CoderDojo: Changing the face of tech learning as we know it

Opinion 21 May, 2015 Maggie Holland

A great initiative that takes great minds and gets them coding from a young age


Met plots XP escape plan in bid to upgrade to Windows 10

In-depth 20 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

Meet the new Met: will new tech make it the world's most transparent police force?

Could virtual reality revolutionise your business?

In-depth 18 May, 2015 Adam Shepherd

Forget gaming - VR has plenty of use cases in the office, too

TechUK: Gov has bold ambitions for technology sector

Opinion 15 May, 2015 Julian David

Trade body CEO welcomes Conservatives' track record on tech, but says there's uncertainty over Europe

Standard Chartered to provide Jive collaboration tool to 90,000 employees

Case Studies 14 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

The bank wanted a modern tool for its young staff, who are spread out over 70 countries

IT Pro Panel: How the IoT will change your business

In-depth 14 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

Our panel of experts discusses the pros and cons of the Internet of Things

Reskill to avoid AI redundancy, experts say

In-depth 13 May, 2015 Caroline Preece

A panel of experts has spoken about the impact artificial intelligence could have on business

Microsoft opens up Skype Translator preview to Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 users

In-depth 13 May, 2015 Khidr Suleman Clare Hopping

Skype Translator Preview extended to Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 users

retail shops

John Lewis sees huge growth after partnership with Tech City start-up

Case Studies 12 May, 2015 Caroline Preece

BookingBug partnership has pushed John Lewis’ new omnichannel appointments platform ahead of schedule

RSPB deploys SAS tools to protect endangered species

Case Studies 11 May, 2015 Joe Curtis

The society throws Big Data into SAS to find the best way to save at-risk birds

The future of 4G: When will it be good enough?

In-depth 7 May, 2015 Caroline Preece

Adoption of 4G continues to grow, but barriers to speed and coverage remain

EMC World 2015: '30 billion connected devices by 2020'

In-depth 7 May, 2015 Rene Millman

Storage firm predicts 44 zettabytes of data will be produced in five years time

Q&A: Kat Mandelstein

In-depth 7 May, 2015 IT Pro

We talk to PwC's social collaboration lead about the importance of effective communication and collaboration in business...


Mind-reading hackers are stealing your data

In-depth 4 May, 2015 Adam Shepherd

Mentalist Drew McAdam says that security experts are overlooking the human factor

The app not leaving from Gate 4

Opinion 30 Apr, 2015 Stephen Pritchard

A tablet app error caused American Airlines to ground flights. Do we rely too heavily on consumer tech?


Building bridges across the app gap

In-depth 30 Apr, 2015 Simon Bisson

Microsoft’s Build 2015 brings Android, iOS, and the web into the Windows Store.

Getting to a billion Windows lovers

In-depth 30 Apr, 2015 Mary Branscombe

Squaring the circle of making a platform company relevant cross-platform

digital vote

Is it time for voting to go digital?

Opinion 29 Apr, 2015 Nicole Kobie

Online voting could boost turnout, but security issues remain a challenge

Hacking planes, trains and automobiles

In-depth 29 Apr, 2015 Davey Winder

Davey Winder looks at the security threats facing connected transport - and it isn't funny


Met Police still using XP on 35,000 computers

Case Studies 28 Apr, 2015 Clare Hopping

But the police force has signed a deal with Microsoft for an additional 12 months support