Craig Brittain, who ran a revenge porn website, has asked Google to remove urls of...
Google teams up with BlackBerry for Android-focused enterprise mobility push
Special mobile unit was set up in 2010 to steal encryption keys
Social forum will pull nude pictures if victims say they were posted without consent
Police in Wiltshire have signed on for a new £2 million mobile working system, to help them get back to basics of polici
Research reveals nearly two in every three have no processes in place to maintain data quality, despite recognising the
PC maker says the popularity of Linux-based machines has prompted it to add another laptop pre-installed with Ubuntu to
Local authority technology partners believe "homeshoring" - letting call centre workers work from home - can h
New business desktop is the first to use solid-state hard drive system, the firm has claimed.
Study reveals which UK banking operations are the biggest targets for spam and phishing scams.
The world's biggest annual rugby tournament gets business intelligence tools in renewed technology sponsorship deal
Research reveals that online retailers lack knowledge of consumer and need to improve if they are going to compete effec
The PC maker and software giant become the latest companies to release products that benefit U2 singer Bono's (Red)
Fujitsu Siemens suggests that most data centres will be automated in the next four years, creating a need to retrain IT
Manufacturers have shipped more than 10 billion processors designed by the British chip company.
Research reveals that only 15 per cent of smaller businesses have an effective IT strategy that allows them to compete w
The Ministry of Justice has confirmed it is missing four CDs containing personal details of witnesses and victims involv
Despite trumping its previous best-ever quarter, Wall Street marks down shares in the Mac maker after its profit forecas
Leaked documents show the controversial identity card scheme has been put back three years, until after the next electio
While Indian IT services companies continue to grow, their rising popularity is not without challenges, particularly in
GIS supplier and ScottishPower sign contract in a bid to improve customer service.
As poor data quality becomes an increasing problem, companies are advised to recruit information professionals that can
US iPhone carrier unveils the first dedicated business tariff for Apple's smartphone, but will O2 follow suit in an
New electronic systems to streamline document management will provide foundation for administering the workflow and coll
While the relationship between users and vendors of business process management (BPM) technology has improved, problems
EMC launches its Fortress, with a new online backup system expanded for enterprise use.
Research findings show that directors and employees need to strike a balance between productivity and keeping the fair u
Partnership will see the two companies working together to develop virtualisation technology, sell solutions together, a
The latest wireless technology will provide the University Hospital with a mobility infrastructure to support safer and
The Windows maker acquires specialist in graphics technologies for virtualisation as it continues to strengthen its prod
The government has ordered devices to stay in the office unless they're encrypted after the MoD admits two more lap
Michel Robert, managing director of Claranet UK, talks about his role in implementing the company's strategy and dr
Security vendor's latest hosted endpoint security services expand portfolio to prevent malware from infiltrating co
Project Atlantic to form basis for joint software product development that will integrate Lotus Notes with SAP Business
Freelance IT professionals aren't concerned about their job security, new research has found.
A new qualification is being piloted at UK universities to help IT professionals boost their skills and climb the career
Sun Microsystems has purchased MySQL and released Java under the GPL.
IT PRO charts the on-going problem of large public and private sector bodies failing to safeguard sensitive business and
The data warehousing vendor launches new patent-pending data engine to cut data modelling and automation time for BI rep
Sales figures for Apple's iconic smartphone miss O2's reported targets for the first two months of sale, missi
Maker of software applications used within sites such as Facebook secures new investment as value of social networking c
The information commissioner has called for the public sector to finally learn its lessons on data protection following
Japanese electronics monolith moves struggling semiconductor business into a new division as it tries to distance the bu
A study has said that half of sixth form teachers consider copying from the web a major problem, with as much as a quart
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