The high street department store chain is outsourcing its data exchange processes to reduce administrative burdens and increase supply chain accuracy.
Rolling out next-gen broadband could cost the government some £16 billion - and more than the benefits the deployment might bring.
A Home Affairs report has called on the government to guard against a "surveillance society".
Eight new products from CA build out the IT management software firm’s platform to help IT organisations reduce costs and manage risk.
New report details how adaptable and well-organised the current breed of online criminal have turned out to be.
But Apple's iPhone is catching up on RIM's BlackBerry, a report from Gartner has said.
Is the small USB drive that’s resident in many professionals’ pockets these days actually housing a major security threat? We investigate…
The software giant has said it will patch a variety of operating system and software components in its round of monthly patches due next week.
The last day at work for Microsoft chairman Bill Gates is just days away, and reports have emerged of long-running rifts with senior executives.
Designing for women isn't just about making a device small and pink, according to Intel.
Last week, we asked for your thoughts on the Eee PC and the big market for small laptops.
Cheap laptops are in the news again as Computex in Taiwan reveals the new Eee PC and its growing band of competitors.
Ofcom looks to make use of spectrum freed up by the switchover to digital television.
With Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) starting on Monday, speculation is rife that the iPod maker will unveil its long-awaited 3G iPhone.
The UK will lose its global competitiveness if government and industry don't work together to battle the problem, a report has said.
Research shows that IT slowdowns and data entry tasks hurt productivity at contact centres.
Despite previous reports, a new study shows the number of mobile workers is decreasing.
We talk to IBM as it celebrates 25 years of its seminal database.
Mozilla takes wraps off new Firefox release candidate and doesn't rule out an RC3.
While most people want to hear about data breaches, industry would rather it be kept quiet, a set of surveys has revealed.
Revenue from external disk storage revenue totals Â£2.2 billion for the first quarter of last year, Gartner has said.
Consumers are continuing to shop online during the economic slowdown despite evidence to the contrary on the High Street according to a new survey.
Department for Work and Pensions sees work behind the scenes using ECM and CRM solutions to speed up benefit applications.
The multichannel bookmaker has installed a whole disk encryption platform for better security.
Version 8.6 offers combined data management and data quality infrastructure, while the next release will focus on ease of use.
IT PRO looks at how free and open source software is helping academics, researchers and scientists gain a better understanding of space and time.
Can HPs's 2133 Mini Note tempt people away from Asus' updated Eee PC 900. Read on to find out.
After launching its own version of the Eee PC cheap laptop, MSI has announced a cheap desktop.
Confusion over customers' broadband line speeds prompts new guidelines from Ofcom.
But their downloads are hurting enterprise bandwidth, a new survey has shown.
Spam is at its highest level since the start of 2007, with free web hosting increasingly targeted.
Cable TV company uses Informatica to drive customer service improvements.
Demand for next-generation wide area wireless technology set to generate huge sales of WiMax components by 2011.
Chipmaker tells IT PRO that new platform will be 'game changing'.
Findel Direct modernises its IT architecture to pull its different brands together, leaving it better placed to focus on customer service.
New chief executive plans a shake-up at the French-owned mobile phone operator.
A deal with a payment processing firm has sparked speculation the firm is to launch its own branded checkout service.
New release of data management software promises a "unified and open" tool set and aims to close data value gap.
The link up will enable an encrypted connection between Apple's iPhone and VPN-1 gateway.
The London toy retailer has been updating its IT systems in preparation of exporting its brand overseas.