Film studio tells staff not to switch on computers or log on to corporate networks until...
British telco giant confirms interest in O2, but warns final deal is still someway off
Google starts rolling out Android Lollipop - but be warned if you're thinking about...
Microsoft’s next update for the Surface Pro 3 will address ongoing connectivity issues
The foundation's latest financial statement shows that it depends on Google for 85 per cent of its revenue.
Fighting legal fronts in lawsuit and bankruptcy court, latest court filing reveals $36-million offer for UNIX business
Elcomsoft has found a way to use graphics cards to crack passwords up to 25 times faster than with a CPU alone.
NetIQ's Aegis promises vendor agnostic automation, measurement and improvisation of ITIL-based processes.
New vertical editions unveiled of the NetSuite hosted application suite, tailored for the publishing industry and for re
The software giant ends speculation over a deal by agreeing to buy just under two per cent of the popular social network
Electoral Commission finds political considerations had negative influence on e-counting trials and policy framework is
Two British ISVs are among the first group of software specialists to develop resalable vertical solutions for NetSuite&
New addition to the SuiteFlex developer environment lets customers, third party resellers and the specialist channel dev
The mobile operator has struck a deal with the Motorola Good Technology group to sell productivity-enhancing mobile emai
Consumers in the UK still have a bigger appetite for retail than elsewhere in Europe if Forrester Research's online
Aggressive defences and fluctuations in IP traffic prompt security vendors to quantify risk and develop new safeguards.
Local authority updates IT security and business continuity to avoid internet downtime and assure citizen services.
The UK's Post Office plans to roll out a new broadband service aimed at 50-65 year-old web novices.
The company has added IMAP support to its Gmail service as well as improving AdSense management tools and introducing a
Paper signs up for mobile domain name to give users good browsing experience when accessing the site using their web-ena
The offer will be withdrawn if BEA hasn't responded by the end of the week, according to the latest correspondence
The UK is outshining its overseas peers in terms of the number of outsourcing deals signed during the second quarter of
New City of London Police security update communications system could save lives, says commissioner.
Lots of new revenue can be generated from old phones according to ABI Research.
RFID, e-commerce and new IT platform help high street retailer boost financial performance.
Secure online and encrypted backup provides the London Oncology Clinic with peace of mind for its electronic systems.
Acquisition allows application delivery infrastructure specialist to diversify into server and desktop virtualisation.
The new System Centre Mobile Device Manager 2008 product will be available in the first half of next year.
Deployment of encryption and key management protects information of members and ensures PCI compliance.
A new survey suggests that failures of homegrown software costs some financial institutions as much as £5,000 an hour.
Fourth quarter earnings at the iPod and iPhone maker are up 67 per cent as the company shipped over two million computer
The airline, also known as Fly Monarch, will now let passengers pay for flights using the eBay-owned electronic payment
Firefox browser is the target of three critical patches, as well as new operating system versions for Windows, Linux and
E-document and records management software deployment forms part of 10-year outsourcing agreement.
North America is accelerating its adoption, but results still way off those of European counterparts and those 'bes
The EC has said that the software giant is set to comply with the 2004 antitrust ruling.
Edinburgh University researchers create programme to predict how super thin wires will behave.
Management toolset improves Trust's IT security and energy efficiency in administering 7,000-strong PC estate.
Global pay survey reveals the IT professional losers and winners and why move to Vietnam would be least attractive in te
The football club plans to test NFC-enabled SIMs early next year.
The National Identity Scheme is gaining momentum, with the shortlist of suppliers cut down to eight.
The search giant's bank balance is looking healthy thanks to continued business growth.
Royal Borough's server team adds remote management capability to manage new disaster recovery facility.
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