku TV review
Arvind Krishna has already pushed group to catch up with cloud computing leaders
IBM has named a new chief executive to take over from Ginni Rometty
Successor Arvind Krishna will become the fourth Indian-born head of a prominent US tech group