Apple reveals the restrictions of the iPhone 6 NFC component, in that it only works with...
Following trials on buses, you can now use your contactless payment cards on London...
Soaring requests from governments around the world despite Snowden revelations
The company said it'll give businesses the security they'll need to protect...
The software giant claims strong global support for OOXML, but the voting figures and industry experts suggest otherwise
Computacenter next in line for Reuters' outsourcing spend.
The mobile giant potentially confuses users by unveiling a new suite of business services dubbed 'Open Office.'
User group survey finds Wi-Fi, VoIP and USB device security lags.
New research shows that IT managers haven't a clue what's happening on their network.
Google's GPay system let users pay for online shopping or their morning caffeine fix by text message.
Research by PricewaterhouseCoopers shows IT is important, but the inherent risks aren't being properly assessed.
Cable & Wireless launches new managed service that secures mobile workers' access to corporate infrastructure.
The card company's contactless launch adds to market activity.
Carphone Warehouse-commissioned research finds that some users would be more upset by the loss of their mobile than an a
Social care employees have the IT skills to take up e-learning, if their employers would only let them, according to res
Database research and analysis safeguards questioned.
Survey questions security and convenience, while card issuers hit back.
Yorkshire firefighters deploy agentless backup from Asigra to centralise data protection.
The travel company will use Empirix's e-TEST software suite to automate testing and identify issues before they adv
But contractual spat could have much wider market implications
Web Clicks offers the smaller players a chance to get bigger by targeting new customers, according to the service's
New product allows mobile users to back up important phone data over the air.
New Fortinet report finds that most malware activity last month emanated from Korea.
Centralising a devolved IT department has helped the London Borough create efficiencies, cut jobs and upgrade their tech
National Traffic Control Centre to use automatic number plate recognition to warn drivers on the M25 of traffic delays.
Acquisitions help BT Retail sail past four million broadband customer mark.
SWsoft set to unveil beta, acquisition news
New research finds that small companies in Europe don't think that they're a prime target for cybercrime.
Jobs website for US government hit by same hack that breached Monster.com
Samsung to take delivery of processors for very cheap mobiles in fourth quarter.
Using technology to deliver healthcare remotely will be a booming market by 2012, worth some £4 billion globally, accord
The Year of the Linux desktop may never come.
Companies in Europe and North America are spending more on VoIP deployments as worries over reliability ebb.
The company's preliminary second quarter financials have been published, showing a 46 per cent increase in profits
Industry needs to act on power consumption and recycling, delegates are told at the IFA event in Berlin.
Fishing regulators are using digital pens for their paperwork, Peterborough cabs get extra protection with digital CCTV
UK businesses must ensure they can support the deluge of user-driven device demands, typified by the growing interest in
Analyst pours cold water on Vista service pack frenzy.
A Department of Health report claims "impressive milestones" for the NHS' £12 billion IT programme.
Investigations into data breach uncover second attack on job website.
Ultra-slim external HD DVD writer and rugged external hard drives with fingerprint readers lead new line of Toshiba acce
Building Society signs up to Experian ID fraud service.
In the second part of this interview Rob Gretton, Business Development Director for DISUK discusses the performance and
Nano-technology research by IBM scientists could put equivalent of 30,000 movies on single iPod.
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