Technology firms are usually praised for innovation. But sometimes, it's best to get the basics right.
Adobe is moving its professional Creative Suite software to a rental-only model. How will that affect business users?
Could better engagement between tech vendors and schools solve the UK's IT skills crisis? JoVona Taylor reports.
Research by Gartner suggests employees may be forced to buy their own IT. This may cause business more problems than it solves.
Inside the enterprise: If IBM sells its server business to Lenovo, it will further prove the money is not in hardware.
Inside the enterprise: Smartphone users are being encouraged to wipe their handsets before selling them on. Businesses should follow suit.
A multi-million pound initiative is showing how smart technologies can solve cities' problems.
A good computing-based degree is no longer enough to bag a career in IT. JoVona Taylor finds out why...
Inside the enterprise: A staggering proportion of SMB IT spend might be wasted. Is IT being mis-sold?
Windows may have dominated desktop computing for the last two decades, but the shift to mobile has favoured Apple, not Microsoft.
We take a look at some of the ingenious designs that were showcased at PA Consulting's Raspberry Pi event.
London is running short of data centre space. Is the answer to head to the ‘burbs?
Love or hate the term, Big Data is here to stay. We run down the key facts and debunk the myths...
Is BYOD necessarily the panacea that some suggests? We explore the disconnect between the theory and reality.
Firms are under pressure to do more with less and users’ thirst for the latest gadgets is only exacerbating the situation…
Inside the enterprise: The US President has called in tech CEOs for a pep talk on cybersecurity. Will it affect business?
BlackBerry claim the Z10 will help the firm shed its uptight image, as it fights to win back the enterprise.
Executives at the world’s largest computer company are looking to the future, and are calling the end of the PC generation.
Cyber crime is big business and exploit kits represent one of the most critical security challenges facing the enterprise today...
With MWC done for another year, Stephen Pritchard flags low-cost smartphones and 5G as areas of interest for CIOs.
TfL to switch from Microsoft's Bing service to Google Maps
Samsung Galaxy S4: Top 10 tips
IT Pro report: The enterprise threat landscape
Yahoo confirms $1.1 bn Tumblr acquisition
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