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The Windows Phone 8.1 update boasts some of the biggest changes to the platform since it...
Users warned not to download fake security apps for ancient OS
Large companies will find external WiMax systems alone too expense so vendors must also offer them dedicated in-building
Food company agrees deal with BT to connect 1,000 sites globally with VPN links.
Majority of system administrators welcome Microsoft's new operating system, according to a survey.
New Wan connections help plastics maker link up three new Eastern European offices.
Industry players will take stock of what has happened in the voice space when it comes to data roaming pricing, accordin
Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad and Xeon processors to go lead-free later this year.
The GSMA maintains that proposed roaming regulations are uncessary and may do more harm than good.
The communications and entertainment giants join forces to transform the PSP into an all-singing all-dancing video phone
Hospital trust deploys Nas gateway appliance from ONStor.
As Samsung gears up to release 32GB drives to retail, retailers claim customers will pay extra for reliability, power sa
Deal sees Cisco and RSA team up to encrypt data stored in Sans.
Supplying growing markets for personal and professional-grade flash RAM storage on the agenda
Networking equipment giant appears to be running an active acquisition queue
Court sets high standard for conspiracy theorists; individual's attempt at starting class-action against local carr
New intrusion prevention appliance aimed at network core and data centre deployments.
Many small businesses believe that flexible working is a non-starter for them as it is thought too expensive, but for so
The final day of national flexible working week focuses on the social side of smarter working practices.
New WLAN system gives SMEs enterprise-class performance coupled with consumer-like simplicity and pricing.
A controlled .bank web domain could help in the fight against phishing attacks and identify theft websites, according to
New software and business consulting services launched by HP to help SOA get into the mainstream.
Storage giant announces plans to enter the growing on-demand IT services market in a move that will support the growth o
The GSMA wants to enhance revenue and user experiences by setting standards and codes of conduct for mobile advertising.
Google Hot Trends takes in elements of the existing Google Trends and Google Zeitgeist services, which highlight what
Microsoft and Orange beef up their relationship to help accelerate the use of unified communications solutions in busine
New disk offers less noise, power consumption and heat output than rivals.
Storage giant unveils world's largest disk library as part of a host of new launches at EMC World in Orlando.
Following a similar announcement from Nokia back in March, Vodafone has launched two handsets aimed at less developed mo
IT PRO sent one of its editors to experience working from a coffee shop to see if workers can be productive over some Ja
As national flexible working week draws to a close, the focus turns to how we can help reduce damage to the environment
Expert urges companies to adopt Japanese practices and turn servers off at night.
In the spirit of Work Wise Week, IT PRO took to the streets to detail what it's really like to work while away from
New malware variant hides code from anti-virus applications and triggers keylogger when user visits banking website.
The telco has replaced 860,000 face-to-face meetings with virtual interaction using conferencing technology and has save
New Power6 chip offers environmentally-friendly computing with reduced power consumption.
Convergence, heterogeneous systems and security hurdles mean even competing IT firms must work together to keep their pr
The two companies have strengthened an existing relationship by announcing plans to implement THUS' NGN in a £13.6
New figures from IMRG show that April's online sales were worth about the same in one month as London's West E
Microsoft plans to spend $6 billion acquiring aQuantive, pushing analysts to start questioning just why the software gia
Product lifecycle management latest endeavor for acquisitive enterprise software vendor
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