The two have teamed up to add space and speed for those using notebooks on the move.
An enterprise level UTM appliance that combines tough firewall and IPS functions with strong anti-spam and web content filtering capabilities.
It was Google’s month with its new browser and mobile operating system, but we also see the first government ID cards as we start autumn.
Windows Cloud will be announced in four weeks with a "snazzier" name, alongside details of Windows 7 and Office on the web, according to Microsoft's chief executive.
Although the overall outlook for IT spending looks glum, it may offer new opportunities for the security industry.
The telecoms provider has been found in breach of the Data Protection Act when it lost a disc holding the unencrypted bank details of some customers earlier this year.
Orange’s newest offer includes the usual download speeds of up to 8Mbps and free customer service calls.
Documenting the development of open source software is key to keeping it easy to use, but some disagree on its necessity.
Home Office and Met Police have gathered £7 million to launch a new Met police e-crime unit.
A deal to re-engineering key processing systems is expected to help verify media circulation figures more efficiently and quickly.
The device, which boosts speeds by filtering, will be given away free to ISPs by BT Wholesale.
It might be late to the party, but Virgin is hoping to wow mobile broadband fans.
Data loss incidents caused by employees accessing unauthorised applications and websites, a new survey has shown.
Trial will see summer hit Iron Man pre-loaded on some new PCs in the latest effort to boost sales of desktop computers.
And don't expect a Microsoft-made handset either, according to chief executive Steve Ballmer.
Cisco shows off its new Connected Urban Development programme, which lets workers stay out of the office and closer to home.
The software giant is updating its volume discount purchasing terms for large enterprises.
Joins group of chipmakers looking to take on Intel with 32 and 28 nanometer systems.
New ways of working mean that data is increasingly being carried over the web and network security must evolve to keep pace.
Gartner says organisations lack the entire complement of skills needed to run BPM projects.
Allowing people to natter on their mobiles while sky high is a very bad idea indeed, according to IT PRO readers.
Following a USB stick amnesty, Lancashire Care Trust has rolled out a secure system to help prevent data breaches.
The software giant's chief exec Steve Ballmer has warned that spending will dry up.
A quarterly speed ranking has mobile operators leading the speed rankings, but falling short of advertised 8Mb speeds.
The tiny new tech family will start being used to make faster chips for phones and other gadgets by early 2010, TSMC has said.
Connecting for Health reveals the challenges of a massive data encryption project that is currently being rolled out by McAfee.
The £17 buy was a bargain, as the memory card held photos and other data about suspected terrorists.
Operators and leading IT companies are supporting a mobile broadband push backed by the GSM Association.
It’s out with in-house and in with strategic partnerships for the mobile giant.
As mobile handsets become more powerful and download capabilities become
much faster, the future may see hackers attacking smartphone-based wireless vulnerabilities.
The analyst says the term “cloud computing” is causing market confusion.
Annual global survey into open source software trends has found the UK is one of the frontrunners in terms of adoption.
Second-hand VPN kit sold on eBay for under a pound automatically opens a connection to Kirklees Council's private networks.
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The secret service agency is looking to social networking to find more diverse recruits.
T-Mobile is the first mobile player to bring Android to the masses, but will it be enough to tempt business users?
People can be the biggest danger in the fight for businesses to keep their systems secure.
The UK foreign affairs ministry has admitted to leaving the majority of its PC estate on overnight, at an unknown cost to the taxpayer.
Mobile working and virtualisation could boost security - this and other insights on the past, present and future of IT security from Gartner research vice president Jay Heiser.
In yet another government data breach, three hard drives containing personnel information were stolen from a military base.