The internet search and software firm's first quarter results far exceeded analyst expectations, allaying fears its rate of growth would weaken.
The UK's largest shared Health Informatics Service expects to save significant costs and improve delivery to 25,000 users with new flexible e-learning courses.
The software maker says it is to make a third service pack available for its current SQL Server product, despite the pending release of its 2008 version.
The operator is set to launch a USB stick based mobile broadband for £20 a month as it becomes final network to join the fray.
Watchguard offers up an all-in-one security appliance for the more ambitious SMBs. We examine its features ease of use to see if it measures up.
Eduserv project links up ten local authorities with information cards for added security.
Corus, a steel producer primarily based in the UK and the Netherlands, has signed a massive deal with Capgemini UK to outsource its IT in the UK as well as India and Poland.
The software-as-a-service (SaaS) vendor claims to have launched the first and only on-demand, real-time subsidiary management and consolidation tool for midsized companies.
The financial services technology market faces declining budgets and only offshore providers will benefit, according to new research.
An error in the NHS Choose and Book electronic appointment system has sent patients to the wrong meetings and delayed an upgrade.
The police force has created its own application to help publicise appeals for information and which allows users to report crimes.
Shipments of PCs around the world in the first quarter of 2008 show that although the US has been modestly affected, sales around the world go from strength to strength.
The watchdog is considering using existing waterworks and energy infrastructure to deploy fibre networks.
Remote workers could be putting their organisations at legal risk by looking up porn or illegal websites on a company laptop.
The supermarket chain has renewed its entire till estate, allowing it to fully use chip-and-pin security.
New research predicts a ten-fold increase over the next few years in the number of consumers using mobile banking services.
Google famously builds its own servers out of commodity PCs and custom-designed power supplies - could its strategy be right for your data centre too?
Analysis: The launch of the One World product by NetSuite underlines not only the company's desire to make SaaS more relevant to large enterprises, but a concerted effort by the whole industry to
The majority of IT leaders doubt a recession - if it happens - will hurt the sector or lead to cuts.
Reduced spending in financial services IT is causing a rush of panic in UK-listed software service companies.
The supermarket giant comes out top in online shopping survey overall, but fails when it comes to reliability.
A strong euro and business restructuring have hit Fujitsu Siemens Computers' revenue, but profit grew 15 per cent.
We take a quick look at the latest budget laptop from Asus - the Eee PC 900.
Carphone Warehouse's broadband company misses subscription targets in the fourth quarter, despite free laptop offer.
The next generation of the popular Eee PC is set for release on 1 May, but we've got an early look.
Despite a fall in net income, the chipmaker claims it has had a successful first quarter, with 2008 looking good thanks to the Atom.
The UK's largest retail chain of garden stores is saving 25 per cent on call costs using a new audio conferencing web interface.
XP's final service pack is set for release on 21 April, according to leaked reports.
The DIY retailer is producing more accurate store staff schedules with a new workforce management software.
NEC is rolling out a £3.5 million biometric-controlled methadone dispensing system to 100 English prisons.
The battle for the low-cost laptop market space has become serious as manufacturers from Asus to HP are starting to duke it out.
Deals for consumers spur rumours of a new 3G model from Apple.
Europe's largest independent reseller launches web-based IT procurement service for smaller firms and considers services push.
Organisations are not following vital security guidelines when it comes to the supervision of remote workers.
The hard disk manufacturer has made good on its promise to sue solid state drive manufacturers.
Malware disguised in pro-Tibet movies includes a keylogger linked to Chinese hackers.
Civil Service in Northern Ireland invests £6 million in computer security to avoid being the next HMRC, Southampton hospitals use technology to cut waiting times, and Shropshire gets web services for
The Safari browser on the iPhone is claimed to carry a vulnerability which could be carried by spam mail or SMS.
Second-generation Eee PC introduced to combat rivals, offers larger, higher resolution display, increased memory, and multi-touch control pad.
Handset uses Near Field Communications to allow users to make payments, receive tickets and get other data by waving or tapping their phones.