Google starts rolling out Android Lollipop - but be warned if you're thinking about...
Microsoft’s next update for the Surface Pro 3 will address ongoing connectivity issues
Software giant rolls out Windows Server update following reports of exploitation in the...
Tesco has partnered with BT to offer fast Wi-Fi for some of its stores in the UK &...
Hard drive maker will change its packaging and offer $7 refunds to customers following a legal challenge that it oversta
High-street phone retailer expects a stampede for the iPod-based iPhone smartphone, when it goes on sale in Carphone, O2
Politicians and the Information Commissioner himself weigh in on order to delete minor criminal convictions, despite con
Marks and Spencer has signed up with managed services from Logicalis to handle networks for their offices.
A new survey has found IT decision makers are managing multiple outsourcing suppliers despite major overlap between the
Mac users face an onslaught of targeted malware through forums and pornography sites that can remain undetected on their
The €2.3 billion offer trumps €1.8 billion offer from rival TomTom back in July, with the market expecting a bidding war
Financial services companies are still preparing for the new MiFID regulations, which come into force in the UK today, b
The Ministry of Defence spends £17 million on testing, Tameside and Glossop NHS opt for single sign-on, and London counc
ICO orders four Police forces to delete old criminal convictions, but governing agency defends right not to reply pendin
University of Southampton has reported the highest increase in undergrad enrolment in computer sciences in five years.
Cisco announces its new $10 million I-Prize, a competition searching for fresh business proposals.
A new initiative aims to target untapped resource of female IT workers not using their skills.
MP3 files posing as pop music clips show that spammers are trying new ways to lower people's guard
Project Oslo kicks off as Microsoft makes a raft of announcements to boost its stake in service-led architectures.
Government housing agency initiates IT transformation with new £7.5 million, three-year managed services deal.
Sportswear manufacturer migrates to fully IP-capable telephony system to improve communications responsiveness and flexi
IT contractors are losing faith in the financial services sector in favour of boom markets like construction and the pub
Stockport College has chosen Alfred McAlpine to help them design the "college of the future" as part of a mass
PC maker posts loss after completing internal investigations to make it compliant with stock exchange listing requiremen
A gang of malware propagators is using Halloween to lure PC users into responding to malicious spams, warns a security f
Bank turns to business analytics company SAS to provide new platform for analysing transactions and detecting potential
Infortrend take the wraps off the first small form factor RAID subsystem, offering SAS-to-SAS and fibre channel to SAS d
St. Bernard Software releases new, on-demand reporting to enable mix and match IT security provision.
Condor Ferries opts for Torex Dynamic Retail System to better analyse its retail and hospitality sales.
An image of a stripping woman is being used to get unwary PC users to answer spam messages.
Apple's latest operating system has sold more than two million copies since its Friday launch.
Botnet operators are turning their attentions away from just recruiting consumer PCs, and are finding new ways to infilt
With many vendors now backing InfiniBand as the best way to simplify data centre management, doubts are being raised in
Whether re-using or migrating away from legacy applications, skills emerge as a key consideration.
New products for the mid market will offer enterprise-grade LTO tape and disk as well as low power consumption normally
New Symbian, Internet and business handsets unveiled by the phone maker.
New research says that many organisations are facing serious consequences from poorly filed information being passed aro
House of Lords committee says the government is "putting its head in the sand" with its approach to internet s
New addition to VIF line brings SAN disaster recovery features to smaller organisations such as automatic failover and f
Data centre managers target new strategies to better manage and reduce the growing complexities of today's IT infra
Minister for schools and children Ed Balls praises new IT diploma, saying it will help keep the UK competitive.
User panel at SNW Europe outlines the realities of what can be done to minimise the power and heat impact of storage in
An error with flight information screens left travellers confused after the time change on Sunday.
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