Business users face a deluge of text ads to their mobile phones, predicts an industry analyst.
Michael Dell said his firm is on course to overtake HP as the world's top seller of PCs.
Matthew Swindells has moved on just months after taking over the job of leading the health services' IT upgrade.
Japanese firm Willcom says it will release the world's first Atom chipped phone by mid-June.
Analyst IDC to criticises the lack of maturity and cost effectiveness of tools to manage the growth of desktop and other client devices.
Infrastructure software provider provides enterprises with new tools designed for real-time policy management.
A report by the BBC has shown that half of London councils are having information management troubles, with some losing personal details while at the pub.
The coffee shops are set to make free Wi-Fi available to all of its customers from the beginning of next month off the back of advertising.
Cost cutting will drive the majority of software-as-a-service providers to use open source innovations in some way, the analyst firm has said.
Ethical financial organisation will team up with document management company in implementing an all-electronic mail system.
Application delivery company to take on VMware with platform it says will enable companies to more virtualise desktops and deliver them to workers in any location.
A security consultancy is warning corporates to ignore access controls and training at their peril as they loosen their grip on the network.
The new boss of BT, Ian Livingston, has hinted the company might cover the costs for fibre to homes, but not to the entire country.
Zach Nelson, the chief executive of NetSuite, chats about the changes the SaaS provider experienced after going public.
Software giant wants to exclusively purchase Yahoo, but still considering News Corp option, sources say.
The growing market for smartphones that support the latest web browser technologies will add to demand and lead to emerging software products, according to a leading market researcher.
The database and software vendor has issued a pre-patch notice containing 41 fixes that will be issued next week, including two critical patches for its database software.
The hotel management firm has kept its IT budget flat despite company-wide growth by focusing on green techniques to cut costs.
Database software company reveals how its own experiences with customers has given it insight to how the security landscape is changing for enterprise.
Big blue has claimed its Racetrack storage will replace hard disks and solid state drives in the next decade.
This week we discuss the loss of 370,000 HSBC insurance customer records in the post, EMC's purchase of consumer storage maker Iomega, HP's Eee PC rival, a new twist in the Microsoft Yahoo t
The Premiership football club has completed its migration to software-as-service (SaaS) email services, improving availability and security, while cutting administration time by 50 per cent.
The chip giant expects "netbooks" such as the Eee PC to see massive growth.
Yahoo looks at its options, EMC spreads it wings, and there is another serious data loss incident. Also, HP enters the budget laptop market, e-crime is on the agenda, and BT changes at top level.
VeriSign and Microsoft state the case for public identity services as crucial for trust online.
Despite moves to partner with AOL and Google, analysts still see Microsoft as the most likely to acquire Yahoo.
Attempts to criminalise private file sharing and ban individuals from using the internet have been dealt a blow a parliamentary vote.
If you want the power of a Windows mobile smartphone without the bulk, this compact handset should be on the shortlist.
HP details how to rebuild a data centre - after nearly completing its own refresh which it claims will save a billion dollars a year.
A report from security specialist Kaspersky forecasts a huge increase in the amount of new malware we are likely to see.
Agreement will see BT's wholesale division providing backhaul connectivity to Vodafone's mobile phone infrastructure.
Forget the 90-day rule, says IDC analyst - companies will be storing more data for longer, and much of it will be unstructured.
Cisco Systems announces a new line of data centre switches which it has inherited from the purchase of San Jose start-up Nuova.
The High Street retailer has signed a deal to revamp its e-commerce site, as one of its key trading channels, with a new software platform, consultancy and legacy integration.
The latest research into eco-friendly computing practices has found 'green' IT is emerging as a new priority for IT decision makers.
At the RSA conference in San Francisco, the IBM internet security general manager fires a stunning warning shot at vendors content to follow outdated security strategies.
New approach to security management based on information risk management gives IT more opportunity to add value to the business.
Logica has been appointed to develop information systems for the new Independent Safeguarding Authority Scheme for children and vulnerable adults.
Cisco claims the ACE 4710 has the most advanced application acceleration techniques on the market. Dave Mitchell evaluates.
New channels will be available online via its DSL broadband service, as well as via satellite for customers not covered by its IP network.