Hackers threaten terrorist attack against cinemas playing Sony's 'anti-North...
Former Royal Opera House CTO will devise digital strategy for both Houses of Parliament
Vince Cable accuses air traffic control centre Nats of "skimping on large-scale...
NHS patient data collecting scheme comes under fresh scrutiny in new report
Two disks lost in internal post system contained personal and banking information for millions of people who have receiv
Project to modernise lottery operator's back office systems following the renewal of its operating licence moves to
The Lord of the Rings West End show employs mobile technology to launch first commercial, 100 per cent mobile ticket ser
Incident data collection system does away with need for mobile computers, providing cost-effective alternative for insur
Business users to benefit from roaming deals and and wide coverage of Wi-Fi hotspots in restaurants, pubs, airports and
Support subsidiary's management team resigns amid ongoing Oracle lawsuit, while parent SAP suggests its sale may be
The head of HM Revenue and Customs has quit after discs containing details of million child benefit claimants were lost,
Surrey is expecting to save £300,000 after streamlining its book procurement, Birmingham is using recycled IT for social
EU investigation into the cost of videotape sees €75 million in fines levelled against the three media manufacturers for
The 15-year project will supply a superfast network to help keep Welsh businesses competitive.
Innovation online will be throttled unless investment in infrastructure is boosted significantly, according to a new rep
Electronic book will allow users to download electronic content straight to the device via wireless, with books, newspap
Improved offer from Dutch sat nav maker TomTom proves too rich for the US-listed navigation specialist.
Over half of UK workers surveyed in a new study said they delete email without bothering to read it.
The British Internet Broadcast Company has deployed an IBM system by OCF which lets it expand by hundreds of terabytes i
The rail operator's new booking system is on track to launch later this month.
November '07 update for on-demand CRM application makes widgets and a revamped end-user interface available to boos
Web search company has pledged to give half of its ad and commission revenue to the Woodland Trust to plant trees.
Poor configuration is leaving DNS servers open to attack, but overall the system is growing and modernising, according t
When security specialists talk about IT security and threats, they normally have technology in mind.
A European Commission and United Nations University study has shown that virtually no small appliances - such as tech ga
The computing giant has its eye on SaaS player Everdream as it continues on its mission of simplifying IT for its custom
Flexible working benefits outweigh better pay, according to survey of IT contractors.
Alfresco seeks to take advantage of Facebook's popularity by building in its enterprise tools.
Kindle reader thought to be released next week, with Wi-Fi connection, but no backlighting.
A survey by Sophos has show that half of computer users will use a wireless connection which isn't theirs.
Eduserv calls for museums to properly licence their content, Bucks fire service uses e-forms on mobile devices and Falki
Alfred McAlpine network lets Piccadilly retailer be flexible with payment systems.
The National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers has called for the government to review laws on protec
Financial management firm Numis Securities is quick to streamline wireless network access management and exploit integra
Targeting market leade with big push into small business accountancy space.
The Information Commissioners' Office is looking to make fine those who knowingly or recklessly flouting data prote
The chip maker takes the wraps of new graphics line-up.
A study by the Information Commissioner's Office has shown most people know they have the right to see information
A major UK study of customer satisfaction rates telco and TV operators as the worst performers and discovers a backlash
Government announces that half of £1.2 billion in funding for technology to boost border security will go to Raytheon-le
The European Commission will be looking into Google's proposed £1.4 billion takeover of online ad firm DoubleClick,
The mobile operator's bank balance is looking quite healthy at present.
Automated tracking and proof-of-delivery systems speed fulfilment, improve accuracy and increases customer services leve
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