Orange to be first UK network to offer the HSDPA-capable "iPhone killer".
After several delays and an aborted initial launch, Microsoft finally kicks the third service pack for XP out of the door.
Internet security firm Finjan discovers that over 1.4GB of data from individuals, businesses and organisations is being hosted on a Crimeserver
eBay and other online retailers fall victim to the economic slowdown as purchase power falls by four per cent.
Yahoo Search users will see websites at risk and hopefully avoid those which are definitely compromised, thanks to a new partnership announced today.
Research into the Summary Care Record programme shows that benefits are overshadowed by issues of trust and complicated technical systems.
As a new phishing scam is revealed, it seems that the more Google's market share grows, the more profitable it is for criminals to target the company and its users.
Eagerly-anticipated Outlook add-in moves from public beta to full release status.
It looks like Microsoft has finally given up on buying Yahoo. IT PRO recounts how the biggest takeover attempt since the dot com period came about.
The European Court of Human Rights has overhauled and centralised its IT service desk with ITIL-compliant software to streamline and automate key processes.
Metrics are essential to any online business, but with so many firms offering solutions it can be difficult to know which to choose. Rob Buckley investigates five of the market leaders
HP StorageWorks announces multi-petabyte system for Web 2.0 and other demanding businesses.
Young women love tech, but avoid taking it up as a career because of a lack of strong female role models, research has found.
A partnership between SAP and RIM will bring 'Facebook-like' functionality to mobile business applications.
Does HP's latest c-Class server maintain the award winning performance of its predecessor? Dave Mitchell finds out.
This week we discuss rampaging mug-smashing robots, plans by PC makers to keep selling Windows XP, we look at who the IT industry voted for in the London elections and a crackdown on data access at HM
A new study says that SMBs and parents are working together well on flexible working, but future government plans may be a problem.
As well as protecting your data it makes sense to have a backup of your operating system too. Windows Vista Business and Ultimate has this facility built-in. We take you through it - step by step.
Vodafone becomes the first mobile phone operator to offer unlimited internet access on monthly price plans as standard.
The profession needs a better image to recruit new staff scared off by rumours of long working hours and co-workers with no social skills.
A new alliance is looking to create open standards and interoperability for data centre vendors.
IT PRO 'celebrates' the 30th anniversary of the first spam email, and looks at how the flood is unlikely to end any time soon.
The health and beauty retailer gets new software to help manage its store design to boost its image.
One in three CIOs expects budgets to grow, as companies focus on improving sustainability.
The triple play's service techs get mobile computers in the field.
Microsoft has trouble with XP and SQL, HMRC staff are snoops, bloggers speak up on elections and robots learn to carry mugs.
The recently-floated company is moving closer to posting a profit after the recent introduction of its large enterprise product.
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Smaller businesses are coping with increased competition in the market place by using mobile technology to keep up-to-date with customers' demands, a new report has found.
The take-up of smartphones are in the mass market means enterprises are having to cope with everything from 3G cards to Sidekicks.
Leading IT body highlights government's failings and advises on how to regain the public's trust.
Intel has shown off its latest developments in robotics - millions in research, but they still drop mugs.
Malicious software removal tools have cut down Storm botnet numbers, but does this simply mean that criminals will migrate to new threats?
Government committee sets out to bridge the digital divide as new research finds that those lacking ITC skills lag behind.
Messaging and SOA vendor unveils the first fruits of its hardware development.
The web services vendor has announced plans to create richer development user interfaces using Microsoft's Silverlight.
A looming shortage of Intel's Atom processors will make it difficult for others to enter the low-cost portable laptop market, Asus has said.
British company sets new standard for green servers with high-performance, low-energy system.
The supermarket chain choose Aperture to sort out its data centres, with plans for full consolidation.
Hundreds of Revenue and Customs staff have been disciplined or fired for accessing sensitive data without permission.