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Data breaches ‘will cost $2.1 trillion by 2019’
News
12 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Juniper Research warns costs will hurt SMBs the most

Internet usage doubles in 10 years, Ofcom reveals
News
12 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Those aged over 16 spend an average of 20 hours and 30 minutes online each week

Payments start-up Droplet crowdfunds £575,000
News
11 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

The mobile banking firm is offering a free alternative to transferring money through banks

Google 'to give Android users better security controls'
Rumours
11 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

Search giant may give mobile users better app permissions controls

RSPB deploys SAS tools to protect endangered species
Case Studies
11 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

The society throws Big Data into SAS to find the best way to save at-risk birds

Microsoft Edge: Say goodbye to Internet Explorer
News
11 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

Redmond strips out 220,000 lines of IE code for new browser, formerly dubbed Project Spartan

Uber ‘bids $3bn for Nokia mapping service’
News
11 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Forrester says taxi-hailing app would own customers' mobile data

Amazon's drone delivery might track customer location info
News
11 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

The service will use a person's smartphone data to find them and deliver even if they are not in a static location

Election results 2015: How did the polls get it so wrong?
Analysis
8 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

Were data analytics or the data responsible for predicting a hung Parliament?

Tories suffer privacy backlash over resurrected Snoopers' Charter
Houses of Parliament
News
8 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Privacy rights groups accuse Conservatives of sacrificing citizens' data rights after election triumph

SMBs welcome stability as Tories win general election
Analysis
8 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

But they urge greater focus on direct SMB spending

iPad Air 2 vs iPad Air: Reasons I'd buy the original
Vs
8 May, 2015
Khidr Suleman

Save over £100 with the iPad Air, whilst getting the same battery life and solid performance

LG G4 review: An eyecatching, understated G3 upgrade
Reviews
8 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

The LG G4 is a stylish smartphone that doesn't try to reinvent the wheel

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95% of SAP deployments 'vulnerable to cyber attacks'
News
8 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Customer and supplier records could fall into hackers' hands, warns Onapsis

NSA phone spying was illegal, rules US court
News
8 May, 2015
Jane McCallion

Patriot Act does not cover bulk data collection, says Court of Appeals

Samsung Galaxy S6 review
Reviews
8 May, 2015
Andrew Williams

Is Samsung's latest Android phone something special?

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Permanent IT staff demand reaches six-month high in April
News
8 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

A report by KPMG and the REC revealed IT staff ranks third out of nine sectors studied

Ex-staff pose massive risks to company security
News
8 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

A report revealed almost half of IT professionals have an active insider threat programme

IT industry needs problem-solvers, says Open University
Scientists at the University of Edinburgh have has a design breakthrough.
News
7 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

Universities 'should deliver value to employers by improving problem-solving skills'

50,000 sign up to BT Mobile
BT
News
7 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

BT’s burgeoning 4G network gets off to a good start as telco develops quad-play offering

Surface Pro 3 review: Everything you need to know
Reviews
7 May, 2015
Khidr Suleman Adam Shepherd Rene Millman

A great 12in display, flexible kickstand and decent keyboard make this a tempting 2-in-1

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Apple squashes WebKit bugs in latest Safari update
News
7 May, 2015
Jane McCallion

Three critical vulnerabilities in OS X web browser now plugged

The future of 4G: When will it be good enough?
In-depth
7 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

Adoption of 4G continues to grow, but barriers to speed and coverage remain

Trio arrested over alleged $10m sale of fake Cisco gear
Cyber crime
News
7 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Suspected counterfeiters linked to 40 shipments of fraudulent networking products

EMC World 2015: Tucci urges transition to digital future
News
7 May, 2015
Rene Millman

EMC chief outlines three key business requirements that must be addressed

Kaspersky blocks 2.2bn attacks in Q1 2015
News
7 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Mobile malware has risen by a third since the beginning of the year

IT staff stress levels rocket in 2015
News
7 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Survey by GFI Software presentes worrying results for employers and staff

EMC World 2015: '30 billion connected devices by 2020'
In-depth
7 May, 2015
Rene Millman

Storage firm predicts 44 zettabytes of data will be produced in five years time

Q&A: Kat Mandelstein
In-depth
7 May, 2015
IT Pro

We talk to PwC's social collaboration lead about the importance of effective communication and collaboration in business...

Labour's social media campaign relies on Stackla and MongoDB
News
6 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Database firm supporting social content with a day to go until election

TechHub Demo Night: May's most interesting start ups
News
6 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

We attended TechHub’s Demo Night, and here are three of the best start ups at the event

Nasty Rombertik malware could wipe your PC's data
News
6 May, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Cisco warns "nasty" Rombertik malware could wipe your hard drive if you try to get rid of it

How the EU plans to build a single digital market
Analysis
6 May, 2015
Nicole Kobie

European Commission wants to make a single digital market - here's why Nicole Kobie thinks they're right, but may need to go further

Intel launches faster, more efficient Xeon E7 range
News
6 May, 2015
Jane McCallion

Intel targets mission critical and big data workloads with Xeon E7 v3

HP says Autonomy revenue was wrong by 38%
News
6 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Ex-Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch responds by blasting lawsuit as "desperate search" for a scapegoat

Lenovo suffers another security blow
News
6 May, 2015
Nicole Kobie

IOActive uncovers fresh flaw on Lenovo laptops

Atlantis launches HyperScale all-flash converged appliance
News
6 May, 2015
Jane McCallion

SDS appliance will remove need to compromise on cost or performance, says Atlantis

Internet to exhaust UK power supplies by 2035
News
6 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

The energy needed to power the internet today is equivalent to the output of three nuclear power stations

Skype and Sky too similar, EU court says
Gavel
News
6 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

The court said it was likely people could be confused by the two brand names and Skype's cloud logo