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.
The designer label is in the process of updating its entire IT infrastructure to support its growth strategy.
Linux will soon present a serious challenge to incumbent smartphone OS software vendors, research suggests.
The UK retail bakery chain has embarked on a nationwide roll out of new routing and scheduling optimisation software.
Anti-virus vendor confirms users will never have to pay for upgrades.
The UK-based Formula One racing team said it has found one heterogeneous product to back up its multi-platform storage environment.
The telecoms giant intends to vastly reduce its carbon emissions by 2020.
The chip maker confirms it's about six weeks behind on the Atom, which is in high demand for cheap laptops.
The internet search engine unveils its new service that will provide quality search to any website with the flexibility of cloud computing.
The seventh annual OLAP survey has found those vendors that dominate the market, like SAP, don't necessarily deliver the value they promise.
Hosted enterprise software provider makes its first acquisition since floating, bolstering its professional services division.
A new report shows nearly 50 per cent of IT pros work during their holidays.
So-called 'nettop' devices to benefit from a two-year stay of execution for its previous version of Windows.
The Aspire One is Acer's take on the Eee PC low-cost laptop, but it all sounds a bit familiar.
'Carpet-bombing' interoperability flaw leaves Windows users open to malicious attacks when using Apple's Safari browser, the Windows maker claims.
The 901 and 1000 feature bigger screens and eight hours of battery life, Asus claims.
New research has confirmed that technological advances enabling UK people to work on the move benefits the national economy to the tune of £9 billion a year.
News reports have claimed that Apple is set to allow subsidised iPhone sales in July.
The PC manufacturer has extended its commitment to the DeviceVM open source stack, embedding a lightweight OS for rapid boot ups.
More mobile working for UK police, Lancashire upgrades networks with Thus, while the NHS has been told to go with IT to cut carbon.
Intel is set to unveil at Computex a new wireless technology called Wi-Fi PAN.
A scheme which would allow national ID cards to be used across Europe for the use of public services is launched.