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Broadband Expert finds that the average speed of UK mobile broadband is half as fast despite its initial findings
Companies are told they are "sitting on an IT jigsaw" puzzle that can only be solved by bypassing the ripping and replacing of whole new systems.
IT is more likely to innovate than other company departments, but UK business could do more overall to promote new ideas.
The chip firm is to release it's first desktop 45nm quad-core Phenom soon.
A IDC study has found a lack of internal IT expertise is not discouraging mid-sized firms from increasing their IT investments ahead of their large enterprise counterparts, but that they are less ambi
The retailer's travel subsidiary is doubling its use of voice technology in its warehouse to build on past success with increased stock accuracy and productivity.
Although the software giant's ultimatum to reach a deal to acquire the internet company has expired, it seems the stalemate is set to continue with neither attempting to negotiate.
A new report by the European Commission has recognised that payments fraud online is on the rise and pledged to do more to promote technology protection measures, as well as enforce related legislatio
Not everyone needs to scan up to 60,000 items a day. But if you do, Canon's ImageFORMULA DR-X10C is up to the job.
The head of the committee of public accounts has said MPs enthusiasm is not matched by a "commensurate level of understanding".
Although the credit crunch will be a factor, IDC estimates that outsourcing will continue to drive the Western European IT services market.
A new in-store mobile system helps French Connection UK manage stock transfers, markdowns and lookups.
Chipmaker hopes to increase appeal to businesses with new stability program.
Formula One motor racing is using Linux to help shave another fraction of a second off a lap time.
The number of new tech openings at investment banks has fallen, but the rest of the financial sector is keeping steady.
The company insists that there were no vulnerabilities specific to Windows which could have allowed a massive database attack affecting over half a million web pages.
Surf brand looks to deduplication for backup and disaster recovery for 57 terabytes of data across five European sites.
Dell and other manufacturers are telling Vista-phobic buyers to exercise their "downgrade rights" to keep the older Microsoft operating system.
Water company collaborates with three leading IT companies to create a cost-effective development programme.
Scottish hospitals use RFID for asset tracking, Newcastle opts for e-records and a Glasgow regeneration group battles spam.
All the rest of the big stories from one of Europe's biggest security conferences.
The banking group is to roll out process adaptive technology software enterprise-wide to track process change.
The mobile phone manufacturer has reported growing losses, as handset sales drop off by almost half year-on-year, while analysts our cold water on recovery plans.
SanDisk divulges details of a new USB flash memory stick which could quick and easily virtualise the corporate desktop without the need to be online.
Software giant aims to teach adults to work more proficiently with computers as study shows children have the upper hand.
Despite increased revenues, new server launches and 140 million copies of Vista sold, the software giant's year-on-year quarterly income fell, causing its share price to drop in after-hours tradi
North American buyers heading to India for IT services could have grave implications for UK firms.
This week, IT PRO brought you all the news and reports from the Infosec 2008 show, as well as coverage of a rather timely data breach, the Eee PC's expansion, and more.
Codenamed 'Hardy Heron', the latest version looks to make adoption as easy as possible.
Microsoft's troubles in Europe are far from over, as Neelie Kroes, The EU competition commissioner, has warned. We review the past and future options for Microsoft and the European Commission.
The five-year, multi-million pound deal lays the groundwork for the flooring retailer to receive upgraded voice, data and mobile networks.
In the longest running Private Finance Initiative contract of its kind, Capgemini will continue to work with Croydon Council for the transformation of its local government services programme.
More than half of businesses have suffered data breaches in the last year, with the law now making encryption a necessity.
Nearly a third of IT professionals have kept their New Year's resolution to look for a new job, according to a new survey.
The hardware and software giant has raised speculation about its relationship with chipmaker Intel after buying a US semiconductor company for a reported $278 million in cash.
An advertising collaboration between the two search firms has drawn the attention of the US Department of Justice on anti-trust concerns.
Data breaches and cost savings are causing IT departments in public sector organisations to realign their IT priorities for this year, but mobility and flexibility compound concerns, according to new
A surprise change to the Infosec schedule sees a top Met Police officer outline how the new Police Central e-crime Unit will work - and how much money it will need.
Chief information officers' grasp of broader business issues has improved in the last two years, according to a new survey.