Software giant Microsoft apologises for the way it handled over-payments
An EU agency is concerned about how criminals are using VoIP tech such as Skype, and wants to investigate the issue Europe-wide.
A security researcher has created a homemade patch that could protect Adobe Reader and Acrobat products until a fix is released mid-March.
VMware lays out its plans for the future of virtualisation, focusing on using its virtual operating system to offer cloud computing.
The Midlands learning institution has signed a four-year strategic outsourcing deal to overhaul almost its entire IT and communications infrastructure.
Google’s popular Gmail service goes down causing much consternation amongst users worldwide.
A rogue application is doing the rounds on Facebook as it tries to convince the user to install it with “sneaky” error messages.
The new version of Ubuntu should be speedier and shinier, and with a brand new look.
McKinnon's case gets more backing from another high-profile supporter.
New units from BenQ and UMID rewrite the rule book on PC size.
All the latest news from VMware's VMworld Europe show in Cannes, France.
Virtualisation could leave your company more vulnerable to attack, a security researcher has warned.
EMC’s newest Celerra network attached storage (NAS) offerings include the option to use enterprise flash drives to boost performance.
Rumours abound that telco Vodafone is set to announce job cuts.
Charlie McMurdie repeats her call for vendor and industry cooperation, while F-Secure's CTO calls for cybercrime to be considered as serious as traditional crime.
New version will have 16:9 widescreen display and larger keyboard as Dell netbook family gets third member.
Accounting blunder sends sacked workers home with an overpayment, but Microsoft wants its money back.
SAP's new UK director Stephen Read tells IT PRO about his plans to grow the software giant’s midsized business with a multichannel, volume-led model.
Microsoft and Citrix talk big as they look to increase their virtualisation market share against leader VMware.
Twitter integrates search capability, which could signal a shift to Google-style search and the site making some money.
A decline in IT spending in the financial services industry will be offset by utilities, healthcare and government IT spend this year, according to Gartner.
The Cabinet Office advertises for a ‘digital communicator’ whose job it will be to kick government departments into shape when using the web.
The ‘greening’ of IT began in the data centre, with a focus on server consolidation and cooling, but is now spreading to all levels of the IT infrastructure.
Although the vast majority of ISPs follow Internet Watch Foundation guidelines, children’s charities are still concerned about the minority that don’t.
The Information Tribunal has upheld the original Information Commissioner’s order that the ID cards’ Gateway Reviews should be published.
Citrix pairs its virtualisation platform with Microsoft's free hypervisor in a bid to take on market leader VMware.
Microsoft is to offer free online training on its products to boost technology skills and the economy.
Despite shopping online themselves, many small business owners don't see the value in e-commerce sites.
Researchers think that the new variant may be trying to get around attempts by the industry to bring it down.
The release candidate for Vista Service Pack 2 is now in the hands of technical testers, Microsoft has said.
A security vendor has released details of a new SMS mobile worm that uses a breakthrough propagation strategy and is targeting mobiles running the Symbian operating system.
A Richmond-based man was awarded £500 after suing Orange because it wouldn’t let him out of a contract despite him not receiving any signal.
Can Lenovo transfer the quality of its ThinkPad range over to its netbooks? We examine the IdeaPad S10e.
Adobe said its Adobe Reader and Acrobat products feature a critical flaw, but it'll be more than a couple of weeks until the problem is patched.
Most UK firms realise the need for high-performance telecommunications infrastructure, but struggle to implement and realise investment in its technologies.
Experts offer easy tips on how firms should be planning to survive the pinch of the economic downturn.
This week, we saw Mobile World Congress in Barcleona as well as the Black Hat security conference in Washington.
The data protection watchdog has strengthened its criticisms of the government’s plans to share data with private organisations to fight crime and terrorism.
Software engineers and systems analysts are apparently not very stressful jobs, according to a new ranking.