An already crowded market has a new competitor, as Adobe unleashes its new flash based media player which has integrated commercial functionality.
A few challenges remain before mainstream adoption of solid state disks (SSDs) will be possible, but IDC is optimistic the technology will see strong growth in enterprise markets.
Small to medium sized businesses in the UK have the chance to get their hands on Microsoft's enterprise CRM solution on a per-user, per-month cost basis.
New UltraSparc T2 Plus based servers claimed to outperform competing x86 systems on enterprise class applications, including Java, mail and databases.
A major report on business crime shows just how much cybercrime has grown in the last four years and how current law enforcement is failing to deal with the problem.
The information systems and storage vendor makes strategic acquisition of the Zip drive creator to break into consumer and small business markets.
Critical patches that the software giant warned were affecting its latest Vista and Server 2008 operating systems have been released as part of its 'Patch Tuesday' cycle to address vulnerabi
But going green isn't just about being good, as energy costs and risks are driving companies to consider their efficiency.
VIA processor powered HP 2133 Mini-Note budget laptop is aimed at the education market, as more Eee PC rivals hit the market.
Although e-learning is increasing in use, most businesses are failing to support employees in using it properly.
Following in the footsteps of software virtualisation success, a new survey has found the storage virtualisation market is poised for growth.
It appears that the boardroom needs to buck up its ideas about data loss prevention fast, as some industry experts call for data breach failings to be punished with jail time.
"Positive and ambitious" spending indicators from European companies surprise analysts, who are predicting strong growth in the hosted applications market in the next 24 months.
The latest Symantec security report reveals that everyday trusted web sites, rather than obvious targets like banks, are now the prime target of hacking and data harvesting activities.
Slump in sales prompts the chip maker to drastically reduce staff numbers in an effort to cut costs and reduce capacity.
Ian Livingstone, currently running BT Retail, to take over as chief executive, as current boss Ben Verwaayen steps down after six years in the job.
The coffee chain says its service will help to capitalise on the one in four workers who regularly escape the office to work in coffee shops, according to BT business research.
UK businesses are looking to increase their investment in mobile technology to stay compliant with the latest piece of legislation to take health and safety responsibilities beyond the workplace.
A new employee survey carried out among a number of the UK capital's firms has found information is buried and so hard to get to, it is challenging productivity and operational effectiveness.
A new survey has found growing understanding of the importance of software testing, but that inadequate training and practices is still costing businesses significant amounts of money.
In a surprise clarification of Yahoo's position on the unsolicited takeover bid from Microsoft, the Yahoo board states that its issue is with the value placed on its business, not the potential b
IT professionals now have the chance to go face-to-face with the malware threats they deal with on a regular basis.
Use your smartphone as a handy system administration tool - whenever and wherever you are.
Another banking giant has lost confidential customer details, in an incident that mirrors the HM Revenue and Customs data loss of 2007.
Organisations that admit to being frequently hacked outsource large chunks of their code, a report claims.
The regulator confirms that valuable spectrum suitable for wireless internet connectivity and other data services will be sold off this summer.
Jury rules against the Windows maker, awarding a multi-million dollar damages settlement to the telecoms maker.
Our first podcast for 2008, we discuss the announcements from Intel's developer event in China, mobile phone news from Las Vegas, computer museum problems in Swindon and success for Microsoft in
The latest major updates to its core product set, Windows Server 2008 and Vista SP1, are set for patches in next Microsoft's next security bulletin.
Broadband networks in the UK are simply not good enough to give the connection speeds providers are advertising.
Cheltenham council boosts e-doc management, GP2GP sees a hundred thousand transfers, and Milton Keynes rolls out children's software.
But it only extends its concession to the XP Home version, to capitalise on the emerging market for cut-down, low cost PCs.
Training camps teach IT workers the ways of the hackers who infiltrate their companies' systems thousands of times a year.
Embedded chips to dominate mobile broadband product development in the coming year.
The Midlands's Trust has signed a multimillion-pound deal to overhaul its networks using Cisco technology.
The chip company has made some spectacular claims about its new solid state hard drives.
The Conservative leader has said his party would create modular IT projects, rather than massive ones like the NHS IT upgrade.
But they will soften slightly in the US as economic concerns continue.
The tech firm will use the Second Life Grid to host private areas of the virtual world on its own servers for security reasons.
IT PRO has all the big stories from IDF in Shanghai, CTIA in Vegas and more in a busy week for the tech world.