Jane McCallion reports from the fourth day of the San Francisco IT Press Tour.
Jane McCallion reports from the second day of the San Francisco IT Press Tour.
Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive and Box.Net:the four biggest names in cloud storage, do they work out for SMB use?
IT leaders need to start working in favour of the information explosion rather than against it, warns Mark Samuels.
A series of outages at online services serves as a reminder of consumer services' fragility.
It's brought cloud storage to the masses, but is Dropbox a lifesaver or a threat? Simon Brew has been taking a look...
Davey Winder investigates how to best protect enterprise networks and data while embracing BYOD, cloud and virtualisation.
Apple's pioneering App Store has changed the way consumers buy software. And businesses are following.
Technology vendors come together to make clouds, not war. But where does that leave customers?
Inside the Enterprise: A new service will allow civil servants to use Microsoft Office as a cloud computing service.
Microsoft's RDCMan is a gem of a tool. But you have to look hard to find it, as Steve Cassidy found out...
Adobe is moving its professional Creative Suite software to a rental-only model. How will that affect business users?
Research by Gartner suggests employees may be forced to buy their own IT. This may cause business more problems than it solves.
Office 365 for Business has now gone on general release. Should Google be worried?
Inside the Enterprise: A combination of BYOD and legacy software is bringing firms' applications strategy to breaking point, a consultancy argues.
Inside the enterprise: A study by Forrester finds that the drive for cloud computing continues to come from lines of business, not IT.
The arrival of cloud computing means CIOs change their approach to procurement. What strategy works best?
Last year saw cloud make its way into the enterprise, but talk of a year of the cloud may be misguided, argues Maxwell Cooter.
The cloud is about more than just data storage and 'anytime/anywhere' file access. It's also increasingly being used as an enterprise disaster recovery tool.
The former CEO of Wyse, who sold the client computing firm to Dell, takes time out at Dell World to talk to IT Pro about his new role and what the future holds.
Obama shuns iPhone on security grounds
HTC 'One Mini' faces UK ban
RBS blames IT failures on "decades" of underinvestment
Amazon trials drone delivery service
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