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Moves by Time Warner to separate AOL into a standalone business set a far lower valuation for the firm than the one set by Google’s original investment.
Rebel shareholder joins the board of the under-fire internet company as part of a peace deal to quell shareholder unrest.
New IT leaders to head the NHS IT modernisation programme, costing over a third more the CIO they will replace.
A positive set of second quarter financial results are overshadowed by disappointing customer retention figures.
Anti-spam firm calls for collaborative action to stem a fast-growing tide of spam and phishing attacks it has found originated and aimed at UK users.
Dan Kaminsky has told the Black Hat conference that the DNS security flaw is even worse than expected.
New figures have suggested that IT jobs are largely holding steady despite an economic downturn.
The software giant has patched a flaw given its most severe vulnerability rating, after issuing an advisory on it last week.
A survey has uncovered the top deal breakers when it comes to IT employment.
The high-street grocer has deployed new electronic trading software and services to support its local sourcing initiatives.
The latest version of the database software focuses on scalability, reporting tools and large-scale data warehousing.
Google has raised its market share lead as the most popular search site in the UK.
Chinese web censorship has been a hot topic ahead of the Beijing Olympics, but it’s not just journalists being hit – IT firms and other businesses are also being hit by online restrictions.
Both Gartner and Huddle.net have found that banning the use of social networking sites in the workplace could be doing more harm than good.
IT PRO looks at how millions of credit and debit card numbers were stolen from US and UK retailers, and examines how taking this case to court could help the international fight against identity theft
The four leading Linux software vendors have joined forces with IBM in the latest effort to build and sell desktop PCs pre-loaded with Linux.
The government has been given until the end of the month to respond to questions from the European Union on the legality of Phorm’s web monitoring methods.
The theft of 3,000 blank passports last month coupled with Dutch research into recoding contactless chips highlights the real threat of fraudulent use.
Google upgrades its enterprise appliance which allows businesses to have 'Google-style' web search.
The world famous guitar brand has taken on new managed services to safeguard the delivery of business critical applications from its UK headquarters.
Charges have been brought against suspects in one of the largest identity-thefts on record, which included data from TK Maxx, the UK arm of TJX.
The hosted business software provider reports another strong quarter as it edges closer to profitability, helped by growing ARPU and international sales.
The networking giant's latest results make for positive reading amid industry economic concern.
A shareholder vote recount has revealed a bigger protest against the current board than was first thought.
The US airline will offer flat-rate internet access via wireless Lan on its domestic routes.
Economic concerns have started to hit the number of available IT jobs, according to new research.
EMC takes an innovative approach to storage architecture with its new CLARiiON CX4 series, enabling customers to mix and match their storage options.
Software updates being immediately exploited straight after release may be less of a problem thanks to Microsoft’s new initiative.
A survey of IT managers finds they are deluged by a troubleshooting ‘rush hour’ at the beginning of every working week.
Businesses have said that securing personal information will be their biggest priority in the next 12 to 18 months.
The financial services company talks up its transformation programme, in the wake of disappointing quarterly results.
Apple finally addresses a major DNS flaw that could leave its servers open to phishing attacks but experts have said it ignores Mac clients.
Another major manufacturer goes down the netbook route as Lenovo throws its weight into the sub-notebook arena.
Patients are being denied choice in appointment times, dates and locations promised by the NHS’s computerised booking system, according to UCL.
Capital Research calls for a probe into the result of last week’s shareholder vote that re-elected Jerry Yang to the board.
Former chief operating officer from a chip firm parachuted in to the struggling phone maker ahead of its demerger.
Thanks much to its two decade relationship with BT, Nortel wins an exciting contract to provide network equipment for the London Olympic Games.
BT and Eckoh will supply an automated fine payment service for the Magistrates’ Courts across England and Wales.
Reports suggest the business arm of the cable TV and broadband operator could be on the block as Virgin Media looks to refocus on its consumer services and raise money.