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In the final part of this interview, Rob Gretton, Business Development Director for DISUK discusses the legacy implicati
Beta testing introduces new functionality and ability to scale.
Report criticises lack of communication and local progress.
New report calls data centre resilience into question.
Wholesale and distribution get SaaS treatment.
Once the domain of hobbyist software developers, open source software applications - both hosted and locally-installed -
The CPRA in Italy is using vPro technology to help support the old traditions of making Parmigiano-Reggiano.
A Home Office report has said computer systems have been developed without considering nationwide compatibility.
Speakers at a Westminster eForum seminar yesterday examined why the UK public sector trails the rest of the world in ope
The company's Extreme Blue summer internship programme helps technology students learn business skills while workin
Xsigo Systems launches new device that virtualises network infrastructure.
Founder of Mozilla explains how a sense of purpose and an eye for easy use has made the Firefox browser such a success.
New seven-year contract will see BT manage LogicaCMG's infrastructure.
Palm cuts out business features in order to gain mass appeal for new smartphone.
BlackBerry Enterprise Server is the only solution secure enough for Ministry of Defence use.
New monitoring tool guarantees IT uptime for independent bookmaker.
IT managers still rate security top of their agenda, but tight budgets and overstretched staff don't make it easy t
Survey finds power, space and density demands drive co-location.
New voice verification system to cut down on helpdesk calls.
9/11 anniversary spotlights e-borders, cybercrime and privacy.
Revenues for security software set to rise as consolidation within industry continues.
IT administrators should have more time to concentrate on other tasks as Microsoft only issues four patches this month,
New email security systems strengthen security at Scotland's legal body and improves email management.
Worm hits Windows PCs by fooling users into clicking on Skype users into opening infected dummy JPEG files.
Funding to help fuel rapid data centre adoption of Splunk's data search technology for unstructured data.
The browser's popularity has gone from strength to strength since its launch three years ago, according to the late
VMware boss argues that growth in adoption combined with pressures on budgets and environmental factors have moved virtu
Property firm Stanhope moves from tape backup to online managed service to decrease data recovery times from days to min
Report finds that national programme for IT needs better information to forecast costs and increase funding.
Controversial Linux interoperability agreement gains more support from European companies.
Microsoft issues patches to fix problems in Windows 2000, MSN Messenger, Windows Live Messenger and Windows Services for
Licensing agreement means Irish firm Crospon will develop high-tech drug delivery patches based on HP Labs research.
Analyst firm Gartner predicts growth in analytics and marketing automation underlined by growth of vendors including Net
Background Intelligent Transfer Service used to update and patch Windows is being used to download malware, according to
Stronger-than-usual demand for computers helps Intel raises its revenue forecast for the third quarter.
European survey highlights deficiencies in IT skills and storage provision in the UK.
Big Blue to back ODF as it agrees to contribute Lotus Notes code to the open-source office suite project.
Survey highlights growing issues and concerns as almost 90 per cent of business fail to track mobile information and the
A Luxemburg court is set to hand down a significant anti-trust ruling in relation to Microsoft's on-going spat with
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