Charlotte Trueman

Staff Writer

Charlotte Trueman is a staff writer at Computerworld. She joined IDG in 2016 after graduating with a degree in English and American Literature from the University of Kent. Trueman covers collaboration, focusing on videoconferencing, productivity software, future of work and issues around diversity and inclusion in the tech sector.

Intel to build $700M sustainability-focused R&D lab

Nokia launches SaaS services to tackle energy consumption and home device management

Nokia launches SaaS services to tackle energy consumption and home device management

Nokia has launched two new software-as-a-service products to help customers improve their energy efficiency and manage smart devices.

Cohesity launches FortKnox to protect data from ransomware attacks

Cohesity launches FortKnox to protect data from ransomware attacks

The data management vendor is adding strong data isolation and recovery capabilities with its latest software-as-a-service release, FortKnox.

Google Cloud launches Media CDN based on YouTube’s network

Google Cloud launches Media CDN based on YouTube’s network

Google Cloud has launched a new content distribution network which combines YouTube’s global network infrastructure with developer tools and machine learning-powered analytics.

Cisco pushes for more recycling of its used gear

Cisco pushes for more recycling of its used gear

Cisco is launching two sustainability initiatives aimed at reusing or recycling all of its hardware that's at end-of-use.

Intel suspends all operations in Russia

Intel suspends all operations in Russia

The chipmaker becomes the latest technology company to halt business in Russia as a result of the ongoing war in Ukraine

Microsoft launches Azure VMs powered by new Ampere Altra Arm-based chips

Microsoft launches Azure VMs powered by new Ampere Altra Arm-based chips

The new virtual machines can deliver up to 50% better price-performance than comparable x86 processors, according to Microsoft.

AWS commits to two year, £1.8B data centre investment in the UK

AWS commits to two year, £1.8B data centre investment in the UK

The cloud giant will build new data centre capacity and create 1,500 apprenticeship roles over the next two years in a renewed UK investment pledge.

Review: 6 top videoconferencing services put to the test

Review: 6 top videoconferencing services put to the test

We compared Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, Google Meet, BlueJeans, and GoToMeeting in real-world tests to see which videoconferencing platforms perform best for business users. Here’s how they stack up.

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