The Manchester shopping centre is moving its recruitment processes online to increase response levels.
Pairing virtualised clients and servers is one way to help IT managers meet workers' personal demands.
Russian security vendor signs a deal with Civica to provide cut-priced security for public sector and education.
A contract worth £895 million has ended between Fujitsu Services and the NHS NPfIT, potentially leading to more delays.
The embattled Scottish telecoms and internet provider is the surprise target of a takeover bid from C&W.
Dell has unveiled pictures of its take on the Eee PC cheap laptop, after head Michael Dell was seen with one.
As more business is conducted out of the office, travellers are demanding in-flight internet access on the go, a survey has found.
The virtualisation vendor looks to US performance management firm to strengthen dynamic provisioning of applications running on its platform.
NEC tries to muscle in on the ultra-portable space with the dainty-looking but tough Versa S9100.
The United States has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organisation over import charges.
The retail giant tells IT PRO why it has outsourced its entire network infrastructure.
An annual workplace survey reveals that IT and internet companies are the top workplaces.
The European Commission is looking for governments to lead the way in IPv6 switch.
The postal division of the Royal Mail Group is rolling out two new centralised business intelligence systems.
Despite the economic downturn, IT workers are still positive about their career progression, a survey has found.
Growth "is not as fast as you might think" given the mobile boom, says Symantec.
ENISA says European member states must pull together to avoid a catastrophe.
The international law firm has moved to a new, hosted email hygiene gateway and archive service.
Education authorities are turning to security devices to help combat students cheating in examinations.
The next version of its Windows operating system will have touch screen controls, Microsoft has claimed.
Threat perceptions in the industry are seen as "evolving", as only one in five IT directors fear external risks posed by hackers.
London's more affluent suburbs and those with high-earning management roles are the most likely to be the target of ID fraudsters.
Mergers and acquisitions increase in both volume and value in the first quarter of 2008, according to a new report.
An open source mobile messaging module will allow schools and universities to send out text messages as reminders or alerts.
Courtrooms across the UK will be offering Wi-Fi access for solicitors as well as jurors and defendants.
Principality has extended its IT management software investment with a new automation platform to model.
Breakthrough technology from Samsung promises higher capacity on faster and cheaper solid state discs.
Despite decent profits, Arun Sarin surprised the markets with news that he would step down as Vodafone chief executive in July.
The desktop version of Asus's Eee PC will be revealed at this year's Computex.
The ailing UK virtual network operator has been bailed out by Reliance, after its share price plummeted this year.
Up to 27 police forces in the UK will receive mobile devices in a bid to save officers time while on the beat.
Interest in on-demand software is growing among IT directors. But despite this, larger vendors say take up is falling short of expectations.
Customers are actually waiting longer to speak to an agent than they were 10 years ago, a survey has found.
If your business needs include high volume speedy A3 printing, this Kyocera deserves consideration.
Cost savings foreseen for new shared IT systems were destroyed by poor public sector management.
Head honcho Steve Ballmer explains that Yahoo was just part of a larger strategy, and that the tech giant has lots of cash to spend.
This week, we look at the latest developments in the Yahoo-Microsoft saga, lie detection software, solid-state storage and whether what goes in Vegas, stays in Vegas.
IT PRO looks at the biggest stories this week, including more Microsoft-Yahoo shenanigans and an IT solution to employees lying about being sick.
IT PRO speaks to Richard Archdeacon, director, global services, at the information security software vendor Symantec.
Having IT security expertise is more likely to accelerate career progression as it becomes more closely aligned with business goals.