Monthly Archives: October 2016

Why does a Chapel stand firm at the centre of the Northern Powerhouse?

  Salem Chapel in Leeds was established in 1791 as a Dissenting chapel in opposition to the Church of England and has been a vital part of the city’s community for more than three centuries. The 19th century saw Leeds become an industrial powerhouse and in 1822 Joshua Tetley built a brewery meters from Salem … Read more

Top 10 facts you need to know about cloud economics

Cloud’s economic model is unique. Whether you are a cloud sceptic following a cloud-first mandate or are completely bought-in to the promise of agile infrastructures you must understand the sometimes counterintuitive cloud economics.  Whatever you are concentrating on you will almost certainly have to justify to your CFO the increase in Cloud spending. While the better speed … Read more

RCUK Cloud Working Group Workshop

Share your expertise in the application of cloud computing technology for the research community with other researchers and technical specialists. The RCUK Cloud Working Group and The Cloud for Research Special Interest Group exist to help researchers and technical specialists using cloud computing technologies and services to share knowledge and expertise. The Working Group is planning an innovative workshop focusing … Read more