A new survey of SOA customers has found governance is key to creating sustainable implementations.
Spam continues to dominate the corporate inbox in 2008, but social networks are being increasingly targeted with 'spear phishing'.
The UK smoothie drinks maker is using a managed order processing service to increase supply chain efficiency and support its growing European business.
BT has said the fibre network will be available to 10 million people by 2012.
With cybercrime on the increase, the black market has been flooded with stolen bank and credit card details, forcing criminals to sell the data for far less than normal.
It’s a low-key debut for Palm’s latest smartphone as the product is unveiled at the height of 3G iPhone interest.
The iPhone is more widely used to listen to music, check email and browse the web than other smartphones, according to new research.
As the MSI Wind lands, the final piece is the netbook puzzle slots into place. But how does it match up to its competitors?
The iPhone 3G gives cause for Apple to celebrate, despite some customers expressing frustration at activating their devices.
Outsourcing will dominate software and IT services in the UK telecoms market, driven by increased competition and price pressure, according to the latest market research.
Recommended by the Health Informatics Review, a 'mystaffspace' portal will help clinicians and other health services staff share information.
Wholesale broadband specialist Entanet will begin selling a ADSL2+ broadband service running on BT’s 21CN infrastructure.
An awareness campaign being launched this summer will test the new Trading Standards powers to investigate any unlawful use of business software.
The head of security for Cisco speaks to IT PRO about application security and solving the identity problem.
With the an explosion in demand for internet bandwidth, a new Swansea University study warns of a excessive demand on current global network architectures.
A server crash took out Transport for London's payment infrastructure yesterday, and left some people with damaged travel cards.
It's finally here but does it live up to the hype? We look at the iPhone 3G... and you can watch.
ClusterScale adds virtual appliance to its load balancer range with the launch of ClusterLoad ESX VA.
The vendor’s quarterly round of security patches looks set to focus on quantity as opposed to severity ratings.
Although wary of online shopping, UK users can be sucked in by a website which is simple and easy to use.
Seagate tops the terabyte record with it's new Barracuda disk drive.
A data sharing review has called for a new approach to raise people’s view of private and public sector companies’ ability to safeguard their personal information.
The UK’s largest insurer has sold its offshore IT operations off to Indian outsourcer, WNS.
It's the second coming of the iPhone, and this time it's 3G. Some say it's the ultimate phone, but is it truly fit for business?
This week's news - which to the despair of many, including our Staff Writer - is dominated by the shiny new 3G iPhone.
Different versions of the queues for the new iPhone this morning.
Research carried out at the application delivery vendor’s recent UK conference confirms an appetite for server virtualisation, but concerns about security.
Only three per cent of people recycle their mobile phones, finds global consumer study.
News Corp's owner doesn't think his company will be involved in any Yahoo deal, and is doubtful that Microsoft will work something out either.
Friday's launch of the 3G iPhone will not only excite consumer users, thanks to various software improvements it will also leave IT managers and business users with a tough choice to make.
The recent House of Lords cybercrime report urged new policies to improve data security. IT PRO looks at how business and law enforcement would be affected.
Latest sales figures for the once highly-popular ultra lightweight and ultra cleap laptop range have fallen short of expectations amid component shortages.
Travellers to the world’s busiest airport can now buy their train tickets online and have them sent to their mobile phones.
The waste management services firm has upgraded its WAN as part of a virtual network managed services agreement.
Korean manufacturer adds 22in DisplayLink powered monitor to its line up enabling easy addition of up to six additional screens.
Company claims lowest cost-per-GB pricing with open-source J4000 storage family.
Malware authors are taking advantage of Symbian’s popularity within the smartphone market by targeting users with a Symbian-based trojan.
Savings of up to 40 per cent in energy consumption being touted for data centre that will sit at the heart of an eco-friendly campus development.
Xandros has bought Linspire with a renewed aim of establishing Linux on the desktop, but neither has made the impact that might have been hoped for...
Concerns over data and user security blamed for the growing ban on the use of instant messaging in the workplace.