The credit crunch getting you down? Here are five ways to get your staff working more efficiently just by using social networking tools.
Cisco said that internet traffic will double every two years until 2012.
Vodafone also announced plans to cut £1 billion in costs, but wouldn't say whether job cuts were likely.
Open source solutions are becoming more of an option for businesses.
Latest version adds new features, such as desktop to mobile syncing, and improves YouTube performance.
The new family’s parent reckons the products will reduce costs by up to 75 per cent as well as simplifying storage management.
Latest version of Mac desktop virtualisation application promises speed boost of up to 50 per cent and improved back up and security options.
Organisations and businesses worldwide are still leaving themselves open to DNS vulnerabilities.
A report has suggested all police officers should have mobile computers on the beat, and said the government should pay for it.
Fraud moves onto social networking sites in the hopes of fooling users into sending cash.
Visa is looking to boost security for online payments by giving customers their own PIN pad built into the card.
US president-elect Barack Obama is planning to invest £150 billion to create “green collar jobs” focusing on technology, which could leave the UK trailing in that market.
In a study of 15,000 smart phones, the Apple iPhone had the least malfunctions after one year.
MSN Toolbar will be bundled with Sun's Java platform doftware as Microsoft tries to challenge Google and increase its search market share.
VMware has revealed its Mobile Virtualisation Platform, which it claims will simplify handset and operating system development.
The origins of the free software movement can be traced back to to the hackers of MIT's Tech Model Railroad Club, but more recently model railways have played a significant part in validating cop
A new survey that has found Brits are still revealing too many personal details online.
Californian researchers pretend to be spammers, discovering that it takes millions of email messages to get a sale, but botnets are still profitable.
Environmental technology centre in Yorkshire will use the cell as a proof of concept to show that hydrogen is a viable source of energy.
Steria mobilises the Cleveland Police, Becta launches a new education technology website and the Department of Health funds a database to help save lives.
The inventor of the internet’s addressing system is working towards new measures designed to plug recently revealed security flaws.
Those in the know must work overtime to compensate for other employees IT traumas.
For those who have baulked at the iPhone 3G’s price on Pay-as-you-Go, O2’s Windows Mobile powered Zest provides a cheaper alternative.
Half of the critical infrastructure providers that the UK, Europe and North America rely on are vulnerable to cyber attack, according to a new survey.
Blaming the weak economic climate, the British telco has postponed plans to break the company into two.
Shoppers are heading to the net in search of credit crunch Christmas savings, but growth will be lower than 2007.
In preparation for the launch of Windows 7 on the client, Microsoft readies a major update to its most recent server operating system with new features and bug fixes.
The Central London university becomes the latest organisation to deploy Google’s web-based office productivity suite
Following last month’s heavy security bulletin and an emergency out-of-cycle patch, November looks to be the quietest Patch Tuesday in recent memory.
We got our hands on the first official photos of the shiny new device that will support the super-speedy service when it launches very soon.
Learning lessons from Vista, Microsoft look to be focusing on a Windows 7 launch for the next holiday season.
We take a look at a sensibly priced, mid-range, network ready and duplexer equipped workgroup printer.
The ability to use your iPhone as a 3G modem is coming to the US soon, but O2’s plans for the UK are as yet unclear.
The UK ID card will be a reality for foreign nationals later on this month and in Britons hands next year. We look at its long and often tortuous process in 2008.
Vodafone and RIM have grabbed a lot of attention this week with their new touchscreen handset and the ID card is now very close to becoming a reality.
It’s been around since pretty much the dawn of computing, but can the humble password ever again be regarded as secure?
A survey has suggested UK small and medium businesses wait to see how others will use technology before investing in it.
Country gardening firm Wiggly Wigglers has taken top prize in Dell’s first ever global SMB awards.
New regulation and new technology will enable the US to catch up and even overtake Europe for wireless internet says FCC chairman and Google’s Larry Page.
Demand for the latest iPhone and BlackBerry smartphones eats into market leader Nokia’s market share.