10 inventions & discoveries looking to change the world

Analysis & Insight 7 Jan, 2015 Khidr Suleman

From turning sewage into water to the development of the hoverboard. What have we got to look forward to?

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IT Pro's Top Products of 2013

Analysis & Insight 25 Dec, 2013 Khidr Suleman

We roundup the best smartphones, tablets, laptops servers and software.

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Xbox One gamers gripped by “zombie flu”

Analysis & Insight 22 Nov, 2013 Khidr Suleman

Microsoft has you covered if you’re planning to bunk off to play with the Xbox One

New Mac Pro: Is Apple back in business?

Analysis & Insight 24 Oct, 2013 Stephen Pritchard

Apple's new workstation could signal a return to a high-end professional market that has felt neglected by the iPhone maker of late.

Business printing: A4, A3, or 3D?

Analysis & Insight 3 Oct, 2013 Stephen Pritchard

Falling costs and smaller kit are driving adoption of 3D printers. Soon businesses could buy them as readily as photocopiers.

HP thinks beyond the PC era

Analysis & Insight 7 Mar, 2013 Stephen Pritchard

Executives at the world’s largest computer company are looking to the future, and are calling the end of the PC generation.

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Christmas puddings, and Raspberry Pi

Analysis & Insight 20 Dec, 2012 Stephen Pritchard

Inside the Enterprise: Tech's greatest achievement of 2012 could yet turn out to be a tiny, cheap computer.

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Raspberry Pi: What's in it for business?

Analysis & Insight 19 Apr, 2012 Gareth Halfacree

The £29 micro-computing marvel has finally shipped, and we investigate the potential business benefits that it could deliver in the UK.

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Intel: security inside

Analysis & Insight 11 Apr, 2012 Stephen Pritchard

Inside the enterprise: Intel has announced new chips that integrate security and data protection functions. Will this solve one of IT's bigger headaches?

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HP restructures... again

Analysis & Insight 22 Mar, 2012 Stephen Pritchard

Inside the enterprise: This time, HP will merge its PC and printing divisions. Has the world's largest technology company found the right strategy this time?

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Will someone rid me of these troublesome Macs?

Analysis & Insight 2 Feb, 2012 Stephen Pritchard

Inside the Enterprise: Apple now sells more PCs than HP or Dell. It is time IT departments dropped their opposition to the Mac?


2011: The year in news

Analysis & Insight 28 Dec, 2011 Tom Brewster

We take a look back at a year which saw corporate carnage, industry in-fighting and the passing of an industry legend.


BYOD: Old or new, good or bad?

Analysis & Insight 23 Dec, 2011 Steve Cassidy

Steve Cassidy looks at the increasingly popular topic of bringing your own device to work and ponders whether it will take off, or whether it already has.

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Technology: out of stock

Analysis & Insight 15 Dec, 2011 Stephen Pritchard

Inside the enterprise: Manufacturers are only now starting to feel the impact of the Thai floods and Japanese earthquakes. IT costs could rise as a result.


HP PCs back on the menu with Dellish plans

Analysis & Insight 8 Nov, 2011 Tom Brewster

HP will be sticking with its PSG group, as it casts its net far and wide. Can it manage?


Thin clients aren’t the future – BYOD should be

Analysis & Insight 27 Oct, 2011 Tom Brewster

Thin clients are really for special use cases, but BYOD is ripe for widescale deployment. Here's why...


The rise and rise of ARM

Analysis & Insight 19 Oct, 2011 Mike Jennings

ARM is a British success story, but where did it come from and where is it going? Mike Jennings talks with the company's execs to find out...

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Michael Dell: Back from the brink?

Analysis & Insight 18 Oct, 2011 Tom Brewster

In late 2010, Michael Dell didn't have the full confidence of shareholders. Has he turned things around over the past year?


Should Dell be so smug about HP ‘turmoil’?

Analysis & Insight 13 Oct, 2011 Tom Brewster

Dell may be happy about HP's problems, but the latter could have the last laugh, whether it leaves the PC business or not.

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All that's fit to print

Analysis & Insight 4 Oct, 2011 Alan Lu

What's the future for cloud printing and webOS printers? HP's printer boss shares his thoughts with us.