Annual global survey into open source software trends has found the UK is one of the frontrunners in terms of adoption.
Second-hand VPN kit sold on eBay for under a pound automatically opens a connection to Kirklees Council's private networks.
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The secret service agency is looking to social networking to find more diverse recruits.
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The UK foreign affairs ministry has admitted to leaving the majority of its PC estate on overnight, at an unknown cost to the taxpayer.
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In yet another government data breach, three hard drives containing personnel information were stolen from a military base.
ToughBook manufacturer will not be jumping on the netbook bandwagon, insisting it has no plans to produce a budget business machine.
In what's becoming a common theme among politicians, the European Commission is debating measures to make broadband available for everyone in the bloc.
And don’t believe hacking is a good thing - it’s one of the many myths and misconceptions that businesses have to dig through before finding what matters to them, the analyst firm has said.
A new body announced today by the home secretary will try to keep children safe online.
Panasonic to target ToughBooks at the UK consumer market, but will pursue different strategies in Europe and Japan.
Colour laser printing doesn't have to mean big, bulky workgroup printers. Enter the CLP-315 - the world's smallest colour laser.
Following the global press launch of Panasonic's new ToughBook range in Japan, the assembled journalists were taken on a tour of its manufacturing facility in Kobe.
At the global press launch in Japan, IT PRO got a chance to take a hands-on look at the CF-18.
A disk holding records on over 11,000 teachers has been lost in the post, echoing previous government data breaches.
The world's top handset maker looks ready to challenge Google and Apple with it's 'Tube' device.
Data reveals that around $140 billion worth of server performance goes unused annually, despite companies paying for the power to run and cool the machines.
New research carried out among UK CIOs has found they are running to stand still just to keep the lights on, while lacking business or board level support.
The need to collaborate on 802.11n and WiMax development coupled with current economic pressures is driving wireless technology companies together.
IT PRO got its hands on RIM's next BlackBerry, the mass-market Javelin smartphone, which is set to arrive in the UK in November.
Google Android is the big tech story this week, but the public sector has seen the government make moves with ID cards and NHS records.
Britain’s air traffic controller has blamed a data link failure in the systems controlling UK airspace for grounding aircraft across the country late yesterday.
Software maker's president claims Oracle is growing much faster than rival SAP.
Mobile phone networks edge ahead of Wi-Fi when it comes to surfing the web.
The software firm's chief executive believes tech firms and telcos will stay strong despite a struggling US economy.
Google Android and Nokia are looking to form important partnerships with the credit card network.
The bank has become the first to introduce a range of additional services via mobile, including account transfers and view balances, in response to customer demand.
Growth in cellular network use has exposed coverage problems for all the networks, but femtocells are unlikely to deliver the quick fix operators hope.
The Professional Developers Conference next month will be among the first opportunities for outsiders to see a pre-beta build of Windows 7.
Linux, Symbian and open source looks to be the future for Nokia as it approaches a head-on clash with Google.
The golden tech firm still has its shine, but competition from Microsoft and a falling share price have begun to tarnish things. Will the situation improve, or is the virtualisation leader in trouble?
System administrators have some work to do to patch vulnerabilities with the software that works with Cisco’s underlying network routers and switches.
Starting in November, foreign nationals will have to start applying for the controversial identity document.
Another burglary at a BT exchange has apparently hit users of the 21CN network in Stepney Green.
Internet innovator Vint Cerf has highlighted the need to switch to IPv6 before the number of available IP addresses runs out.
New executive class ToughBooks offer the latest generation Intel technology in a ruggedised chassis.
Security education group looks at new certification which will make sure software developers are doing the right things to keep out the bugs.