Social media and the death of truth
Facebook and Twitter have corrupted public discourse - it’s their responsibility to put it right
chief information officer (CIO)
IT Pro Panel: The worst IT horror stories
Our Panellists share some of their best tales from life on the front-lines of technology
Why WPA3 may be no safer from attack than WPA2
Dragonblood vulnerabilities mean KRACK attacks are here to stay
Microsoft Build 2020: More than 50 products unveiled during online-only conference
Cloud, collaboration and AI take centre stage at this year’s developer conference
Google Pixelbook Go review: Have-a-go hero
This first-party Chromebook is a slice of budget-friendly brilliance
OnePlus 7 Pro review: Not perfect, but great value
The newest - and largest - OnePlus device stumbles on its way to greatness
Google Pixel 4 review: Delight and frustration
Google’s latest handset is a mixed bag of blistering cameras and battery woes
Google Pixel 3 review
The Pixel 3 is the smartest smartphone we’ve ever seen
I had a meeting in VR, and it felt like the future
Forget about video calls, the next generation of meetings will be virtual
Best monitors 2020: Upgrade to a proper screen
The top external displays for photo editing, office work and more
What is open source?
What is open source software and how do vendors make their money?
solid state storage (SSD)
Best SSDs 2020: The top NVMe and SATA drives around
Speed, reliability and value - it’s all here
Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 13in review: Almost the perfect laptop
The third-generation Surface Laptop is an amazing machine – with one big caveat
IT Pro Panel: What’s the value of IT partners?
What role can IT partners play in a world of pay-as-you-go cloud?
How to wipe a laptop easily and securely
Selling your laptop? Make sure that all your sensitive data is gone before it reaches its new owner
The case for credentialism
Why you’re wrong about Steven Palley
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Nine top GDPR tips for email marketing strategies
It's not all doom and gloom – here's how you can make GDPR work for you
OnePlus 7T Pro review: A minor tune-up
The latest from OnePlus doesn’t dazzle, but doesn’t disappoint
Best free video conferencing software: Zoom vs Hangouts vs Skype
It's time to ditch basic phone video calls and start using a proper video conferencing system
IT Pro Panel: Coping with COVID-19
With businesses rapidly working to adapt to coronavirus, what has the real impact been?
The virtues of the virtual pub trip
You’ve heard of flexible working - but what about flexible drinking?
The best time to prepare for remote working was six months ago
The second-best time is now
VMware launches vSphere 7 and Tanzu container management tools
New Tanzu products aimed at container management
Apple MacBook Pro 15in vs Dell XPS 15: Clash of the titans
Can Apple take on the king of enterprise tech?
Microsoft Surface Pro X review: A cutting-edge compromise
Microsoft’s first Snapdragon-powered Surface is impressive, but not impressive enough
Marketing & comms
How to build an effective marketing strategy with the cloud
A guide to using SaaS to build an effective MarTech stack
What is a GPU?
GPUs aren't just good for gaming - there are business applications too
IT Pro Panel: Achieving agile at scale
Building an agile business is the goal of many IT leaders - but just why is it so difficult in larger organisations?
RSA sale spells a new chapter for Dell
The divestment marks the end of a five-year journey that began with EMC
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip hands-on review: Samsung flips its lid
The company’s new phone is a solution in need of a problem
Samsung unveils new Galaxy Z Flip
Foldable phone ditches vertical split
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra hands-on review: Room to zoom?
Samsung’s latest Galaxy variant impresses, but struggles to wow
Samsung Galaxy S20 hands-on review: Another slam-dunk?
Samsung’s latest flagship device is as impressive as you’d expect
software as a service (SaaS)
SaaS is about more than monthly subscriptions
Unless you're providing regular support and wider platform options, you're just fleecing customers on a monthly basis
What can Silicon Valley learn from the rest of the world?
It may be a beacon of technical innovation, but the Bay Area would do well to take some tips from elsewhere