Ernst & Young IT security expert urges firms to consider BYOD as a way off Windows XP.
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Intel today officially launched the next generation of its Centrino mobile platform, formerly code named Santa Rosa.
A failure to properly secure company wireless network points allowed thieves to hack into its network and access key dat
Cheap ADSL broadband services from ISP and telco rivals, falling telephone revenues plus the on-going fallout from its f
When faced with a computer failure, 70 per cent of office workers try to fix the problem themselves before asking for he
Version two of Google Analytics receives worldwide rollout, as well as a stack of new features including email reporting
Telecoms giant and the company behind Java will collaborate to create platform for multimedia apps, using Java as its ba
Leading analyst predicts the market for virtualisation will increase from 540,000 last year to four million in 2009.
Santa Rosa is here and PC and laptop manufacturers are ready, willing and able to deliver products based on the new inno
The computing giant is beefing up its Latitude range in response to user demand for more solutions that meet the variety
Intel partnering with open source operating system developer for low-power release
Telecom operator's new Internet and television service hopes to reach millions by 2009
Online retailer to buy way out of Big Blue's bad book; deal includes cross-licensing arrangement
Open Grid Forum in Manchester points to the business world as it tries to prove that grid computing model isn't jus
As users start to spend more time travelling or visiting clients, they're showing stronger cravings for work.
There are a lot of dangers that threaten to engulf an organisation's infrastructure, but which threats should IT pr
Contactless payment system to be rolled out by Visa Europe and MasterCard beginning this September.
Study shows that work outside of traditional hours adds as much to the economy as the total annual output of London.
Laptop with 26,000 names, addresses and National Insurance numbers of workers at Marks and Spencers is stolen from print
Policy checks carried out on the appliance will lessen load on network, according to vendor.
MSN Hotmail's successor is now available in 36 languages following beta testing with more than 20 million users.
Traffic shaping will result in as many as five per cent of Virgin's cable broadband having their downstream bandwid
A combined travel and payment card from Transport for London, Barclaycard and Visa works, a trial has found.
New data centre for search giant to be sited near Belgian city of Mons.
The retail giant has extending an existing relationship with Xansa, who will manage the company's applications from
SillyFD-AA worm spreads from USB flash drives and looks for other removable devices to infect.
Reports of buyout talks have air of familiarity about them; may be all smoke, no fire
Linden Lab customers petitioning the company to improve its massively multiplayer world with haste
Experts warn that security could be an afterthought as companies try to comply with new European financial markets direc
Payout service for money transfers will allow users to receive a bar code on paper or electronically, have it scanned in
New report from Fortinet finds BankFraud.E and Phishbank.BGU accounting for 16 per cent of all malware in April.
$40.7 million cash acquisition brings together two leaders in COBOL technology.
Laptop contained names, addresses and bank account details of 10,000 NHS workers.
Services such as Skype benefit from multi-million pound investments in infrastructure made by mobile operators yet make
New storage appliance offers Raid 5 redundancy and up to 3.75TB of capacity
South Oxfordshire District Council to use SMS to alert registered users of the results of today's polls.
Analyst firm points to multicores, avatars and power to set the scene for IT future.
In the second part of this feature series, we look at how you can harness Bluetooth to work for your business and identi
Bloc to examine use of privacy enhancing technologies to battle identity theft and surveillance, the commission has said
UK legal expert claims that efforts in the US to combat the growth of spyware are unlikely to influence European moves t
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