While five per cent of IT freelancers were out of work last quarter, it's not time to panic yet.
Security researchers report that more and more teenagers are turning to making trouble online, although many aren’t very good at it.
Live coverage of the second keynote presentation from Microsoft's key developer event in Los Angeles, focusing on Windows 7
A British software development firm is among the first to produce a bespoke, data-intensive application running on Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing platform.
New developer tools and unified communications priorities revealed for the next versions of Microsoft’s main communication server products.
Enterprise applications from Microsoft and third parties set to move into the cloud as the Windows maker reveals its enterprise utility computing ambitions.
IT PRO is attending RSA Europe here in London, and we've got photos and news from the show floor.
Microsoft chief security advisor and ex FBI-agent hails the new Police Central e-crime unit as a possible turning point in the battle against cyber criminals.
The whole world can now be placed in the palm of your hand, as the search company brings its Google Earth application to the Apple iPhone.
Chief exec Peter Chou said sales of the T-Mobile G1 were outstripping previous estimates.
At the opening keynote of RSA Europe 2008, the RSA president outlines the importance of innovation and technology.
Plan ahead for Internet Explorer 8 so you can take advantage of the security and deployment features – and update your web sites and applications to support the new standards.
Credit problems are leading to more financing going through IT firms, rather than through banks and other third parties.
Think tank says more use could be made of technologies we use everyday to improve NHS service delivery and management.
London is king when it comes to wireless connectivity, but it is being left behind by Paris and New York when it comes to Wi-Fi security.
European firms struggle to keep up with regulations, while relying on spreadsheet-based processes that cost IT departments time and money.
Uptake of mobile services would be much greater if personalisation was easier, according to research.
The government said it will not even trial the tech in 2009, but admits it is considering the tech for the longer-term.
A Dell netbook a 12in display has been launched in Japan but is coming to the UK soon through Tesco.
Agency says scheme to check identities while mobile will save police time, but civil rights groups have called for a stop to plans until legal protections are established.
Londoners can now take their bus and tube rants online, as Transport for London launches its own social networking site.
Live coverage of the opening keynote presentation from Microsoft's key developer event in Los Angeles
As the geographic barriers to business come down, companies need to up their game when it comes to translation efforts.
Some 50 million handsets are kicking around unused in the UK, when they could be sold, recycled or donated to charity.
Hosting firm to offer servers in the cloud after picking up Slicehost and Jungle Disk for $11.5 million.
Xerox copies HP and Yahoo by announcing massive job cuts.
New research conducted for the launch of 'National Recycle Your Phone' week has found most mobiles bought in the UK end up just gathering dust.
The mobile 2.0 version includes offline mailbox access among other features.
More details are released about the critical security patch that Microsoft had to hurry out this week.
Offering a software-only WAN optimisation solution for mobile workers is cost effective and flexible, but can it compete with appliance-based products for performance?
The director of HP Labs is looking to sharpen the focus of his researchers in the hopes of creating products, not just papers.
As the days get short and the nights get long, you can rely on IT PRO to give you a daily dose of hot news to get you through the winter.
The software giant posts positive revenue and profit, and claims a strong position despite the economy.
Doctors aren't using the new Choose and Book system as much Connecting for Health has hoped.
New global research reveals absence of formal policies governing how information is controlled in enterprise organisations.
Fujitsu Siemens is first to market with Intel’s six-core Xeon processor and sets a high standard for the rest to follow.
This multifunction heavyweight is designed for large workgroups and comes equipped with comprehensive security features? We examine it for speed, quality and usability.
The new application will be available from the Android Marketplace.
Can Microsoft compete with an billion dollar open source project which benefits from widespread collaboration?
The credit crunch may be biting, but the storage company remains relatively unscathed.