Russia suspected as behind attacks
iOS 8 has now been installed on more than half of Apple devices, up four per cent in two...
Native MDM controls coming to Office 365 in 2015
Rogue exit node found to inject downloads with malware
Analysts point to iPhone effect as record Treo smartphone sales not enough to boost Palm.
Hammersmith radiologists cut processing time on medical reports after moving to automated transcription software.
Teradata says raising intelligence is key to winning in enterprise data warehouse market.
SoftScan reports the biggest leap in spam over a single month in five years of operation.
Kings Lynn and West Norfolk expects to save £600,000 with e-procurement and invoicing.
Sun Microsystems looks to boost focus on storage by reorganising product teams.
Zach Nelson, president and chief executive of on-demand enterprise software company NetSuite discusses the evolution of
Somerset County Council and Taunton Deane Borough Council sign 10-year deal to outsource IT services to a new IBM joint
Most banks are concerned over reach of new EU payment compliance, finds new research.
Vast majority of SMB IT managers lose sleep over securing remote access.
New NetApp utility allows Oracle software to directly access storage, simplifying data access and improving efficiency.
Study uncovers the lack of knowledge chief information officers and chief financial officers from five separate countrie
The smart contactless payment card launched by London Transport is finally extending its reach to London main rail firms
A new law means data from mobile phones and landlines must be kept for a year and made available to government agencies,
New limits on mobile phone roaming call charges now apply in EU member countries, cutting the cost of making a roaming c
16 years after it was swallowed by NCR, the data warehousing company returns to the US stock exchange as a standalone en
US retailer offers US and Canadian job candidates security and fraud assistance following data breach.
Home Office study praises the use of passports and ID cards to increase security and streamline services.
Bain Capital and Huawei Technologies team up to buy the mid-market network equipment maker, at a bargain price of $2.2 b
Ailing Unix vendor given 180 days to get financial house in order.
Reacting to Google's growing efforts in the office software-as-a-service (Saas) market, Microsoft has announced a b
The world's largest phone maker is looking at a move into the highly-competitive personal sat nav market by buying
Microsoft is reportedly in negotiations for a minority stake in social networking service Facebook.
BAE is set to upgrade the communications systems for the Royal Air Force as part of a larger MoD technology refresh.
Word processor developer to be bought by Adobe, which is eyeing a move into the highly-competitive office application su
Identity, security on agenda as eases application access for 50,000 users.
John Dewar does away with 25-year old paper trail by deploying mobile supply chain technology in the warehouse.
Grid gives financial services giant processing flexibility at lowest cost.
Industry experts debate who should be responsible for security, and how to improve it in the wake of high-profile securi
Following its acquisition of Cybertrust, the US telecoms giant is sizing up the market for more growth opportunities and
Despite its increasing importance in enterprise, communicating over technology still doesn't top in person meetings
Regulators from both sides of the Atlantic tread carefully after US DoJ and EC antitrust chiefs argue over how best to p
More non-core and unprofitable services set to be dumped as Yahoo undergoes a major product shake-up to make it more com
Versions of XP will now be officially on sale and supported into 2010 as the current Vista version continues to struggle
Acucorp interoperability suite gets new Java display engine, Windows x64 ports.
The mobile phone giant has announced three new bolt-ons that users can take advantage of from next month.
One of the reigning mass market champions of open source software appears to have hit choppy waters.
The new office productivity software is music to users' ears as IBM celebrates record download figures in the produ
NHS Trust signs deal to update and streamline clinical identity and access management.
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