Leading banking union calls for the merging banks to axe overseas processing and IT jobs ahead of UK redundancies.
Data security is a big topic these days. We take a look at the Buffalo MiniStation PRO and Fujitsu HandyDrive 500GB, both of which are designed to keep your data safe from prying eyes.
Four female execs have accused the firm of systemic sex discrimination, saying Dell operates an "old boys network".
Mobile operator’s new small business division adds new products to the menu.
Special money-saving deal launched for existing customers.
The lost memory stick was encrypted, but still lead to the Government Gateway website being shut down.
Exec signed non-competition agreement limiting his work options, IBM has claimed.
Three months after a much-hyped launch, search engine Cuil is still chasing Google as it looks to bring more innovation into online search.
The security giant plans to cull some of its global workforce.
IT PRO celebrates (if that’s the best word) the birth of a threat that changed the face of internet security forever.
A mobile device and portal project is helping to improve a variety of council services, saving time, money and mileage.
Mobile giant is trying to make unhappy customers happy again.
Tonight’s CCTV regulatory deadline could catch out firms with legacy CCTV systems expecting effective police response to incidents.
The vendor’s third-quarter results deliver on prior revenue warnings, missing analyst expectations for the third straight quarter.
Bill Gates may have gone, but Microsoft still has the ability to make the IT community sit up and take notice.
Web giant extends 99.9 per cent uptime promise from Gmail to Apps.
The latest beta of the web giant's browser sees security fixes and performance improvements.
BlackBerry’s first clamshell phone, blending consumer styling with business features, makes its way to O2.
Things are looking bleak for Motorola the rest of this year and next, forcing it to delay plans to spin off its mobile phone business.
It’s make or break time for the Google and Yahoo deal as pressure from US Department of Justice threatens to put the kibosh on tie-up between the two internet companies.
Richard Thomas made some very important points about the concepts of information and data, with BT’s chief security technologist in agreement.
The economy is hitting employment opportunities in IT, according to Parity.
Initiative designed to reduce companies overall carbon footprint and earn itself green brownie points from governments.
Healthcare students and staff have new networked facilities, LaserBand optimises patient identification and West Sussex transforms to save money.
Intellect trends analysis finds widespread use and acceptance of outsourcing that is unlikely to be adversely affected by current financial instability.
A new cybercrime report shows that the rise in e-crime shows no signs of abating.
If you’ve ever been worried that hackers could be intercepting your online transactions, IBM could soon have the answer.
CERN is relying to SOA-based monitoring software to provide key alerts on the technical infrastructure underlying the world’s largest physics experiment.
The latest market research predicts a strong pipeline of outsourcing deals, but warns that buyers are slowing or deferring projects in response to the gloomy economic outlook.
The cost to large enterprises in recovering from an attack rises, according to an annual report on the impact of internet applications on business.
Monitor manufacturer keeps prodding fingers and germs at bay with strengthened protective screen.
The T-Mobile G1 featuring Google’s open source Android system went on sale in the UK today.
Move over Oyster, the mobile phone wallet could soon be here.
Merger could be on the way between Yahoo and AOL, further sticking the boot into Microsoft after its rejected bid for the search company.
Project aims to make it easier to work with and integrate microformats into applications.
Analysis: What will the future hold for Microsoft’s cloud computing platform and what does it means for developers.
Small businesses envy the tech that larger firms can afford, a survey has suggested.
Suppliers have welcomed the government’s mandate to roll out smart meter technology by 2020, but questions remain over who will pick up the bill.
NEC delivers a blade server solution to SMBs and shows that this technology doesn’t need an enterprise price tag.
Data loss can be one of the quickest ways to bring a business to its knees. So why aren’t more people concerned about keeping their files safe and secure?