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Microsoft’s next update for the Surface Pro 3 will address ongoing connectivity issues
Software giant rolls out Windows Server update following reports of exploitation in the...
Tesco has partnered with BT to offer fast Wi-Fi for some of its stores in the UK &...
Server software bundle known as 'Centro' to get public unveiling at next week's TechEd developer conferen
Flanders-based start-up is readying a new form of hosted storage and shared document workspace to compete with the likes
The chief executive and founder of digital map maker Tele Atlas spoke to IT PRO on the eve of TomTom's revised offe
New survey finds availability and speed thresholds high for web-enabled enterprise applications.
Rollout to over 30,000 mobile employees simplifies airline giant's corporate communications.
The mobile operator says its new product removes the barriers of cost and complexity for smaller players.
City council moves its 28-page form to the web to improve customer service and efficiency.
New report finds business longevity, reputation and ability to succeed hampered by lack of information availability and
Mobile players must think beyond SMS but mirror its success with the next killer app.
The software giant is investing £237 million into a Dublin data centre, it's first outside the US.
Following an internal investigation, Stuart Scott is dismissed for 'violation of company policies'.
Ministry of Defence drops millions on contract with Infonic for SharePoint-improving software.
The mobile operator is beefing up its employee ranks in preparation for Friday's launch of the iPhone in the UK.
Keen to build a base for technology innovation and excellence in the centre of Europe, Belgium's IMEC is investing
The forum's popularity grows as mobile operators sign up to develop Femtocell technology.
A recently deployed Lenovo supercomputer is already helping F1's last independent race team design faster cars.
Outlook + Services will provide blueprints to make connected Outlook add-ins easier to make and deploy.
Microsoft offers free Search Server Express 2008 product as it makes a play in the enterprise search market.
PC maker's new 'ThinkStation' branded product line is first since acquiring IBM's Personal Computing
Potential for fraud leads Land Registry to take documents offline, Leeds uses discovery to help with XP migration, and S
New survey finds online shopping growth hampered by UK consumers' experience of transaction problems and poor custo
Report by international business school INSEAD shows that executives have failed to properly assess the value of core so
Latest Nimsoft release targets large enterprises and extends compatibility to open source stack.
PC maker to pay $1.4 billion for storage area network specialist as key part of enterprise virtualisation portfolio.
After months of heated debate and hope of a Google-branded and Google software-based phone, the company has announced no
Holiday operator extends Accenture relationship with 10-year contract following its MyTravel acquisition.
HMRC admits CD containing personal data lost in transit may put pension customers at risk of identity fraud weeks after
UK insurer signs 10 year deal with T-Systems to outsource its print and IT operations.
Friday posting claims initial release candidate to be released before admitting a mistake was made.
Figures obtained by the Liberal Democrats show 150,000 under-16s on the government's DNA database.
BlackBerry maker offers new professional software designed specifically for small to medium businesses.
Texting volumes continue to grow according to the latest figures from the Mobile Data Association.
Researchers at Heise Security have said that firewall in Apple's newest OS was unable to prevent any incoming traff
Chief executive Steve Ballmer says £115 million investment in social networking site was an important investment.
Networking and software vendors join forces with the United Nations to launch a new website designed to raise awareness
Debian GNU/Linux was the first project to be deliberately modelled on the principles of distributed software development
Coding changes are to allow for features never envisaged at launch of online email service three years ago.
One of the largest IP CCTV deployments is being used to monitor fireworks to prevent accidents on Bonfire Night.
The fine print of Apple's latest OS user agreement makes subtle changes to allow for server virtualisation, but not
Connecting for Health's GP2GP system has now rolled out to 2,000 practices.
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