New business storage from IBM

News 14 Feb, 2008 Asavin Wattanajantra

IBM outlines its upcoming releases in its storage profile, promising cost savings and consolidation.

MWC 2008: Nokia unveils Remade as leaders push for green

News 14 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

Leaders in the mobile industry have called on their counterparts to make the sector as environmentally-friendly as possible, as Nokia displays a protype for a phone made from recycled materials.

HMRC in £60 million Airwave deal

News 14 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

HM Revenue and Customs has signed on to get safety communications system for its criminal and detection teams.

Outsourcing failing on strategic objectives

News 14 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

A new report has found outsourcing is delivering on cost reduction, but not on strategic change or process improvement.

Outsourcing creates boom in Indian IT jobs

News 14 Feb, 2008 Asavin Wattanajantra

The social and economic fabric of India is being transformed by the growth of IT, thanks to western offshoring.

MWC 2008: LG to jump on Android bandwagon

News 14 Feb, 2008 Chris Green

Korean phone maker is the latest high-profile name to commit to a device running Google's smartphone software platform.

MWC 2008: Billion mobile phones sold each year

News 13 Feb, 2008 Asavin Wattanajantra

More mobile phones are being bought than ever around the world, but mobile operators need to look more into the IT and consumer electronic market as growth slows in Europe.

Half of IT workers looking for new jobs

News 13 Feb, 2008 Elizabeth Wolfe

A new survey reveals how many IT professionals are looking for new jobs, but exactly why they're so unhappy at work is hard to discern.

MWC 2008: Vodafone's lessons learned from last year

News 13 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

Arun Sarin, the head of the world's biggest mobile phone company, told attendees of the Mobile World Congress what he thinks operators and others in the industry must do to please customers.

Carbon neutral storage saves tons of emissions

News 13 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

3PAR has claimed emissions savings of 12,000 tons by switching to thin provisioning and buying offsets as part of its green initiative.

Ann Summers tracking increases delivery efficiency

News 13 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

GPRS tracking technology is helping the lingerie retailer improve customer service and increase operational efficiency in time for one of its busiest trading periods, Valentine's Day.

Hotelier aids compliance with internet monitoring

News 13 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

The Tifco Hotel group has deployed new security access management software to improve its control over staff use of the internet.

MWC 2008: GSMA head talks mobile

News 13 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

Rob Conway tells attendees of the world's largest mobile industry gathering what his organisation wants from its members over the next year.

Valentine's heralds another 'Super Patch Tuesday'

News 13 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

Addressing 17 vulnerabilities, Microsoft's largest security update for seven months is likely to keep administrators busy through Valentine's Day.

Skills shortage worsens, says NCC

News 13 Feb, 2008 Elizabeth Wolfe

But it may be good news for IT professionals, as a survey shows skilled IT professionals are in high demand and can expect increases in salaries in upcoming years.

MWC 2008: Mobile website population booming

News 13 Feb, 2008 Maggie Holland

The number of mobile websites has shot up by six times the figure reported by dotMobi in November.

MacBook Air sales below expectations?

News 13 Feb, 2008 Benny Har-Even

While the world's thinnest laptop has garnered a lot of attention, the interest hasn't translated into high sales, according to a new report.

MWC 2008: Microsoft aims for mobile middle ground

News 13 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

Video: The Windows Mobile software maker believes smartphones should be designed to be used for business and personal use - as that's what people are using them for.

Virtualisation vendor updates converter technology

News 13 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

Vizioncore's vConverter 3 automates manual processes as enterprises increasingly look to standardise on virtual infrastructures.

EU raids Intel and Currys

News 12 Feb, 2008 Reuters

Antitrust investigation sees European offices of the chipmaker raided, along with the UK offices of the Dixons, Currys and PC World owner.

Users will steal Wi-Fi to bypass file sharing crackdown

News 12 Feb, 2008 Asavin Wattanajantra

Proposed UK piracy legislation suggests tough penalties for ISPs as well as users that download pirated media.

MWC 2008: T-Mobile drops Google for Yahoo

News 12 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

German-owned mobile operator opts to go with Yahoo for mobile search, leaving behind a previous partnership with Google.

MWC 2008: Orange and Nokia to collaborate on services

News 12 Feb, 2008 Benny Har-Even

Deal will focus on the development and delivery of location based services, mobile advertising and gaming.

Tech trade body calls for green action

News 12 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

Report on role of technology industry in climate change warns of five-fold growth in sector emissions by 2050 and calls for commitment to reduction planning.

BAA outsources IT apps to LogicaCMG

News 12 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

The owner of Heathrow Airport will reduce cost of application services and development with the transfer 50 staff and use of onshore/offshore outsourcing deal model.

MWC 2008: T-Mobile to cut data roaming costs

News 12 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

The mobile operator has pledged to simplify and eventually cap all its roaming data charges across the European Union.

Apple releases Leopard OS X 10.5.2 update

News 12 Feb, 2008 Mac User

180MB system update addresses a long list of bugs and adds new feaures such as Time Capsule and remote optical drive support.

Neverfail upgrade enhances apps management

News 12 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

New application management framework and other enhancements aim to increase automation and speed of disaster recovery and availability operations.

MWC 2008: Vodafone unveils two own brand phones

News 12 Feb, 2008 Asavin Wattanajantra

New network branded handsets will focus on ease of use and simplifying access to Vodafone-branded online services.

MWC 2008: Nokia to add Google search to handsets

News 12 Feb, 2008 Benny Har-Even

Companies join forces to give customers easy access to leading search engine.

MWC 2008: Samsung puts heart into Soul

News 12 Feb, 2008 Maggie Holland

New handset range to target the style-conscious user, with hopes that it will build on Samsung's growing market share.

Microsoft speaks out after Yahoo rejection

News 12 Feb, 2008 Chris Green

Statement indicates that Microsoft is not done with its pursuit of the internet and advertising company, with a higher offer likely to follow.

Scottish NHS strikes multi-million pound software deal

News 12 Feb, 2008 Asavin Wattanajantra

As part of a drive to reduce waste in the public services, the Scottish government oversees plans to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

MWC 2008: LG handsets get touchy

News 11 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

Following up on its success with the touchscreen Prada, LG incorporates innovations in input methods into its five new handsets.

MWC 2008: Microsoft buys Danger

News 11 Feb, 2008 Nicole Kobie

After failing in its bid for Yahoo, for now, the software giant has gone public on talks to snap up the Sidekick smartphone software developer.

MWC 2008: Nokia unveils N96 and other new models

News 11 Feb, 2008 Maggie Holland

Mobile phone giant fires back at Apple's iPhone by talking up N96 and other innovations at this year's Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona.

The technology of the Boeing Dreamliner

News 11 Feb, 2008 Elizabeth Wolfe

IT PRO recently had a sneak peek inside one of plane maker Boeing's next-generation long haul aircraft.

Manchester United centralises fan management

News 11 Feb, 2008 Miya Knights

New CRM software will improve data management and analysis for marketing and campaign business intelligence.

MWC 2008: Mobile security concerns grow

News 11 Feb, 2008 Maggie Holland

Mobile users increasingly worried about current and future security implications, yet many continue to use such devices nonetheless.