Company tries to ensure the smallest and the biggest organisations benefit from the same levels of security with new products.
Microsoft confirms the long-awaited update for its latest desktop operating system has been passed to PC makers, signalling a public release soon.
London-based, custom data centre facility will serve as cornerstone to banking giant's European IT infrastructure.
Readers say whether they rate or hate when it comes to Microsoft's chairman.
The mobile giant is building on its heritage in the communications space by creating a dedicated professional services team for enterprise customers.
A blow against piracy around the world as the law finally catches up with software-copying crime syndicate.
The mutual building society has embarked on a project to introduce Cognos business intelligence to improve its decision-making processes and ability to compete in the financial services market.
Brownbook offers businesses the opportunity to promote by reputation rather than by spending money.
Updated internet-based application testing service launches in UK with new capability to test for backdoor vulnerabilities.
Despite a perceived improvement in the services on offer, very few users are adopting and using new functionality due to a lack of awareness, an analyst has said.
Damage to undersea cables last week continues to disrupt data traffic in parts of the Middle East and Asia.
Swedish telecoms maker and Chinese PC company collaborate to integrate mobile broadband modems in laptops.
Lost laptops and missing discs could mean legal trouble, as the media spotlight on data breaches gives weight to calls for tougher legislation - but is encouraging best practice a wiser move?
More than nine in 10 doctors polled by the British Medical Association have said they doubt the government's ability to keep patient data safe.
Google is far from happy with Microsoft's bid for Yahoo, claiming the proposed deal is much "more than simply a financial transaction."
Analysts have a chilly response over Microsoft's $44 billion bid for Yahoo, saying even if it passes antitrust laws, the merger will be complex and risky.
Analyst firm's predictions for 2008 show that Apple, mobile working and the environment may have a big impact on IT in the near future.
Eduserv has announced £300,000 in research projects, Aberdeen trials Cisco telehealth and a local government group has called for better use of e-petitions.
Expedite to take on Fresca in a deal designed to complete the BT retail technology division's multichannel proposition.
The British heritage organisation has bought a new hospitality management system to manage its 150 public restaurants.
Massive growth in services such as YouTube, TV on-demand and high definition content is putting pressure on carriers and ISPs to rethink and restructure their networks to cope, networking vendor'
Updated range of established stackable Layer 2 Gigabit enterprise products unveiled as carrier networking vendors target the enterprise and mid-tier business market.
Fourth quarter results show strong growth, just short of expectations, as internet giant has designs on growing international market share.
The software giant has offered $31 per share for the web firm, saying such a tie-up would create a billion dollars in synergies.
Results top growth forecast as robust Q3 figures show that Christmas was kind to the mobile phone giant.
In measure of its growing popularity in the business world, web 2.0 development has been boosted by the launch of a new large enterprise forum.
HMRC has extended its deadline for self assessments after its website crashed earlier today.
The virtualisation firm has added a new manager to its virtual desktop solution, saying such a move shows it is serious about the desktop.
Analysts predict that increasing levels of transactions conducted via mobile will lead to a 'gold rush' for the financial service industry.
Businesses are looking at the bigger picture when it comes to IT risk, although security is still a big issue.
Considered the social networking platform for enterprise professionals and grown-ups, LinkedIn is facing increasing speculation about its value, future direction and ownership....
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CIOs are losing their influence because too many people think they themselves are qualified in taking responsibility for IT.
The credit crunch doesn't look likely to hurt financial contractors, as recent research by Atsco has shown pay is at its highest level in two years.
The latest in a long-term programme of work to modernise its IT infrastructure sees the UK's leading home shopping retailer targeting website performance with new monitoring systems.
A year ago today Microsoft sounded the fanfare for the consumer - and some say official - launch of Windows Vista.
Last UK speech in current role is used to demonstrate Microsoft Surface on eve of CRM 4.0 launch.
The search giant has taken the wraps of its latest mobile search innovation.
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