Google and Microsoft dominate list of Britain's most highly regarded business brand names, showing increased importance of technology to the public.
A partnership between Cambridge University and Nokia bears fruit, with the concept design of a 'bendy' mobile phone using nanotechnology principles.
PC maker hails the X300 as the world's thinnest, "no compromise" laptop, a pointed swipe at rival Apple's MacBook Air.
The UK energy distribution network operator has vowed to fight back against the £41.6 million issued by Ofgem over alleged anticompetitive metering contracts.
New laptops receive memory and Penryn-based processor improvements, while the high-end MacBook Pro gets the Multi-Touch trackpad from the MacBook Air.
HP StorageWorks 4400 Enterprise Virtual Array will cost a fifth less than other high-level SAN boxes, the company claims.
The search engine specialist is teaming up with telecoms operators in the US and Japan to build an underwater data link to sustain growing internet traffic between the two continents.
Revamp of desktop products and an increased focus on integrating virtualisation at the hardware level seen as key to the future plans for the virtual computing giant.
European retailers must capitalise on electronic data in their back-end systems and convenience in customer-facing channels to capitalise on future technology developments.
Construction giant is looking to achieve 20 per cent in cost savings by handing IT services delivery over in a £30-million deal.
The virtualisation vendor's first annual European user conference has played host to the launch of four new virtual machine management products.
New research indicates that phishers never give up - they just move on to weaker targets, and VoIP users look like the next victims.
The drive maker is the third manufacturer to announce a half terabyte drive for notebooks and other portable devices.
Just over a year after the seventh version of Microsoft's web browser hit the streets, the next version has gone ito closed testing.
As talks of a potential acquisition of Yahoo continue, one executive at the Windows maker publishes a message to employees of both companies concerned about their fate following a successful takeover.
BT builds on existing relationship with pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca with big money contract to become the latter's global network partner.
In our second interview with Mark Shuttleworth, the man behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution, we discuss issues of interoperability and the learning curve associated with switching to Linux.
Analysis: With a study showing the average cost of a data breach is £47 per record compromised, high profile public sector data losses, such as the recent CD loss at Revenue and Customs, will likely c
Sitting alongside the likes of Java, Adobe's new application environment allows developers to create tools that will work across Windows, Mac and soon Linux systems.
Given that high-speed, next-gen broadband is critical to our future economic success, the government has launched a review to investigate potential barriers.
New research lays out the cost of a data breach in the UK, and finds most such incidents are caused by lost laptops or other devices.
BT, Orange and T-Mobile have all won radio spectrum suitable for wireless internet in the regulator's auction.
Research claims that ATMs are susceptible to hackers because of their PC based operating systems and inadequate firewall protection.
Business social networking comes to the BlackBerry set.
Analyst advises retailers to ensure they fully understand how consumers will use their mobiles to shop as tech barriers fall, but consumer challenges remain.
Report shows that the malware code is becoming more intelligent and dangerous as it goes international, crossing language and cultural borders.
The government has agreed to accept the recommendations of a Deloitte report which has called into question the security aspects of the ContactPoint database.
Three of the world's leading social networking sites have received a painful lesson in reality, as they experience sharp drops in users.
Expert takes to the stage at conference to demonstrate security flaws in RFID credit card technology.
Recent pilot offers children staying in Sheffield Children's Hospital free calls phone calls, satellite and freeview and internet access using custom 'bedhead' system.
Princeton university has shown that common laptop disk encryption products for Microsoft, Apple Mac and Linux operating systems can be easily overcome.
A new phishing attack appears to be taking advantage of people's desire to be compensated after their records were lost last year.
Weather balloons could bring wireless service to regions not accessible by traditional means.
The finance sector loses an unencrypted laptop once again, but this time the company involved escapes with a slap on the wrist and a warning not to do it again.
The largest online UK property website is using customer experience management software to enhance the visitor experience and increase agent leads.
Major software providers accused of imposing unfair licences on computer users as well as confusing them with lengthy legal jargon.
The software giant has promised to be more open and share information about its top products in a move toward greater interoperability.
North Yorkshire Police save £9.7 million with new software, an NHS trust cuts waiting times with real-time reporting, and text messages are being trialed in the fight against obesity.
Get FREE weekly newsletters from ITPro - delivering the latest news, reviews, insight and case studies.
Dennis Publishing Editorial Offices
30 Cleveland Street
London, W1T 4JD
T: +44 (0)20 7907 6000
© Copyright Dennis Publishing Limited.IT Pro is a trademark of Felix Dennis.