Russia suspected as behind attacks
iOS 8 has now been installed on more than half of Apple devices, up four per cent in two...
Native MDM controls coming to Office 365 in 2015
Rogue exit node found to inject downloads with malware
A majority of financial firms will have a problem with five-year transaction retention period mandated by little-hyped A
A new survey suggests companies are backing up too much information.
The Information Commissioner's Office has urged local authorities in Scotland to be more careful after a signature
And automated telephone systems were rated the worst, according to a survey by EasyNet.
Survey of UK IT directors reveals startling proportion of companies either have no data recovery plans, or simply don
Demand for all-in-one devices capable of making calls as well as offering travel directions sees GPS integrated into Sam
Business lobbying organisation to re-engineer IT infrastructure as supplier Getronics faces takeover by Dutch telecoms g
The software giant signals the worldwide launch of its new communications portfolio.
Online gadget retailer installs server health monitoring tool in time for key Christmas trading period.
The mobile network giant says its next set of results will not match previous expectations.
Following a call from Ofcom, new firmware from VegaStream lets VoIP call 999.
Apple and resellers are now taking pre-orders for both the client and server editions of the new Mac operating system, w
Launch of Reflections 2007 delivers next generation of IBM mainframe terminal emulation offerings.
California's Centre for Environmental Health takes action on Greenpeace iPhone report.
House of Lords gives Brit accused of hacking NASA one last chance to fight extradition to the US.
Satellite information sharing group has provided data to help assess damage after disasters such as this year's sum
The Beeb signs a deal with Adobe to add Flash video streaming to the iPlayer service, providing a quick-fix to appease M
Increased competition seen as key to expanding coverage and availability of broadband across EU member countries.
A 1TB notebook drive and a 4TB desktop drive capable of holding a million MP3 tracks could be on sale by 2011, Hitachi h
Former internet giant planning massive staff cutbacks as owner Time Warner readies it for a sell-off or repositioning.
The Assets Recovery Agency shows the importance of information management systems, a parliamentary report has said.
Presentation Server deployment gives school two-factor authentication, speedier access to graphics apps and remote acces
The Health Protection Agency expects the results of its two-year study on Wi-Fi and WLAN to be "reassuring".
Sony Ericsson makes good on its promise to let other vendors buy into the Symbian-based mobile developer it bought last
Linux distribution lawsuit could be key test case in open source independence.
The mobile device giant has unleashed the latest multimedia handset in its Nseries lineup.
The company says the price tag proposed by Oracle last week isn't high enough.
New software platform will make it far easier to acquire parts and materials in the field, as well as reducing paperwork
One of the world's biggest book publishers is warming to Google's online book search project, which has been l
The Technology Exemplar Network will help fund users and providers of educational technology.
Data centre-in-a-box draws speculation of diversification into infrastructure network and mobile services.
Identity and access management roll out will consolidate multiple information sources, streamline access and provide pla
Teradata will keep it's focus on internal research and development, but won't say if acquisitions are in the p
Bug in Internet Explorer 7 at root of security problems relating to Adobe's Acrobat products.
The German-owned mobile network unveils plans for pay-as-you-go mobile broadband alongside its existing monthly all-you-
3G mobile network operator and market-leading consumer internet telephony provider set to collaborate on new mobile hand
Analyst warns that it is not necessarily the material loss caused by a security failure that will hurt, but the fines an
University of Manchester researchers and Teradata have teamed up to develop geospatial solutions to oil and gas industry
Offer values BEA at a 25 per cent premium on share price, but BEA stays quiet about Oracle's move.
Survey finds councils, boroughs and police authorities' mobile working and disaster recovery plans lacking.
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