The vast majority of UK students believe knowledge about technology is necessary to landing a decent job - good thing so many of them have their own computers, then.
The building and DIY retailer's use of online recruitment software is paying dividends that will help in its ambitious store expansion programme.
Zend's recent successes and partnerships with Microsoft, Rackspace and others may be signalling that open source programming language PHP is ready to take on Java in the enterprise market.
Ovum's David Mitchell has said the Open XML battle features "decent orderly protestors and nutters".
New mobile technologies will enable maintenance teams to complete more jobs per day and deliver a more effective service to the Nottinghamshire association's tenants.
Inchcape Shipping Services has used Cisco to help centralise its services, helping to cut its IT footprint by 85 per cent and boost its networks by 50 per cent.
Five-year deal to supply community nurses with mobile technology follows a pilot that demonstrated savings of more then £400 per week per clinician.
A British company has developed a potential answer to preventing high-profile laptop data losses, using mobile phone signals and a built-in 'self destruct' function.
The business secretary John Hutton has said further legislation on the right to flexible working could cause trouble for companies.
Release candidate 2 of XP Service Pack 3 is now available for public download following a successful private beta test, suggesting a final release is close at hand.
With profits up 38 per cent, the vendor has bucked the tech downturn trend and raised its forecast for the year ahead.
New upgrade released as Apple provides more options for SAN users and administrators.
IT deployment sees the construction firm switch to open source CRM and content management, as well as overhaul email and customer management.
High street insurance chain invests over £2 million in IP telephony to improve call handling and internal communications across 450 sites.
TSMC taking over from TI thanks to its 45nm technology.
Alcatel Lucent's remote security and management device comes to the UK and Europe with support for GSM and 3G mobile networks, as well as high speed cellular data services.
Post merger, the communications technology maker outlines a strategy for the enterprise that is big on wireless connectivity, security, authentication and integration of systems.
The Crown Prosecution Service has admitted it mislaid a disc with the details of 2,000 criminals for over a year.
Software giveaway hopes to encourage next generation of developers and programmers to use Microsoft technology.
Opticians group signs up for five-year agreement with virtual network operator to manage its global WAN.
The search giant has overtaken TV channels such as ITV and Channel 4 to become the largest advertising channel in the UK, according to an analyst.
Online response times are up 350 per cent for markettiers4dc after it rolled out the Zend Platform via Rackspace.
New document management and imaging technology will automate the approvals process for one of the UK's largest colleges and extend electronic capabilities to other records.
First Direct quietly rolls out a more secure form of validation through its website, but only Internet Explorer users will be able to see the full benefits.
IT manager forum CIO Connect goes independent after being bought out by a management team led by its own chief executive.
The museum has teamed up with the London Art Fund to showcase a unique exhibit that lets people eavesdrop on the world wide web.
New WorkBook application launched today in the UK secures access to social networking productivity tools like Facebook for use at work.
Getting the right image for your business is becoming more and more important. Brands need to work across multiple media - from print to the web to mobile, and beyond.
Just one in 10 IT contractors are concerned about finding work faced with the predicted economic downturn looming, a new survey has found.
Deduplication storage firm extends its focus from data centres to remote office backup with new product announcement.
Windows data protection and disaster recovery software for small and large businesses released in time for big Microsoft launch.
National Quiz handles demand for its internet-based games with a hosted VMware platform for flexibility and scalability.
The BPM market is growing fast, but users demand more interaction while businesses are still reluctant to take BPM enterprise wide.
ftServer claims only hardware platform for continuously available virtualisation as first line of defence for mission-critical application infrastructures.
BBC shows and some of its back catalogue now available through iTunes.
The format war ends with victory for Blu-ray, as the primary backer of the HD DVD format issues a statement to investors confirming that it is dropping the technology.
The monopoly telco has played down national newspaper claims that its mobile phone division is struggling amid falling consumer sales and product flops.
With the next-generation DVD format war as good as won, IT PRO looks back at the stories that have shaped this market battle for supremacy.
The vast majority of IT managers are working overtime, despite it hurting their productivity, morale and skills development, according to new research.
UK computer company to launch sub-£100 notebook for the education sector, going head-to-head with Asus' Linux-based Eee.
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